Scientific Tarot Decks
Decks with a science focus - chemistry, biology, physics, space, or other scientific fields.
The Elemental Hexagons are six-sided cards that are based on the elements of the periodic table. The 60 cards include the first 30 elements, and 30 other significant elements. The 22 tarot major arcana are also associated with some elements. The deck has been professionally self-published and comes in a sturdy box and with an instruction leaflet.
The Quantum Tarot combines modern theories of physics and quantum mechanics with tarot, through vivid space images from NASA and the Hubble telescope. The 78-card deck is a collaboration from Kay Stopforth and Chris Butler, who also created the 2nd edition of the Universe Cards. Previously released as a 78-card, borderless, gilt-edged edition from Kunati, it's now also been reprinted by Lo Scarabeo.
The Quantum Tarot combines modern theories of physics and quantum mechanics with tarot, through vivid space images from NASA and the Hubble telescope. It's now out in a reworked second edition from Lo Scarabeo, with two extra cards, some changed images, and new black borders.
The Science Tarot is a creative project that combines science, art and mythology with tarot. The majors are science stories, the courts are scientist archetypes, and the suits are bunsen burners, magnifying glasses, scalpels and beakers. A very modern, educational and unique tarot deck.
Beautiful on a very cosmic scale, these oracle cards show aspects of astronomy and the universe. From planets to pulsars to black holes to nebulas, all of the Universe Cards are in full colour. Now available in a second edition.
In the Universe Cards, astronomy, The Universe and quantum physics meld together, forming an oracle deck that shows how the spectacle of the firmament mirrors your inner being. The first edition was originally published by Thorsons in 1999, and for this second edition, Kay worked with artist Chris Butler. Together, they created something more fantasy based than the original whilst still employing the Hubble Telescope images as the artwork's foundation.