Aleph Tarot

Also known as Cathar Tarot

The Aleph Tarot was published in 1994, printed for the Musée Lilim in France, an association for collaborative arts that is dedicated to the 'myth of Lilith and her children'. The 22 watercolour paintings are detailed yet soft, and reminiscent of Thoth imagery. Now also the latest of Adam McLean's Art Tarot publications, some twelve years after the original printing.

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Aleph Tarot review by Michelle Grooms

The Aleph Tarot deck is currently classified as out of print, but there are some vague rumors running around about a second printing aimed at 2009 depending on the publishing house that may be interested. The author and artist have both expressed a wish that it remain a “collector’s deck,” so that may be only a rumor. Tarot Garden lists the deck as available for purchase, but you have to email them for sales information and availability. The price of the deck will vary greatly depending on who is selling them and how much interest there is in that particular sale. The deck is written in French, but the meanings are unmistakable for those unfamiliar with the French language.

The Aleph Tarot is a Majors only deck of 22 cards and is also known as the Cathar Tarot (listed this way... read more reviews.

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More About These Cards

Name: Aleph Tarot
Alternate Names: Cathar Tarot
Creators: Rossetta Woolf, Aleph Kamal
Publisher: Unknown Publisher 1994
Deck Type: Tarot Deck
Cards: 22
Major Arcana: 22
Minor Arcana Style: None

Card Size: 3.25 x 6.25 in. = 8.26cm x 15.88cm
Card Language: French

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