The Prisma Visions Tarot explores the winter world through the of the Song of Swords. Ruled by the element of air, these cards explore power, change, ambition, courage and battle (of the mind, heart and body). The deck is a unique and whimsical play on the classic tarot deck and features hand-drawn highly detailed cards. Despite the small frame of the cards, each was executed on such a large scale that the cards have developed into individual works of art. The Prisma Visions deck combines border-less and bordered cards into one cohesive and enchanting work of art. The Major Arcana cards are with borders, which highlight the importance and weight of of each. The Minor Arcana cards are borderless and because of their panoramic story like design flow beautifully together.Explore More
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An absolutely stunning display of lavish gold foil and exquisite Renaissance art, this deck is pure magic and mystery! The shimmering gold reflects the light, seducing the intuition and delighting the eye. This deck is a treasure
The great work of this Florentine master enlivens this deck with Renaissance flair and grace. Let Botticelli''s timeless art-reproduced here with gold highlights-take you to new dimensions.
With art that has been updated and restored from originals made in 1751, enhanced colors, and gold impressions on every card, this is the most brilliant edition of the Marseille Tarot available.
Italian painter Roberto de Angelis lends a modern, more realistic approach to the classic Rider-Waite imagery. His dynamic interpretation is perfect for beginning readers.
Once known as the Charles VI or Gringonneur Tarot, this historic masterpiece has been restored, completed, and renamed to reflect its true history.
The latest of Lo Scarabeo's stunning metallic decks, The Golden Tarot of Tsar is printed with shining gold foil, evocative of the richness of the art of the Tsars.
In twentieth century Vienna, the art of Gustav Klimt held a primary position. Inspired by this modern master, Golden Tarot of Klimt is teeming with impressions, stamped in gold.
Rediscover the most popular oracle cards in the world, now with striking gold foil on every card. Golden Lenormand Oracle is a classic 19th-century lenormand deck featuring iconic imagery that will help you perform better readings for yourself
Use the transformative and healing power of the white witch as White Witch Maja D’Aoust explores the 22 Major Arcana archetypes of the Tarot through meditative art and channeled mysteries in this stunning black and gold deck
Discover the unique symbolism and deep wisdom of The Golden Nostradamus Oracle Cards. With stunning stylized iconography set in a glorious gold foil background, these cards create a captivating effect that focuses your attention
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Inversion Tarot is based on and inspired by the mid-century artwork originally created in 1960 by Paul Mathison for the Rolla Nordic Tarot. This deck follows the ancient Marseille tarot tradition. A striking, contemporary deck.
This contemporary pocket-sized deck is packed with powerful imagery. Beneath the colorful surface are layers of meaning and archetypal symbolism through which Zillich Tarot visually explores mythological and astrological influences.
The Smith-Waite Centennial Tarot Deck in a Tin is a faithful reproduction of the original deck created by Pamela Colman Smith in 1909 under the direction of Arthur E. Waite.
Lovingly created with artwork from the Smith-Waite Tarot deck and “The Golden Vanity”, this charming 36-card petit Lenormand deck pays tribute to Pamela Colman Smith.
The serene Universal Waite Tarot is perfect for meditation and readings. The deck is a soothing, eye-appealing complement to the traditional Rider-Waite deck. Beautifully recolored by Mary Hanson-Roberts.
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.
The brilliantly colored tarot deck that has been popular for decades is now presented in a charming keepsake tin. For Radiant Rider-Waite, the artwork of Pamela Colman Smith has been updated and enhanced with a vibrant palette of colors.
The compelling art deco imagery of the iconic Aquarian Tarot, first introduced in 1970, is now presented in a charming keepsake tin. Aquarian Tarot brought medieval tarot symbolism into the modern Aquarian age.
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.
One often hears that your first Tarot deck should come to you as a gift. While gifting a deck is a lovely gesture, it’s not the only way for you to connect with the cards. What is important is that you listen your intuition. If a particular deck is speaking to you, you should follow through on what your institution is saying. Great readers have deep connection with their cards and selecting a deck that is calling you can help cultivate this connection. Remember your first impressions. This will guide you immensely when making your decision.
Sometimes you will be drawn to the images or it might be the colors that you feel connected with. It may be that the cards will pick you and the reasons will be unveiled over time.
Many readers start with the Rider-Waite-Smith deck. This is a distinguished deck that many of today's decks are derived from. These cards are chock full of rich and accessible symbolism. These cards can be easy to read but there is no limit to the depth of insights these cards can reveal. After many years of Tarot in my life, I still use this wonderful deck. We offer four sizes: mini, pocket, standard, and giant. Personally, I use the standard for readings and the giant cards for ongoing in-depth study.
The infinity symbol in the Tarot refers to the infinite nature of humanity. It is showing us that we are forever immortal, and calling our spirit to embark on a journey of infinite transformation.
We first encounter the infinity symbol in the Magician card, here we see the Magician with his arms outstretched pointing the heaves and the earth - the Spiritual and physical worlds. He has all the tools for journey set before him on a table. The Infinity symbol above his head and around his belt remind us that the tools we need for this journey are infinitely at our disposal.
Because this card is the first in the Tarot sequence, we think of the Magician as beginning his journey. However, the infinity symbol reminds us the journey is not is not a one-way trip. The tools are at his disposal but he also appears to be presenting them to others as if he has used them before and knows their value. It’s almost as if the Magician is at a market or fair presenting the tools. One can picture the baker or butcher at the table or stall next store. In this setting the magician is showing us that the insights we receive from the journey are to be shared with others just as he is sharing them with us.