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Merlinsmagic
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Yes the artwork & overall look is fantastic & unique ! Wondering when the e book with further indepth explanations on ToFC cards will be available on these ( as mentioned on pdf manual)....?
Rick is busy with mailing out ASH now, I'll ask him about it little later as he can use a well deserved break Smile
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Wanted to let you all know that the Four Corners Instruction Manual is now finally finished. Yes, Roth & Stoltz made, er, I mean "let" me write it!

Just PM me with your COA# and the email address where you'd like to receive it. And feel free to criticize the heck out of it and be sure to let me know if you find any problems.
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The only problem I have is I don't own it.
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Mistress, thanks for putting the work in! I love this deck!
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Yes thank you Mistress for your time to write this, love my ToFC's & soon to be paired up with Spiritas Smile
Really looking forward to what you put together for us !
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My pleasure. I love this deck too. Smile
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Received email & downloaded manual & Cruzed thru it. AWESOME, very well done Mistress !!!! Very informative & love each of the cards you list with they're indepth list & meanings. Also like the empty space for personal notes. Overall very well done, look forward to taking time over next weeks down time to read thru it slowly & absorb all the manuals info & your wisedom & experience you've shared with us :-)

This will help further my usage of these cards to they're fullest potential !

Again thank you, your the Mistress of awesomeness !! Smile
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Hey all,

I don't venture this way as often as I would like to, but I wanted to drop by and say thanks.
Mistress did an amazing job putting together the manual, her interpretations are fantastic.
I learned something about each of my own cards reading them!

The Four Corners were a labor of love and I hope you enjoy reading with them, as much as I do.
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I have just started digesting this very comprehensive manual. . .thank you, Mistress.

This one should take a while, but well worth the study!

Jorey
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My deck arrived here in Switzerland seven days after ordering it, which came as a big surprise. They are a thing of beauty and I look forward to using them. Mine did not, however, come with a C.O.A (which I assume means Card Of Authenticity). Has that particular boat all ready sailed?
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Wow 7 days you must have sacrificed a goat or something! COA is Certificate of Authenticity usually with a number #13 of 100.
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I know this is old, but I was looking at getting these. It seems odd that a Tarot deck created by a woman in 1905 would have a planetary symbol for a planet discovered in 1930. Pluto is on the back. If you use that story in the ads, you'll look like an idiot if anyone realizes the symbol for Pluto. You can say the deck was created in the late 30s or 40s I guess. Might want to rethink this one.
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I sincerely doubt anyone uses the ad copy. It's just B.S. flavor test to sell the thing on the site. If one was actually using the ad copy, they'd be a fool considering it has "C0rnelius H0bbs" and "Tarot of the Four Corners" which, when Googled, take you directly to the Outlaw site.
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Quote:
On Nov 13, 2014, The Hermit wrote:
Might want to rethink this one.


Or not OVER think it.
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Correct Hermit, Pluto was discovered 1930! Nice catch, yes you would craft your story around the hay day of fortune tellers which is the early 30's so it fits perfect! Don;t let that stop you from buying it.
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Maybe she had a vision of the future of this important planetary find in 1930 when she made these.........it's a small thing to me, hell most people I talk to think Pluto is Mickey Mouse's dog let alone a planet or anything connected with tarot cards....LoL

If they figure it out, I'll side track them & give them a reading of impending doom....... Smile But yes good catch !
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Quote:
On Nov 13, 2014, afinemesh wrote:
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On Nov 13, 2014, The Hermit wrote:
Might want to rethink this one.


Or not OVER think it.



You say don't overthink it. Which I assume means to consider that your story of turn of the century cards can be foisted on people because they won't catch the fact you have a planet on there that isn't discovered. Is that what you mean? I don't want to be caught telling a story that loses all meaning when they see the symbol for Pluto - or I don't want to tell a story that my own prop refutes. If that is overthinking, I think you may want some. Fine you can use them as post 1930 cards, but not circa 1900. A mistake was made, why no fix it? To say don't OVER think it is kind of pointless. Unless we are banking on audience stupidity.
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BTW - Roth said they're circa 1900. Just pointing out inconsistency.
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I changed the ad copy (backstory) a bit so all the stars and planets should be in good order now Smile
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The backstory really has very little to do with the cards anyway. Smile
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