Category Archives: Database Monday

Overviews and scans of card decks in my database.

Database in the Post Modern World

Collectors often have a focus or specific genre in their deck collecting. I tend to like plant and animal decks, but I also like decks with history or art history in them. One of the finest decks for a ramble … Continue reading

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Database in the Golden World

“…fleet the time carelessly as they did in the golden world.” [Shakespeare, As You Like It] This week while looking through one of my art history books, I came across a leopard that Kat Black had used in her collaged … Continue reading

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Database in Medieval Blue

Guido Zibordi Marchesi illustrated the Medieval Tarot that I am discussing today, as well as the Giotto Tarot, one of my first and favourite decks, and the Bruegel Tarot which illustrates many of the Netherlandish Proverbs. The only deck of … Continue reading

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A Revisit and Overview of Database Monday

Database Monday is a category where I post about card decks and use the scans from my digital visual database to discuss them, perhaps adding a few personal notes and updates. Memory is a strange thing, I thought I’d done … Continue reading

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Database in Mordor

Database Monday on Thursday…we had some house viewings this week and I am way behind, having swiffered the floors interminably this week and resurrected some patchwork pillows I made in the 1980s for decorative accents. Steven Bright, master of the … Continue reading

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Database Tiptoes Through the Fabric Collage

Another of my favourite decks by Chronicle Books is The Healing Deck: 36 Affirmations for Mental, Physical, and Spiritual Wellness by Monte Farber and Amy Zerner. My first tarot deck was the Zerner Farber Tarot by these two, and I … Continue reading

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Database Walk Through Ecumenism

Let’s tiptoe through Database Monday on Thursday. I seem to be having an allergic reaction to something with the mad itchies coupled with insomnia at 2 a.m. This is the Kazanlar Tarot by Emil Kazanlar published in 1996 by A.G. … Continue reading

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