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Dazzling Images & Erudite Esoteric Commentary 21 avril 2009
Par Christopher Warnock - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Cartes
Nigel Jackson's new Rumi Tarot contains 78 beautiful cards and with an over 300 page accompanying book. As a significant contemporary esotericist and esoteric artist, Nigel is ideally suited to create a deck that combines the spiritual Sufi wisdom of Rumi with the spiritual system of the Tarot.

This is not, like many contemporary Tarot decks, full of photo-shopped images. Each card was individually painted in the exacting tempera technique. The images are incredible! Nigel has really captured the Persian/Moghul miniature style though staying within the overall scheme of the standard Rider-Waite deck.

Each card is paired with a specific quote from Rumi and its spiritual import as well as divinatory significance is fully elucidated in the voluminous accompanying book.

I really can't say too much about the stunning visual images of the Rumi Tarot. Clearly a must have for Tarot collectors, but also a true manifestation of the Tarot as spiritual wisdom visually encapsulated.
11 internautes sur 12 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
A work of art to be treasured 28 mai 2009
Par Christopher Marlowe - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Cartes
Bearing in mind the historical Mamluk cards and the tarot's possible Sufic connections, Nigel Jackson has aptly turned his talents to produce what really amounts to a lyrical Sufi deck that would undoubtedly have delighted the heart of Idries Shah.

Not one of your average fortune-telling decks, Jackson's exquisitely designed Rumi tarot cards strongly bring to mind Turkish and Persian painted miniatures of the sixteenth century. Even if some might be deterred by the challenging but highly satisfying text of the book that accompanies the deck, the cards themselves "speak" volumes to the contemplative, making customary written divinatory interpretations hardly necessary. This is a tarot that will be treasured by those that value fine art, and Llewellyn Publications is to be congratulated for venturing into such sophisticated territory.
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Poetry in Pictures 6 août 2010
Par Theophilus - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Cartes
This is a masterful deck, beautifully rendered in the traditional tempura technique. Some of the hand painted images are exquisite. I'm particularly partial to the Death and the Hanged Man cards.

True to the tradition, Nigel Jackson has kept the symbolism of the lesser Arcana; the Staves, Cups, Coins and Swords. The Aces are excellent, top-notch craftsmanship, rhythmical in their arabesques and elegant forms. Each card of the minor Arcana has the suitable suit and number associated, as the early Tarot decks depicted. Nigel has added in a small picture that aids with memorizing their meanings, adapted from the more modern forms. Some are superb. I particularly like the 10 of coins, the 3 of coins, the 7 of staves, the 10 of cups, the 2 of cups, and the 10 of swords, but there are many more examples.

Each backdrop is lovingly drawn with rhythmic stylized lines, the waters curl and foam, running like flame. There is more symbolism contained in them than space here to relate. But know a lifetime of research and direct experience informs each card.

A quote from the Sufi Saint Rumi adorns each card and informs the image with resonant meaning. Rumi was a love poet, divinely intoxicated with the inspiration that unites all things. His voice sings with this enchantment, and echoes in Nigel Jackson's images.

This is a great deck for its mystical symbolism and the language of the Soul!

To the book. The accompanying book is worth the price of the whole set. It is chock full of Gnostic wisdom. Nigel Jackson is an initiate into some of the foremost Gnostic mysteries, a walker along that golden thread that leads out of the labyrinth. Detailed research into the Sufi tradition, and initiation into particular currents, has enabled him to subtly relay profound truths. Those secrets that can only be given to those who already possess them. There are many great quotes to be drawn from the book, reflected on, and marveled at. Nigel Jackson uses Rumi as the coat of his wisdom, much like Rumi used Islam as the clothing of his Sufi way. The result is a powerful synthesis and presentation of ideas that will, in deepest meditation, reveal powerful secrets about the nature of being, one's place in the cosmos, and the knowledge of the Holy things.

If you are an experienced Tarot user, this deck is an excellent addition to any collection. It you are a novice, this is a great place to start. But, while providing a strong tool for divination, this deck excels as a contemplative aid to meditation. Indeed, many of the images Nigel Jackson has drawn can be traced to esoteric sources. I own a number of decks - a traditionalist, I own Jean-Claude Flornoy's resotration of the Jean Noblet deck. For readings, I have used Nigel Jackson's Medieval Enchantment Deck for years (I find it strikingly accurate). But it is a rare delight I take in the Rumi Tarot. I strongly recommend this deck!
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Meditative Tarot 6 septembre 2012
Par Diana Faillace Von Behren - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Cartes Achat vérifié
The "Rumi Tarot" by Nigel Jackson speaks to the seeker as does no other tarot. The seventy-two cards of this deck, as in other traditional manifestations of tarot, become a spiral staircase of the universe consisting of symbolic images that depict the upward and inward journey of the soul as like the Fool of Card 0, it moves forward towards a reunion with its creator, God. The Rumi Tarot is further enhanced with quotations from the great Sufi saint Jalal al-Din Rumi, endowing each card with a glimpse at the myriad of possibilities of our experiences as we travel through life.

Jackson includes within his package a guide to the tarot where he gives a brief but satisfying explanation of the Sufi religion, the life of Rumi, the Eastern origins of the tarot and individual pages devoted to the symbolism and possible enlightenment intended for each of the cards. His brief history taking the origins of tarot back to Korean shamans practicing a form of divination with arrows flagged with strips of silk and how through conquest and trade routes, the cards found themselves traveling the Silk Road into the Egypt of the sultans and onward to Western Europe, makes the slightly expensive cost of this package a bit more palatable.

Jackson tells us that the beliefs found embodied within the tarot are the teachings and qualities that were drummed into the king by his four master teachers: the first master teaches the magic and the worship of the gods. The second teaches him to always speak truth, the third master teaches him 'not to allow any pleasure to be lord over him,' and the fourth teaches him to be valiant, 'bold and fearless.' These virtues correspond directly to the virtues of wisdom/prudence (coins), justice (swords), temperance (cups) and fortitude (wands) each of which is representative of what the four suits teach as a foundation for spiritual and worldly well-being. The Major Arcana are based on the above virtues and are representative of the various states of man as he moves along his spiritual journey. His recourse regarding the tarot suits and their development into cups, swords, wands and coins is fascinating in itself and will surely act as a motivator, as would a look at his other tarot Fortuna's Wheel Esoteric Tarot, for any student of tarot or journeyman along the spiritual road to seek further information for more detailed study.

The deck itself is a masterpiece of original artwork by Nigel Jackson rendered in the style of medieval Persian miniatures in jewel tones of emerald, lapis lazuli and ruby. Edging in gold leaf would have completed this deck for me; the further embellishment would have added weight to each card and "gilded" Jackson's depictions like illuminated manuscripts of old. As they stand, the cards are nicely sized, easy to shuffle and manipulate. Each includes a quotation from Rumi which helps to portray the card as one of the 72 names of God (Shemhamphorasch). In particular, I love the Two of Swords, with its miniature of Pharaoh and Moses as aspects of the Self--Pharaoh representing the worldly, self-centered ego and Moses portraying the enlightened prophet. In the Rider-Waite deck, this card is usually symbolized by a woman wearing a blindfold with two crossed swords. The feel of the card is suggestive of being in the middle of two warring sides, resulting in inactivity or procrastination. How perfect is Jackson's miniature, picturing the two sides of Self, causing difficulty in decision-making and an overall dysfunction of the equilibrium? Appropriately, the corresponding name of God for this card is "peace."

There are no divine names associated with the Court cards. Jackson tells us that these cards reflect the "medieval world-conception" and are based on the Mamluk design from the fifteenth century which include flowery phrases and incorporate the hierarchy of the king, the vizier, the second viceroy and a pageboy. (The Rumi Deck uses the Queen instead of the Vizier and the Knight to represent the Second Viceroy.)

All in all this deck in its presentation--a boxed set which includes the over 300 page booklet that far surpasses any of the standard "white information booklets" and a black organza pouch to hold the cards once they are opened and utilized--can become an integral tool in the personal journey of discovering self. With his delicately rendered images, Jackson instructs the seeker that the Sufi beliefs that man is a microcosm of the universe, that all things are part of and reflect divinity, and that losing the ego allows union with the Divine perfectly coincides with the lessons that can be learned from the Tarot. This tarot is reminiscent of the rose of which Jackson speaks: it attracts with its beauty and unfolds countless sublime mysteries.

Bottom line? The Rumi Tarot by Nigel Jackson is the perfect amalgamation of Sufi beliefs, the poetry of Rumi and the self-discovery tool of the tarot. Truly beautiful with miniatures that remind one of the treasured art of Topkapi, this deck will surely please all lovers of the tarot. Jackson's erudite book will instruct on Sufism, Rumi and Tarot in short paragraphs that cram information inside your head in a fast and easy manner that feels like second nature. Wish the deck was edged in gold:) Recommended.
Diana Faillace Von Behren
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Par JAMES PARK - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Cartes
This deck provided me everything I wanted...except the quality of card. The author put tremendous effort to create the deck but failed miserably on the print. It is real shame. Please,Please,Please reissue the deck with better quality! The one I had already showed me wear and tear even though I rarely shuffled around. This is a rare gem with all the creative art works and the book itself presented wonderful introduction to Sufi mysticism and I am studying this material diligently but couldn't make it to actual work due to the fragile nature of the print.
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