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Power Animals Tarot (Tarot Deck) Paperback – 1 May 2010
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Amazon.com: 2 reviews
Offbeat rendition of pointillism creates a bizarre impression in tarot.
29 August 2015 - Published on Amazon.com
Hmmmm. Pretty neat concept for tarot deck, an animal representing each card. However maybe not perfectly done. The major arcana features various critters in many states of pixilation, from minor to hideous, although the effect is kind of trippy and weird and I can see where they were trying to go with the concept. There are two mythological creatures, a phoenix on the World card and what may possibly be a Chinese dragon on the Strength card. Not that these are bad choices but they don't quite jive with the rest of the deck. The minor arcana suits do have themes, Wands are various birds, Cups are fish and sea life, Swords are predatory types of animals, and Pentacles are more like prey animals/prairie animals. This is what I was able to figure out on my own because the booklet doesn't explain any of this concept or describe any of the animal choices. The booklet is useful for the general meanings of the cards and could apply to most tarot decks. So to sum it up, I think they were trying for pointillism (many dots make picture) and ended up with pixelism (many confused observers) This deck is currently at a low price and people should get one while supplies last, it's not a bad deck and could be used for meditation in appropriately dim light. And they do smell really nice.
5 September 2010 - Published on Amazon.com
The pictures are out of focus and pixellated... They look quite a bit different than the picture on the package. The booklet just give generic meanings of the cards- no animal meanings. Kind of disappointing. Though I do appreciate the different languages.