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Heaven and Earth Tarot Kit

Original Price $35.95
Current Price $34.15

Explore the connection between the mundane and the Spiritual through the exquisite beauty of the Heaven and Earth Tarot. Artist  Jack Sephiroth’s incredible artwork skilfully blends together the classic images of the Rider Waite Smith tarot with the deep occult symbolism of the Thoth Tarot prompting the reader to explore deeper and deeper levels of nuanced meaning.  Each card contains a keyword which acts like a seed or starting point to gently guide the reader and encourage them to tap into their own their own intuition and use the cards to discover their own earthly connection to the Divine.  The full colour 159-page book by Jaymi Elford is an excellent guide to the deck and Tarot in general and encourages users to use the suggested cards meanings as starting points.  This deck and book set is a lovely package and perfect for the beginner as well as the advanced Tarot reader.    

Specs
  •   Lo Scarabeo
  • Boxed kit (5¼ x 8¼) with magnetic closure
  • 78-cards measure 2 3/4” X 4 X 3/4
  • 160-page fill color guidebook

 

 

Customer Reviews

Based on 3 reviews
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Wayne Halford
Great deck!

Heaven and Earth Tarot is in my top 3 decks I use now. So happy to have found it!

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Brian Galford
This deck could have been great

This deck intrigued me with its combination of Crowley and Rider, mitigating the over-the-top intensity of Crowley, and augmenting the lack of artistic imagination of the Rider. However, the cards are a bit small, and except for The Magician, there's very little color in any of them, which is disappointing, since both the Crowley and Rider decks are colorful, and any student of the occult knows that color has its symbolistic strengths, so to omit color is a great weakness. Also, the cards are printed dark, so the detail in the darker parts of the images are not visible. But the images are beautiful in themselves, which makes it so much more a shame they are small, dark and colorless. And the worst card of all is The Lovers, which shows a man wearing a garland of green leaves around his waist to hide his genitals, and he is holding the woman in his arms, as if carrying her over the threshhold on the wedding night. But the woman is completely naked and the man is not. This puts them at an unequal, and patriarchal, chauvinistic rendering. But worst of all, the man's face is smeared, on purpose, and his nose is elongated via the smear as to remind one of Pinocchio. I checked the book that came with the deck, and the picture there is smeared too, so it wasn't a misprint. Some faces, such as the court cards, are rendered clearly and beautifully, so the artist clearly knows what s/he is doing. Why they decided to smear this man's face is beyond me, and was a decision that ruins the symbolism of this beautiful card, and was the last straw that made this deck useless.

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john

Love this deck!

Customer Reviews

Based on 3 reviews
67%
(2)
0%
(0)
33%
(1)
0%
(0)
0%
(0)
W
Wayne Halford
Great deck!

Heaven and Earth Tarot is in my top 3 decks I use now. So happy to have found it!

B
Brian Galford
This deck could have been great

This deck intrigued me with its combination of Crowley and Rider, mitigating the over-the-top intensity of Crowley, and augmenting the lack of artistic imagination of the Rider. However, the cards are a bit small, and except for The Magician, there's very little color in any of them, which is disappointing, since both the Crowley and Rider decks are colorful, and any student of the occult knows that color has its symbolistic strengths, so to omit color is a great weakness. Also, the cards are printed dark, so the detail in the darker parts of the images are not visible. But the images are beautiful in themselves, which makes it so much more a shame they are small, dark and colorless. And the worst card of all is The Lovers, which shows a man wearing a garland of green leaves around his waist to hide his genitals, and he is holding the woman in his arms, as if carrying her over the threshhold on the wedding night. But the woman is completely naked and the man is not. This puts them at an unequal, and patriarchal, chauvinistic rendering. But worst of all, the man's face is smeared, on purpose, and his nose is elongated via the smear as to remind one of Pinocchio. I checked the book that came with the deck, and the picture there is smeared too, so it wasn't a misprint. Some faces, such as the court cards, are rendered clearly and beautifully, so the artist clearly knows what s/he is doing. Why they decided to smear this man's face is beyond me, and was a decision that ruins the symbolism of this beautiful card, and was the last straw that made this deck useless.

j
john

Love this deck!