Tarot of the Silicon Dawn

The Tarot of the Silicon Dawn is an original and modern deck of vivid colours, science fiction imagery and kinetic shapes. There are 97 cards in the deck, including extra majors, extra suit cards, and a new partial suit of the Void. It's an unconventional deck that expands the boundaries of tarot.

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Created by Egypt Urnash
Tarot Deck - 97 Cards - Lo Scarabeo 2011



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Tarot of the Silicon Dawn review by Lillie

Originally published as an 85 card limited edition, the Tarot of the Silicon Dawn is now available as an extended, mass market edition from Lo Scarabeo. Created by Margaret Trauth (Egypt Urnash), it is radical in both its concepts and its execution, pushing the boundaries of the tarot tradition beyond the conventional and into the realms of the original and unexpected.

The set includes a 97 card deck, two extra cards, and a full sized companion book that contains a detailed commentary on the cards in English, and a quick reference guide in four other European languages. Housed in a sturdy box that fastens with a magnetic closure, the cards sit neatly beneath the book in a double well equipped with a white ribbon to aid removal. Smaller than the typical Lo Scarabeo deck, the cards ... read more reviews or write a review.


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Name: Tarot of the Silicon Dawn
Creators: Egypt Urnash
Publisher: Lo Scarabeo 2011
Deck Type: Tarot Deck
Cards: 97
Major Arcana: 25
Minor Arcana: 56

Card Size: 2.24 x 4.02 in. = 5.70cm x 10.20cm






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