On one of the Internet forums, I once came across a classification of the most famous love decks according to their belonging to one of the Tarot suits.
If you're curious, the two of swords is about as explicit as this deck gets, and that's pretty explicit.
Creating a coherent reading out of a tangle of tarot cards is a big challenge.
It's the electricity in the air when you're around your crush, the general creative feeling you get at the beginning of a new project.
In addition, it is also worth noting that in the deck dedicated to the life and adventures of Giacomo Casanova, most of the illustrations are revealed against the backdrop of the incredibly picturesque corners of Venice, which gives the cards a special charm.
I actually really like what they did here as this deck is clearly meant for dealing with sexual related issues rather than trying to stick to traditional RWS meanings.
Pagan Tarot deck Pagan Tarot presents experiences in the world of Witches and master Pagan in a combination between traditional Wicca prototypes and modern styles within traditional Tarot structures.
What is that smile on her face? How else would The Magician have gained his experience? On the Arcana, Giacomo makes love to two girls at the same time — these are the Savorgnan sisters.