Art of Love Tarot Review (All 78 Cards Revealed)

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ART OF LOVE TAROT REVIEW

The Art of Love Tarot is an 78-card deck of tarot with illustrations curated from Denise Jarvie from the large collection of works of spiritual artist Toni Carmine Salerno. The deck features the Rider-Waite base, however it is not traditional and distinct in its symbolic meaning.

The Art of Love Tarot is meant to serve as a channel for the divine love. By allowing ourselves to be open to the possibility of love from God, we let it move through us to the lives of other people. The more we show love, more, the more we will receive. This Art Of Love Tarot acts to focus our attention on the energy that moves through our lives and ways we can harness them to fulfill our dreams and desires. When we are focused on love, the negative emotions and state of mind diminish and we are transformed into an awe-inspiring being.

The artwork that is Toni Carmine Salerno is probably well-known to many users of oracle cards and art lovers of the new age. He has illustrated numerous books, including more than a dozen decks of oracles as well as prints journals, cards, and other publications. His work is generally spiritual and include bohemian and Aquarian themes, such as angels divine beings, gods, people who are transcendent or in healing state, Gaia and the Earth as the embodiment of the Divine as a manifestation of love through loving relationships and loving actions, as well as mystic symbolism.

Writer Denise Jarvie was attracted to Salerno’s healing work and realized the potential of these images as Tarot cards. Instead of forcing images into the framework of traditional tarot she permitted, through naturally and spiritually guided methods, the images to select the cards they represent. In light of the artistic subject matter and the vast collection of work by Toni Carmine Salerno this process is probably not as bizarre as it seems.

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Jarvie is a seasoned Rider Waite Smith user, so it’s not a surprise to learn that The Art Of Love Tarot was designed to be a mirror of its famous predecessor. A few changes have been made in order to reflect the current needs and concepts however, it is the traditional tarot, with its traditional divinatory significance. This is a 78-card Tarot deck, which includes the Major Arcana cards being 22 Arcana as well as 56 minor Arcana. A number of Major Arcana cards are given new names but they are essentially identical in their nature as the traditional Tarot deck. The Fool has been changed to The Beginning, The Hierophant is now The Teacher. The Chariot is now The Path The Strength has become The Force, The Hermit is now The Retreat, The Wheel of Fortune transforms into The Wheel, Justice becomes The Divine Order, The Hanged Man is now The Turnaround, Death is renamed The Release, Temperance has become The Acceptance and It’s The Devil becomes The Shadow the Tower becomes The Ego The Judgement card was named The Awakening and then The World has been transformed into The Universe.

The Art of Love Tarot: Illuminating the Creative Heart, 78 Full Colour Cards and 166 Book: Amazon.co.uk: Denise Jarvie, Toni Carmine Salerno: 9781925538021: Books

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