A Pagan/Witch-friendly deck, the Witches Tarot has substitutions such as Pan for the Devil, and the Seeker as the Hermit. Knowledge of the Qabbalah would help interpretation, as each of the major arcana correspond to a place on the tree of life. The cards are painted and borderless.
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Ellen Cannon Reed,
Tarot Deck - 78 Cards - Llewellyn 1992 Llewellyn 2007
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Witches Tarot review by Kathleen Meadows
There are many things about this deck that make it attractive to those who follow the Wiccan/Pagan path and/or the Cabala. Reed and Cannon have made an extensive study of both traditions to create a deck that successfully blends both, making them both much easier to grasp. If you are better versed in one of these traditions, then you'll grasp the other with ease using the Cannons method of interpretation.
The deck itself is comprised of what looks like a series of perfect, borderless little paintings. The images are rich in colour that is starkly contrasted with a plain black back illustrated with a simple silver pentagram. I think using this deck for clients would undoubtedly convey mystery, magic, and titillation. They wouldn't be bored, I can assure you! That Strength car... read all reviews
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Name: Witches Tarot
Ellen Cannon Reed,
Publisher: Llewellyn 1992
Publisher: Llewellyn 2007
Deck Type: Tarot Deck
Major Arcana: 22
Minor Arcana: 56
Deck Tradition: Mixed
Minor Arcana Style: Unique Scenes With Suit Symbols
Suits: Cups, Swords, Wands, Pentacles
Court Cards: Princess, Prince, Queen, King
The Fool is numbered 0
Strength is numbered 8
Justice is numbered 10
Card Size: 2.75 x 4.63 in. = 6.99cm x 11.75cm
Card Language: English
Card Back: Non-reversible
Back Design: Black with a silver pentacle.
Companion Material: Companion book.
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