The Spirit of the Tarot
The Search for God's Picturebook

1JJ Tarot Cards

A gaily attired young man pauses momentarily at the edge of a precipice. The abyss at his feet holds no terror for him. His face expresses disarming innocence. He is a jester dressed in a gorgeous red, yellow and blue vestments and he wears a conical foolscap with ornamental pompons. In his right hand he holds a wand, symbol of his spirit and enthusiasm…He is the creative person about to savor the freshness of the morning of life. (S.R. Kaplan, Tarot Cards for Fun and Fortune Telling. U.S. Games Systems, Inc., 1970-1985, p 14)

A.G. Mueller

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