Golden Dawn Tarot Decks
Tarot decks produced by the Hermetic Order of the Golden Dawn, and other decks following their esoteric teachings.
The striking, fascinating artwork in this deck was created by the famous occultist and Golden Dawn member, Aleister Crowley. The Thoth Tarot deck is regarded as another classic Tarot deck, but some previous knowledge of tarot would help when using this deck. This edition of the deck has 80 cards, which included three versions of the Magus card.
The Golden Dawn Enochian Skrying Tarot is an innovative, non-traditional Tarot of 89 cards that contains two decks in one - the Enochian Watchtower Tarot and the Western Tattvas Tarot. The cards are intended for skrying, divination, and magickal work.
The Golden Dawn Magical Tarot uses symbology and colours as adhered to by the Order of the Golden Dawn. The major arcana show abstract and very vibrant scenes, but the minors are overly repetitive. Little changes between the cards of a suit but the number of cups or pentacles.
The Order of the Golden Dawn was an active occult society in Europe around ninety years ago which attracted some brilliant people. Their tarot deck was illustrated by Wang under instruction from Regardie, and is a work of esoteric importance rather than aesthetic interest.
The Golden Dawn Temple Tarot is a modern interpretation of the Golden Dawn's Book "T". The 79 vibrant cards are painted with up-to-date colour theory, and bordered to match their Tree of Life or elemental attribution. The deck is designed for Temple use, as well as individual meditations and esoteric study.
The Golden Dawn Temple Tarot Meditation Set is 23-card set, designed using the traditional symbolism of 'Book T' to aid in archetypal meditations. The vivid borders also connect each card with its placement in the Tree of life. The set includes two versions of the Temperance card.
The Initiatory Tarot of the Golden Dawn has been created from documents from the occult group. The deck artist was without any knowledge of their previous decks, so the result is comic-book style illustrations with familiar elements in new interpretations.