Comments on: Llewellyn’s Steampunk Tarot http://www.steampunk.com/llewellyns-steampunk-tarot/ An online home for the steampunk movement in all its forms. Mon, 19 Jan 2015 05:28:47 +0000 hourly 1 http://wordpress.org/?v=4.0 By: Thea LittleBear http://www.steampunk.com/llewellyns-steampunk-tarot/comment-page-1/#comment-14857 Fri, 01 Jun 2012 17:52:52 +0000 http://www.steampunk.com/?p=1771#comment-14857 I like this deck; steampunk isn’t my thing, per se but visually interesting decks are, so I had to buy it for my shelf collection, if nothing else. Am I ever pleasantly surprised by the writings of Ms. Moore – it’s like she’s an old friend right in the room with you, taking you on the journey to meet her exiting group of friends! I especially like that there are no inverted/reversed meanings to the card descriptions (inverted meanings always ribbed me the wrong way, but I felt compelled to follow “tradition”and use them in my readings when the deck’s creator included those descriptions). Mr. Fell’s artwork is just lovely, the symmetry and structures of The Emperor give you a clue at a glance this figure represents authority, while the whimsical cups in the arch depicted on the Ten of Cups shows that not everything steampunk need be hard edges and gears. I am just halfway through the manual, but itching to crack the cellophane from the deck and see the cards in full color! So happy with my purchase, thanks to Moore & Fell for creating this deck, my cards are calling…. Allons-y!

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By: Margaret Studer http://www.steampunk.com/llewellyns-steampunk-tarot/comment-page-1/#comment-13662 Sat, 19 May 2012 22:06:33 +0000 http://www.steampunk.com/?p=1771#comment-13662 These Tarot cards look great. I love the way the Two of Cups looks in particular.
As a fan of Sherlock Holmes, H.G Wells, and tea, I enjoy Steam Punk style very much. Just don’t ask me to wear the clothes. I would rather look at them than wear them.

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