The Sacred Circle Tarot: A Celtic Pagan Journey Paperback – 31 Jul 1998
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About the Author
Anna Franklin (England) has been a witch for 30 years, and a Pagan in her heart for all her life. She has conducted many rituals, handfastings and sabbat rites. She is the High Priestess of the Hearth of Arianrhod, a coven of the Coranieid Clan, a group of traditional witches with their roots in the New Forest, and branches in several parts of the UK. The Hearth publishes the long-running Silver Wheel Magazine, runs teaching circles and postal courses, and is also a working coven. Anna Franklin is the author of eighteen books on the Craft, including the popular Sacred Circle Tarot, Midsummer, Lammas (with Paul Mason), and The Fairy Ring.
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The book which accompanies the deck is also excellent, with plenty of information about each card, without being too overwhelming. Several spreads are described, including 'the Circle Spread', 'the Web Spread', and 'the Romany Spread'. There are also two chapters on using the Sacred Circle Tarot for meditation.
All the cards are on a black background. The titles of thirteen of the Major Arcana have been changed, e.g. 'the Fool' becomes 'the Green Man', 'the Hierophant' becomes 'the Druid', and 'Strength' becomes 'the Warrior'. The picture on the box is 'the Lady' ('the Empress') and is a good example of the standard of the artwork. Also, Franklin has altered the order slightly of some of the Major cards "to fit more closely with the theme of the deck". All of the cards show scenes of nature, including actual sacred places in England and Ireland, plus images of real people. The vibrant nature of the artwork is such that anyone who loves Mother Nature will have no trouble connecting with the cards.
The Minor Arcana cards are no less captivating.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
While well written the description said it included the cards , which it doesn't. Bit misleading. Pics are in black and white which is a shame.Published 3 months ago by Amazon Customer
beautiful pictures. BUT the cards are very thin, some of the pictures are off center and teh little booklet has no cover; it just looks like it has been printed out and stapled... Read morePublished 6 months ago by Llesleee
This was just what I wanted.
My daughter had bought me the book and cards together a few years ago, but the book was missing the first half, and introduction, so it is great... Read more
some nice illustrations-a bit off putting to know some of the images are of authors of these cards -a little to much of self importance for my liking but other then that I've had... Read morePublished on 17 July 2013 by castle
This Tarot set is absolutely Gorgeous!!! The artwork and imagery are beautiful, and they are so easy to work with. A wonderful set! Thank You.Published on 11 April 2013 by Mrs. M. L. Scurfield