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|The Pictorial Key Tarot||| Print ||
The Pictorial Key Tarot
It's a deck based on the famous Rider-Waite-Smith, whose images were re-elaborated by Davide Corsi; the LWB was written by Giordano Berti.
Aesthetically-wise, it's a beautiful deck (the friends who acted as my "guinea pigs" the first times I read with it immediately fell in love with it), and I daresay it's also "reassuring" no matter the responses it may give (which can't be said, for instance, of the Universal Fantasy Tarot).
More than offering interpretations, the LWB gives suggestions for every single card; it can be limitative for beginners, but in a sense it can also be a basis for further studies elsewhere; the spread in it is quite fuzzy.