Pixie's Astounding Lenormand


Amazing recycling of Pamela Colman Smith's images in this loving tribute...

Edmund Zebrowski lovingly created a hit with this beautiful offering. And the images are familiar! They are from the Rider-Waite Tarot that we all know and love and the variations of that famous deck. The colors match more with the Smith-Waite Tarot; muted, soft and understated. The images are minimalist and Victorian in style. The backs are a soft powdery blue with a simple pink rose and leaves in the middle. The booklet that comes with the deck is a great source of information...listing ENERGY, KEYWORDS, FULL MEANING, the source of the images (either from the Tarot or from Pamela Colman Smith's other publishing projects) and so much more. I always partner Pixie's Astounding Lenormand with the Smith-Waite Tarot Deck, also in a can. I can toss both of these in my purse or bag and not worry about them getting damaged or wet when I am at the beach. Pixie was Pamela Coleman Smith's nickname. She was the original creator of the artwork (woodcuts) used for the Rider-Waite deck and it's variations and during her lifetime was not given full credit for her work. Sad to say, she died almost penniless. Now, I think she is smiling at us from the Great Beyond knowing that her name and her works are still very much alive! Thank you, Edmund!


Gypsy Witch Fortune Telling Playing Cards


Exact and direct answers to your questions! Very clear impressions!

I love these cards! Very much like the Lenormand oracle and includes all of the Lenormand cards (except the Cross--you can use the Rapiers #37 instead). Some of the card meanings are different from Lenormand and they are numbered differently, so this is a seperate system unto itself but not difficult to learn. This deck is even more similar to the Maybe Lenormand Deck as this deck is also a full 52 card deck of playing cards and adds in 3 Jokers. Smaller too, so you can throw the deck in your purse and use it for Divination while on the run or just playing Rummy or Solitaire while commuting or killing time. I have been playing with the Gypsy Witch since I received it and I am really getting some distinct and exact impressions and direct answers to my questions. The woodcut designs are slightly older than the Rider Waite Tarot. I read that this deck was anonymously created a few years before the Rider Waite. Some reviewers say that the images are dark. I am not feeling that at all. The instructional flyer gives diagrams for two readings; a small one and a much larger one similar to Le Grand Tableau. Not sure if all of this is set in stone, though. I plan on playing around with my own created spreads and may include the Tarot as an overlay just to experiment. The opportunities are endless with this deck! Buy it!


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