Tuesday, February 16, 2021

WE HAVE NEW TAROT AND ORACLE DECKS!

 


TAROT OF THE DIVINE:

A Deck and Guidebook Inspired by Deities, Folklore, and Fairy Tales from Around the World

by Yoshi Yoshitani

Publisher : Clarkson Potter (September 1, 2020)

Language : English

78 Card Deck with 44-Page Guidebook

List Price: $19.99




FROM THE PUBLISHER:

Take a step forward on your spiritual journey with this gorgeously illustrated celebration of deities, folklore, and fairy tales from all over the world.


The path to enlightenment is unique for each of us, but many of the lessons we learn are shared stories passed among cultures and generations. With rich, vibrant art and a keen understanding of traditional tarot archetypes, illustrator Yoshi Yoshitani infuses Tarot of the Divine with worldly insight and an intriguing selection of fables and folktales from cultures across the globe. 


The Major Arcana cards are brought to life with characters from beloved stories who embody the fool's journey, from the Danish fable of the naive Little Mermaid (a character who represents The Fool) to China's Beauty and the Beast (The Lovers) to the Maori legend of Hinemoa and Tutanekai (The World). The archetypes of the Minor Arcana--focused on suits of cups, coins, swords, and wands--are made richer with diverse cultural fables, ancient mythologies, and spiritual legends like the Crane Wife (Japan), Aladdin (Persia), Jack and the Beanstalk (England), Fenrir (Norway), Oedipus (Greece), the Pandavas (India), and dozens more.


As you acquaint yourself with your cards, a 44-page guidebook illuminates how these fables support traditional tarot imagery and themes. With fables from more than forty countries, this spiritual journey is a worldly experience like no other.




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THE FIELD TAROT

Hannah Elizabeth Fofana

Publisher : U.S. Games Systems (January 1, 2021)

78-card deck and 96-Page Guidebook

List Price:$22.95


FROM THE PUBLISHER:

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. The Field Tarot acts as an intuitive tool to help readers navigate through life, relationships, and their inner and outward journeys.

Includes 78-card deck and 96-page guidebook.




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THE DREAMKEEPERS TAROT

by Liz Huston

Publisher : U.S. Games Systems Inc. (January 20, 2021)

78 cards, 2.75” x 4.75”

180 Page Illustrated Guidebook

List Price: $24.95


FROM THE PUBLISHER:

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. The intriguing imagery of Dreamkeepers Tarot represents years of Liz Huston's journey of personal growth and healing, and includes new tarot art created especially for this U.S. Games Systems edition. She presents tarot as a mirror that reflects our deep inner truths and reveals our hidden motivations, beliefs and expectations. Her art creates an alchemical blend of multiple paint media with digital photographic montage, offering signs and symbols to help the reader interpret tarot and all its wisdom.






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TAROT OF MYSTICAL MOMENTS

by Catrin Welz-Stein

Publisher : U.S. Games Systems (February 5, 2018)

52 Oracle Cards and 44-Page Guidebook

List Price: $25.95


FROM THE PUBLISHER:

Visionary collage artist Catrin Welz-Stein intermixes unexpected elements of nature and imagination, creating a sumptuous world where flower spirits and floating castles happily co-exist. Each of the 52 oracle cards captures a magical moment full of delightful surprises and vintage charm. Powerful messages in the 44-page guidebook lead you into discoveries of insight that inspire new ways of looking at life.


Catrin Welz-Stein uses digital images to express her creativity and tell unique stories. Her artwork has an ethereal feel that explores the area between imagination and reality. Catrin is originally from Germany but has lived in Korea and Malaysia for several years with her husband and two children, thus there is also a subtle Asian influence in her work.







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