Traditional tarot decks are composed of 22 major arcana cards and 56 minor arcana cards. The minor arcana are divided into four suits, generally some version of swords, wands, cups, and pentacles. The meaning of each card may vary slightly from deck to deck but most tend to follow the standard interpretation fairly closely.
Non-traditional tarot decks usually have a similar organization to the traditional decks but the imagery and interpretations may be quite different.We carry both traditional and non-traditional decks. Tarot decks can be used to do complex or simple readings. They are also good for selecting a card a day for guidance or doing one-card readings.
The Angel Tarot is nothing like a traditional deck of angel cards. The 72 angels of the Kabbalah (or Shem HaMephorash) are extremely powerful heavenly beings that provide assistance to mortals while also ruling over their hellish counterparts, the 72 demons of the Goetia.
With the Apprentice Tarot Deck, keywords are printed right on the cards, making it easier for the apprentice to focus on the meaning in the visual clues.
Inspired by traditional Rider-Waite, the Dreamkeepers deck plumbs the spiritual depths of tarot to help readers come to terms with the mysterious forces that influence our lives.
In creating Ethereal Visions Tarot Matt Hughes has drawn inspiration from the Art Nouveau movement, adopting its distinctive style and meticulous approach to craftsmanship.
This deck/book set provides everything you need to understand tarot.
The Field Tarot was created to guide readers through the sacred space ("the field") where the tarot narrative takes place. Inspired by colorful, botanical, and otherworldly dreamscapes, the accessible artwork situates the reader within the scene, allowing them to easily connect with the card meanings.
Gilded Reverie Lenormand showcases the digital talents of Ciro Marchetti with captivating imagery on 47 gilt-edge cards.
With borderless cards, richer colors, and stylish design improvements, this mini edition of the Gilded Tarot Royale retains the powerful readability of the original Gilded Tarot with a more contemporary look.
Golden Tarot has been collaged completely from artwork of the late Middle Ages and early Renaissance. From a time of violence, pestilence and oppression came poignant images of gentle beauty and human frailty.