Tarot scenes in style of the Marseilles deck are rendered in blocky washed watercolour artwork in the Napo Tarot. Unusually, the scene, the border and the title on each card all are in a similar style and go well together. A nice art deck.
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Napo Tarot review by Bonnie Cehovet
The "Napo Tarot" was quite a surprise for me. I bought it because it was on sale, and looked interesting - and found it to be sensational! Inspired by Argentinean myth, culture, and history, this deck closely follows the Waite-Smith tradition in card presentation. The Major Arcana titles have been retained, with the following exceptions: the Magician becomes the Magus, the High Priestess becomes the Priestess, the Hierophant becomes the Pope, Strength becomes Fortitude, and the Wheel of Fortune becomes the Wheel. The suits are Wands, Cups, Swords, and Disks (Pentacles). The court cards are Page, Knight, Queen and King.
I liked Betty Lopez's comment in her introduction, where she notes that the aboriginal mythology of Argentina skirts around mystery, destiny, and hope. What a grea... read all reviews
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