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Phoenix Tarot

Also known as Paola Angelotti's Tarot

Titled in Italian, Paola's Phoenix Tarot deck has been created in an unusual, beautiful and very striking style that looks almost like layers of coloured paper. Previously known as Paola Angelotti's Tarot while unpublished, it's now in print as the Phoenix Tarot.

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Created by Paola Angelotti
Tarot Deck - 78 Cards - Self Published 2003

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Phoenix Tarot review by Sandra Marie

The Phoenix Tarot was self-published in 2003, with a numbered and signed edition of 500. When I first saw it on eBay as an out-of-print deck, I fell in love with the Hermit Card (L’Eremita). The Hermit card has always been one of my favorites, but something about this particular one — its shape, its colors (green, violet, and a touch of blue), it’s robed mystery — drew me in. I even printed it from the Internet and framed it long before the deck arrived.

Although still self-published (but not numbered or signed), this edition of the deck is now available through Paola Angelotti’s Web site, the Tarot Garden, and Alida.

If you are drawn to the cards of this deck, then assuredly it is a deck for you, whether you are a beginner or a more experienced reader. It is not, however,...

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Name: Phoenix Tarot
Alternate Names: Paola Angelotti's Tarot
Creators: Paola Angelotti
Publisher: Self Published 2003
Deck Type: Tarot Deck
Cards: 78
Major Arcana: 22
Minor Arcana: 56
Deck Tradition: Italian
Minor Arcana Style: Decorated Pips
Suits: Pentacoli, Bastoni, Spade, Coppe
Court Cards: Principessa, Cavaliere, Regina, Re
Major Titles: Il Bagatto, La Sacerdotessa, L'Imperatrice, L'Imperatore, Il Papa, Gli Amanti, Il Carro, La Giustizia, L'Eremita, La Ruota Della Fortuna, La Forza, L'Appeso, La Morte, La Temperanza,, Il Diavolo, La Torre, Le Stelle, La Luna, Il Sole, Il Giudizio, Il Mondo, Il Matto
The Fool is 22
Strength is 11
Justice is 8

Card Size: 3.15 x 4.84 in. = 8.00cm x 12.30cm
Card Language: Italian
Card Back: Reversible
Back Design: White stars on purple background.

Companion Material: Sheet of meanings, in English.

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