Pack information: 78 Cards and booklet
Card dimensions: 70 x 120 mm
Authors: Nada Mesar - Art work by Elisa Poggese
They say: This deck was constructed according to the traditional Tarot structure so that it would be immediately understandable to most readers.
The deck explores the themes of sex and sexuality from a spiritual point of view and, in particular, through the Wicca belief and symbology. It is intended as a tool to facilitate exploration, meditation, and communication.
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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.
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Reviews - rated 4/5 based on customer reviews4 out of 5 By Vernon MarshallThis is an easy deck to handle, with a handy size and a helpful little white book of explanation. The artwork is effective, although some might find the pictures a little too cheeky. I am accustomed to nude pictures on Tarot cards these days but the prevalence of erect penises was a bit of a surprise. Some of the pictures were also a bit samey. Naked couples in a warm embrace seems to be a favourite image, for example.
The value of a deck of cards is how effectively it can be used. I am not sure how a sensual deck can be used but I do know that Tarot users are a diverse bunch. What I like about this deck is its uncompromising imagery, its challenging nature and the fullest of its colour. It is certainly a worthy competitor in the market place of Tarot decks.