Enter a world where fairies play, mermaids yearn, and threads of the familiar and fantastic are spun together to guide you on your own personal journey. Featuring beloved indie comic artist Trungles' enchanting illustrative style, the Star Spinner Tarot reinterprets classic tarot imagery for a more inclusive and diverse reflection of the modern world, with illustrations drawn from a wide range of stories, myths, and fairy tales.
• Contents: 81 full-color cards and a 160-page guidebook • A great gift for tarot collectors and enthusiasts, or anyone seeking guidance and personal growth • Perfect for anyone seeking a modern, diverse, inclusive, or LGBTQ+ way to explore the tarot • Traditional tarot decks are 78 cards; this set contains 81 cards, including multiple Lovers cards to reflect a range of romantic expression
Trungles (Trung Le Nguyen) is a Vietnamese American comic book artist and illustrator. His work explores diaspora stories, LGBTQ+ themes, and the role of fairy tales in the popular imagination. He has contributed work for Oni Press, Boom! Studios, Limerence Press, and Image Comics, as well as the blog The Nerds of Color and the podcast Asian America.
The most eagerly anticipated tarot kit of the year! In 1995, David Bowie and Davide De Angelis began collaborating on album art for Bowie's album Outside, a creative working relationship that endured for more than seven years and spanned a number of projects, including the development of art for the album Earthling and concepts for stage sets, books, products, and art shows. Inspired by their years-long creative collaboration, Davide De Angelis has produced a fascinating tarot deck, decades in the making, that expertly weaves together intricate sacred geometries, alchemy, magic, and the sacred teachings of the world's mystery traditions. This deck is a must-have for collectors and a perfect reading deck designed to help you connect with spirit or energize a creative project.
Boxed kit (5¼ x 8) includes a 78-card deck (3 x 5½) and a 192-page color guidebook.
With fresh, contemporary artwork, Sun and Moon Tarot gives a modern twist to ancient spiritual symbols. By playfully incorporating mythology and astrology, Vanessa Decort brings unique interpretations to traditional tarot, presenting a deck that is both insightful and accessible.
A tarot inspired bandana illustrating the four minor arcana and sun, moon, star, world, and wheel of fortune. Black 100% cotton bandana measuring at 21.5x21.5in screen-printed with white ink. Perfect as a tarot cloth or altar cloth.
Tarot deck exclusively published by Camoin Editions since 1997
Guardian of the Tradition of the Tarot de Marseille since more than two centuries, the Camoin House was forced by the industrial revolution to change the colors of the Tarot. After a long Philippe Camoin, research task and Alejandro Jodorowsky tried to rebuild the colors and the symbols of the Tarot. Some were incomplete or had already disappeared at the 18th century.
Philippe Camoin, reference internationally recognized on the Tarot de Marseille, and Alejandro Jodorowsky, scenario writer of legend and master es Tarot, linked their efforts in order to create a Tarot de Marseille which is most esoteric possible, while respecting esoteric breadth tradition and symbolic system.
The attempt at Reconstitution of the Tarot de Marseille is a scientific study which was undertaken during several years per Philippe Camoin and Alejandro Jodorowsky. "Almost the totality of the Tarots of the whole world are copied from the pattern of the Tarot de Marseille”, Philippe Camoin observes, in the light of many irrefutable signs which it gathered and reveals during his investigations on the Tarot de Marseille. The essential aim of this research is to find the symbols, the vocation and the significance first of this monument of the Occidental culture, whose language is also understandable to our Eastern friends. It is not useless to quote H.P.Blavatsky here: “The Tarot is the key of all the Western esotericism”.
Tarot of the Holy Spectrum is an independently designed Tarot deck, by multi disciplinary artist, Chase Voorhees.
The cards are printed on beautiful, high quality 350gsm Art Paper, featuring a matte black finish on both the backs and the edges of the cards. The artistic intention around this choice was to create the illusion of a black void when the deck is face down. Each time you reach for your deck, it offers the ritual of reaching into the unknown to receive guidance and clarity from the cards.
Tarot of the Holy Spectrum tells a story through color. The Major Arcana is focused in black and white with intentional pops of color, while each of the Minor Arcana suits progresses through the color spectrum.
The cards are sized at 120mm x 70mm (traditional Tarot size), and come in a gorgeous, matte black custom designed box, specifically created for the deck by Chase.
Tarot of the Holy Spectrum Includes:
78 tarot cards, each beautifully designed in full color, with matte finish and black edging and backs
Matte black box, with a holographic infinity loop on the cover
Please note: This Tarot deck does not come with a guide book. The intention behind this choice is to empower the reader to come to their own understanding of what the cards mean for them.
From the Authors "The Tarot Sirene our latest project brings together many of the magics we have gathered whilst working and living in various places around the world. From the friends we have been fortunate to meet and be connected with to the fictional worlds which so often have augmented our realities to the point of breaking our beliefs.
Stories, people, mermaids, colour, adventure, discovery, travel, the sea. These are a few of our favorite things. May the iridescent waves of the Tarot Sirene take you places you’ve never been before."
The Antique Anatomy Tarot - Deck & Guidebook for The Modern Reader by Claire Goodchild
Natural history meets spirituality in The Antique Anatomy Tarot, a deluxe boxed set of cards and guidebook by Claire Goodchild, owner of the design studio Black and the Moon. The foil-stamped keepsake box contains a 78-card tarot deck and an accompanying guidebook. The cards, which feature illustrations of vintage anatomical drawings collaged with plants and flowers, represent a fresh and creative interpretation of the tarot archetypes. In the accompanying guidebook, Goodchild provides insightful descriptions of the meaning of every card. With beautifully styled photography and accessible text, she explains how to set up different types of readings—including Celtic Cross and Moon Cycle spreads—and clearly outlines the numerological, elemental, and astrological associations of the cards (powerful information to have at your fingertips when you are doing readings). Thoughtfully and beautifully conceived, The Antique Anatomy Tarot is an inspiring tool for spiritual and personal development. Special Features
Hinged-lid keepsake box with foil stamping, a 78-card deck, and an 80-page guidebook
Deck includes the complete Major and Minor Arcana, reinterpreted in unique full-color art
Guidebook features full-color photography throughout
Perfect for spiritual seekers who love plants, flowers, sculls, bones, elixirs, and antique ephemera
The Arcana of Astrology Oracle Deck by Claire Goodchild
Harness the magic of the cosmos with astrology-themed oracle cards The Arcana of Astrology is a dreamy guidebook and deck of 54 oracle cards revolving around all things astrological. Author and artist Claire Goodchild created this deck as a tool to teach the archetypes of astrology, with art inspired by vintage star charts and cards featuring the zodiac signs, the 12 houses, and the planets, moon phases, and more. The term oracle encompasses all card decks used for divination, which are typically used as a way to get insight into a situation and tap into your intuition. But don’t be intimidated if you know nothing about astrology or oracle-reading—the 96-page guidebook teaches you everything you need to know about reading cards and applying their message to your life. With practice, The Arcana of Astrology will deepen your connection to the cosmos, to yourself, and to those around you.
A 78-card artist's Tarot deck inspired by the plants and animals of North America. Featuring hand-colored linocuts of Emi Brady and a full-length guidebook authored by Rachel Pollack.
This second edition box set includes 78 cards printed on heavy duty 400 gsm cardstock, physical and digital copies of Rachel Pollack's guidebook, and a sturdy, two-part box. The box, book, and cards all feature a soft-touch matte finish, and the cards are edged in matte gold. Cards and book both measure 3" x 5" (7.5 cm x 12.7 cm), and the box measures 3.5" x 2.25" x 5.25" (8.9 cm x 5.72 cm x 13.3 cm).
78 card tarot deck + 116 page guidebook. Cards are printed on 400gsm card stock, with a matte lamination finish and rounded corners. Guidebook cover is printed on 200gsm art paper, and the pages are an uncoated 100gsm paper, with glued binding. Cards measure 76mmx114mm (the box measures 3" x 4.5") Cards and guidebook are packed in a sturdy two-piece cardboard box.
he Fox Tarot is an astrology-inspired tarot deck that blends together traditional tarot wisdom with the zodiac and planets. Each box includes 78 cards and a 116 page guidebook. All cards and the guidebook were designed and written by Taylor Haigh on Gabriola Island in British Columbia, 2017.
The guidebook covers meanings for all 78 cards in addition to zodiac signs, astronomy, elements, card suits, and additional card groupings. It also discusses intention, tarot therapy, and card spreads. The tarot is a tool to help you on your journey of self-exploration, asking the questions you didn't think to ask and leading you to new revelations and discoveries about yourself.
A successful Kickstarter campaign lead to the printing of the first edition of The Fox Tarot in 2017. In 2018 it was sold out and a second printing was done of what would be known as the Pips Edition. The second printing sold out in 2019.
For the third printing, the cards have been totally reworked with revisions to some of the Major Arcana (most of which will remain the same) and a new cleaner look for the pips. The cards feature a new design for the back that does not reveal the orientation. The guidebook has been restructured for ease of use collecting all associations for each card onto one page rather than in separate sections and fleshed out further. The box has been upgraded to a sturdy two-piece box with a new design, and the edges of the cards are gold for some extra shine.
Printed on high-quality card material and packaged in a conveniently unbendable box, this one-of-a-kind unofficial tarot deck celebrates the enduring legacy of the classic TV show The Golden Girls. More than thirty years after it first aired, the show retains a steadily growing cult following. The Golden Girls ran for seven seasons (collecting a staggering fifty-eight Emmy nominations and eleven wins along the way), and over the years, this hit comedy about four fierce and sassy ladies sharing a house in Miami charmed millions of viewers with its wit and verve, and most of all, the strength and quality of the friendship between its four iconic characters.
The Golden Girls Tarot Cards are based on the simple structure of the classic Rider-Waite tarot deck--Dorothy, Rose, Blanche, and Sophia are each given their own suit. This deck also comes with some basic (and Golden Girls-centric) instructions on how to kick-start your career in tarot reading. And hey: if your future, as ordained by these cards, ain't looking so bright--just turn on one of your favorite episodes of The Golden Girls to whittle away the time with everybody's favorite foursome.
The Hoodoo Tarot: 78-Card Deck and Book for Rootworkers by Tayannah Lee McQuillar
A divination deck and guidebook rooted in the American Hoodoo tradition
• Includes 78 full-color Tarot cards that depict legendary rootworkers past and present as well as important Hoodoo archetypes and symbols
• Provides in-depth card meanings for each card in the Major Arcana and the four suits of the Minor Arcana, including the history of the rootworker or symbol featured, any associated magical plants, and guidance based on the card’s meaning
• Offers a history of Hoodoo and its complex heritage, including its roots in multiple African and Native American ethnic groups as well as its European influences
Between the 17th and 19th centuries, many Indigenous Americans and people of African descent intermarried and socialized more often than is acknowledged by mainstream history books and scholars. These interactions produced not only a multicultural people but also a body of knowledge that is known today as Hoodoo or Rootwork.
Celebrating the complex American Rootwork tradition, The Hoodoo Tarot integrates esoteric and botanical knowledge from Hoodoo with the divination system of the Tarot. Structured like a traditional Tarot deck, each of the 78 cards features full-color paintings by magical-realist artist Katelan Foisy and elegantly interprets the classical Tarot imagery through depictions of legendary rootworkers past and present as well as important Hoodoo symbolism.
In the accompanying guidebook, Tayannah Lee McQuillar provides a history of Hoodoo and its complex heritage, including its roots in multiple African and Indigenous American ethnic groups as well as its European influences. She explores the traditional forms of divination used by rootworkers, including cartomancy, explaining how pairing the Tarot with Hoodoo is a natural fit. For each card in the Major Arcana and the four suits of the Minor Arcana (sticks, baskets, needles, and knives), McQuillar provides an in-depth card meaning that draws on both Tarot and Hoodoo tradition. She shares the history of the rootworker or symbol featured, any associated magical plants, a related scriptural quote, and guidance and advice based on the card’s meaning. She also offers instructions on card spreads and shares sample card readings.
Offering a divination system rooted in the Indigenous and African experience in North America, The Hoodoo Tarot provides a hands-on way to honor and explore the magic of Hoodoo for personal growth and spiritual inspiration.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Tayannah Lee McQuillar is a tarot reader and researcher of religion, esoterica, and mysticism. The author of several books, including Rootwork: The Folk Magic of Black America, and the divination deck The Sibyls Oraculum, she lives in New York City. Katelan V. Foisy is an artist, circle leader, and tarot consultant who has been featured in the New York Times and Elle magazine. Her work has appeared in exhibits throughout the United States and UK. The illustrator of The Sibyls Oraculum, she lives in Chicago.