Lost Code of Tarot
The Lost Code of Tarot is a fictional deck, created as though it is the original tarot on which all others are based. It has 80 aged-looking cards with illustrations inspired by da Vinci's notebooks and the Voynich Manuscript. Not for beginners; the cards are untitled and non-traditional and the guidebook is a book of shadows rather than a companion book with meanings.
Tarot Deck - 80 Cards - Lo Scarabeo 2016
Lost Code of Tarot review by medusawink
The Lost Code of Tarot box set by Lo Scarabeo is a multimedia project created by Andrea Aste, where post-modernism, magic realism, and art intersect. This box set consists of a tarot deck, sometimes identified as the Alchemists Tarot, and the Book of Shadows.
The basic premise/conceit is that this Alchemists Tarot is the *original* tarot, on which all other tarot decks have been based. The deck is the invention of a single creator as opposed to *real* tarot decks which are the product of cumulative knowledge collected over hundreds of years. The alchemist who created the deck kept a journal or Book of Shadows detailing his works and creations… And it is here that one can uncover clues to the myths and symbols contained in the deck. The book of shadows is emphatically NOT a guid... read more reviews.
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More About These CardsName: Lost Code of Tarot
Creators: Andrea Aste
Publisher: Lo Scarabeo 2016
Deck Type: Tarot Deck
Major Arcana: 22
Minor Arcana: 56
Card Language: None
Companion Material: A Book of Shadows is included with the cards the deepens the mythology of the deck, but doesn't provide card meanings.