Yeager Tarot of Meditation

Written by  on December 18, 2015

It’s interesting to see how some decades-old decks don’t seem dated at all, while others date themselves terribly. The Yeager Tarot of Meditation, while having some interesting and attractive cards, unfortunately falls into the latter category. Read more…

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Lo Scarabeo Tarot

Written by  on December 17, 2015

The Lo Scarabeo Tarot celebrates the twentieth year of the Italian publishing house, with a deck combining all three major traditions – the Tarot de Marseilles, the Rider-Waite and the Thoth. In imagery, the cards seem like more of a blend of the latter two, but they have plenty of scope for comparative study as well as for readings. Read more…

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Cosmic Tarot

Written by  on December 17, 2015

The Cosmic Tarot deck by Norbert Lösche depicts symbols and icons gathered from several different eras — from ancient Egypt to modern Europe. Symbolism is used extensively and yet the deck is designed to remain accessible to even beginning readers. Read more…

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Celestial Tarot

Written by  on December 17, 2015

The Celestial Tarot is from the author of the Spiral Tarot, Kay Steventon. The pretty, non-traditional images directly associate astrology, the planets, and the constellations with the 78 Tarot cards. Twenty-two majors are zodiacal constellations and ten planets (Pluto is counted as a planet) of astrology. Read more…

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Kazanlar Tarot

Written by  on December 16, 2015

Interesting multi-ethinci deck that blends its creator’s combined Christian/Islamic background into a thought-provoking and very readable tarot. Full of appealing artwork, including many well-placed details that enhance rather than detract from the overall canvas. Read more…

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Akron Tarot

Written by  on December 16, 2015

The Akron Tarot is a German set with 80 cards and a large 395 companion book. The surreal Tarot scenes depart from standard imagery and emphasise the female energies. This deck is very unique in many ways. For one, the author, the same author of the Baphomet Tarot, and team of people working on the deck were hoping to create something that would stand the test of time and be completely different from any other decks out there. Read more…

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Mantegna Tarocchi – E and S-series

Written by  on December 16, 2015

The Mantegna Tarocchi, also known as the Tarocchi Cards, Tarocchi in the style of Mantegna, Baldini Cards, are two different sets each of fifty 15th-century Italian old master prints in engraving, by two different unknown artists. The sets are known as the E-series Tarocchi Cards and the S-series Tarocchi Cards (or E series, e-series etc.), and their artists are known as the “Master of the E-series Tarocchi” and the “Master of the S-series Tarocchi”. There are also a number of copies and later versions. Read more…

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Haindl Tarot

Written by  on December 16, 2015

The Haindl Tarot has non-traditional imagery and is highly recommended for an advanced Tarot reader, or for meditation. The author, Hermann Haindl, was inspired by Qabbalah, Runes, I Ching, and Native American influences for the deep and compelling artwork. Read more…

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Paulina Tarot

Written by  on December 15, 2015

Paulina Tarot immediately draws us in with its delicate beauty. Once we enter this magical place, we encounter a charming world of insight and inspiration. 78-card deck with instruction booklet.Paulina’s world is filled with magical creatures born of intuition and imagination. Read more…

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Shadowscapes Tarot

Written by  on December 15, 2015

The ShadowScapes Tarot is a stunning Tarot deck from artist Stephanie Pui-Mun Law, with gorgeous watercolour Tarot imagery in her unique flowing yet detailed style. Long-awaited by its many fans, the deck is now out from Llewellyn in a bordered edition with a companion book. Read more…

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