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Old 04-05-2008, 10:11 AM   #41
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I think there is a LoTR tarot deck. Isnt there?

I thought abouth buying it. If I am to do a tarot, then I might as well have some fun memorable pictures on those cards while doing it
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Old 04-05-2008, 05:59 PM   #42
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I think there is a LoTR tarot deck. Isnt there?

I thought abouth buying it. If I am to do a tarot, then I might as well have some fun memorable pictures on those cards while doing it

Go with whatever speaks to you my dear; ultimately the power resides in you. Remember it does take time to get "familiar" and learn to "feel" the deck you intend on working with. For me the Thoth "triggers" memories and propels me into the ethereal, because Crowley cards are so deeply influential within my family and background it's become my part of me, my extra set of eyes.

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Old 04-05-2008, 07:00 PM   #43
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Thank you Naga
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Old 05-05-2008, 09:50 PM   #44
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Old 05-05-2008, 10:07 PM   #45
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I have thought about using cards as weapons... could be quite fun. Maybe that Thoth deck would do. Does the Thoth deck have something to do with the emerald tablets maybe?
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Old 20-05-2008, 12:09 PM   #46
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And yes, it's true that any group can become corrupted. Just look at the so-called "Truth Movement."

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they manage to creep in everywhere and know how to infect things....
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Old 05-06-2008, 06:28 PM   #47
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The book called "The Crowley Tarot" by Akron-Hajo Banzhaf cannot be beaten, IMO. It is by far the best tarot book I have owned and I have had several.

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Old 06-06-2008, 07:05 PM   #48
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The one I have is crap and kind of stops me useing them... I wana get a nice deck with a proper book to help me go into it more.... if anyone is clued up on this can you advice which one would be better for me?


1, Rider-Waite
2, Thoth
3, Golden Dawn

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I have two Thoth decks, a large one for visualisation and a small one for divination. The Rider waite deck is crap and supposed to be riddled with errors. Crowley made some major changes to the card attributes which he explains clears up some of the problems with the symbols.
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Old 07-06-2008, 08:38 PM   #49
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The one I have is crap and kind of stops me useing them... I wana get a nice deck with a proper book to help me go into it more.... if anyone is clued up on this can you advice which one would be better for me?


1, Rider-Waite
2, Thoth
3, Golden Dawn

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Old 08-06-2008, 11:30 PM   #51
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I have two Thoth decks, a large one for visualisation and a small one for divination. The Rider waite deck is crap and supposed to be riddled with errors. Crowley made some major changes to the card attributes which he explains clears up some of the problems with the symbols.
yeah like having 3 male court cards and 1 female... when its meant to be 2 each...

the page is really the princess...

its just as good deck for learning the cards as the visuals are so descriptive...

I also have the large ones... really nice.
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I've been reading Tarot since I was 16 ( 22 years now ) and I've been through several different sets.

I started with the Hanson Roberts deck and I still have these , they are nice but have a bit of a negative vibe about them for me so I don't use them that much.

I moved on to the Thoth tarot , but I had incredible bad luck while using these so I gave them away - and they continued to bring their new owner bad luck ! Unlike most people here probably I don't think the Crowley set is a good set - the lack of ' scenes ' for the Minor Arcana really bugged me

I moved onto the Norse Tarot since I studied Old Icelandic at university , but they didn't really fit with me - I don't have any Viking blood in me , I'm mostly Celtic. I threw them away , but I bought a new set just for collection purposes.

So I mostly use the Arthurian Tarot which I've been using since January 1995 - these ones suit me quite nicely. I also use Russell Grant's Astrological Tarot which is kind of like a fun set , but it works very well for ' 12 House ' readings as it has astrological signs , Chinese signs and planets in it.

If you are choosing a Tarot set , definitely choose one you feel attracted to and one with pictures and a style of art that you like. My friend who got me into Tarot had a lot of success with the Cat People Tarot. I couldn't get on with the Thoth deck but Yvonne Chorlton-Foley ( who read for me ) used Thoth all the time. Sadie Bates used Rider-Waite if I remember rightly. Personally , I get on well with the Arthurian Tarot but I knew a girl called Kathy who found they brought her bad luck and she threw them away.

You have to find a set of Tarot that resonates with you , so to speak !
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