Tarot of the White Cats
The Tarot of the White Cats is very much in the tradition of the Rider-Waite Tarot - except for the blue-eyed, white cats drawn in the cards, instead of people. The symbolism is standard and non-threatening enough for use for the Tarot beginner.
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Tarot Deck - 78 Cards - Lo Scarabeo
Card Images from the Tarot of the White Cats
Tarot of the White Cats review by Dan Pelletier
A New Look at a Neutral Reading Deck
I like a neutral deck for my everyday 'carrying' deck. I like to carry a deck with art that is instantly recognizable as tarot, but with a very subtle approach, something that can blend with any environment. Maggie Kneen's Old English Tarot has served that purpose well.
However, there is a new deck that has become my new carrying deck.
Tarot of White Cats.
Here we see a brilliant approach to Waite/Coleman-Smith style images, executed by Severino Baraldi, creator of 'The Dragons Tarot', 'Tarot of Druids', 'Tarot of the Journey to the Orient', and 'Ramses: Tarot of Eternity'. Baraldi is perhaps best known as an illustrator of books, ranging from history to children's books.
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Similar Decks to the Tarot of the White Cats
Marseille Cat Tarot,
Ramses: Tarot of Eternity,
Tarot of Princesses,
Tarot of the Druids,
Tarot of the Journey to the Orient
by Severino Baraldi
More About These Cards
Name: Tarot of the White Cats
Publisher: Lo Scarabeo
Deck Type: Tarot Deck
Deck Tradition: Rider-Waite-Smith
Card Back: Unknown