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I'm moving this to the Tarot Decks section as it is complete and for sale.

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Today, 22 Sept 2016, I just launched my tarot deck - Maori Tattoo Tarot.

Visit my page http://www.maoritattootarot.com or https://www.facebook.com/maoritattootarot/ for more info.
I have the deck and I love it! I love the natural nudity in it, nothing erotic like the Sexual Mastery just lovely men and women. Beautiful deck, thank you!
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Before I clicked on the link, I had imagined 78 cards done in traditional Maori tribal tattoo art. I wasn't thinking, Maori bodies in cards with a more modern, international style. I like the idea of the cards being backed on skin-tones as if they were tattoos - but most of the Maoris I know personally are a lot darker than this (or perhaps just tanned, outdoorsy people). I am a little nonplussed by the art that I actually found on the link, but I'll probably end up buying it anyway. I have eclectic tastes.

I've facebooked the link to a Maori friend I know who wholeheartedly lives a traditional Maori spirituality - I'll be fascinated to hear his reaction.

Whatever it will be, though, my finger is hovering dangerously close to my nemesis, that darn "buy now" button.



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I bought two before my trip to NZ last year.

Some of the work is based on Maori legends like Pania. I like many of the cards - not all.

It is a clone of the RW pretty much.

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Before I clicked on the link, I had imagined 78 cards done in traditional Maori tribal tattoo art. I wasn't thinking, Maori bodies in cards with a more modern, international style. I like the idea of the cards being backed on skin-tones as if they were tattoos - but most of the Maoris I know personally are a lot darker than this (or perhaps just tanned, outdoorsy people). I am a little nonplussed by the art that I actually found on the link, but I'll probably end up buying it anyway. I have eclectic tastes.

I've facebooked the link to a Maori friend I know who wholeheartedly lives a traditional Maori spirituality - I'll be fascinated to hear his reaction.

Whatever it will be, though, my finger is hovering dangerously close to my nemesis, that darn "buy now" button.
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I am wishing that the cards depict just the tattoos for some reason. They are complex enough to tell stories about and made an oracle of. But that is just me
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