Also known as Union Chernobil
Russian published, the Karmic Tarot deck has reasonably life-like looking, prettily illustrated majors and court cards, but plain pips for the minors.
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Tarot Deck - 78 Cards - Proton Plus
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Karmic Tarot review by Loretta Yeo
I first discovered these card images in 2010 on a photo web site. Since then the web site has come down, and I’ve been pulling my hair out trying to find out more about them.
I finally bought a deck from a bookseller in the Ukraine on his eBay web site. He didn’t know much about them either, and the box and instruction sheet are in Cyrillic as well as the cards. The eBay seller thought that my deck had been printed before the fall of the USSR so they were considered contraband. They are simply called “Karti Taro” on the blue box.
The cards themselves are about the size of a poker deck, 60 mm by 90 mm (2.36”x 3.54”). That is attractive to me since I have short stubby fingers and a lot of my Tarot decks are hard to handle because of their size. The card backs are a symmetrical...
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Name: Karmic Tarot
Alternate Names: Union Chernobil
Publisher: Proton Plus
Deck Type: Tarot Deck