The glory of felines is celebrated with Renaissance flair! This ornate deck seeks to bridge the gap between past and present by blending classical and contemporary ideologies along with artistic styles. The result is an aristocratic deck with a humorous twist. Includes 48-page booklet of instructions.
"Medieval Cat Tarot marries rich esoteric symbolism with truly wonderful artistic styling and expression. While there is a definite theme to the illustrations on the cards, this is not merely a collector's deck. Each card's meaning is rendered in a heartfelt but simple way so that anyone can appreciate and understand it. One need only seek to identify with the players in the drama acted out on each card. The characters on each card are shown either in the act of, or participating in, behavior and situations which describe the truest meanings of the card as it is understood in a more universal way, based upon the Golden dawn symbolism as interpreted by A.E. Waite."
-- Lawrence Teng, Introduction to Medieval Cat Tarot
Mr. Teng lives in Richmond, B.C. a coastal region of Canada close to Vancouver. He reads Tarot as a hobby, preferring to use the modified Celtic cross as a layout.
Author: Gina M. Pace and Lawrence Teng
Artist: Lawrence Teng
Features exuberant imagery drawing on the African experience. Romito has reinterpreted the standard Rider-Waite images with symbols inspired by indigenous South African culture. - Includes 55 page booklet.
Albano-Waite Tarot Deck - Reprint of the 78-card tarot deck published in 1968 and based on Pamela Colman Smith's designs.
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