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  • Reflection Prevention

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    Jul 2

    Watercolor designs of Egyptian Tarot (shown above) were published by Heraclius Fournier. These designs reflect the same conceptosque included in the model of the Egyptian Tarot Kier, "but like the" Egyptian Tarot divination "reinterprets these ideas with subtle differences. The letter 35, for example, is "Desolation" in the "Egyptian Tarot Kier," "Pain" in the "Egyptian Tarot divination" and "sadness" in the "Egyptian Tarot Fournier," the letter 58 is " Meditation and Reflection Prevention ", respectively, the letter 71 is" greed, conservation, and greed, "respectively. The Spanish artist Suarez designed 22 beautiful images of the Arcane (shown above) to accompany poetic verses written by Victorino del Pozo in 1980. The designs were screen printed in large sheets and published by Editorial Barath as a limited edition of 999 sets. The poem is titled and printed under the name of "Praise to the Book of Thoth", though it is sometimes called the "Barath Egyptian Tarot." Laura Tuan designed a deck of 78 cards called "Tarocchi Egiziani "or" The Egyptian Tarot (shown above), published in 1995 by De Vecchi Editore. The Major Arcana are based solely on the images of Egypt, for the wins.

    The deck maintains the traditional structure of Tarot of 22 Major Arcana and 56 Minor Arcana, Major Arcana although not follow the traditional sequence. The Minor Arcana symbols show APREC arrangements, which take the form of pillars djed, lotus chalices, crosses anks Egyptian coins and beetles. This is a good example of a deck that uses real Egyptian iconography without sacrificing the structure of the Tarot.

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