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Santa Fe Tarot

The Santa Fe Tarot uses true Native American symbolism, as would have been used by the natives themselves, rather than romanticised images. The artist studied Navajo sand paintings, mythology and symbolism to create a very different deck.

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Created by Holly Huber, Tracy LeCocq
Tarot Deck - 78 Cards - Harper San Francisco

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Santa Fe Tarot review by Karl W. Bokelmann

It all started when I was explaining to a friend on how a deck of cards needs a certain amount of time to align themselves to your energy, your karma, your “medicine”. And with that particular Native-American term, a spark of interest was ignited within me about any similarly modifed cards that may be available. I looked on this very site to see what was out there. I wasn’t sure what I would find but I suppose I wasn’t surprised at some of the “Proud Indian with superimposed spirit wolf or eagle” sets. I was looking for something simpler, and I found it in the Santa Fe Tarot by Holly Huber and Tracy LeCocq.

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Theme: Native American

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Name: Santa Fe Tarot
Creators: Holly Huber, Tracy LeCocq
Publisher: Harper San Francisco
Deck Type: Tarot Deck
Cards: 78

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