INFLUENCE OF THE ANGELS TAROT REVIEW
Angels’ spiritual influence over human experience is beautifully portrayed in this gilt-edge deck through classic-inspired artwork. The 184-page illustrated guidebook features in-depth descriptions, symbolism, and angelic messages. In addition to the 78 tarot cards, two reference cards are included in this glorious set presented in a deluxe box with gold foil accents.
Influence of the Angels is one of the most beautiful angels in Tarot decks. While the artwork is digitally collaged, however, it’s not a feeling in any way. The classic paintings of antiquity are expertly reconstructed into Tarot’s architecture, and present the Christian vision of angels. The technical aspects here are perfect.
Angeles as Barbessi notes is celestial messengers who communicate between God and humanity. In the book The Influence of Angels, the Major Arcana feature named angels and they are the Minor Arcana feature nameless ones. The back of the book offers two spreads specifically designed for the deck that any from beginner to experienced readers can utilize.
INFLUENCE OF THE ANGELS TAROT CARD DETAILS
There are 22 Majors assigned an angel and instead of using cards that reverse, each one is a combination of the direct meaning as well as the shadow meaning. Key 1″ The magician” refers to Michael whose significance to you when playing the card is: Pay attention to the distinction between self-confidence and excessive confidence. The Hierophant is believed to be the angel Hasmal who is a “fire-speaking angel whose name means primordial wisdom.” In Key 5, Hasmal manifests as a clergyman. Key 6 The Lovers are believed to belong to Chamuel who provided comfort to Adam and Eve when they were cast from Eden. Key 17: The Star is Raphael which refers to “God heals.” The Moon card is Elemiah or “hidden God,” the angel of inner travels. Elemiah oversees the oceans, securing the seafarers. When you play The Moon card, your divine message is this The act of ignoring the root cause of anxiety can cause the anxiety to grow. Be aware of the darkness, so that you can be able to discern what is real and which are illusion or fantasy. In the book of Judgement, the four angels are depicted: Zachriel, Taharial, Colopatiron, and Value. Key 19 is not so much about displaying a named angel, but more about illustrating God’s omnipotent power.