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Dark Angels Tarot Deck Cards – Apr 8 2010


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  • Publisher: Llewellyn Publications; Tcr Crds edition (April 8 2010)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0738720712
  • ISBN-13: 978-0738720715
  • Product Dimensions: 3.2 x 7 x 12.7 cm
  • Shipping Weight: 249 g
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #236,197 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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24 of 27 people found the following review helpful
End of Times style deck July 12 2010
By Tarot Girl - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Cards Verified Purchase
"When the dance is done the last grain of sand in the glass will fall and time itself shall end." from the LWB
Lo Scarabeo has recently released, "the Dark Angels Tarot," created by Luca Russo. I found this deck to be very "gothic." Most of the angels portrayed in this deck are very risque. It is a very post apocalyptic tarot. The palette used is dark greys, deep purples, shades of black, midnight blues, and golds. The backs of the cards have a symbol of a partial mask, this does make it difficult for reading reversals because you are able to see from the back if the card is reversed or not. The majors are not labeled by name, but have roman numerals on the top and bottom of the card. The art is beautiful in a dark way, I only wish that the images were slightly larger.
The minors are labeled by symbols, for example; on the wands at the bottom of the card is a aymbol of a wand and at the top is the number. The court cards are also labeled with symbols. The Page has a horse head symbol, the knight has a helmet, the queen has a feminine crown, and the king has a masculine crown. The borders on the minors also differentiate by color. The Wands border is grey, the cups border is red, the swords border is blue, and the pentacles border is a muted gold. The minors are not another rider/waite clone, they very loosely follow some of the rider waite symolism, but I feel Luca created his own symbolism in this deck.
The LWB is in english, italian, spanish, french, and German. I did enjoy the, "Secret Heart Spread" created for this tarot. The interpretaions for the cards listed in the lwb, i found to be entertaining. They are dark but very contemplative. My favorite interpretaion was for the Page of Wands, "The angel brings messages from the dead, the future is the past to come."
Overall I really enjoyed this deck. I feel that this deck would be ideal for doing, "shadow" work. If you are someone who enjoy's, "gothic" style art or post apocalyptic themes, I believe you will enjoy this deck.
9 of 9 people found the following review helpful
great addition to any dark tarot collections Dec 22 2010
By nursejuju - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Cards Verified Purchase
this deck is a beautiful. if you need an a deck where the each card literally tells you its meaning then this isn't a deck for you, the deck utilizes your own interpretation of the card. the images on this deck are dark but not to the point where it would creep out you or the questioner. the images are honestly just sad and gloomy. each card as with many tarot deck almost depicts its own story. which forces the reader to narrate it in his or her own way. the only drawback to this deck is the back piece depicting half of a mask, which is a giveaway if you utilize reversal readings. but as a collector this a very artistic deck. another good thing to point out is the theme is not over done. compared to a lot of 'dark' decks where the images are overly dramatic showing how 'gothic' the deck is. the images are primarily dark angels in a dark post apocalyptic world. there are no cliche looking vampires cover in blood or muscular werewolves howling at the moon.
this deck emphasizes on the darker and sadder aspect of life but as always 'in the darkness comes light. this is a good addition to any tarot arsenal to explore the darker aspect of reading, without the need to see excess blood, gore or excessive demonic imagery.
a funny fact if your a fan of the musician 'emily autumn' shes on the 9 of cups.
6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
Dark Angels Sept. 25 2011
By Uriel - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Cards Verified Purchase
If you have read my review of the Fallen Angels Oracle Cards, you know this is one of the few decks that has "spoken" to me.

I can't explain what exactly that means. Those of you dealing with spiritual matters might understand. I just knew, somehow, that this deck was the one for me.

So, for about 5 months, I hungered for this deck, and the Fallen Angels one. Finally I was able to obtain it, and I wasn't disappointed.

The cards themselves are beautiful. If you want to see samples, go to Aeclectic.com and find the deck. That's where I discovered it.

Each card has it's own dark beauty.

The only downside for me is the packaging. It's little more than that of normal playing cards. Maybe I am nit picking, but I do take pride in owning the decks I have, and the packaging matters.

For my part, I would have preferred something more like that found in my other decks. Wisdom of Avalon and Wisdom of the Hidden Realms. Sister decks by Colette Baron-Reid.

These have a lid that slides down to encompass the deck, book, and the bottom part of the box. Very slick in design and appearance.

Still, these cards are worth the investment. If you want a review on how they are used, just check Aeclectic's.

One thing about this, they are generally not something a novice would use. (Even though I am a novice, this was the first tarot deck that gave me a "mental shiver". So I got them despite being a novice.)

The suits and cards are arranged via symbols. There are no words on the cards. Not even the Major Arcana have this. So a novice to the craft may have a difficult time in remembering what each card is, let alone what it represents. This will come with practice, and experience, however.

All in all, this deck is very much worth the money I paid for it, and most likely will be for you as well.
4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
Beautiful dark deck June 29 2012
By Elizabeth - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Cards Verified Purchase
Hello everyone,

VIDEO REVIEW:

The video review is a look at the cards for anyone who has not seen the deck (9:30). The room was a little dark. I hope you enjoy seeing the cards.

WRITTEN REVIEW:

For those who do not want to watch a video review, let me just say a few words about this lovely deck. I think it is a particularly beautiful offering by Lo Scarabeo. The artwork is by the tarot creator, Luca Russo, and it is quite unusual in style. It works very well for a dark deck like this.

Some of my favorite cards are -- and there are so many that it is going to be hard to choose only a few -- I'll start with the Sun because it is so beautifully crafted. A Dark Angel clasps a glowing globe close to her as two angels dance in front of it. She is lit from behind by light. The play of light and dark in this card is beautifully done.

Our Empress is in a dark wooded forest. She herself is lit but is surrounded by darkness. The LWB sheds some light on this cards as follows: "At the end of time: The Empress of the angels nurtures the dreams of that which is past. She is the mother of death and the bearer of pain. They dwell within her and she rules over them." Wow, not quite what I would have thought! Fascinating.

The Page of Cups is a particularly beautiful dark angel with dark wings, near a lake. She holds onto a large silver cup. The LWB reads, "The angel of coercion grasps the cup of servitude and obeys."

The Ten of Wands shows a spectre of a figure standing under a haunted looking tree with many gnarled branches, under a dark, cloudy, night sky. There is the suggestion of a moon behind the clouds. The LWB reads, "The burden of ambition must be carried to the end of the road."

Our Queen of Swords is a beautiful ballerina. Traditional meanings are for her to be honest and forthright in her dealings. The LWB states, "Armed and ready the angel of sorrow will kill any that oppose her." That is beautiful and in keeping with this dark tarot!

I am enjoying reading the LWB and studying its meanings. It is written by Lillie, and I loved it. More, please!

I also loved the simple borders on these cards, with a number or symbol in the case of Pages, Knights, Queens and Kings, and a symbol for which suit -- Cups, Discs, Wands, or Swords. There are no languages on these cards, and the cards seem to work fine without them. I hope Lo Scarabeo follows with more decks in this style as it allows this artwork to really shine.

Justice is 8 and Strength is 11. Card backs are nonreversible. The back of the card is a mask design with a feather.

If I could wish for one thing from this deck, I would wish for a little more detail in some of the cards. It would be nice to see a little more tarot symbolism, even if it was not entirely traditional.

Overall, I really like this deck and am very glad to have it in my collection! I would recommend it to anyone who likes dark decks, gothic themed decks, or a nontraditional meditative deck.
4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
If you love Tarot cards for the art these are for you. Feb. 12 2011
By Brandie - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Cards Verified Purchase
These cards are beautiful. How ever they are not for beginers. They do not have face names or numbers. Which can be fusterating in the begining. They are a set of easier one to remember though due to the pictures are so vibrant and diffrent there is no question of which suite you are looking at.
I do not like the booklet that comees with them. the Designers could have put more effort into it. If you are new and just cant pass them up I suggest buying a book that explaines more about tarot so that you can learn and be comfortable using these cards as fast as you can charge them.
*** No really wheres the spell check***

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