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Book by Arthur Edward Waite


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  • Cartes
  • Editeur : U.S. Games; Édition : Gmc Crds (2 décembre 1993)
  • Langue : Anglais
  • ISBN-10: 0913866598
  • ISBN-13: 978-0913866597
  • Dimensions du produit: 3,2 x 5,1 x 8,3 cm
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8 internautes sur 8 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile  Par Erinmat le 14 février 2009
Format: Cartes
La version miniature est franchement bien meilleure que l'originale, trop grande, qui était peu maniable et encombrante. Le dessin est plus précis, le trait plus fin, et la qualité esthétique s'en trouve rehaussée !
Partout, dans n'importe quelle poche ou sac, on le glisse... discret, bienfaisant, nous rappelant par sa simple présence cet oeil philosophique qui - des profondeurs des arcanes - regarde le monde autour de nous et nous dans le monde.
Toujours à disposition, toujours là, toujours beau... le jeu qui donne un coup de foudre, intime et ravissant.
Rappel : Ce Tarot a été créé en 1909 par Arthur Waite (occultiste et concepteur) et Pamela Colman Smith (occultiste et artiste), et il marque une INNOVATION MAJEURE : illustrer par des images avec personnages les lames mineures... et il est devenu dans les pays anglo-saxons le tarot de base, l'équivalent de notre Marseille. Il a donné d'innombrables variations, mais toujours on revient à lui comme la source. Noter que beaucoup de gens, aux USA et UK, aiment autant le tarot de Marseille et se servent des deux.
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Great Little Deck! 8 décembre 2001
Par Lynn B. - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Cartes Achat vérifié
I've never been a big fan of the Rider Waite decks even though they are pretty much considered the general standard deck. The reason being that I don't care too much for the colors used in the illustrations. But like the other reviewer noted, I also felt like it was a deck I needed to add to my collection, since it is significant to the history of the tarot. So when I found a mini version, I decided I would check it out.
I have to say I'm very happy with this little deck. It's just the right size. It's small enough that you can easily carry it in a pocket or a purse and take it everywhere, yet it's big enough to allow easy shuffling and viewing of the cards. I also bought the miniature Universal Rider Waite, which is a much smaller deck (with cards roughly the size of a postage stamp) but it was way too small and delicate to be practical. (Even if it is a fun collector's item!) This deck however is a great compromise and I've already gotten a lot of use out of it. I like to bring it along with me when I go out with friends and we can easily do spreads for each other at restaurants. It's a great deck to carry around because people will ask you about it and it's a good opportunity to introduce the tarot to them as a postive divination tool.
I'd like to note that one of the reviewers above must have this deck confused with the Universal Rider Waite Mini deck. This deck does NOT come in a plastic case with a key chain...that is the much smaller Universal Rider Waite (which you can also find on amazon). Instead, the Rider Waite Miniature tarot deck comes in a regular cardboard box with a small booklet with the card's meanings. (Was that confusing enough?) :)
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Trusted Friends.... 12 février 2002
Par OAKSHAMAN - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Cartes
I retired my full sized Rider Waite deck a few years ago in favor of this half size version. It fits my hands perfectly. In fact, in my humble opinion this should be the "standard size" of the deck. You can clearly make out all of the rich, symbolic, detail of the larger decks. As for the Waite Rider in general- Arthur Edward Waite was one of the greatest experts on spiritual and metaphysical teachings and symbolism that ever lived. He was a mage and theurgist that was truly touched by the divine. Unlike some other well-known figures from the same period, I have never found deliberately misleading or false information in any of his published works. He may leave deeper meanings up to your own meditation on the matter, but he never intentionally obscures or misleads. By the way, an excellent companion reference is Eden Gray's _A Complete Guide to the Tarot_, though Waite's own _The Pictorial Key to the Tarot_ is the gold standard. I'll close this by saying that I do not regard these cards as mere artifacts, but as trusted friends.
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Miniature Rider-Waite Cards are Great! 27 février 2000
Par Love to Shop - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Cartes Achat vérifié
I found this set to be very useful while travelling and the detail on the cards were very accurate. This deck is great for the beginner because it is easy to read and straight forward. I would highly recommend this deck to anyone interested in learning the tarot.
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Love this little deck! Highly recommend! 1 juillet 2007
Par Melissa - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Cartes Achat vérifié
I am just learning to use the Tarot, and here is one of the best tips given to me by a friend with many years of experience with the Tarot. She told me to buy a second deck, tape each card of the deck onto a separate piece of notebook paper, and keep them in a 3-ring binder. In this binder I keep notes of my impressions and what I am learning about each invidivual card while getting to know the cards names and meanings. I decided this miniture deck would be perfect to tape into my notebook/journal. This has been a priceless learning tool, because I can look back and read notes I made months ago, notes I would have otherwise forgotten.

I purchased another miniature deck because the size is so portable. Now I carry the cards with me everywhere, and when I have a few free moments I'll pull them out. The smaller cards are easier to work with, and this is the deck for you if descretion is important. The prints and coloring on both of my miniature decks are just as clear and vibrant as the larger deck--no distortions whatsoever.
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cute and practical 14 novembre 2000
Par Cecily - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Cartes
I've never been particularly attracted to the Rider-Waite or Waite-style decks, but as I've learned more about tarot I've realized that I probably should have one, since it's such a tarot standard. After looking at pictures of different Waite decks (artoftarot.com has a good compare/contrast section) I saw that size was the deciding factor for me. These cards are just so cute!
There seem to be many complaints here and in other reviews of this deck about the difficulty of shuffling such small cards. (They're slightly smaller than a standard business card, if the measurements don't really illustrate it for you.) While I did have the usual new deck slipperiness problems, after the cards were broken in a little I've found them easy to shuffle without bending. For me they're almost easier to handle than larger decks, and it's nice to be able to lay them out in a small space.
Really, I have no complaints about the deck except that the back is a blue and white plaid design, which makes me think of flannel shirts instead of tarot. Aside from that, if you're looking for a small Rider-Waite, I think this is a good choice.
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