Madame Endora's Fortune Cards blend Egyptian, Celtic and fantasy themes into an original, easy-to-use oracle deck of 48 cards. Most artwork is dimensional and detailed, but for 15 cards which seem a little more rushed. From Monolith Graphics, the publishers of the Gothic Tarot.
Artist:Christine Filipak Year: Items:48 Product Dimensions: 3.00 x 5.00 inches = 7.62cm x 12.70cm Suit Names: Royal Court, Realm of Fable, Bestiary, Treasury, Elements Court Cards: 1 King, 1 Queen, The Wizard, The Seer, The Knight, The Maiden, The Minstrel, The Harlequin Comments: Card Titles: The Golem, The Greenman, Hindrance, Medusa, The Satyr, Seduction, Serendipity, The Siren, The Sphinx, The Spirit, The Black Cat, The Chimera, The Dragon, The Gryphon, The Raven, The Serpent, The Spider, The Unicorn, The Wolf, The Wyvern, The Caduceus, The Chalice, The Dagger, The Gate, The Hand of Fate, The Hourlgass, The Key, Love, The Mystic Circle, The Oracle, The Shield, The Talisman, The Sun, The Moon, The Stars, The Air, The Earth, Fire, Water, The Winds of Change
These cards are just amazing. This deck of fortune telling cards offers insightful advice concerning matters of love, money, health, and general prosperity. The artwork on these cards are based on Old World myth and lores, and blends Egyptian, Celtic, and Fantasy themes in an elegant style.
Each card has what it is called at the top and at the bottom of the cards has the meaning. The deck comes with 48 cards and a booklet included. Each card as a black background and each image that is used is done with vibrant colors. According to the booklet itself all cards are read right side up, however I and other psychics who read cards have found that you can read them reverse also giving them a different meaning.
The King: (Done in Egyptian style done in a brownish to gold tone on a black background. The king sits on his throne and pops out at you.) The Royal Court card, the king represents a dominate rule figure. A distinguished and wise man, the king is a natural leader who can access and take charge of any situation. He is, at times a lawmaker and judge, and must balance power with diplomacy. The king also represents great riches and inheritance. Reversed this card could mean that the king is now losing his powers. His leadership, judgment are no longer in balance. Riches are being lost and over spending of inheritance soon shall be gone. Your emotions are getting of the way of making judgments.
The Queen: (Also done in Egyptian style. This card is done with brown tones with blue, yellow and red tones.) This is also a Royal Court card, the queen represents a dominated female figure, she is a respected and refined woman who is sympathetic and nurturing, yet emotionally confident. The queen also represents love, prosperity and fertility. Reversed: Could mean trouble in the love department. Could also mean that you are no longer as confident as you once where.
I bought a few decks as we will be doing a festival soon, and wanted to see how well they sell along with The Gothic Tarot by Joseph Vargo. I received them today and sold 5 of them as fast as I could get them out of the box. Of course all of them where psychics who purchased them and we all sat down and did a reading for each other. And found that you don't have to read them right side up after all but inverted as well.
I also found that they are accurate and to the point of the matter. So needless to say the five of us who have the cards have agreed that we will all start reading with them. They are for professional readings as well as self readings, as these cards don't mince words. (I have also found that there is one card in the deck called The Hand of Fate, and it is here that some palmistry reading comes into to play. If you don't already know palmistry you may want to get some basics down on this if you are reading for others.) This deck is a must have deck for anyone who loves The Gothic Tarot by Joseph Vargo, you will find you will love Madam Endora's Fortune Cards just as much.