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The Hermetic Tarot [Anglais] [Cartes]

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Book by Godfrey Dowson

Détails sur le produit

  • Cartes: 78 pages
  • Editeur : U.S. Games; Édition : Gmc Crds (25 janvier 1995)
  • Collection : Tarots Anglais
  • Langue : Anglais
  • ISBN-10: 091386692X
  • ISBN-13: 978-0913866924
  • Dimensions du produit: 2,9 x 7,6 x 12,5 cm
  • Moyenne des commentaires client : 4.7 étoiles sur 5  Voir tous les commentaires (3 commentaires client)
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 noir et blanc ...magnifique 10 juillet 2014
Par chloe
Format:Cartes|Achat vérifié
Splendide tarot de la goldendaw, il n'a pas grand chose à voir avec celui dessine par robert wang
il fourmille de symboles esoteriques que l'on decouvre pas à pas, le graphisme est superbe et le choix du noir et blanc tout à fait propice à la meditation ou aux previsions
une reussite
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Le plus riche des Tarots... 9 décembre 2013
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Collectionneur de Tarots depuis 20 ans, je trouve que ce Tarot : "The Hermetic Tarot" est le plus riche qui soit. En effet, fan des tarots issus des travaux hermétiques de l'ordre secret de la "Golden Dawn", je possède donc le Tarot de Thot (d'Aleister Crowley) et celui de Waite ainsi que celui dit officiel de la Golden Dawn. Mais ce dernier, "The Hermetic Tarot" apporte une touche encore plus riche dans ses graphismes et sa symbolique kabbalistique-rosicrucienne.

Je le recommande vivement à tous les amateurs de tarots ésotériques.

Ceux qui n'utilisent que le Marseille peuvent l'éviter... Ils n'y comprendront rien !
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 beautiful deck 1 novembre 2013
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Though it is black ad white, this deck is highly impressive, loaded with esoteric detail. Some of the cards have an original design, but it adds to the overall quality. A good deck for students and practitioners of the GD tradition.
The deck was delivered to me in advance, in good condition, well protected.
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1.0 étoiles sur 5 Are you kidding me? 23 novembre 2006
Par E. Godfrey - Publié sur Amazon.com
The re-printing of this beautiful Tarot deck is utter rubbish. The amazingly intricate drawings of Godfrey Dowson have been blurred and pixilated to an embarrassing degree. Also, the cards themselves were cut irregularly, so no two cards were even uniformly shaped. Seriously, I could go down to Kinkos and make better replications of these cards! In this day and age of technology there is no excuse for blurry pixilation and irregularly cut cards. If you think that you are getting the inspiring original printing of these cards, you will be sadly mistaken.

I've contacted U.S. Games Systems and they have ignored me. I tried to warn customers on their site but they didn't post my review. If I were to speculate, I would think that they are trying to retain the inflated value of the original printing by releasing a disgustingly low quality representation in their latest re-printing at the expense of you, the customer. Buyer beware.

Update: I have posted two pictures which capture the quality issues I mention; one of the poorly clipped corner and one of flagrant pixelation. Please note that this pixelation is not due to my scanner but is an exact replica of the shoddy quality. In the original printing, these lines were razor sharp and clean. They are now a blurry mess. If someone could post a similar picture of VIII, Fortitude, I would be grateful, just to make sure I didn't get a shoddy deck.
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 Wonderful Deck to Study 21 avril 2008
Par River - Publié sur Amazon.com
This is an excellent deck for those who wish to study the literature and symbolism of the tarot. In interpretation, it falls between the Waite deck and the Thoth deck. So it is a good choice for people who want to move up from the Waite, but do not care for the Crowley deck's card substitutions (no "Lust" or "Debauch" cards) or creepy emanations.

These cards are loaded with symbolism, including zodiac and planet signs on the minors. The court cards are marked with elemental signs on the margins. One of these is incorrect, however you can easily correct it with a fine black sharpie pen. If you add your own information or symbols with a black sharpie, the change will blend right in, due to the freehand style of these cards. I suppose you could color them, but I am not yet that ambitious.

The LWB contains a tree of life path diagram. However this is the "Outer Order" diagram given by the Golden Dawn to Neophytes, and therefore has the paths running in the wrong direction. The Inner Order will provide the correct attributions on request.

This is a serious, heavy duty tarot deck. Cards are thick and heavily coated. They are stiff and slippery when new, but gradually become easier to handle.

This deck was out of print for a few years, so there are quite a few "gray market" decks out there. The reviewers who complained about quality probably had gotten one of those. Both the legitimate and the gray market cards come in the same box pattern with U.S. Game System Copyrights for 1979 and 2006. The gray market cards have a thin line around the border of the card which may have gaps due to poor reproduction. The legitimate cards with the 2006 copyright do not have this border line.

The legitimate cards are of the very highest quality in reproduction and cutting. So if you get a deck that is not perfect, send it back for a replacement.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Most wanted deck... 24 août 2005
Par Richard K. - Publié sur Amazon.com
Many years ago, I was given a reading with this deck. I was frightened and amazed by what I saw. Sheer Magic in its purest form. This is THE occult tarot deck. More so than the Crowley-Thoth. I thought someday I would like a copy of this precious artifact. I guess I waited too long as it is now out of print. What a shame when the folks at U.S. Games have multiple renditions of the Rider-Waite deck for sale, among others that do not hold any interest to me.

Maybe it is because of the black and white presentation. It could simply be too scary for many! It is no less dark than others on the current market. I really wish someone else would pick up rights to this masterwork and get it back in publication. Or better yet, how about U.S. Games doing so. They are great at what they do. Except holding back this classic and others.

I finally purchased my copy of this deck from the publisher and love it. The LWB presents nothing new here. The deck itself is not ideal for beginners, 12 and older would do best. Astrologically, this system soars! It is also fun to see these images up close. Its possibly the most detailed tarot ever created.
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3.0 étoiles sur 5 Esoteric Symbolism and Black-and-White Images 25 juin 2007
Par Janet Boyer - Publié sur Amazon.com
"The tarot is a mirror of reality. Its construction, based on the four elements, the celestial phenomena, the Holy Qabalah, and a very evolved psychology, can lead its devotees to the inner recesses of psychic and intuitive awareness. The tarot itself can be used as the basis of occult study, as it may be said to possess all aspects of the inner wisdom tradition." - From the Little White Book

Complex and stark, the black-and-white images are jam-packed with alchemical, astrological and Qabalistic symbols easily recognized by those familiar with those and other esoteric systems. Revealing many of the workings of the Secret Order of the Golden Dawn, this deck draws heavily upon the work of Mathers, Crowley, Case, Levi and others.

The Hermetic Tarot comes with a 70-page LWB, which is thicker than most, which details astrological attributions for the cards and the numerological correlations of the Minor Arcana with the Tree of Life. The LWB also has a handy chart of elemental and astrological glyphs, as well as an illustration of the Tree of Life. However, Hebrew letters rather than actual card names depict the paths on the Tree.

Upright and reversed meanings are provided, as well detailed explanations for many of the symbolic components of the cards. The various angels connected with the Minors are given, as are the thirty-six decans of the Zodiac. The astrological placements for the Minors appear in the image proper.

Cards measure approximately 4  x 2  inches and although card backings appear fully reversible at first blush, they are not. The elemental symbols for the Courts are placed in the top corners of the cards (e.g. Knight of Cups shows the glyph for Fire then Water for "Fire of Water"), and follow the ordering of Knight, Queen, King and Princess.

For the Majors, the corresponding Hebrew letter and card number are on the top corners, while the elemental/astrological symbols are within the actual image. The titles of all the cards are on the bottom (e.g. Lord of Material Success for the 6 of Pentacles, the Magus of the Voice of Light for The Hermit, Spirit of the Primal Fire for The Last Judgment and so on).

The Hermetic Tarot is fascinating to look at, although the crowded nature of the symbols can be a bit overwhelming. In fact, when I gazed upon a group of these cards, I began to get a headache!

Inexplicably, a few of the cards appear smudged and pixely, in contrast to the cleaner lines of the rest of the cards. Also unusual is the pronounced uneven trim on the bottom of the Court Cards, which gives them a slight lip (you can see this a bit on the lower-left hand corner of the Queen of Cups image).

If you're looking to enhance your magical practice or further your knowledge of Golden Dawn esotericism and Qabalistic associations, this would make a fine deck for your studies. The intricacies of the Hermetic Tarot almost serve as a meditative scrying mirror--and if you enjoy the art of M.C. Escher, you may very well feel an affinity for this deck.

I feel that the symbol-laden cards would lend themselves well to small spreads and contemplation. However, it's definitely not a beginner's deck for those wanting to learn the Tarot. In my estimation, the Hermetic Tarot would likely appeal to those who prefer decks like Thoth or the Liber-T, more so than those who are ardent devotees of Rider-Waite-Smith imagery or decks with animated minors.

(To see 12 images from this deck, visit the Reviews--Decks section at [...])

Janet Boyer, author of The Back in Time Tarot Book: Picture the Past, Experience the Cards, Understand the Present (coming Fall 2008 from Hampton Roads Publishing)
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Hermetic Tarot is great for those interested in Golden Dawn 3 novembre 1998
Par Violette d'Epees (depeesv@usa.net) - Publié sur Amazon.com
This deck reminds me of Crowley's. Its black and white drawings are crammed with so much symbolism, it can be overwealming at first. But it all becomes very clear with experience. I use this deck for meditative purposes. The little booklet is a bit sparse on interpretive meanings, check out Wang's book on the Golden Dawn deck.
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