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Pierpont Morgan Library’s Visconti-Sforza Tarocchi

The history of the Tarot is more than a little murky. According to some scholars the cards as a system for divination had originated in India and came to Europe with the Romany by way of Eastern and Central Europe. … Continue reading

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Guido Zibordi Marchesi’s Bruegel Tarot

I have been using Tarot cards for divination and personal insight for more years than I care to admit. I have tried many variants on the standard Tarot deck and have a few favorites that I use regularly. I’d like … Continue reading

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Brian Froud and Jessica Macbeth’s The Faeries’ Oracle 

Andrea S. Garrett penned this review. Before this review gets underway, let me say that I am writing about this work as a book and a set of cards, not as an Oracle — having never manifested any skill in … Continue reading

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