Miss Cleo's Tarot Card Power Deck
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- Full deck in Rider-Waite style with Egyptian theme mythological divinity cards, durable with glossy finish
- Brightly colored art, easy to read, kit for beginners; Fun novelty gag, party favor
- Designed and illustrated by J. F. Lambert; 78 cards, 22 Major and 56 Minor Arcana
- For fortune tellers, psychics, predictions, games; By the famous shaman Miss Cleo
- Helpful legend included, Printed in U.S.A.; Card size: 2.75 Inch W x 4.75 Inch H
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As Seen on TV;Beautiful Egyptian artwork printed on each card;Great for readers of all experience levels;78 card deck;Each card measures approx. 5.25 x 3.25
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I see people saying they don't like the quality of the deck such as the card material and the skimpy little booklet that comes with it and to each their own on that. I bought a totally different tarot card guide for that purpose anyway. This is perfect for me and I think more than adequate for a newbie. I know I'm quickly going to become a Deck-aholic LOL and I'm glad this one will be in the collection!
As far as the deck goes it's wonderful! I can't believe the price is so low. The cards are thick and well made. The art is lovely and it comes in it's own carrying box. Plus, the guide that comes with it is very helpful. Great purchase! I'd recommend it.
I scanned some favorite funny cards; here are the reasons why, from right to left: The World--Some readers see this card as a "coming out" of the closet; some see it as a completion. Queen of Staffs (Wands)--Some readers see the traditional card as the queen not having any sex or that she is asking for it which is why in the Rider-Waite deck she sits with her legs spread apart but not so,THIS queen. Her legs are crossed and she's not looking for any such favors. She holds non-traditional flowers in this deck. Is it because she is an "artiste" or is she a loose cannon? 8 of Cups--shows a man holding red lotus flowers which are traditionally white to represent purity. He is hoping that the 8th cup will topple over so he can garner it. Some readers see this card as leaving a situation they are unhappy with and hoping for a better one (though we know the grass is never greener elsewhere). The 5 of Coins is an astute rendition of a hat-less, poor man trying to chase the receding life-giving waters of the Nile. (The Nile was theorized to have run past the tombs many 1000s of years ago.) Some readers believe the 5 of Coins to represent poverty and being shut out. Some say it represents a mistress as well as a love affair.
This card says to me to slow down my roll, appreciate my passion and accomplishments and don't give up but to prioritize my time management better. Learning that I can carry a burden on myself if I take more than I Can chew sometimes and it's okay sit back and recharge recoup and reevaluate things that can be tweaked in my life. 10 is an even number so it's a passive card and wands represent fire element. For passion and desire. I'm proud of how much I have learned so far and I want you to know if you want to learn Tarot don't worry it'll come naturally. I have alot to learn but it's the little things.
I've never had a tarot deck before, so I'm super excited to get to know this brand new deck and tarot itself.
With that out of the way, I've been using sites like Biddy Tarot, Pinterest and a few others to help me understand the meanings behind these cards. I have to say that 9/10, I usually have gotten the gist of the meaning through intuitive interpretation and reading multiple versions online.
The booklet that comes with the deck itself is so limiting! Sometimes, the interpretation of the card seems like it's for a completely different card all together and thus, it's done nothing but frustrate me.
These cards say so much with their imagery and I feel like whoever wrote the definitions down for the cards wasn't trying very hard and it shows. So...I'm probably going to toss the booklet, because this deck deserves more than half-assed interpretations.