Tarot decks

Unified Esoteric Tarot deck

Written by  on September 2, 2017

UET-Attila-Blaga

In the global context of the book market flooded by countless publications regarding esoteric subjects such as Tarot, Astrology, Numerology, Kabbalah, Alchemy or the Fourth Way, and numerous Tarot decks available, why somebody should choice to purchase this particular book and Tarot deck?
The Unified Esoteric Tarot deck represent not only formally, but fundamentally a departure from any other Tarot deck you know. Read more…

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Introducing basic Numerology

Written by  on August 1, 2017

Introducing basic Numerology

Introducing basic Numerology. Did you ever add up your birth numbers? 28 February 1982. 2+8=10=1+0=1. February=2. 1+9+8+2=20=2+0=2. 1+2+2=5.
Traditionally, The Hierophant, also known as the High Priest, is numbered 5 (V – Roman number) in the Tarot deck. So, some say, that would be your Tarot card. It’s pretty entertaining, isn’t it? Read more…

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The Court cards

Written by  on June 15, 2017

The Court Cards (UET deck by Attila Blaga)

The Court cards are a very interesting component of the Tarot deck and there are several different ways to interpret them in a spread.
Traditionally they were associated with human figures, ourselves and the people we interact with.
To understand how they were assigned and associated, we must go back to the traditional playing cards and their use of fortune-telling. Read more…

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Fenestra Tarot

Written by  on January 10, 2016

Thai artist, Chatriya has creatively fused traditional tarot symbolism with elements from her own culture and influences as far reaching as Egypt, Art Deco, mythology and Japanese manga, illustrated with soothing colors. Read more…

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Hudes Tarot

Written by  on January 10, 2016

This interesting deck by Susan Hudes was published in 1995 by U.S. Games Systems. It’s a standard 78-card deck, with Major card names, Court card names, and suit titles all following the Waite-Smith deck. The imagery on the Minors follows Pamela Colman Smith; in fact, in the placement of the figures they seem to actually be based on another Waite-Smith derivative, the Aquarian Tarot by David Palladini. The Major imagery, however, is more original and individualistic. Read more…

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Morgan-Greer Tarot

Written by  on January 10, 2016

Based on the structure of the Rider-Waite Tarot, this uniquely expressive deck features magical imagery presented in deep, saturated colors. The borderless 78-card deck allows the details of tarot scenery and symbolism to be viewed from a close, intimate perspective. Read more…

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Connolly Tarot

Written by  on January 8, 2016

Eileen Connolly designed the Connolly Tarot deck in cooperation with her son, Peter Paul Connolly. The scenes on each card are reminiscent of medieval stained glass associated with majestic cathedrals. Each card touches the subconscious in a profound way, and the spiritual and inspirational imagery brings the viewer to a higher level of consciousness. Read more…

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Ancestral Path Tarot

Written by  on January 8, 2016

The Ancestral Path Tarot portrays paths created by the ancestors of different cultures and times. The artist Julie Cuccia-Watts draws on living traditions as preserved through verbal and written histories and myths. Read more…

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Barbara Walker Tarot

Written by  on January 8, 2016

This deck is a mixture of the old and the new. Walker has studied Women’s History and Mythology extensively and incorporates them into her deck, particularly in the Minor Arcana. The Majors are fairly standard and traditional in design. Read more…

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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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