Shadowscapes Companion

Shadowscapes Companion Renowned fantasy artist Stephanie Pui Mun Law has created a hypnotic world of colorful dragons armoured knights looming castles and willowy fairies dancing on air a world of imagination and dreams

  • Title: Shadowscapes Companion
  • Author: Stephanie Pui-Mun Law Barbara Moore
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 266
  • Format: Paperback
  • Renowned fantasy artist Stephanie Pui Mun Law has created a hypnotic world of colorful dragons, armoured knights, looming castles, and willowy fairies dancing on air a world of imagination and dreams Lovingly crafted over six years, this long awaited deck will delight all tarot enthusiasts with its wondrous blend of fairy tales, myth, and folklore from diverse culturesRenowned fantasy artist Stephanie Pui Mun Law has created a hypnotic world of colorful dragons, armoured knights, looming castles, and willowy fairies dancing on air a world of imagination and dreams Lovingly crafted over six years, this long awaited deck will delight all tarot enthusiasts with its wondrous blend of fairy tales, myth, and folklore from diverse cultures around the world Featuring breathtaking watercolor artwork that fuses Asian, Celtic, and fantasy elements within the Rider Waite structure, each exquisitely wrought card draws upon universally recognized symbols and imagery A companion guide also presents evocative stories and insightful interpretations for each card.

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    1. There are some differences here from the traditional RWS meanings, but I find that I like that because this deck is completely liberated from the Christian influences that mean nothing to me. The descriptions are poetic and beautiful, focusing mostly on the imagery and the story behind the specific scene on the card. This allows the reader to draw their own conclusions about the card's meaning. I like that, but it also means this book does not support reversed meanings, which I long to learn.

    2. There are some differences here from the traditional RWS meanings, but I find that I like that because this deck is completely liberated from the Christian influences that mean nothing to me. The descriptions are poetic and beautiful, focusing mostly on the imagery and the story behind the specific scene on the card. This allows the reader to draw their own conclusions about the card's meaning. I like that, but it also means this book does not support reversed meanings, which I long to learn.

    3. A great companion book to the amazing tarot deck of the same name. I found it easy to follow and love that every cards got a full description of the feeling of the card. Those stories really helped show what the true meaning of the card is and the cards do come alive while reading about them. The only not so great thing with my edition is that some sentences are missing from the page, leaving me guessing what it was supposed to say (happened only twice with the last sentence so not too bad)

    4. They could give more detailed information about the meaning of cards since we can view their meaning in various ways. But it's still a good book, very nice for beginners. The illustrations are more than amazing!

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