Medicine Woman Tarot Deck Cards – 1 Jun 1992
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Learn balance within yourself, nature and others through symbolism and meaning rooted in Native American culture; all depicted within the cards of the Medicine Woman Tarot
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Every card in this Medicine Woman tarot pack has meaning and purpose. In exploring the wisdom of ancient ways we can learn how to shape the present/future in a meaningful way. These cards do not neccessarily have to be used to foretell the future, although that's an interesting process. They carry messages of peace, love and harmony, not only for women, they reach the feminine aspect in all of us. We are all daughters and sons of the Earth and it is the feminine aspects of love and compassion that will save this planet.
I randomly chose 'sunset' from the pack: "The old must die to the new. Travel gently across the passing landscape, appreciating all that has been"
The Major Arcana cards all have the original titles in small print at the top and the 'Medicine Woman' titles in much larger print at the bottom. Some examples are 'Seed' (The Fool), 'Vision' (The Hanged Man) and 'The Grandmothers' (The Moon). There is very little of the original Tarot symbolism but the main link between all the cards is the connection between people and nature.
The Minor Arcana suit names are 'Arrows' (Swords), 'Pipes' (Wands), 'Bowls' (Cups) and 'Stones' (Pentacles), and the Court card titles are 'Apprentice' (Page), 'Totem' (Knight), 'Lodge' (Queen) and 'Exemplar' (King). Each suit has its own power animal - 'Arrows, the Coyote', Pipes, the Eagle', 'Bowls, the Dolphin' and 'Stones, the Snake'. The Minor cards again break with Tarot tradition in that they don't bear the number of suit symbols according to the card number, and this seems in keeping with inspiring people to take a fresh look at 'the world'. There are two extra cards in the pack, one being an invocation to 'the Mother Creator' and the other, a welcome to the elemental energies, both of which come across as powerful and sincere.
Although this deck is structurally the same as most Tarot decks, it has a different feel completely, and I have to say that I haven't found it that easy to connect with as a whole. It's a bit like being presented with a cool summer soup when you've been used to hot winter broth - perhaps not the best analogy I could have made, but I hope you get the picture.
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What a real disappointment. These cards were threw together with no thought whatsoever, the instruction book is rubbish, it tells you nothing, so thin and you would easily throw... Read morePublished on 17 Aug. 2011 by Bangorstyle