Tarot cards

Pocket Fairy Tarot - CARDS

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Pack information: 78 cards with booklet
Card dimensions: 45 x 80 mm
Author: Antonio Lupatelli

They say: Fairies are teasing, magical creatures who live in the woods. Gifted with wings and with an incredible agility, these tiny little spirits endow the forest with life, thanks to their jokes and to their innate euphoria. In fact, unlike their cousins, the Gnomes, Fairies like neither work nor seriousness. Their principal characteristics is curiosity and cheerfulness and their greatest amusement is flying about the open, joking about with animals and with their calmer cousins. Rarely the victims of the Fairies succeed to catch and to punish those little tricksters, since they are particularly clever.

These 78 cards described, through beautiful images, many aspects of the life of the Gnomes, lavishing advices and suggesting right and appropriate way of acting. The Magician's proposal was to create a similar system for the Fairies: their natural curiosity and their love for beautiful things would have helped the people to memorize the images and also to reflect on their meaning, thus instilling some rules in their mind. The sovereigns approved with enthusiasm and the Magician started immediately to work, calling the best artists of he Enchanted realm. The work needed many years, but in the end the outcome was better than the expectations: besides depicting all the most important figures of the Fairy tradition, the Magician succeeded in giving the cards the power to join and to form magical combinations, giving advice and warnings for any occasion.


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"The Fairy Tarot deck is based on creatures of the woodland. Fairies gnomes and other inhabitants of our woodlands are depicted here and have their part to play in divination. The cards are fairly small, very easy to handle and have a friendly nature about them. Many decks have a serious aspect by way of illustration; this deck is fully the opposite. There predominates a naive and simplistic feel to these cards, the art work which I am especially interested in, is quite charming but lacks any sophistication, the illustrations will appeal to children or young adults. The deck is very well made with good printing and vibrant colours.

For help with reading the cards there is an small booklet with explanations and a simple spread. I find the use of the different symbols used off putting as I am used to the Rider Waite deck, and one is bound really to compare the 'readability' of one deck against the other. The Rider deck is easy to read, and the meanings are very clear, this is not so with this deck. As an additional Tarot deck this is a good choice for those interested in the Fairy Kingdom, but for the new Tarot reader this deck will be difficult to read."

By Len Leaper

Dictionary Terms Explained

Tarot Cards
The Tarot is a specific system that has 78 cards in total. There are 4 suits (referred to as the minor arcana) and 22 other cards (referred to as the major arcana). Each card represents a specific energy. And each card, through the picture on the card, is trying to help you to feel the specific energy of that card. The reason there are so many different kinds of Tarot decks is that Different Tarot decks may present this energy in different pictorial form. We have lots of articles on Tarot.

To learn more visit our Tarot Articles Section

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Guest review

"The Fairy Tarot deck is based on creatures of the woodland. Fairies gnomes and other inhabitants of our woodlands are depicted here and have their part to play in divination. The cards are fairly small, very easy to handle and have a friendly nature about them. Many decks have a serious aspect by way of illustration; this deck is fully the opposite. There predominates a naive and simplistic feel to these cards, the art work which I am especially interested in, is quite charming but lacks any sophistication, the illustrations will appeal to children or young adults. The deck is very well made with good printing and vibrant colours.

For help with reading the cards there is an small booklet with explanations and a simple spread. I find the use of the different symbols used off putting as I am used to the Rider Waite deck, and one is bound really to compare the 'readability' of one deck against the other. The Rider deck is easy to read, and the meanings are very clear, this is not so with this deck. As an additional Tarot deck this is a good choice for those interested in the Fairy Kingdom, but for the new Tarot reader this deck will be difficult to read."

By Len Leaper

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