The Universal Tarot draws on many diverse cultures and mythologies such as Christianity, the Egyptians, Islam, Shamanism, Buddhism and more, to show cultural diversity.
Tarot Deck - 74 Cards - Weiser Books 1996
Universal Tarot review by Bonnie Cehovet
Maxwell Miller carries with him a world of experience - as a performance artist, musician, artist and world traveler. One of the aims in the creation of this deck was to show cultural diversity, and to act as a reflection of the times that it was birthed in. Miller sees this deck as a means by which the Seeker may view differing religions and belief systems in relation to each other.
In delving into the history of Tarot, Miller equates Astrology with the element of Air and the rational world of Air signs; Kabbalah with the element of Earth and the movement between heaven and earth on the Tree of Life; Alchemy with the element of Fire and the creative processes; Tarot with the element of Water and the intu... read more reviews.
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More About These CardsName: Universal Tarot
Creators: Maxwell Miller
Publisher: Weiser Books 1996
Deck Type: Tarot Deck