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The Illuminated Tarot (Video Review)

Posted by Donnaleigh on March 30, 2011 at 7:46 PM
Iridescence
is the property of certain surfaces which appear to change color as the angle of view or the angle of illuminaton changes.

Iridescence
is commonly seen in items such as soap bubbles, butterfly wings, and sea shells.

Iridescence
is an optical phenomenon of surfaces in which hue changes in correspondence with the angle from which a surface is viewed.


Behold, a tarot deck like no other....the  King of Pentacles of all decks.

Today's video review features the magical, sparkling


This deck is absolutely amazing and vibrant,
and is a stand-out display of color and energy.


This is the deck of a lifetime.



Below is my brief, 8-minute video review,
longer if you want to stay to see all the cards of the deck in the end.
It is recommended you view the video enlarged
if you cannot see the glitter in the mini-version.
(click the "expand" icon on the bottom right corner of the video)

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To learn more about this deck, visit

Here's wishing you a tarot-filled week of bling!

Warmly,

Donnaleigh

Categories: Deck Reviews, DLs Videos