Dean, Liz Fairy Tale Fortune Cards

ISBN 13: 9781908862006

Fairy Tale Fortune Cards

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9781908862006: Fairy Tale Fortune Cards
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A unique collection of cards for interpretation and inspiration, using enchanting fairy tales Fairy Tale Fortune Cards, based on the LeNormand fortune-telling cards, make a unique link between the card symbols and their appearance in fairy tales. Each symbol helps you connect with your inner knowing, so interpreting them feels natural. Simply follow one of the six layouts that are clearly described in the book. Then look up the meaning, and your questions about the past, present and future will be answered. The card symbols were created by the most famous fortune-teller in France, the "parlour sibyl" and publisher Madame Adelaide LeNormand (1772 - 1843), who was reader to Josephine, consort of Napoleon. In the accompanying book is an insightful interpretation for each card on its own and in combination with other cards in the pack. For more inspiration, there is a traditional fairy tale for every card, taking the card symbol as the fairy tale's "magical object", which further illuminates its meaning in a reading. The striking illustrations on the cards and fascinating and enchanting fairy tales make this a unique and appealing collection.

Über den Autor:

Liz Dean is an author, editor and poet. Her tarot decks and books include The Golden Tarot and the international bestseller The Art of Tarot, both published by CICO Books. She is co-founder of The London Tarot Salon, a workshop series for artists and writers that explores tarot archetypes as a way to illuminate the creative process.

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