Juliet’s talisman edition features magic for love in the form of the 7-pointed star, or Venus’ heptagram drenched in attar of roses. What you get with Juliet’s talisman is the signed and numbered fine book plus the heptagram designed to capture love in a cup. The ‘cup’ has been ritually infused with rose attar of the finest quality. The rose attar leaves a trace on the paper in the form of ghostly figures. Each exudes a power all its own. Put this talisman in your pocket and experience attracting love or the other whom you love. The talisman is printed on Japanese paper in square format (90 x 90 mm).
A NEW EDITION.
Tarot for Romeo and Juliet: Reflections on Relationships by Camelia Elias (2021), is about the tension between how singular the manifestation of love is and what we assume, often wrongly, about the idea of togetherness. To know the difference means to know the heart of the other. To know the heart of man is, in fact, the highest, sages and artists tell us. But who has this gift? Lovers do. Lovers share a passion that exceeds common understanding, and yet their acting on it can be fraught.
While knowing the heart of the other is the premise for the experience of grand passion, this very knowledge is also the price we pay for the image of an infinite love. But what if lovers fail at relationships? This book is an investigation into what happens to the knowledge of the heart when basic communication breaks down, or when we realize that all the assumptions we make about the other are wrong.
Borrowing Shakespeare’s passionate lovers, Romeo and Juliet, Camelia Elias weaves a personal story of love and loss through encounters with the Tarot. At the cartomancy table we also encounter Werner Herzog’s films, Klaus Kinski’s acting, Formula One driver Ayrton Senna, and professors of Psychology, Renaissance, and Religious Studies.
In this book Juliet drives a sports car without crashing, and Romeo commits harakiri, Japanese style, while reading tomes such as Thinking with Demons. This book is an homage to the love whose image exceeds even that of the imagination.
The fine edition is made with the bibliophile in mind, the type of book lover who can appreciate the power of form and top notch materials. How does the well-pondered design match the author’s intent? The fine edition aims at giving readers the physical experience of sitting with a magical object in their hands.