The Maat Tarot has 78 large-size cards rich in colour and symbolism, based on the lunar cycles and seasonal cross-quarters. The deck reinterprets and reorders the traditional deck to make a multicultural, deep and beautiful Tarot. Available as a deck only or with a hardback companion book.
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Tarot Deck - 78 Cards - Self Published 2006
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Maat Tarot review by James Ricklef
The MAAT Tarot, designed by Julie Cuccia-Watts, has an underlying structure largely based upon the lunar cycles
through the zodiac. As a result of its emphasis on lunar phases, it provides an interesting shift in focus toward the
power and importance of the feminine, but without ignoring or denigrating the Tarotís masculine aspects along the
way. Instead, this shift brings a fresh new balance to the Tarot.
For example, the Emperor in this deck is one of the most potent and vibrant versions of the card that I have seen. Its
emphasis is less on the traditional aspects of rigidity and stagnation, which is depicted in many decks, and more on
virility as well as a life affirming sense of mortality. As JCW says in the book that accompanies this deck, ď... death is
part of the ... read all reviews
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Name: Maat Tarot
Publisher: Self Published 2006
Deck Type: Tarot Deck
Major Arcana: 22
Minor Arcana: 56
Deck Tradition: Unique
Minor Arcana Style: Unique Scenes With Suit Symbols
Suits: Cups, Swords, Wands, Coins
Court Cards: Princess, Prince, Queen, King
The Fool is numbered Unnumbered
Strength is numbered Unnumbered
Justice is numbered Unnumbered
Card Size: 4.25 x 5.75 in. = 10.79cm x 14.61cm
Card Language: English
Card Back: Non-reversible
Back Design: Papyrus textured background, black and white papyrus hieroglyphic in the center, blue and orange outer borders.
Companion Material: Beautiful hardback companion book by Julie Cuccia-Watts.
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