Gummy Bear Tarot Review (All 78 Gummy Bear Tarot Cards REVEALED!)

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GUMMY BEAR TAROT REVIEW

It is the Gummy Bear Tarot contains cards that are Rider-Waite in style with chewy lollies known as Gummi bears. The deck was initially published by the German publisher German under the name of Gummibear Tarot, however, it was released in English. English version – featuring English names – came out and launched on the 5th of May, 2005. US Games.

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The style of art is simple, but it is very similar to Rider-Waite’s style but in a much more simplified manner. This does allow the adept Tarot reader, from beginner to advanced to grow with psychic insight.

The cards’ fronts are white with a thin border. The Major Arcana are labeled with the Title as well as an arbitrary number (Fool=0). My favorite Major cards include The Devil and Death and the Hierophant (who seems female to me). Minors are also labeled as well. Two of my favorite cards include those of the 5 of Pentacles, with two misplaced Gummys outside of the church (one boring) and the ominous black-caped Gummy from the 5 of Cups. The reverses of the cards contain 16 bears. four rows of green, blue, red, and white. It’s difficult to tell from the reverse if you’ve drawn reversed cards.

The book suggests taking advantage of Celtic Spread or one to three readings. Regarding the significance of the cards is concerned The meanings contained in the book that are assigned to the cards differ slightly and are far more positive than the Rider Waite. Furthermore, there is none of the “reversal” meanings per se the meanings are just “strengths” and “weaknesses.

Gummy Bear Tarot: Dietmar Bittrich: 9781572814714: Amazon.com: Books

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