ARCHEON TAROT REVIEW
The Archeon Tarot features a mix of images from both traditional and non-traditional sources with a dream-like digital collage that is influenced by the author’s personal symbols and mythology.
Paul of Tarsus Paul of Tarsus, the vilifier of Christians Later, he converted to Christianity, apostle, and saint Paul of Tarsus, the apostle, saint and martyr wrote in the first century CE “We can see now through a glass, in darkness… Then we be able to see in clear sight, face to face. “(1 Cor.13:12) Paul wrote about our experiences of spiritual pursuit in this life, as well as in the life he believed to come. This Archeon Tarot by Timothy Lantz could have been Paul’s topic. The swirling, glowing photographs are dark uneven, and a bit unclear; reminding us that the images we might see in the past the future as well as the future with the help of the tarot not be crystal transparent. Vision and life in this realm of existence is naturally and inherently limited. Once we’ve risen into a higher realm and have a clearer vision, we’ll be able to see clearly. At the very least, that’s what we could think.
ARCHEON TAROT DETAILS
Lantz has developed an illustrated traditional format tarot deck that includes 78 cards, as well as the typical 22 of the Major Arcana. The Fool is the first card and includes Strength as VIII, and Justice in XI. The bright images range from being recognizably similar to the classic such as The Chariot, Strength The Hermit, as well as the Hermit as well as specifically Lantz like The high Priestess(see scan on the other webpage), Temperance(see scan) as well as The World(autumn leaf). In The Devil, the Devil is a charmingly fun Pan figure. The stunning Moon card, which is always considered a “test card” for me includes an entire moon, smaller moons that are phased and two female figures and two ravens(a variety of these amazing black birds can be seen on a variety of cards). Despite not having towers, pooches, or an eagle, this is an extremely evocative picture. The Majors contain at most 11 cards featuring moon images(and Minors have 15) This isn’t something that would be a problem in my mind! In fact, Death(see the scan) is the most dark of these images.