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Wizards Tarot

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Step through the doors of Mandrake Academy . . . where you will don the robes of a magical apprentice and learn from your instructor--the tarot. Featuring gorgeous, intricately rendered digital artwork by John J. Blumen, this wonderfully unique tarot deck presents a full course in basic magic while teaching you the timeless art of reading the cards.

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Paperback, 264 pages
Published May 8th 2011 by Llewellyn Publications
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Apr 22, 2012 Erika rated it liked it
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Wish I could give it 3.5 stars. The artwork on the cards is gorgeous, but the deck doesn't lend itself to easy readings. Not really for beginners because you need a grasp of the Rider-Waite tarot first for the basic meaning of the cards.

The book leaves a little to be desired. First off, there is no little white book, so there are no quick cues available. Second, the author seems to be torn between introducing tarot and introducing magic to the readers. The Major Arcana is more focused on the mag
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Oct 29, 2013 Jenn Basel rated it really liked it
First, the artwork: It's amazing. There's a lot of symbolism from around the world crammed into each card, which might not be to everyone's taste, but the art itself is beautiful and very much to my style. It's elegant and bold, and I confess that my purchase of these cards was driven more by the art style than by anything else.

Second, the book: It's pretty good. It's definitely not a pure beginner's book, and it definitely has a lot of neopagan influences, but the author does a good job laying
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I'd be interested to know how the collaboration worked. The Major Arcana are great, I think the elemental suits could have been a bit deeper. I guess I'm a harsh critic as I am in the process of creating my own deck of Tarot. The handbook is great for getting ideas for introducing the Tarot to teens (which is why I bought the deck in the first place.) A lot of good spreads that focus a lot on the 4 elements, which are a bit simpler to grasp than some of the other symbology. (I'll have to save th ...more
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Corrine Kenner is a certified tarot master and the author of several books, including Simple Fortunetelling with Tarot Cards, Tarot Journaling, Tall Dark Stranger: Tarot for Love and Romance, The Epicurean Tarot, and the forthcoming Wizards Tarot and Tarot for Writers. \r
Corrine has lived in Brazil and Los Angeles, where she earned a bachelors degree in philosophy from California State Universit
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