The Celtic Tarot (Book & Cards) Paperback – 20 Jan 2003
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From the Back Cover
The Celtic Tarot is an inspired and superlative blending of Celtic art and Tarot wisdom. Combining the unsurpassed beauty and elegance of Courtney Davis's world-famous designs and the ancient magic and symbolism of Celtic myth and legend, the result is a Tarot deck whose vitality and power will delight and enthral lovers of mythology, Tarot and Celtic art.
This special pack includes a book by Helena Paterson, which delves into the origins of the Celtic people and their mystical Druidic religion. The book goes on to examine the Tarot cards one by one, explaining their meanings by linking the cards to the major characters of the Celtic myths and gods. It concludes with detailed instructions on how to use the cards, together with a newly devised spread – the Druid's Star. Together with the 80 full-colour paintings by Courtney Davis, each one a masterful reaction in its own right, this exclusive pack contains all you need to awaken the spirit of a golden age.
About the Author
Courtney Davis is an artist and designer, who has exhibited his work all over the world. He is an expert on Celtic art and has published 36 books on the subject in the last 12 years.
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