In R. F. Paloutzian , & C. L. Park (Eds. ), Handbook of the psychology of faith and spirituality (pp. “A Newly Discovered La Tour: The Fortune Teller. ” Metropolitan Museum of Art Bulletin 19 (March 1961), pp. 198-205, ill. , proposes a date of execution before 1633, the year the duchy of Lorraine came under French domination, on the grounds that La Tour should not have used the inscription “Luneuilla Lothar” (Lunéville, Lorraine) after that year; suggests that it functioned as a variety of “advertisement” for the artist, soon after the starting of his studio in Lunéville; relates the archaic frieze-like composition of this and other paintings by La Tour to the influence of comic prints produced in France between 1560 and 1610; describes the handling of sunshine as “realistic yet illogical,” corresponding to the artist’s “Cheat with the Ace of Diamonds,” “Saint Jerome in his Cell” (Royal Collection, Hampton Court), and Penitent Saint Jeromes (Musée de Grenoble and Nationalmuseum, Stockholm); notes that the courtesan’s necklace of black beads is exact to the bracelet worn by the “Flea Catcher” (Musée Historique Lorrain, Nancy), suggesting the photographs were painted at an identical time; observes that the courtesan on the proper can be derived from a Bellange etching (fig. 5) and the old gypsy from a Jasper de Isaac engraving (fig. 8); identifies the two figures on the left as gypsies and describes the old woman’s clothes as an amalgam of local gown and Eastern motifs designed to obtain an exotic effect. She asked me to assign each rune town I idea they best represented. I told her that the zig-zaggy one on the left looked a little more like an S” for St. Paul,” and she or he told me that, indeed, there was room within rune readings for the dumbfoundingly literal. There is literally a deck for well-nigh every little thing. I have a collection of approximately 100 decks that range from erotica to religious, and everything in among. I even created my own oracle deck two years ago for private brand mastery and company advancement.