you're here for the Gilded
Tarot study guide, you're in the right place -- don't
be confused if you were expecting a page called SecondWindWeb...that
was me too! From here, you can go straight to the "Download"
link below, or read these paragraphs if you're interested in the
why and how.
don't usually use tarot in my mediumship work, I've been reading
the cards off and on for years. When I got Ciro
Marchetti's Gilded Tarot a few years ago, it came with a small
book which was fine, but its pictures of the cards were in black
and white. The details and colors in the deck are so rich and
beautiful that I found myself wishing the book had color images.
Since it didn't, I made one for myself.
was scanned at high resolution to a page of its own along with
some of the notes from the book that came with the deck as well
as other sources. I was pleased with how it turned out and wanted
to offer it at no charge to folks at Aeclectic.net
who study tarot, like this particular deck, and might get something
out of a full-color guide.
Ciro was gracious
enough to grant me permission to make the guide available, and
I also have permission from Llewellyn, publisher of the deck,
with the stipulation that I include a link
to their site where people can order it from them. Sounds
the link below to download my Gilded Tarot study guide -- no charge,
of course! It's in Word format (80 pages) so you can edit it if
you like -- change the page order, edit the notes for each card,
print it to different sizes of paper, etc. It's a big file, about
22M, because of the detail and high resolution of the card images,
so it will take a few minutes to download, depending on the speed
of your internet connection.
the Gilded Tarot Study Guide
I hope you
enjoy it. If you have any questions or comments about the study
guide (or this site), please get in touch!
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