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Margarete Petersen Tarot review by Bonnie Cehovet
Review of the English edition published in 2004
Margarete Petersen is a Berlin based painter who has also spent time in Bavaria and Switzerland. She began painting Tarot cards (and Tarot based images) in 1979. Her artwork in this deck is extremely abstract ... often not following traditional imagery/symbolism. The trick to reading with these cards is that you need to back away ... to create a space between the cards and yourself ... and allow the images to come to you. The longer you look at the cards, the more images you will see.
The 78 card deck and accompanying LWB (Little White Book) come as a set in a sturdy box with a lift-off top. The box is a light, light gray, with elegant gold print. The central part of the card The Fool in printed on the top of the box, i...
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Name: Margarete Petersen Tarot
Alternate Names: Tarot von Margarete Peterson
Publisher: Königs Furt (Germany) 2002
Deck Type: Tarot Deck
Major Arcana: 22
Minor Arcana: 56
Deck Tradition: Mixed
Suits: Flames, Feathers, Coins, Cups
Court Cards: Mother, Father, Son, Daughter
The Fool is 0
Card Size: 4.02 x 5.83 in. = 10.20cm x 14.80cm
Card Language: English, German
Card Back: Reversible
Back Design: Wavy orange lines.
Companion Material: 78 page bound book, with an introduction by Luisa Francia, text
by Margarete Petersen, and translated by Manfred Miethe.
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