The High Deck review by Bonnie Cehovet
If anything was/is a labor of love, it would be this 38 card deck and 135 page companion book. In his acknowledgments, Wald gives intense thanks to his father, Arthur Amberstone, for conceiving the deck, writing the manuscript, designing the cards, and inventing the games. Wald also acknowledges the role that his wife Ruth Ann played in birthing this project, and the role that Tarot luminary Robert M. Place played in restoring the original and designing the back of the cards.
I was quite interested to see that Wald imported the spirit, and much of the substance of the High Deck, into his work with the Tarot. That alone tells me that this deck has substance. Anyone who has taken a class from the Tarot school on the symbolism of the Tarot will appreciate the symbolism in this deck... read all reviews
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