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The Slavic Legends Tarot

Sensuous hand drawn artwork perfectly captures the power and majesty of the natural forces that animate Slavic mythology and artfully weaves it into the Traditional Rider Waite Smith vocabulary

Fyodor Pavlov Tarot

A stunning Tarot deck that is familiar and timeless while exploring new and diverse representations of gender, sexuality and culture.
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Explore A collection of Powerful and engaging decks born from the passion and talents of today's inspired Tarot creators.

“Art enables us to find ourselves and lose ourselves at the same time.” – Thomas Merton


Leah Pantéa  

The Vindur Tarot

MJ Cullinane

The Urban Crow Oracle

Crow Tarot

Crow Tarot Guidebook

Siolo Thompson

Photo by Roxanna Wali

Linestrider Tarot

Hedgewitch Botanical Oracle

Otherkin Tarot

Rachael True

True Heart

Intuitive Tarot

Ricardo Cavolo

Tarot Del Fuengo

Maja D’Aoust

White Witch Tarot

Dame Darcy

Mermaid Tarot

Queen Alice Tarot

Witchy Cat Tarot

 

Emi Brady

The Brady Tarot

Jeremy Hush

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  • Musings on the The Cloisters by Katy Hays
    Phillip Gibson

    Musings on the The Cloisters by Katy Hays

    As a Tarot enthusiast, The Cloisters by Katy Hays has an irresistible premise. The story is set in New York where Ann Stilwell arrives from her unextraordinary life in Washington State to be a summer intern at the Metropolitan Museum, only to find that the position is no longer available. Through a "twist of fate", she ends up assigned to The Cloisters, a gothic museum renowned for its medieval art collection and gardens. Ann is a septic of her co-researchers’ pet project to rewrite Tarot history to prove that, in the early Renaissance, Tarot cards - which at that time were used for card games - were also used for divination and revealing one’s fate. Ann's skepticism wanes when a previously hidden 15th century deck of Tarot cards is discovered. She begins to use to the cards to understand her difficult past and catches glimpses of her and others’ futures. She and her co-workers become obsessed with the cards and in turn, their darker traits and motivations are slowly revealed and consume them.
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  • The Moon Card as an Integral Map. Pre-personal, personal and transpersonal development in the Tarot
    Phillip Gibson

    The Moon Card as an Integral Map. Pre-personal, personal and transpersonal development in the Tarot

    In this short blog we will look at the moon card through the lens of the integral movement pioneered by Ken Wilber. Integral theory aims to bring together a diversity of theories including matter, body, mind, soul and spirit into a single framework. A unique hallmark of the integral movement is the use of diagrams to present a framework of development and evolution through a series of stages.

     

    Moon card from Jacob Jorger's 1801 Tarot paired with with Ken Wilber's Integral model.

    Like an Integral chart, the Moon card can be read like a map, charting a path of human consciousness from the pre-personal into the personal/rational realm and beyond. When this card comes up in a reading it is showing us a point on the map and giving us clues to that we might experience at this juncture.

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  • Diverse Tarot Decks – A holistic approach to universal Archetypes.
    WIlliam Toro

    Diverse Tarot Decks – A holistic approach to universal Archetypes.

    Caroline Myss says “If you know your archetypes - and not just yours, if you know how to perceive the world in archetypes, through archetypes - everything changes. Everything. Because you have two things: you can see through one eye which is impersonal, and through the other, which is personal.”

    At their core archetypes are collective stories that are repeated across cultures and ethnicity. Carl Jung defined twelve primary types that represent the range of basic human motivations. These include Ruler, Creator/Artist, Sage, Innocent, Explorer, Rebel, Hero, Wizard, Jester, Every-man, Lover, Caregiver. 

    Tarot cards have an amazing ability to trigger a connection to the unconscious mind where these universal truths and patterns help us understand the truths that animate our everyday lives. 

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