Shadow Work Tarot Decks
Tarot decks for shadow work, exploring your shadow side, and going deeper into the dark sides of the psyche.
The Akron Tarot is a German set with 80 cards and a large 395 companion book. The surreal Tarot scenes depart from standard imagery and emphasise the female energies.
The striking, fascinating artwork in the classic Aleister Crowley Thoth Tarot was conceptualised by the famous occultist and Golden Dawn member, Aleister Crowley, and created by Lady Frieda Harris. This edition of the deck has 80 cards, which includes three versions of the Magus card.
The Bohemian Gothic Tarot is the dark sister of the Victorian Romantic Tarot. It's a deck of the shadows; dark, beautiful, a little melancholy and mysterious. The editions of the deck and a deck-and-book set are now out of print.
The Hermetic Tarot is black and white only, but is very highly detailed Tarot deck of 78 cards. It is an artistic recreation of a mysterious, esoteric Tarot deck by Mathers, a member of the Order of the Golden Dawn.
The Sacred Rose Tarot is a beautiful, vibrant Tarot deck that has had some Qabbalistic symbolism added to the colourful artwork, inspired by medieval stained glass and Byzantine icons. Suitable for readers of any level.
Not your regular tarot deck, the major arcana cards of the Shadow Tarot are based on the 22 Tunnels of Set as described by Aleister Crowley. The deck is intended to assist contact and integration with our shadow energies, facilitating access to unexplored territory in the psyche. Now available in a 78-card edition through The Game Crafter.
The purpose for the Symbolon Tarot deck is to recreate memories from past lives. The cards show images from European myths and history, and on each corner of the card are astrological symbols. While designed for psychological or memory work, it can be used as a divinatory tool with some knowledge of astrology.
The Tarot of the Crone is a tarot of transformation and the Crone's journey. Previously available as a limited edition deck of only 100 copies, it has now been reprinted in a second edition, with card titles and borders.