Crystal Visions Tarot

Crystal Visions Tarot – Tarot deck card-by-card feature by Tarot Zamm

By (author) Jennifer Galasso

Fantasy artist Jennifer Galasso has created Crystal Visions Tarot in a unique style with ethereal faerie imagery and a vibrant color scheme inspired by the four seasons and the four elements. Crystal Visions Tarot remains true to the classic Rider-Waite 78-card system in much of its symbolism, as well as in card and suit names. The luscious card imagery also illustrates the elemental aspects of each suit in order to aid the novice in forming associations with the cards. The Crystal Visions Tarot deck includes 78 cards with an additional unknown card for gazing into future situations that have not yet been revealed, or for exploring issues with deeper insight. The instruction booklet offers both upright and reversed meanings.

Dimensions 73.66 x 124.46 x 33.02mm | 113.4g
Publication date 28 Nov 2011
Publisher U.S. Games
Publication City/Country CT, United States
Language English
Illustrations note Full Colour Illustrations throughout
ISBN10 157281702X
ISBN13 9781572817029
Source: Bookdepository.com

Crystal Visions Tarot – Tarot deck card-by-card feature by Tarot Zamm.


An Amazon.com customer review:
5.0 out of 5 stars by Kimmyerrol on December 10, 2016
Love this deck
Love this deck! I like all kinds of tarot decks and I absolutely love this one. At first I thought this wasn’t my style the images were a little bit “innocent” to what I am usually drawn too. However I kept going back and viewing the cards on google images and checking out you tube reviews. I couldn’t explain why but I was drawn to this deck. I like how each suit is coordinated with a season and color scheme. The swords for example has some cards as scenes with snow and is Winter. The pentacles appear more as Jewels than coins. All of the cards are beautiful most decks I have favorites and the rest I can do without I love every single card in the deck. Also I have “test” cards I look at the Fool, Magician, Death and Devil cards if I don’t like them I usually don’t get it. The Fool shows a girl surrounded by butterflies and a ribbon wrapped around her about to step of a cliff. The Magician is one of my favorites he has wings and appears to me as Raphael the Archangel. The Death card is beautiful a grim reaper type in black stands over a girl lying on a rock ready to transform into light and has a Latin saying inscribed on it I won’t spoil it for you what it says. The Devil card shows a “pan” like figure playing pipes in a forest setting with a “Eve” like figure laying near the tree. Is she tempting him? She has a beguiling “come hither” look on her face and a smile as though hiding a secret or does he have her under his spell entranced by music and magic? All of the Ace cards for each suit are breathtaking. The cards have crystals on them and butterflies, birds, dragons, horses or unicorns and other animals. The deck is dreamlike fantasy and gives a very feminine graceful gentle vibe. Yet it is straightforward and truthful with guidance. It has a “unknown” card which I like to use in readings and also when it appears I use the back of the card which has a picture of a crystal ball I stare into it and use it as a tool for meditation. Most decks I use for spiritual guidance this one is like a friend I ask everything of. I am planning on getting a unicorn oracle deck to go along with this for enhanced readings.

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Crystal Visions Tarot by Jennifer Galasso
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