Simply Tarot review by LittleBuddha
The ‘Simply Tarot’ deck was first published in 2005. As part of a set, it comes in a large box with an instruction book and DVD. Depending on where you buy this pack, advertised as a set for beginners, in most places that I have seen it, the price has been very reasonable.
The deck comprises 78 cards. It is a Rider Waite clone and follows Waite’s images very closely. However, rather than reproducing the drawings of Pamela Coleman-Smith through similar media, the artist commissioned to work on this deck, has used photography. These photographs look as though they have been digitally altered to replicate the images found in the Rider Waite deck.
Amanda Hall, the author of the book and presenter of the accompanying DVD film, says that the deck was created by ‘understanding th... read all reviews
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