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UFO Tarot Cards – May 2007

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  • Publisher: Llewellyn Publications; Tcr Crds B edition (May 2007)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0738711764
  • ISBN-13: 978-0738711768
  • Product Dimensions: 12.5 x 6.9 x 3 cm
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (3 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 1,674,607 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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Ufo Tarot Cards

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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Spooky007 on 15 Sept. 2011
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I love these cards took me a while to work out which cards were what but overall I love the quality and size and pictures I have always been told it's best you pick you're own cards and that you feel comfortable with them not like before I felt uncomfortable when someone surgested I buy a certain pack I never felt comfortable with them so very pleased with these and they feel right too me I'm not a great believer in the cards but learning slowly .. Mediumship is my ability
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By Miss Mulligan on 27 Mar. 2015
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Love these cards, use them daily, never fails me. The art gives a lot of interpretation too. These will do fine for both beginners and professions in my opinion. Lo Scarabeo delivers once again with a deck that's unique and will be loved by anyone who has a interest in tarot and ufos/aliens. Easy to read and easy to gain extra info from.
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By Bart Uytterhaegen on 11 Nov. 2014
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An Out-of-this-World Tarot 31 May 2007
By Janet Boyer - Published on Amazon.com
"At first glance the creatures from another planet appear very different from us, but in reality after looking closely, more elements unite us with them than differentiate us, almost as if to emphasize an identical creative idea at the heart of the presence of intelligent life in the universe." - From the LWB

From the giant robot of Justice to the glowing yellow figures on the Wands suit, the brown insectile bipeds of the Pentacles to the watery, willowy creatures on the Cups, an otherworldly menagerie of aliens populate the UFO Tarot.

In addition to aliens and flying saucers, UFO motifs from alleged visitations, myth and movies also make an appearance in this deck--crop circles, abductions, friendly contact, mass exodus, experimentation, and even a hieroglyphic space man in a rocket ship.

Some cards, like the 2 of Wands and Queen of Swords, show gentle, curious aliens. Others depict hostile posturing from both humans and extraterrestrials--using either guns or light sabers--and more than a few hint of alien invasion and mass destruction.

This is curious in light of this specific comment from the UFO Tarot LWB: "...the aliens appearing in the cards are never proposed as enemies or invaders but rather the bearers of a message of brotherhood." Well, it doesn't really matter that the LWB contradicts the images, because other than a brief intro to Americana ufology, the pamphlet is next to useless! In fact, there is NO correlation--at all--between the images from this deck and the interpretations...which is (once again) a pity.

There are many intriguing images and arresting artistic perspectives in the UFO Tarot--a landscape ripe for aiding intuitive reading, journaling and storytelling. I love the unusual color of the borders--a midnight blue--as well as the absence of any words on the cards. Yep...you read right! This Lo Scarabeo deck doesn't have ANY words at all--not even the usual card names in umpteen languages!

However, this wonderful touch removes the UFO Tarot from the candidates for "good beginner decks"--especially since it's hard to tell, at first, which symbol represents Swords (the light saber!) and which represents Wands (the metallic telescopic thingy). And the Courts are demarcated by ellipses: one for Knaves, two for Knights, three for Queens and four for Kings.

Not only do I love the complicated simplicity of the UFO Tarot, but also the attractive, reversible card backing--a melding of metallic spheres, circuitry, lights and smoke. (It reminds me a bit of the backing on the Universal Fantasy Tarot).

Some of my favorite cards from this deck are:

* The Fool - With outstretched arms, an alien levitates towards a growling wolf on the edge of a cliff. The alien seems to have the wonderment and naiveté of the Magical Child archetype--devoid of preconceived notions or fears.

* The Magician - A DNA matrix hovers above his left hand while his right hand hovers over four elemental representations: flames, droplets of water, a pile of rocks, and a mini-tornado.

* The Emperor - The ancient stone carving of an alien driving a space craft reminded me of man's attempt to record and preserve history--an organizational feat worthy of this card.

* The Sun - On a sunny day, a man horseback riding comes across a crop circle in a field of sunflowers (very van Gogh-esque).

* Four of Wands - During the full moon, four luminous figures approach a farmhouse that's lit from within. I can't help but imagine one cool coffee klatch!

* Four of Cups - Four hairless aliens with elongated faces appear to float meditatively in a body of water, eyes closed.

So while I marvel at some of the extraordinary artwork and unusual perspectives by Arturo Picca--even gleaning some surprising insights into the cards--I don't think I'll be reading with the UFO Tarot anytime soon. However, I'm definitely keeping it on hand as an art deck, as well as for additional contemplation.

(To see 10 images from this deck, visit the Reviews--Decks section at [...])

Janet Boyer, author of The Back in Time Tarot Book: Picture the Past, Experience the Cards, Understand the Present (coming Fall 2008 from Hampton Roads Publishing)
5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
Sinister Invasion 19 July 2010
By Richard K. - Published on Amazon.com
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I was expecting a tribute to Close Encounters or Cocoon. Instead, this deck is based on on War of the Worlds or Independence Day. There is a rather dark turn in the theme presented. Tarot decks generally have a positive message with optimistic images. Not so within this deck. Laser beams destroying cities and the enslavement of humanity is what lies within this not so happy deck.

All of the major trumps are accurately loyal to the Rider/Waite system. Some are quite beautiful, however most are fatalistic and not good to read with professionally. Oddly they are not named and its up to the readers knowledge of the cards to understand this deck. The minors suites work with the perscribed elements accordingly. They each present alien races that are not pleasant by any means. The art is dreamy (nightmarish) and vivid. The backs are perfect with the disk spacecrafts on them.

This deck is perfect for collectors and UFO conspiracy theorist. Beginners and serious reader of tarot can look elsewhere. Personally, I would never read with this one even for myself.
6 of 7 people found the following review helpful
for UFO buffs 29 July 2008
By rainbow traveller - Published on Amazon.com
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I bought this tarot pack for the artwork and I was not disappointed. It is very beautiful and fantastic. Most of the traditional cards are well illustrated in this new theme,but some of them are surprising like card#5(it should be the Pope) which shows an alien in astronaut gear and 2 police officers!or#10 the wheel which only shows a big UFO and #14 Temperance showing a man at a computer desk. A lot of the original meaning is lost here. It goes without saying that it would be difficult to use this deck in a traditional way.
You're drawn to it for a reason. 21 July 2014
By L. Sampson - Published on Amazon.com
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Although I would not suggest the beginning tarot reader start with this deck, I would recommend any tarot reader who is interested in the concept of the deck, the artwork of the deck, or UFOs in general to snatch this up while it's still available and in print. Other reviewers make excellent points about it, so be sure to read all the reviews before actually purchasing this. I do agree that the deck's companion booklet is basically useless. I waited until after I'd familiarized myself with the deck before I read it, and I strongly encourage everyone to do the same.

If you are a beginning tarot reader or not even a reader at all but are drawn to this deck, approach it from a totally intuitive perspective. When you receive the deck, sit down in a quiet place, undisturbed, and go through each card one by one and figure out the story you are "getting" from each card. They are not as complicated as one might think; the possible interpretations are surprisingly logical within the artistic framework of each card. Almost every card really does tell a story that's not difficult to grasp, with the exception of a minimal few.

Whether it would help to have a prior understanding of tarot or whether it would be beneficial for certain cards (e.g., the Major Arcana) to be labeled, not just numbered, I suppose is up for debate. I actually like the fact that they are only numbered, and I like the fact that the court cards are not labeled either. I think it frees up the deck to be interpreted by practically anyone who has an imagination, knows how to use it, and especially loves UFOs.

All that being said, I'm not convinced yet I will use it to give commercial readings. It's a very specific deck, and I'm not sure everyone will appreciate its asthetic. I am using it on myself though, on a regular basis!
LOVE it 27 April 2014
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I love this deck. Another reviewer mentioned some of the images are hateful, something like that, but I viewed those cards as humans feeling threatened by extraterrestrials and weilding weaponry at them. Humans are scared..but in reality, if you stumbled upon someone of ET origins, wouldn't you be kinda freaked out? I love the deck and it is very inspirational for my writing. My only disappointment was that the Lovers were 2 humans and not 1 ET and 1 human. Otherwise, awesome deck. I love it!! 1 of my favorite decks!
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