REVIEW: LLEWELLYN'S CLASSIC TAROT
April 27, 2018
This is probably the first deck I owned that is very much RWS. I actually used this when I was studying for my certification.
WHAT I LIKE:
1. THE ARTWORK.
Though it follows the RWS artwork, I like how they were able to 'level up' the illustrations on this one. Plus, I love the back cover design.
2. CARD STOCK
Same with all of deck manufactured and published by Llewellyn Worldwide publishing company.
Notice that massive guidebook and box. Such a waste of space.
Got this one locally at Fully Booked. You can also buy this at Amazon.
No shipping needed.
5. THE INTERVIEW.
INTRODUCE YOURSELF: Three of Pentacles
This deck can help you learn more about Tarot and how to read it. With practice, anyone will be able to read Tarot in no time.
WHAT ARE YOUR STRENGTHS? Strength
This deck will serve as the source of your strength, determination and power as you journey as The Fool.
WHAT ARE YOUR LIMITATIONS? Queen of Swords
The feminine is always associated with emotions, yet the Queen of Swords lacks that as she is very composed and stern. Therefore, this deck will not be able to provide emotional support but rather a logical one.
WHAT CAN I LEARN FROM YOU? Six of Swords
You will learn to go through the necessary passage from the mundane to the other realm. If you tend to be traditional and might have a hard time tapping into your intuition, this deck can help you connect with the Universe and discover the messages you need to know.
WHAT IS THE BEST WAY TO CONNECT WITH YOU? The Fool
This deck is highly recommended for beginners. The best way to connect with it is to be The Fool - naive and just follow the path that is set out for you.
OUTCOME OF OUR RELATIONSHIP: Ten of Pentacles
Well, in time, you will be able to start a business out of Tarot reading like I did. When done correctly and morally, you can create a foundation that can lead to financial success.
WHAT I HATE:
That massive box and guidebook.
This is a good practice deck for beginners. The only thing I hate is the massive box and guidebook as I feel that it is such a waste of paper and space. You need to buy a Tarot bag to put your deck in. There's enough space in the box to put a Tarot bag in - hopefully Llewellyn Publishing would reconsider.
That concludes my review of Llewellyn's Classic Tarot.
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