Journey into Egypt Tarot

The Journey into Egypt Tarot features 78 dynamic, highly realistic images from the talented artist, Julie Cuccia-Watts. It blends the Ancient Egyptian calendar, her astrological system, and tarot with skill, and is one of the few decks to showcase the diversity of the Ancient Egyptian population.

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Created by Julie Cuccia-Watts
Tarot Deck - 78 Cards - Self Published 2013



Card Images from the Journey into Egypt Tarot

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Journey into Egypt Tarot review by Chiriku

Even if you don’t own (or like) Egyptian-themed tarot decks, The Journey into Egypt Tarot (JIET) by Julie Cuccia-Watts is an outstanding addition to the tarot canon that you just may not be able to pass up. This is like no other Egyptian-themed deck you’ve ever seen or heard of.

Let’s get the basic “specs” out of the way before delving into the world of this deck.

SPECIFICATIONS

The deck has a traditional tarot structure of 78 cards (56 Minor Arcana and 22 Major Arcana). Most of the Major Arcana retain their traditional names.

The suits are Wands, Swords, Cups and Coins. The artist’s previous tarot deck, The MAAT, used Fire for Swords and Air for Wands and given that in the JEIT the King of Swords looks to be a Roman military leader seated against a fiery bac... read more reviews or write a review.


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Theme: Ancient Egyptian
Category: Borderless Decks
Creator: Ancestral Path Tarot, Blue Moon Tarot, Maat Tarot by Julie Cuccia-Watts


More About These Cards

Name: Journey into Egypt Tarot
Creators: Julie Cuccia-Watts
Publisher: Self Published 2013
Deck Type: Tarot Deck
Cards: 78
Major Arcana: 22
Minor Arcana: 56
Card Language: English

Companion Material: Companion book in hardback or paperback, and a study guide/workbook are available separately.






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