Ludy Lescot Tarot review by Spacegoat
It is impossible to categorise this deck. As with so much of Lo Scarabeo’s work, this deck’s unique, maverick style renders such an attempt futile.
Firstly, the box. Pagans will love it. Black with a purple ankh on it – matriarchs may wish to interpret this as the sign for Venus. The majority of the cards’ protagonists are women. Consideration of the reasons that particular roles have been given to a particular sex within the deck inevitably leads one to conclude that this is a Pagan deck, despite the large number of crucifixes within the imagery. (For example, the woman on the 2 of chalices wears a caduceus).
None of the major arcana have titles – they simply bear a number from 0 to 21. The minors simply show the suit symbol (top of card) with a number from 1 to 10 at... read all reviews
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