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Italian Playing Cards

Playing cards have been used to tell fortunes ever since they originated in Europe back in the 14th century. In a way, they were the first form

of tarot cards. The practice of cartomancy is among the oldest forms of fortune telling and is still used to this day.

Choose and combine your favourite Italian cards symbols to built up your own fortune with Mo.


The main symbol of the card is a rich, forgiving, selfless woman holding money on her head. She is the symbol of intelligence, prestige and self confidence.


What the card represents:

- Clarity and light heartedness

- Peace and autonomy
- An ironical and cute woman

- Economic comfort

- Intelligence


The young chevalier is holding a cup in his hand. His horse is curveting and he is greeting the people in front of him. The chevalier is taking the cup somewhere in a calm manner but at the same time the horse he is sitting on stands for power and energy. The card represents news.


What the card represents:

- Novelty, arrival of good news, a surprise

- A young handsome man
- Positive news relating to work
- Sincerity

- Making peace


This very significant card tells us that it is time to live life to the full courageously with stubborn self confidence. It represents passion over rationality, love over logic and power and courage over weakness at an important turning point of our lives. Just like all fears melting away under the sun.

What the card represents:

- Success and power
- A positive answer to a question
- Male fertility and birth of a child
- A positive environment for new ventures


One of the Neapolitan cards, the king of wand presents the image of a rational and balanced man.

What the card represents:

- Authority Intelligence

- Leadership, problem solving, reasoning, adaptability to any situation

- Respect and trust



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