Artist Eva Maria Nitsche tells us that she created the Tarot of the Trance in a trance state. "On this absorbed conscious level of the imagination, I encountered an entire submerged world of forms and figures, full of symbolism and wisdom." Her deck translates this vision through images drawn in the vibrant style of Mexican art.
The Tarot is all about balance. With this deck, you can tap into animal energies with ease. These images combine animal and human figures while maintaining the recognizable compositions of traditional Tarot.
Also known as the Illuminating Ancient Tarot and the Ancient Enlightened Tarot, the deck provides direct way to exploring the secrets of the Western occultism doctrine, the Alchemy and medieval Masters of Natural Philosophy.
It interweaves popular elements from five thousand years of Grecian history with the traditional Rider-Waite Tarot framework. Each card in the deck represents a myth, god, hero or monster from Ancient Greek legends.
The Fantastical Tarot, designed by French artist Nathalie Hertz, is a magical fantasy interpretation of the Rider-Waite...you may look at what seems to be a snapshot of your feelings, reaching towards subconscious…
Decameron Tarot is a sexually explicit deck inspired by Giovanni Boccaccio's "Decameron", a 14th-century allegorical work best known for its bawdy tales of love, appearing in all its possibilities from the erotic to the tragic. FOR ADULTS ONLY.
The Bosch Tarot is intended to reflect the sixteenth century conceptions of universe through the prism of Bosch's paintings, who aimed to explain that humanity is destined to damnation, deserving of hell, uniting his nightmares with reality.
This deck of Tarot is based on the old Albrecht Durer's engravings, drawn in the style for which he was famous. The artist who drew the deck is Giacinto Gaudenzi. The scenes are in an colored engraved style.
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