The PsyCards are a set of 40 cards inspired by Carl Jung's works, with attractive medieval-style art. It has some correspondences with the major arcana of the tarot, but also has extra cards for simple readings. The cards are divided into groupings: Direction, Fundamentals, Symbols, Archetypes, Characters, and Happenings.
Complete Details of PsycardsCreators: Maggie Kneen, Nick Hobson
Publisher: US Games 1982
Deck Type: Oracle Deck
Deck Tradition: Unique
Minor Arcana Style: None
Card Titles: 1. The Inquirer, 2. Yes, 3. No, 4. Now, 5. Never, 6. The Body, 7. The Home, 8. Work, 9. The Skills, 10. Money, 11. Friendship, 12. Fortune, 13. Father, 14. Mother, 15. Birth, 16. Death, 17. The Libido, 18. Destruction, 19. Peace, 20. The Sun, 21. The Moon, 22. The Stars, 23. The Tree, 24. The Scales, 25. The Tower, 26. The Wheel, 27. The Beauty, 28. The Warrior, 29. The Liar, 30. The Stranger, 31. The Sage, 32. The Fool, 33. The Beast, 34. The Message, 35. The Voyage, 36. The Puzzle, 37. Prison, 38. Liberation, 39. The Cave, 40. Union
The Fool is 0
Card Size: 2.50 x 4.30 in. = 6.35cm x 10.92cm
Card Language: English
Card Back: Reversible
Back Design: Half-inch Diamond Pattern throughout; with maroon and red making the outlines; gold fills in the diamond shapes, and red crosses are inside the gold diamonds.
Companion Material: A paperback: 'The PsyCards Book: A Journey into the Psyche' by Nick Hobson. It's approx. 220 pgs; 4 x 7-inch dimension with black and white illustrations. There's also a companion book by Catt Foy, 'Psycards - A New Alternative to Tarot'.
Similar Decks to PsycardsTheme: Medieval & Renaissance
Creator: Old English Tarot by Maggie Kneen