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Medici Tarot, Fine Art Edition
(Digital Tarot Deck/Kit)
Created By Londa R. Marks

Published By Alchemist Publishing LLC

Undeniably, Medici Tarot® project was divinely guided. One would think that Il Magnifico was indeed omnipresent and

orchestrating another body of artwork; channeling Medici Tarot® through Londa Marks. The pure gold of Medici Tarot® is

that it will cause you to analyze your own life journey; where you came from, where you are now and where you want to go. More importantly, it should inspire a call to action. When you hold Medici Tarot® deck in your hands you will feel the power of Medici. 

 

Cosimo Medici, Pater Patriae, said, "Those who associate themselves with Medici always do well."

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Description

ISBN:   978-1-935615-54-5
Year Published: July 01, 2011

Genre: Fantasy Collectible Tarot Card Game

Format: Digital Tarot with 54 pages that include divinations with card images and instructions.

Artist: Londa R. Marks  

 

The prolific artist, Londa Marks, twice published by the world’s largest publisher of tarot decks and kits such as "Lord Of The Rings Tarot," U.S. Games Systems, Inc., owns 80 of her original oil paintings she created for "Londa Tarot" deck and house them in a private museum along with Salvador Dali tarot and 25th century Visconti-Sforza tarot. U.S. Games also owns and published the first ever created digital tarot deck, "Crows Magick Tarot" with 80 cards and book by Londa R. Marks. 

Stuart Kaplan, CEO U.S. Games Systems said, “You are one of the most talented artist’s I have had the honor of working with.”

Londa has also invented, written and designed 15 Tarot decks that include 22 to 78 scenes/cards per kit; Numerous paintings and ink illustrations, products, fashion, catalogs and booklets and 34 music magazines are included in her archives.

The illustrations, cover design, and contents are protected by copyright. No part of this game or booklet may be reproduced in any form or by any means, without written permission from the publisher, except by a reviewer who wishes to quote brief passages in connection with a review written for inclusion in a magazine or newspaper.