THE CASANOVA TAROT REVIEW
Casanova’s sexual tarot cards are based on her experiences and life in Venice. The Tarot of Casanova is composed of normal amounts of nakedness, but the cards can connect to tarot archetypes.
Giacomo Casanova was a famous (or not) man for his love for women and their interest in him. He lived in Venice in the 18th century. The Tarot of Casanova focuses on Casanova’s life, setting, and experiences. Naturally, this had a strong sexual impact.
LWB assures us that the Tarot of Casanova was ‘the result of substantial imaginative as well as extensive research study. The LWB offers their apologies to anyone who might find the style offensive but welcomes all to view the deck with an open mind. Although the images are sexy and focus on Casanova’s amorous adventures, they aren’t as difficult as the Garden of Priapo Tarot photos. They also connect to the tarot card archetypes. Also, the maker paid attention to integrating Casanova’s love and background – the canals and edges as well the structures of what was at the time the Republic of Venice.
Although females are the sexiest items in this deck, there are many busty females that are exposed from frontal and behind. However, male nakedness is almost non-existent. The Three and also Four of Chalices have a male breast, as well as the Eights of Swords as Pentacles, respectively. However, every other man is fully dressed and often covered up. Most cards show males and women of hetero sex, with their hair in different styles. However, not all cards have large areas of flesh. The Aces are still-life photos depicting Venetian canals as well as structures. All courts, however the Queens, are unique and fully clothed men.
Majors are archetypes that are fairly standard, with Justice being called number VIII and Strength being number XI. Some, such as the Hierophant and the cards from the Tower to The World, are G-rated. Others, like Justice or the Magician, have a more sexual bent.
THE CASANOVA TAROT CARD SPECIFICATIONS
“I – The Magician” – Initiative, solitary competence, capacity, shrewdness, self-control, and self-reliance on the idea. Remember: Casanova as well as the Marquise d’UrfA(c)
“XX – Judgement – Examine, repercussions. To lay oneself treatment. The orgasm. Spiritual or ethical awakening. Remember: A face can reveal hesitation and embarrassment as well, but also recognition and an impending decision.
“Three of Wands” – A conclusion to temptation, offering satisfaction campaign, choice
The Tarot of Casanova can be used as a style deck or an art deck. It can also be used as a sexual deck. This deck is ideal for both regular analyses and those with extra physical needs.