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  • Publisher: Llewellyn Publications; Tcr Crds edition (July 8 2009)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0738718548
  • ISBN-13: 978-0738718545
  • Product Dimensions: 12.4 x 6.9 x 3 cm
  • Shipping Weight: 431 g
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1 customer review)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #213,033 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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By Vincent Wu on July 5 2014
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Good works of art, but the gender of the characters within these 78 cards are seriously off-balanced. After I bought it I found out that this is more of a female deck.
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24 of 25 people found the following review helpful
A Surrealistic Journey into the Twilight! July 28 2009
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From samples over the internet, these cards "called" to me. I didn't know exactly why, but then it hit me. "Wow! This is Tim Burton meets Tarot", I thought. It's undeniable that the imagery in the Tarot of the Sweet Twilight seems to be taken out of movies like "The Night Before Christmas" and "Corpse Bride". However, this is not just a rehash of the Rider Tarot in the spirit of those movies, but an ingeniously designed deck by Christina Benintende.

The cards on this deck are bordered black, with a reversible back to behold. The imagery losely follows the Rider tradition in a surrealistic fashion. With muted but contrasting colors, each card sucessfully captures the environment at twilight. At times, a sun and a moon will be seen at opposite ends of a card. The characters are languish being of pale skin that at all times captivate your imagination with their hidden emotions. However, this is by no mean a depressing deck.

Each card on this deck is labeled top and bottom on six languages including English, Italian, Spanish, French, German and Dutch. The Major Arcana are numbered at the top with stylish purple roman numerals, starting at 0 with The Fool. No matter how much I try, I won't be able to make justice to these cards. Instead, I can say that my mind was full of wonder as I enjoyed them. Is there a scythe as the shadow of the skeletal figure in Death? Is that an effigy of Yoda at the bottom left corner of Strength?

The suits in the Minor Arcana (chalices, pentacles, wands and swords) are subtly integrated into the imagery. The pip cards are fully illustrated and numbered at the top. There are a lot of interesting cards in the Minor Arcana like Ace of Cup with a woman bathing in a cup, Nine of Pentacles with a Catwoman look a like in view, and Knave of Wands with a troubadour with a spanish guitar to mention a few.

The only disappointing part of this deck is perhaps the Little White Book that comes with it. If you wanted to know what inspired the designer, you won't find an answer there. However, the descriptions were to point of the imagery on the cards.

If you like surrealistic art and tarot, this is probably a good deck for you. I suspect this is a deck I will enjoy for a long while.
14 of 14 people found the following review helpful
Lovely Redo for Tarot Sept. 4 2009
By N. Almack - Published on
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This isn't a typical Rider-Waite clone deck. A fair number of the illustrations depart from the standard symbology, but not so much that the interpretaions are totally lost! You shouldn't have too much trouble adapting to the deck for doing readings from.

But that's not really why I dig this deck. It's the look. The colors are vivid, but not overly cheerful. I read a review where someone felt that it was the deck that Tim Burton never made, and I think that is an apt description. It's got some gloomy outlook amidst the more upbeat cards, and the drawings are rather charming. It's not as far out there as the Deviant Moon Deck either; it's stylised without departing from certain Tarot norms.

Additionally the card stock is a good wieght and the finish is not overly slick making them easy to handle. Lo Scarabo's boxes have a different fold at the bottom that doesn't roughen up the cards when you put them back in. The little white book is a bit on the sparse side, but that's standard. The meanings given in it do seem to vary a bit from what you learn elsewhere, but I found them to be relatively easy incorporated twists of other decks.

All in all, charming without being overly cheerful or theme interpretive.
7 of 7 people found the following review helpful
Sweet Twilight Nov. 4 2009
By Bonnie Hoffer - Published on
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Simply put: This deck is amazing.
The cards are great quality with beautiful artwork. It's magical, depressing, emotional, artistic, but without being over done. It is what it is, the sweet sweet twilight.
I did a great deal of research before purchasing and I am beyond satisfied.
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
Tragically Cute July 25 2012
By Nicole Morragan - Published on
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I thought I would be so in love with these cards and connect immediately with them, but I was wrong. =[

That being said, it is of the Rider-Waite-Smith Tradition, but not a 'clone'.
The artwork is pretty fascinating, and cute, but the images do not seem to convey traditional meanings very well.
There's lots of face-paint on the human/fairy/part-animal characters, funky Suns & Moons, quirky animal friends, and peculiar environments to keep you entertained.
It's not VERY sad/mopey/morose, but sometimes certain cards have that Deviant Moon Tarot tortured-soul thing going on.

The LWB (Little White Book) is next to useless. Most of the "meanings" found within are verbal-summaries of the artwork. I can SEE what is being presented, but what does it MEAN!? Some "meanings" are simply questions. Yes, it could force you to dig deeper/use your intuition; but if you wanted to find some concrete answers or are new to Tarot, it's pretty infuriating.

There are some pop-culture references found within the artwork: The Hermit screams Rob Zombie to me, Yoda makes a crystal- like appearance in Strength, the Ace of Wands card reminds me of James and the Giant Peach, the 9 of Pentacles is Cat Woman, 10 Pentacles reminds me of Sally from Nightmare Before Christmas, and the Knave Pentacles reminds me of Willy Wonka.

The box is pretty awesome (the standard, but awesome Lo Scarabeo design), where there is no bottom flap to destroy your cards when you tuck them away inside the box.

I really wanted to love this deck, and I so thought I would, but we just don't connect. For now...
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
Tarot of the Sweet Twilight April 25 2011
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I have a lot of tarot decks and I would have to say at the moment this is my favorite. I read from the card not the book so it is important the details in the card.
They have been so good for readings with my self and others. I just love the color's in this deck as well as the detail. I get bored very easily with tarot decks though
I think this one will take me a long time to get bored with.
Great deck
Lady Storm

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