Gilded Reverie Lenormand Review Roundup

Ciro Marchetti's Oracle of visions party puzzle

Ciro Marchetti

Acclaimed artist Ciro Marchetti has transformed the traditional Lenormand cards with a rich, new aesthetic featuring gilded edges and accents. Gilded Reverie Lenormand remains true to the iconic 36-card oracle system made famous in the 19th century by Mlle Lenormand, the fortune-teller to Napoleon and Josephine Bonaparte. Recently, there has been a groundswell of renewed interest in reading with Lenormand decks. Gilded Reverie’s elaborately detailed images in vivid, jewel-toned colors render the 36-card Lenormand system more appealing and accessible than ever. A 48-page booklet provides insightful interpretations and instructions. Ciro Marchetti is an award-winning artist who has designed five tarot and oracle decks including Tarot of Dreams and Oracle of Visions. Prints, puzzles and other items featuring his artwork are popular around the world.

See the artist’s video.

GildedReverieLenormand_3002 Here are just a few of the rave reviews this gorgeous deck is receiving. (Please note that the card error mentioned in a few has been corrected. If you get a copy that has a duplicate card, just let us know!)

GildedReverie_14In her Aeclectic Tarot review, Erica says, “this deck is very enjoyable and easy to read.”

GildedReverie_3CardsPromotion002Elizabeth of Tarot by Elizabeth was “absolutely blown away by this Lenormand deck”.

Donnaleigh of Divine Whispers shouts her praise: “Luscious, opulent, rich, vibrant, gem-like, sturdy”.

Over at Tarot Notes, Zanna declares this “a treasure/jewel of a deck”.

GildedReverie_BookLily002Terri of Tarot Reviews is sure no one will be disappointed!

Alura at Everything Under The Moon says she was tickled pink by this deck.

Kayla from the Eclectic Element warns, “Don’t let this seemingly simple deck fool you, though!”

GildedLenormand_10Ship“The luxurious feel” is what Ellen from the Grey Lady’s Hearth talks about impressing her.

Enjoy one of Donnaleigh’s amazing video review of the Gilded Reverie Lenormand.

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Dance Of Opposites–A Tarot Blog Hop

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Thank you for joining us on our Beltane or May Day 2014 Tarot Blog Hop. To navigate, just click previous  or next to go to the next blog post.

Our blog hop wrangler this time is Aisling from Utah. She tasked us with  discussing The Union of Opposites. She wanted to see our own take about how combining two dissimilar things which may seem to be in opposition to one another can produce an harmonious whole.

We decided to show you two sets of opposites from five different decks.
The Empress is the embodiment of life and abundance whereas Death is about embracing that final change. See how these five decks interpret this particular dance of opposites.

Do you think Death yearns for what the Empress offers? Or is it the other way around?

Deviant Moon | Death vs. The Empress

Deviant Moon | Death vs. The Empress

Cat's Eye | Death vs. The Empress

Cat’s Eye | Death vs. The Empress

Thoth | Death vs. The Empress

Thoth | Death vs. The Empress

Rider Waite Smith | Death vs. The Empress

Rider Waite Smith | Death vs. The Empress

Joie de Vivre | Death vs the Empress

Joie de Vivre | Death vs the Empress

 Next we offer the delicate dance of opposites between the Devil and Strength. Is it sometimes stronger to give into temptation?

Deviant Moon | Strength vs The Devil

Deviant Moon | Strength vs The Devil

Cat's Eye | Strength vs The Devil

Cat’s Eye | Strength vs The Devil

Thoth | Strength vs The Devil

Thoth | Strength vs The Devil

Rider Waite Smith | Strength vs. Devil

Rider Waite Smith | Strength vs. Devil

Joie de Vivre | Strength vs The Devil

Joie de Vivre | Strength vs The Devil

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