Hey I was digging through my things and found a tarot deck that I was given so many years ago I forgot it was in my possession. Upon some quick research found that the Jungian deck is somehow different not by cards, but by interpretation. Although I cannot find any examples. I guess Dr. Jung was a psychologist who made the images and "fixed" some of the cards to better suit his own understanding. can someone please clear this up for me. should i interpret them as the traditional sets or as jungian? will it effect my understanding? will the cards read as a traditional set with different pictures?
that awkward moment when the original poster is a guy.....
anyways so I'm a lucky guy, cool.
no the book is not with it, but I remember seeing it somewhere, maybe I'll scry for it. . . but I'm sure I can find it online or at my local bookshop no problem. But what would set these cards apart from any other deck, are any cards different? will they read the same?