The cards have beautiful Art Deco images that look to be out of the 1930's with descriptor words in 5 languages including English. Each card have a caption in 5 languages.Card size: 58 x 89 mm 52 cards + 3 additional cards (including 2 with explanatory text in German). Art Deco Tarot Reading: Ancient way interpreting Art Deco Tarot e-book is a complete guide to learning the Art Deco Fortune Telling Card. This tarot book is only recommended for advanced tarot readers. The ebook is 140, A4, 16.5 MB, illustrated Art Deco book. Each cards are explained in a detailed study, translated from Sanskrit, which is the original way reading tarot and Gypsy cards
The Art Deco cards first published by Piatnik in 1936, and the poster like images relating to the current times and the social concerns. When you study the cards deeper, than the image simplicity suggested at first sight, starting to reveal its complex secrets, a deep understanding about human nature, the psyche, helping you to understand yourself. Tarot cards often advertised as images to predict the future. There are many people who are sceptics and rightfully so asking how can an image, a drawing is able to predict what will happen? When you understand the meaning of the images, it reveals your future by shedding light on the past, which brought you to your present situation and if you let the past to be in control, it will be a major factor which will determine your future. Therefore, tarot cards are a way to gain deeper understanding about yourself, where you come from and what direction to chose in your life journey to help you create a better future. ART DECO fortune telling cards by Piatnik, New Italian Regional 52 cards. The cards have beautiful Art Deco images that look to be out of the 1930's with descriptor words in 5 languages including English. Each card have a caption in 5 languages.Card size: 58 x 89 mm 52 cards + 3 additional cards (including 2 with explanatory text in German). The Art Deco fortune telling card is an expansion of the Viennese Biedermeier and "Gypsy" Cartomancy sets to a full complement of 52 cards. The old standbys -- the House, Judge, Sweetheart, Fox, Death, Merriment, Letter, and Desire -- are still here, but they have been joined by added images relating to 20th century social concerns (Treason, the Foreign Woman, Pride). The art is vivid and poster-like, in the colorful graphic style of the 1930s. Each unnumbered card is identified at the bottom with its name in 5 languages. Because the pack fills its box tightly, no instruction booklet is included. This is a wonderful self-interpreting cartomancy deck for professional and beginner card readers and for fans of Art Deco poster-style graphics.
There are many type of Gypsy Cards and, whether Hungarian, Austrian or Italian are a system all on their own. Well, this is what the common belief system is
among Tarot Readers. That is why Gypsy cards are not called Tarot Cards. What is the difference? Tarot cards like Rider Waite are numbered and usually consist
of 78 cards. Whilst Gypsy cards are not numbered and don't have major and minor arcanas. What is Arcana? Arcana translating as 'secrets or mysteries', hidden,
concealed secrets. The word is originated from Latin arcanus, from arcere ‘to shut up’, from arca ‘chest’. However, this word goes much further back than
Latin, it's origin derived from Sanskrit language 'arcana' translating to worship, honor and it is also relating to the primordial Sun.
Art Deco Tarot Reading: The Interpreting Art Deco Tarot e-book is a complete guide to learning the Art Deco Fortune Telling Card. It is 140, A4, 16.5 MB PDF e-book with detailed explanation of each tarot card of the beautifully illustrated Art Deco Fortune Telling Card. Each cards are explained in a detailed study. Include image symbolism, meaning and reverse meaning. Tarot Spreads not included. This tarot book is excellent experts. If you're a starter, we have another Art Deco book for you, it is easy to understand and you will learn how to read each tarot image, meaning and reverse meaning. Whilst if you are an advanced tarot reader you can benefit from this book by seeing the Art Deco Tarot from a new perspective.