Nice! That one's really pretty! I love puzzles, actually, but am a little off them right now since I've done so many on psychiatric wards... But they are great fun and I get a great feeling of accomplishment when I finish one!
Well, Wandering Coyote...we have our own little psychiatric ward around here. I lie doing jogsaw puzzlews too. Although the last time I did one was in Vancouver in 2000. I was staying with my friends family and the two kids, parents and I spent all weekend doing a huge puzzle. Stagg and I were obsesessed with this one and it was kind of difficult. We did it all day getting coffee occassionally. Stagg has been studying the Tarot cards...so I got this puzzle with Tarot characters on it. We had the most relaxing time doing this one...
Looks very difficult - hmmmmm - I would have said an artwork in a Lodge somewhere - or perhaps even a church of some kind. Its very interesting. Remind me sometime to tell you of an experience I had with some Tarot cards designed by Allistar Crowley - (don't know if I sp. it right) - scared the blooming whoopee out of me.
Gardenia, oh dear. Well...I am a little afraid of Aleister Crowley. I saw the deck he designed when I got Stagg his first deck oof Tarot cards. I was like, no way.There are so many types of Tarot cards out there. It's a whole world.I always aid if I was ever going to become a Christian..I'd join the Catholic faction. They have the best art and you can see all the roots of Christianity are actually pagan stuff. I am sure that is why in the above pic it looks like church stuff.In the puzzle there was machinery cogs, wheels and quite a few astrology references.I look forward to hearing your Tarot story someday.
So it was a Tarot card! Thought so. Is absolutely gorgeous.
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