Tarot Magow

Also known as Tarot of the Magi

The Tarot Magow - Tarot of the Magi - is an English and Polish titled Fournier republication of a Polish deck. Its imagery is esoteric and has the strong thickness of pastels.

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Created by Jan Opalinsky, Jan Witold Suliga
Tarot Deck - 78 Cards - Fournier



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Tarot Magow review by Tarot Garden

Among eastern European countries, Poland "leads the pack" as a producer of fascinating and original tarots. One of the earliest 78-card Polish decks was the celebrated Tarot Magow. Appealingly colorful and full of deep, Hermetic symbolism, the Magow was first brought to the attention of a larger, worldwide audience when K. Frank Jensen documented it in his celebrated publication, Manteia. In issue #7, pg. 29, Jensen writes: "While many modern tarot decks have moved away from the hermetic/esoteric contents towards a more psychological and neo pagan attitude (if they have any attitude at all), this deck does, even if the art style is modern and different, have a content, that makes it a workable tool for the practicing magician, for the Golden Dawn student, and for all others, to whom 'th... read more reviews or write a review.


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Theme: Eastern European


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Name: Tarot Magow
Alternate Names: Tarot of the Magi
Creators: Jan Opalinsky, Jan Witold Suliga
Publisher: Fournier
Deck Type: Tarot Deck
Cards: 78






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