The vivid illustrations in this stunning deck bring the arcana to life like never before! Experience how these avant-garde realizations of familiar tarot figures and symbols can open your inner temple.
Chutzpah: (Yiddish) 1. Boldness coupled with supreme self-confidence. 2. Impudent rudeness or lack of respect.
One of the major milestones in the history of the Tarot was the publication of the book, The Pictorial Key to the Tarot by A. E. Waite a century ago. It was important because it was the first time a book on a Tarot deck was published simultaneously with the deck it described. This, combined with deck he and Pamela Coleman ("Pixie") Smith created (which was the first time both the Major and Minor Arcana had pictures on them) revolutionized the popularity...read more.
From Where Do the Cards of the Tarot Originate? Mystery shrouds the origin of Tarot cards, but ancient oracle decks have been found in a wide range of places, from Hungary to India to China. Some historical sources credit the traveling, wandering musicians and performers who roamed (originally) from India to Persia to Egypt for carrying cards and... read this article