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.
Hush Tarot beckons readers to explore an alluring world where animal and human spirits are unified, and even the smallest creatures like ravens and hares have great significance. At times, they appear lost in the weeds but there is always a hidden clue guiding them to the way out. The fascinating characters and landscapes are illustrated with lush detail inspired by a 19th century aesthetic that explores natural forms in various states of life and decay. Hush Tarot offers a shift in perspective that reveals profound answers to life’s mysteries.
Includes 78-card deck and 68-page guidebook.
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 Vision Tarot is an interesting purely photographic Tarot deck. Each of the 78 cards shows scenes with real people and real objects – a novel change from the usual Tarot drawings or paintings.
70 x 120 mm
card language: english
“The power of gemstones, minerals, and crystals combine with the wisdom of tarot to create a unique and sparkling deck of full-color photographs. As a special feature of this Tarot, the cards which have been drawn can also be used to resolve the respective task or situation by using, carrying, or wearing the stones or metals described.” 78 cards & instruction booklet.
This 45-card deck, with colorful artwork by Will Worthington, provides additional tree, animal and people cards for nuanced readings. Three different bird cards represent the triple goddess. In-depth descriptions for each card include keywords, divinatory meanings, suggestions for spell use, timing, spiritual messages, dark and light aspects, and affirmations. The illustrated guidebook also presents interpretations based on the phases of the moon and the Wheel of the Year. It includes card spreads and instructions for several different methods of reading with the Celtic Lenormand deck.
Tarot of the Old Path was created by two leaders of the Wiccan craft, with some of the most articulate voices in the movement as contributing advisors. This unique deck serves as a modern approach to what is known as the magical Old Religion, the Craft, or the Old Path of female wisdom. The deck’s vibrant artwork and clear symbolism holds just as much appeal for non-wiccan tarot readers.