AzureGreen DCROTAR Crow's Magick tarot

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by Daniel A. Demski Date Added: Tuesday 09 June, 2015

This was my first Tarot deck. I've always been embarrassed to get it out and use it. The cards themselves are sturdy and feel good in your hand, but the imagery is lacking. Stiff computer art is copied and pasted several times, or recolored in ridiculous ways. I particularly don't like how human bodies with animal heads are used on just a few cards; the recolored art is particularly odd looking and for me it just doesn't fit.One thing I like about this deck is that each card has two words on the bottom. Compared with decks using just one or zero words on the bottom, it can help a beginner and keeps you from focusing on a single meaning. I'm not sure where Londa Marks gets some of these meanings though. I think she was focusing on what was happening in her own life while she made the cards. Undoubtedly she put meditation and consideration into these meanings, but I'm afraid the result is that some cards ended up closer to each other in meaning than they might in other decks.There are some cards whose meanings I like, don't get me wrong. And I'm all for decks having their own voice - the Tarot has always evolved that way, seeking patterns, clarity, connections and essence. So I applaud how she diverges in her interpretation. But now that I have more decks, I find I like the one-word Crowley/Thoth definition more than the two words she gives in more than a few cases.For example: for Knight of Cups the card reads Spellbind, Charisma. This makes it very similar to the Page of Swords' words, Captivation, Entrance, and of course to the Devil, which is labeled Magnetism, Lure. By contrast, Waite describes the Knight of Cups as approach - sometimes of a messenger; advances, proposition, demeanour, invitation, incitement. The Page of Swords is authority, vigilance spying. And the Devil is therein Ravage, violence, vehemence, extraordinary efforts, force, fatality. Londa Marks chose to focus on aspects of the ideas which were interesting to her, possibly relevant to her life; the result was that these three very different cards came to be similar. And there are definitely other examples. I recently sorted the cards into pile by meaning; I would say that going strictly by the two-word summaries, there were at least five piles of three or more cards who were nearly the same in meaning.If you like the rebellious metal attitude of Londa Marks I'd say get her other deck (the Londa Tarot), it's prettier.As with any Tarot deck, what matters is what you personally do with the symbols and whether you like them. The art is printed crisply, if only it were a bit better.

Rating: 3 of 5 Stars! [3 of 5 Stars!]
by Wild Horses Flying Date Added: Saturday 24 May, 2014

I am completely happy with the store that sold me these cards. The cards were in the excellent condition purported and delivery was timely. The cards themselves -- I like them. I've been doing tarot for 40 years so have a solid understanding of traditional tarot, humanistic tarot and - - what to call it - - new age tarot? For me, tarot is not a parlor game but spiritual communication with the highest and purest forces possible. So I stay away from cards that seem oriented to lower energies. I wasn't sure about Crow's Magic Tarot but decided to try them. I don't think the ascribed card meanings are particularly accurate so I wouldn't recommend them to a beginner who doesn't have her/his own established intuition and knowledge of tarot cards. But I do have this knowledge and experience and so, have been able to work with them and gain some spiritual and pragmatic insights and perspectives. The art work, as can be seen from the box, is a little edgy with our current culture's techno-age cold precision machine-ish images but the artist doesn't completely give-in to this techno-aspect. It's more lilke she "includes" it -- and it IS an aspect of our present culture/world. And many of the images are very beautiful and evocative of deeper, expanded forces, dimensions and meaning. I have gotten some good, strong answers and insights using these cards. I'm glad I bought them.

Rating: 5 of 5 Stars! [5 of 5 Stars!]
by J.I.T. Date Added: Thursday 24 April, 2014

I love these cards. Beautiful artwork. I am a beginner! I don't read them the usual way either, but rather tell a story with the cards chosen. They have never let me down, as the results are uncanny. They are positive and uplifting. Perhaps it is in the way one interprets them.

Rating: 5 of 5 Stars! [5 of 5 Stars!]
by Janet A. Holmes "Janet Holmes" Date Added: Sunday 26 August, 2012

These are my first deck. I found them about 5 years ago in a shop in Salem, MA, where I was living. They are very special to me. I disagree that they are "clip art" or too "computer generated" and cold. Perhaps the one reviewer who said these would be very good for meditation said it best for me. I have been practicing on and off all this time, and they never fail to capture important events of my life and my husband's. I did buy the Crowley deck (that came out in March 2012) and it's beautiful, but feels "heavy" to me, and not for where I am at right now.Hopefully one day I will be ready to work with others, and my approach will be this: look at the symbolism and words to learn what you can about the world around you--the one you see as well as the one that seems hidden--and get access to your subconscious desires and goals, so that you can better align with what you came down here to do. It came with the book, which I consider invaluable.

Rating: 5 of 5 Stars! [5 of 5 Stars!]
by Beth H. Porter "you create your own reality" Date Added: Wednesday 02 September, 2009

I own several tarot decks, and this is my absolute favorite one! I get the most accurate reads from this deck. The symbols are simple yet powerful. I absolutely love this deck, and like I said, it's my FAVORITE! It is however for the more advanced reader. You need a basic understanding of tarot and it's symbols which I feel is best accomplished with the Rider-Waite deck. Do add this one to your collection however.....I wouldn't be without it.

Rating: 5 of 5 Stars! [5 of 5 Stars!]
by L. M. Gladden Date Added: Friday 10 March, 2006

This deck has beautiful color and metallic imagery that captures your eye against the black card back. It is a great deck to look at and use after learning from white card backs. It feels like a new level of tarot reading. Truly capturing the magic of the crow and incorporating other animal magics as well. I use about 8 different decks, and this one is my favorite for evening readings.

Rating: 5 of 5 Stars! [5 of 5 Stars!]
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