Aquarian Tarot
Aquarian Tarot
Aquarian Tarot
Aquarian Tarot
Aquarian Tarot
Aquarian Tarot
Aquarian Tarot
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Aquarian Tarot

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The compelling imagery in this best-selling tarot deck brings medieval tarot symbolism into modern Aquarian age. Card titles and booklet in French, Spanish and English. In this Age of Aquarius the Tarot cards are enjoying a revival of interest, well deserved. The first known cards are dated 1390 A.D., but it is probable that their origin dates back much earlier. The mystery of their origin and the esoteric symbols have intrigued man through the centuries. Today we can find new meaning in the old symbols, applicable to our lives.

Man has always been interested in the mysteries of his unconscious and the future; whether consciously or not, he has always strived toward the light of transcendent life. The cards, in the universal language of symbols, explore man's collective unconscious and its bearing on one's personal life and growth. A proper reading of the cards can help one gain perspective on personal questions and reorder the priorities in his life. Whether the cards help one to know oneself better or point one in a new direction, they add a new dimension to one’s experience of life.

 Product Details:

ISBN: 9780913866696
Boxed 78 cards, 78 page booklet
Publisher: US Games, Inc. Published: January, 1998
Size: 3 x 1.2 x 4.8 Weight: 0.463 Lbs

                     Author


                     David Palladini
                     ( 1946 - 2019 )

American illustrator, best known for his Aquarian Tarot deck , the New Palladini Tarot, and illustrations of children's books, especially The Girl Who Cried Flowers and other tales by Jane Yolen. His style is reminiscent of the Art Nouveau illustrations of Alfons Mucha and Aubrey Beardsley, and the Art Deco designs of Erte. Palladini was born in Italy and emigrated to America as a child.

David's artistic memoir, The Journal of an Artist, a bracingly honest look at a man who chose to honor his authentic path by devoting his life to art, was published by Black Swan Press in 2011. David discusses his work on The Aquarian Tarot and the New Palladini Tarot in Painting the Soul: The Tarot Art of David Palladini, with co-author Anastasia Haysler, also published by Black Swan Press in 2013.



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