CRYSTAL VISIONS TAROT REVIEW
Crystal Visions Tarot, a tarot deck of dream art, is based on Rider-Waite meaning and also framework but offers a distinct image. The musician can sell prints of the cards. United States Games has also released the deck.
This deck’s name was inspired by Stevie Nicks‘ CD Crystal Visions. Galasso also connects her spiritual passion to Stevie Nicks’ haunting voice, angelic nature, and poetic verses. The deck’s images also show her interest in clairvoyance. Although it is not intended by the musician, I must agree with the intro that many of the images in the deck do evoke the faerie realm.
CRYSTAL VISIONS TAROT CARD DETAILS
This deck is a standard 78-card deck. For the Major Arcana, the traditional names are kept, with Strength at VIII and Justice at XI. The matches include Pentacles, Cups, and Swords as well as Wands. The Court Cards can be qualified Page, Queen, Knight, and Knight. The Major Arcana also contains an additional card, the Unknown Card. It is a symbol for a solution that is still not fully disclosed. I love decks that include an additional card like this. We can all understand Kat Black’s Happy Squirrel from the “Touchstone Tarot”, but we also know how to appreciate Monica Clio Sakki’s Artist from the “Sakki Sakki Tarot”. The Unknown Card is used to describe something in the past or what is most likely to happen in the future. This card shows the location where action is required to clear the large image. It is also a tip to keep your mind open and not be predisposed.
The 1/4″ white border of the card reveals the same card deal with, with the card title in all-time low. The history shade shows the fit: the Major Arcana, Wands, Cups, Cups, Swords, and Pentacles are both yellow. The artwork is done in a dream style, using reds, eco-friendlies and lavender as well as dark brownish. The house has a sense of “spirituality“, meekness, and also a feeling that draws one in.