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by Luis Royo

Free eBook The Labyrinth Tarot download ISBN: 1932413243
Author: Luis Royo
Publisher: Heavy Metal; Regular Edition edition (January 1, 2005)
Language: English
Pages: 112
Category: Religion
Subcategory: New Age and Spirituality
Size MP3: 1557 mb
Size FLAC: 1958 mb
Rating: 4.7
Format: rtf lrf docx lit


The paintings are done in Royo's trademark sepia style with color-washed backrounds, and are stunningly evocative even without the explanations he provides for each; no trouble establishing a mood with this guy.

The paintings are done in Royo's trademark sepia style with color-washed backrounds, and are stunningly evocative even without the explanations he provides for each; no trouble establishing a mood with this guy. The scale is satisfyingly large, which makes it extremely useful as a companion piece to the rather small Labyrinth Tarot Deck sold elsewhere (which is difficult to get hold of, but not impossible). Dark and sexy, troubling and illuminating, frisky and solemn - Royo does it all.

Luis Royo's artwork is just beautiful. From what I hear this book and tarot deck are commonly bought just so people can own some of Royo's work, and I can see why.

Spirituality, self-improvement. Luis Royo's artwork is just beautiful. If you use the Labyrinth deck this book is probably useful since the deck isn't user friendly. I mostly like it for the art, the deck itself is pretty dark. The little white book with it just isn't enough to really explain everything. It's heavy in symbolism and numerology, mythology, religion, etc. Luis Royo's artwork is just beautiful

The Labyrinth: Tarot.

The Labyrinth: Tarot. Pages: 112. The Tarot is an ancient wisdom stored in seventy-eight cards divided into twenty-two Major Arcana and fifty-six Minor Arcana. This book includes all the illustrations with explanatory texts written by Luis Royo himself about the hidden meaning of each card and its power over the fate of people.

Not so gloomy after all. Luis Royo The Labyrinth Tarot -Death . Here's a look at Luis Royo's Labyrinth Tarot This places the Book of Enoch as being around 5500 years old. Enoch was born 622 years after the creation of Adam, an. . Luis Royo The Labyrinth Tarot -Death-. The Death - pretty awesome art on this Tarot Card. Luis Royo's Tarot Cards ~ Could it be Madness-this? The grim reaper at home. A5 Print  Tarot Cards Death (Picture Poster Art Playing Card Wicca Magic). Here's a look at Luis Royo's Labyrinth Tarot. I tend to like most of Royo's work, so this one is an automatic win for me, but I also like t. Queen of Pentacles. This places the Book of Enoch as being around 5500 years old. Enoch was born 622 years after the creation of Adam, and that makes the Book of Enoch one of the oldest Books on planet Earth. If you're not really interested in doing tarot cards, this book is still very cool. Great artwork as usual, and a whole lot of information on each card in the deck. Just Get It. By Thriftbooks. com User, October 21, 2006. Vastly under-rated as a really useful, easy-to-read, modern interpretation of the classic Tarot. The book sold here is everything Antonio says it is below.

Luis Royo - The Labyrinth Tarot - Major Arcana: The Fool 0, Uranus Impulse, infatuation, blind to the truth, childlike, pure and uncorrupt. The eternal optimist, ready to leap into anything, taking each adventure as it comes, spontaneous and carefree, going on a personal quest, impulsively setting off into the unknown. The Labyrinth: Tarot (el Tarot del laberinto) Luis Royo. Luis Royo - The Labyrinth Tarot - Major Arcana: The Fool 0, Uranus Impuls. n maestro. Luis Royo - The Labyrinth Tarot - Major Arcana: The Fool 0, Uranus Impulse, infatuation, blind to the truth, childlike, pure and uncorrupt.

The Labyrinth Tarot Fans of internationally renowned illustrator Luis Royo, as well as tarot aficionados, will delight in the dreamy atmosphere, sensual figures, and superb workmanship of this finely-crafted, collectible tarot deck--created by one of the most popular fantasy artists of our time. The Labyrinth Tarot’s powerful images, featuring Pagan and astrological symbols, were conceived solely for this eagerly-awaited project from Royo, whose award-winning work has adorned a wide range of merchandise and media, including comic books, games, and science fiction from major publishers.

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User reviews
Wild Python
Beautiful deck and the book is fantastic!
Shistus
I have the deck that completes this book. The book is better. The cards, sadly, do not contain as much artwork as the book. If you're not really interested in doing tarot cards, this book is still very cool. Great artwork as usual, and a whole lot of information on each card in the deck.
Soustil
This item was bought as a gift. The recipient was quite pleased to receive it. Thank you!
Vaua
It has wonderful illustrations, a good piece to have in one's collection whether they believe the mystery of Tarot or not. The stories and images for each picture are interesting to read regardless. Sometimes just having items that inspire emotions can change one's moods, perhaps move them to do some creative magick of their own.
Garne
Love, Love, Love!
Nto
This is not a tarot deck. It is a book of the tarot deck. On the positive, the characters are great. On the negative, i don't follow misplacement of weapons.
Onaxan
Vastly under-rated as a really useful, easy-to-read, modern interpretation of the classic Tarot.

The book sold here is everything Antonio says it is below. The paintings are done in Royo's trademark sepia style with color-washed backrounds, and are stunningly evocative even without the explanations he provides for each; no trouble establishing a mood with this guy. The scale is satisfyingly large, which makes it extremely useful as a companion piece to the rather small Labyrinth Tarot Deck sold elsewhere (which is difficult to get hold of, but not impossible).

Dark and sexy, troubling and illuminating, frisky and solemn -- Royo does it all. Like Antonio says, you don't have to have any interest in or knowledge of Tarot to get more than your money's worth here; but you just might find yourself getting interested anyway -- and since you can't really do tarot readings with a book, you might take a stab at tracking down one of those decks.

A previous Tarot deck by Royo -- "The Black Tarot" -- is even harder to find, and is much more concerned with exploring the dark side of things. The paintings there are full-color and often shockingly explicit sexually and/or emotionally; it's not as useful as a readable tarot deck as the "Labyrinth"is, but, man those images hit home! Too bad Royo didn't put THAT out in book form ...
I'm not a big fan of Luis Royo. I don't believe in tarot or paganism. But I do really like symbolic imagery, so detailed interpretations of the tarot intrigue me.

I found this book at a game store and looked through it at random and was really amazed by its content.

Rather than the usual vague explanation of what each card portends when it is turned up, Luis Royo's explanations of each card offer historical origins, interpretations, and clarifications as to the meaning behind the symbolism of each card.

That alone makes this worth reading to me.

But besides that, Luis Royo's art for both the major AND minor arcana (some artists just do the major), is exceptionally pretty and far more Impressionistic than his typical stuff.

Sure, it's got his usual beautiful scantily-clad women, but his proverbial brush is much softer and more reminiscent of charcoal here than most of what I've seen by him. He also puts a slightly different but logical spin on some of the tarot symbolism, and each of his interpretations and pretty to look at and interesting to read about.

This is a must-have for any tarot enthusiast -- or, if you're like me, anyone who is entertained by symbolism in art and the history of such.