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  • Broché: 160 pages
  • Editeur : Connections Book Publishing Ltd; Édition : Box Tcr Cr (1 mars 2011)
  • Langue : Anglais
  • ISBN-10: 1859063187
  • ISBN-13: 978-1859063187
  • Dimensions du produit: 3,2 x 15,2 x 20,3 cm
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3 internautes sur 3 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile  Par Miss Mary le 5 avril 2012
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
Le Wildwood est un tout autre système de carte, pas le tarot habituel. Il se base sur un système dit pagan/wicca, bref druidique. Cela lui donne une tout autre dimension assez intéressante et permet une réflexion différente.

Le livret est très clair, il donne envie de s'interroger d'avantage sur cette mythologie si le chemin initiatique donne envie. 3 tirages sont proposés à la fin. Pas de commentaire quant à une signification précise des renversées.

En revanche, attention, la qualité des cartes est nulle. Simple cartonnée et encore ... légère variation sur la profondeur du vert au dos des cartes, clairement coupées à la machine, pas plastifié : attention à ne pas laisser le café tout près ...
Bref, vu l'engouement que le jeu a connu, je ne m'attendais pas à une qualité aussi pauvre des cartes.
Ca c'est pour le technique : les images quant à elles sont très belles ;)
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A must have for tarot collectors 29 mai 2011
Par Neko-san - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
The Wildwood Tarot is a long awaited remake of the Greenwood Tarot. This time around, it is John Matthews and Will Worthington who breathe new life into Mark Ryan's creation. I must say, I was taken aback by it. This tarot is a must-have for tarot collectors, specially so if you like pagan/celtic themed tarots.

These cards are bordered white, numbered and labeled at the bottom. However, the back of these cards is plain: dark green with a thin white line forming a rectangle within the card.

The Major Arcana are numbered and labeled at the bottom. All the standard names from the Rider Tarot have been changed on these cards.

0. The Wanderer - 0. The Fool
1. The Shaman - I. The Magician
2. The Seer - II. The High Priestess
3. The Green Woman - III. The Empress
4. The Green Man - IV. The Emperor
5. The Ancestor - V. The Hierophant
6. The Forest Lovers - VI. The Lovers
7. The Archer - VII. The Chariot
8. The Stag - VIII. Strength
9. The Hooded Man - IX. The Hermit
10. The Wheel - X. Wheel of Fortune
11. The Woodward - XI. Justice
12. The Mirror - XII. The Hanged Man
13. The Journey - XIII. Death
14. Balance - XIV. Temperance
15. The Guardian - XV. The Devil
16. The Blasted Oak - XVI. The Tower
17. The Pole Star - XVII. The Star
18. The Moon on Water - XVIII. The Moon
19. The Sun of Life - The XIX. The Sun
20. The Great Bear - XX. Judgment
21. The World Tree - XXI. The World

It's hard to pick just a few Major Arcana to describe! In The Journey (Death), a raven is depicted on top of the skull of an antelope pealing away the remaining meat. A huge Moon it seen on top, and other ravens flying away on the distance. In The Guardians (The Devil), the skeleton of a bear is depicted standing in the entrance to a cavern. Finally, In The World Tree a huge tree is prominent, the four seasons neatly depicted in its leaves. There is a door at the base of the trunk, with a circular, labyrinth like pathway in front.

The Minor Arcana are labeled with at the bottom. The standard symbols of swords, wands, cups or pentacles have been replaced with arrows, bows, vessels and stones, respectively. As expected, these represent the elements of air, fire, water and earth, but also a season in the celtic tradition (arrows - Imbolc, bows - Beltane, vessels - Lammas, and stone - Samhain). The imagery on these cards is sometimes evocative of the elements their suit represents.

On the pips, you may expect to see a number of the suit symbols depicted in within the imagery of the card. In addition, there is a keyword added to the label. The court cards follow the Rider Tarot tradition, labeled as page, knight, queen, or king, but the people have been replaced with animals.

These tarot come in a kit which includes a guidebook. The guidebook is organized as follows:

RETURN TO THE GREEN
. Preface by Mark Ryan
THE WILDWOOD SONG
. Preface by John Matthews
PART ONE: INTO THE GREEN
. An Introduction by Mark Ryan
PART TWO: THE PATH THROUGH THE FOREST
. The Cards and their Meanings
PART THREE: FINDING YOUR WAY
. Working the Cards

Part One - I think this is an essential read. Mark Ryan's introduction fleshes out the foundation of this tarot. He explains how his journey started toward the culmination of the Wildwood Tarot. He explains what the Tarot is and what it isn't. Finally, he describes how the cards of this tarot conform to the Wheel of the Year.

Part Two - Each Major Arcana is explained in two pages including a b/w picture of the card, Description, Meaning, Reading points and a series of key words called Roots and Branches. In contrast, each Minor Arcana is explained in one page. The explanations of pips only include a b/w picture of the card, Description, Meaning, and Reading points. Instead, the court cards include a b/w picture of the card, Meaning, Reading points and a series of key words called Tracks and Pathways.

Part Three - Several Tarot layouts are presented. These include: The Pathway Spread (3 cards), The Bow Spread (7 cards), and The World Three Spread (8 cards).

This is an interesting remake that was worth waiting for. I may not recommend this one for beginners, but certainly a must for tarot collectors.
56 internautes sur 60 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
exquisite deck! 15 juin 2011
Par rosita - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
Being very picky about tarot decks, I hesitated for a good month before buying this deck, but since it arrived I haven't worked with any of my other decks. although it is loosely based on the Rider Waite system, some cards do have different meanings. Nonetheless, I've found the deck to be so fluid and intuitive that the differences do not hinder my interpretations. I've found it to be like settling down with a dear friend. Each morning I look forward to sitting on my front porch and doing a quick read. It is very nature base. Indeed, all of the court cards are animals, and the deck is full of Old World imagery. It is very lovely and refreshing. I'm so very thankful to have added this deck to the family.
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Profoundly wise, moving, and pagan. 13 janvier 2012
Par Sparrow - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
Just when I thought that nothing could be better than Druidcraft, I was blessed to receive the Wildwood Tarot. The Wildwood is even more primitively pagan, if you can even imagine it. The imagery is profound, the deck itself is more like an otherworld than a tarot deck. As I acquainted myself to the deck through reading the detailed guidebook, I found myself shedding a tear more than once -- The Wildwood tarot deals with the true human condition, with all its frailties and fears, not just the strengths and joys. The forest archetypes are not simply lucid but seem to breathe a life of their own as they guide you through the primeval forest in search of the answer you seek. You don't simply find the answer. . . you are SHOWN the answer.

Anyone who loves nature and/or ancient religions/anthropology, particularly those who feel a deep connection to the earth and her forests will find this deck as miraculous as I do. The artwork is enchanting and the cardstock is fine* it is not of poor quality as some have reported, the cards are larger than average, yet not quite as large as Druidcraft cards which must be shuffled side-to-side.

I have wasted so much time, money, and energy searching for the one tarot deck that can answer the deep burning questions about the meaning of my existence. I have finally found it in the Wildwood tarot and I would like to thank Mr. Mark Ryan, Mr. John Matthews and Mr. Will Worthington for creating this beautifully magical deck and making it available for all of us to enjoy.
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Return to the Wood! 7 juin 2011
Par Richard K. - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
I am one of the few persons around who knows of and has the now classic Geenwood Tarot. This is the 2.0 version. This one it much easier to read and interpret. After many years, I am still studying the original and have yet to read with it. Perhaps now, I have better grasp of it. My rational mind likes the numbers on the trumps. The Wildwood cuts back the thicket and let you venture into this primal place.

Mark Ryan is a revolutionary in the tarot world. It is the next chapter of Tarot history-first Marseille, Rider-Waite, Crowley/Thoth and now Greenwood/Wildwood. Sure, there are plenty of nature/pagan based decks. However this one has profound depth and allows meditative pathworking. Enter John Matthews. His insight into the past makes the Wildwood a place that we can visit often. The greatest difference is the art by Wil Worthington. Gone are the cryptic images from the Greenwood. These are as fun as his Druidcraft Tarot.

The book is great and can be used for either deck. It brings the tarot to 2011-an age where we are cut off from the forest. This is a delicate time for humanity as a whole. We cannot forget our primal roots. I am using technology to deliver a message that says let it go for awhile. Power down your laptops and cellphones. Pick up a copy of the Wildwood Tarot. Tarot will never be downloadable. Next, visit a local forest with your deck. Find a sunny clearing near a tree that calls to you. Sit down with the cards and chat with them. Happiness this way lies...
33 internautes sur 38 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
Flimsy, Poorley Made 4 février 2012
Par A.M.B. - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
I bought This deck because it was a remake of the popular Greenwood Tarot. I was sorely disappointed, not at the art; but at the quality. The card stock is cheap, feels terrible in the hand, is very flimsy, and is not anywhere near the quality of the original Greenwood stock. The backs of the cards are a solid hunter green with a simple design. As soon as you begin shuffling these cards, the green on the edges begins to chip away leaving white spots where the ink almost immediately wears off. I would not recommend spending money on these cards if you actually intend to use them, the stock is so flimsy and poor that it wouldn't be worth it.
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