The main point here being though, that it didn't seem that the objection was to the use of the actual Tarot cards, but more of an objection to the images on the cards themselves...... almost like two different mind sets in play here? Tarot cards or not, I'd be surprised if most people objected to being asked to put any 'porno' type images away... I think there are laws in place they can use against someone for displaying such material publically... ? Dunno really...gregory:
Whichever it was, nisaba was being respectful of another person's discomfort. Being what my friend called "the nicer person" I mentioned further up.
Now.... taking this into a step in some other direction..... I'm wondering here, out of interest, to how aware in general non Tarot people really are of Tarot cards and their images...
If someone created their own Tarot deck, had no images, just blank cards and had only written in small writing the title of the card on each card... and they were to have them out on the table like some people do when reading a book or shuffling papers around on a table while eating and drinking at a coffee shop.... if people not versed in Tarot, would even see them as being Tarot cards in the first place?