Ansata Tarot

The Ansata Tarot contains 22 cards of very detailed, complex imagery and esoteric symbols, mixing European and Egyptian motifs. The 22 cards were first published in 1981 in German, then in English in 1985.

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Created by Paul Struck
Tarot Deck - 22 Cards - AGM Müller 1981

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Ansata Tarot review by Michelle Grooms

The Ansata Tarot deck is currently available from Tarot Garden, Amazon, US Games Systems, AGM Müller, and other retailers. It is available in both German and English versions. It was designed by Paul Struck as a companion to the book Astrologie und Tarot by Bernd Mertz. The set comes packaged in a vinyl case that opens on the side.

The Ansata Tarot is a 22-card Majors only deck, with Strength being 11 and Justice 8 in this deck. The cards are very detailed and complex, most closely associated with Astrology, but contain many esoteric symbols and are loaded with occult symbolism in general. The card backs feature a geometric design with a central image of a two-tone square inside a two-tone circle. When first beginning with the deck you won’t be able to tell if the card of up... read more reviews or write a review.

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More About These Cards

Name: Ansata Tarot
Creators: Paul Struck
Publisher: AGM Müller 1981
Deck Type: Tarot Deck
Cards: 22
Major Arcana: 22
Deck Tradition: Mixed
Minor Arcana Style: None
The Fool is 0
Strength is 11
Justice is 8

Card Size: 3.54 x 4.92 in. = 9.00cm x 12.50cm
Card Language: English
Card Back: Non-reversible
Back Design: Blue geometric design

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