Tarot of the Sorceress: A Witch’s Wheel of the Year (78 Cards and 128-Page Guidebook) (Kit)

Tarot of the Sorceress: A Witch’s Wheel of the Year (78 Cards and 128-Page Guidebook) By Berengere Demoncy Cover Image
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Discover the hidden messages of the tarot and learn more about yourself with the Tarot of the Sorceress.
 
Inspired by a pagan seasonal spirituality, this striking tarot deck is a based on the Tarot de Marseille  and is designed around the Wheel of the Year, the seasons and the festivals that punctuate it.  Each card is presented in intricate detail – not just the majors.  There is a companion book that provides samples readings and a decryption of each card.
 
Drawn in beautifully in black and white and printed with metallic highlights, the 78 cards include: 22 Major Arcana representing allegories of the seasons and the 8 Sabbaths, 56 minor arcana based on the 4 elements present in magical rituals: Air (Sword suite) / Fire (Staff suite) / Earth (Coins suite) / Water (Cup suite).  The different messages of the cards refer to, and are organized around, the magical rituals of Wicca; Sabbaths (wheel of the year), the seasons, the phases of the moon, the stars, and implements and the elements (crystals, plants, flowers, shells, constellations, cauldrons, etc.).

Perfect for anyone interested in tarot and the wicca traditions, as well as being a beautiful gift for any tarot user, both beginners and more advanced users.

About the Author


Artistic director and illustrator, Bérengère Demoncy has exercised her expertise in everything from publishing, to fashion, to the creation of illustrated card decks. Her current work is inspired by pop culture and the esoteric world of tarot, which she practices and designs with love and intuition.
 


Product Details
ISBN: 9781922785053
ISBN-10: 1922785059
Publisher: Rockpool Publishing
Publication Date: November 22nd, 2022
Pages: 128
Language: English
 

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