- Cards: 78 pages
- Publisher: U.S. Games; Gmc Crds edition (17 Sept. 1998)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 0880797053
- ISBN-13: 978-0880797054
- Product Dimensions: 12.5 x 7.6 x 3 cm
- Average Customer Review: 20 customer reviews
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 440,183 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
Tarot of a Moon Garden Cards – 17 Sep 1998
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I think it would be better suited to those who are familiar with the Rider-Waite because the traditional symbolism isn't that obvious.
This is my fourth deck, and I intend to use it in my business readings. (My others are Psy Cards, Flower Speaks, and Tarot Classic).
Often lately I am seeing Internet pages or Videos where a Set of Tarot or Oracle Cards have been Reviewed or advertised, and the artwork seems stunningly beautiful, only to find when I've purchased them, they don't appear half as nice in reality... Whether this has something to do with either the lighting that is used in the Videos - or perhaps that the Cards are viewed close up and therefore appear bigger and therefore far nicer - I'm unsure... I can only say that I am just a little disappointed with these...
Firstly; I love ALL things `Moon' - hence why I purchased these from the title alone, but as stated earlier; having viewed the Deck on the Internet, I thought the artwork both surreal and more beautiful - particularly since all the scenes and settings are of places upon the Moon's surface.
The Cards are nice quality and have a `waxy' feel to them which I like, but the art not quite as `sharp' as I've seen in Videos. But the other annoying thing is; it comes with one of those useless booklets with only several words for interpretations - some quite alarming I might add for those inexperienced with Tarot, and so I would suggest and advise strongly those of you that are not familiar with the true meaning and use of Tarot not to read them - if you do, you may never pick up another Deck ever again... Fortunately I have a better understanding myself. Also; the pages have been `photo-copied'. You can see quite clearly on one of the pages how the original page has `curved' in an arc and the photo-copying as a result has not `taken' and some of the letters are missing from the beginning of sentences - very poor... (also includes typos) I don't know what the standard of workmanship is coming to today... A simple excuse would be to say they are manufactured abroad, but as far as I'm concerned - that's no excuse; factories will only produce either what they have been instructed to via original incompetence and error - or if not, then the people who contract out to them should refuse them and get them to do them again... Either way; it's appalling, and does not reflect in some of the high prices we are paying for such poorly made products...
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