Immerse yourself in the symbolic wealth of the Aleister Crowley Tarot. The painter Fried Harris was herself an Egyptologist and worked about 1200 symbols into the 78 cards! These cards are fascinating in the depth of thinking which they reveal. The Thoth Tarot was created by the famous Aleister Crowley (1875 – 1947). Lady Frieda Harris (1877 – 1962) painted the cards. Although Lady Harris knew little about Tarot and its symbolism, under the guidance of Crowley she transposed all subtilities of his ideas into her paintings. Many a card was painted in several versions, until one of them was approved by Crowley. The Crowley Thoth Tarot took over five years to be completed. It was first published in 1969, after the death of both Crowley and Lady Harris. The present edition was produced by utiliting the most advanced techniques of color seperation and printing, thus faithfully reproducing the stunning colors of the original paintings.
57 x 89 mm
card language: english
instruction booklet: english
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Barbara Walker Tarot reflects a unique feminist perspective of tarot with religious and pagan symbols from around the world. The Court Cards depict mythological gods and goddesses. The dominant colors of the deck and the card back design are red, black and white because they are “recognized everywhere as the colors of the original feminine Trinity (Triangle) representing her three phases of Virgin, Mother and Crone.” Includes 78 pocket-sized cards with keywords in English, and a 48-page booklet.
The 1JJ Swiss Tarot is an older style of tarot deck. The cards are reprints of early woodcut designs, printed in black and coloured with blocks of red, blue, green and yellow. Particularly clear and catchy motifs, therefore optimally suited for beginners.
Dragon Tarot draws upon the rich imagery of dragons in all their historical and mythological sources. Thus the Dragon Tarot represents the fulfillment of centuries of research into the mystic symbolism of dragons throughout the world. This radiant deck brings together the magic and myth from cultures as diverse as ancient Babylon, Egypt, and China, to the legends of King Arthur, St. George, and Siegfried. Following traditional tarot symbolism, the Dragon Tarot leads the journey into the realms of imagination and self-discovery.
Peter Pracownik is the forefront of the Visionary Art Movement. He created the artwork for the Imperial Dragon Oracle, The Hobbit Tarot, The Lord of the Rings Tarot & Card Game, and Woodland Wisdom Oracle Cards, all published by U.S. Games Systems, Inc. Imperial Dragon Oracle won a 2010 COVR award.
Terry Donaldson is the author of several books on tarot including the The Dragon Tarot and The Lord of the Rings Tarot.
The intention of the Cosmic Tarot is to make the old knowledge accessible and understandable to everyone by using as few secret symbols as possible. You can grasp the meaning without knowing the old secret doctrines of astrology, cabalistic numerology and the tree of life.
In this exquisite deck, stylish characters breathe new life into the scenes and symbols of the Major and Minor Arcana. Dreaming Way Tarot explores numerological as well as elemental influences, and offers fresh interpretations of tarot. Popular Korean artist Kwon Shina expertly captured the exuberant spirit of Rome Choi’s dreamy vision.
The authors, Rachel Pollack and Johannes Fiebig, focus on the daily Tarot card and offer interpretations for each of the 78 Tarot cards. In addition the current crucial period of transformation with “Pluto in Capricorn”. It has become common practice, since the time of the renowned Order of the Golden Dawn, To assign the Tarot cards to individual sections of the yearly cycle (the decans). This quality of time, which the Tarot cards also express (which, however, is largely unknown) is skillfully used by the authors. Both are experienced Tarot experts with sales of over a million Tarot books each. Book, english, 160 pp. fully coloured