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  • Cartes: 208 pages
  • Editeur : U.S. Games; Édition : Tcr Crds/P (22 octobre 2014)
  • Langue : Anglais
  • ISBN-10: 1572811250
  • ISBN-13: 978-1572811256
  • Dimensions du produit: 5,1 x 12,1 x 18,4 cm
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3 internautes sur 4 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile  Par Julia G. Hafer le 7 janvier 2005
Format: Cartes
Je suis si contente de voir que le Goddess Tarot Deck est disponible pour moi d'acheter içi en France! Quelle chance que a des tarots americains, et bon marché en plus. Ce deck est énormement utile pour ceux qui n'aiment pas voir des images genants en tirant des cartes. Avec ce deck vous recevrez seulement des conseils utiles, pas effrayants. Et pour moi la benefice du tarot c'est l'opportunité de changer la vie pour le meilleur, pas d'être déprimé en pensant que nous n'avons pas de volonté. Les déeses sont avec nous toujours, mais qui parmi nous en profitons habituelment? Moi, je demande chaque jour leurs conseils, et je ne pourrais pas dire assez comment elles m'avaient aidé de ne pas faire des bêtises, surtout avec ma vie affective! Evidemment le livre qui accompagne ce deck est en anglais, mais même si vous ne parlez pas d'anglais, si vous avec une connaissance des déeses vous comprendrez la signification des cartes. L'art est magnifique aussi, une vrai bonheur de voir. Je suis américaine, ce qui doit être bien evident, et mon français n'est pas très fort, mais je suis étudiante en France actuellement. Je suis contente d'acheter ce deck comme cadeux pour ma soeur d'accueil. Je tire des cartes pour elle assez souvent, et elle en est ravie. Achetez-les vite, c'est un très bon prix! -julie
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56 internautes sur 56 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
very beginner friendly 18 juillet 2002
Par Un client - Publié sur
Format: Cartes
The Goddess Tarot was my chosen deck when I first started out with the tarot. Its energy and imagery is gentle, soft, and lovely. There is no nudity and no 'scary' pictures.
As a beginner, cards such as the death card and the tower card were particularly disturbing to me, so to replace the images with pictures of great goddesses was the only way I could feel comfortable working with the tarot.
I've outgrown this deck for general purposes, but whenever I need guidance I find myself returning to this deck. This deck is more spiritual than any other deck out there and very gentle. It's really a very beautiful deck.
The reason I don't use this deck all the time anymore is that the imagery of the tarot is really what speaks to me when I do readings. The major arcana in this Goddess deck consists of goddesses, thus much of the imagery is hard for me to delve into and get a good 'vibe' from without spending hours researching and working with each goddess. Also, I grew less afraid of the scarier images, and once I put that fear aside, the traditional tarot blossomed since I wasn't hesitant to handle it anymore.
The Goddess Tarot is a beautiful deck. It's feminine in the best sense of the word. It's client friendly, children friendly, and beginner friendly with its gentle images. Sometimes when doing readings face to face with a querent, I'll pull out the Goddess Tarot deck with more jittery persons. There are some people that jump out of their chair when they see the death, tower, or devil card. It sounds and looks much gentler in this deck. Instead of Death you have Transformation. Instead of the Devil you have Temptation.
It's really a deck that anybody can benefit from, even if it's just to appreciate its asthetic beauty.
38 internautes sur 39 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
Four and a half stars actually... 21 février 2005
Par Moria Vulcanus - Publié sur
Format: Cartes Achat vérifié
I have only minor quibbles with this deck; otherwise it is a pleasure to work with. As other reviewers have said it has a serene, gentle quality and gorgeous artwork. I've been working with Tarot for years and I don't find the deck oversized at all. I can only guess that those reviewers who make that claim are new to Tarot in general. The deck uses the 8 Justice/11 Strength configuration, which I prefer and was happy to discover here.

Each card has an intricate border that adds to the overall feel. The border on each Major card is unique and related to its Goddess. For example, Tradition/Juno is surrounded by two peacocks and little olive trees. Beginnings/Tara is bordered by a thick green forest with a tiger peaking out. There are 4 types of borders for the Minors related to its element. Pentacles have flowers with doves flying above, cups have rough blue waves, staves (wands) have a red and orange volcanic landscape. I just wish the border for swords had a more prominent feeling of air. It's a landscape of arid, craggy mountains, with a waterfall to one side. Only the very top of the border shows a few clouds.

I love the inclusion of Goddesses that are less "popular" in today's Pagan community as well as drawing from multi-ethnic backgrounds. Personally I think Waldherr does a richer, more evocative job with her non-European subjects and those cards tend to be my favorites. I don't like Gwenhwyfar being included on the Judgment card, as she is a legend, not a Goddess, though her card is very beautiful.

My biggest problem with the deck is that the little white book strikes me as being written after the deck was completed and tries to paint the deck as being more feminist than it really is as well as being more imaginative in scope. The booklet claims the deck's intention was to tell "women's" stories instead of men's. This claim breaks down for me when it comes to the Minors. They are all based on the images in the Rider-Waite deck and the Court Cards depict men where traditional. There's nothing new or particularly more feminist than usual going on here. Yet the LWB says the Minors are dedicated to 4 Goddesses and depict women's journeys related to those Goddesses. So the book's claims bug me a little. I also prefer more symbolism depicted in the Minors to give depth to a reading but if you are familiar with Rider-Waite, these are easy to pick up. Swords are supposed to show the Path of Isis and all cards have an ancient Egyptian theme given to the traditional poses. Pentacles are the Path of Lakshmi. I consider these East Indian pictures to best of the group. Cups are for Freyja but show generalized Medieval-ish figures with pale blond hair. Staves are supposed to show the Path of the Roman Goddess Venus but instead of having a Roman theme, there are Medieval-ish redheads in each scene.

These issues related to the booklet are minor though compared to the cards themselves. I expect to get many years of enjoyment working with this deck.
32 internautes sur 33 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
Gorgeous, Positive Deck 2 février 2000
Par Melusine - Publié sur
Format: Cartes
I could sit and stare at the artwork for hours. The cards are incredibly beautiful. It may take some adjustment for the major arcana as they relate to goddesses rather than traditional tarot symbolism. I suggest the book that goes with the deck. The minor arcana follow in the more traditional Rider-Waite style. The cards are positive, with no scary negative cards found in other decks. The cards are a bit larger than normal but feel very good in the hands. Overall, I highly recommend this deck!
30 internautes sur 33 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
Feminine Deck Filled With Lore and Lovely Art 30 octobre 2002
Par Terrie - Publié sur
Format: Cartes
I love the art of the talented Kris Waldherr, especially her Book of Goddesses that this deck is based upon. This is a wonderful Tarot deck that bases its symbolism on the Rider-Waite deck but it has transformed the symbols into female, Goddess centered mythos. The artwork is very beautiful, detailed and evocative. The cards are larger than a standard deck but it seemed that my hands just got used to the size after a while. The Major Arcana cards each feature a different goddess and include this line-up: Tara, Isis, Sarasvati, Estsanatlehi, Freyja, Juno, Venus, Rhiannon, Athena, Chang O, Lakshmi, Oya, Kuan Yin, Ukemochi, Yemana, Nyai Loro Kidul, The Wawalak, Inanna, Diana, The Zorya, Gwenhwyfar, and Gaia. As you can see, the deck introduces many of the less familiar goddesses. The small paper pamphlet that accompanies the deck offers a sampling of their lore. A helpful workbook is available separately. The Minor Arcana is divided up into four different cultural stories each corresponding with one of the four elements, water, air, earth and fire. Each card except for the court cards shows a woman as she undergoes the journey symbolized by the suit. The suit of Cups is the Path of Venus, Staves is Freyja, Swords is Isis, and Pentacles is Lakshmi. The court cards show the querant's psyche in different times and areas of life and can also be used to represent different people.
I think the deck is very user friendly and I enjoy its different focus. So many women seek out Tarot readings to help them work through and understand the influence of the men in their lives upon their lives. This deck is so useful for keeping querants focused on their own issues and their own well-being.
16 internautes sur 16 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
A celebration of the goddess in every woman 26 juillet 1999
Par Un client - Publié sur
Format: Broché
This book wonderfully accompanies Ms. Waldherr's tarot deck of the same name; it discusses the story of the goddess associated with each of the cards as well as each card's divinatory meaning. The book alone is informative, wonderfully inspiring and empowering, and it has inspired me to learn more about the goddesses featured in the book and its companion deck.
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