Ethereal Visions

Each card is illuminated with gold foil stamping, to elegant effect. Includes a 48-page booklet. Matt Hughes is a self-taught artist who focuses on the aesthetic approaches referred to today as "The Golden Age of Illustration.

Author: Matt Hughes

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ISBN: 9781572819252

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In creating Ethereal Visions Tarot Matt Hughes has drawn inspiration from the Art Nouveau movement, adopting its distinctive style and meticulous approach to craftsmanship. The artist has also created two additional cards to supplement the traditional Major Arcana. Every detailed image in the 80-card deck is hand drawn and colored. Each card is illuminated with gold foil stamping, to elegant effect. Includes a 48-page booklet. Matt Hughes is a self-taught artist who focuses on the aesthetic approaches referred to today as "The Golden Age of Illustration." His style combines inspiration from the Art Nouveau, Pre-Raphaelite and Symbolist movements, to produce an artistic expression uniquely his own.

Crystal Tarot

As rich and complex as life itself, the Crystal Tarot blends the look of stained glass with art nouveau style to gracious effect.

Author: Elisabetta Trevisan

Publisher: Lo Scarabeo Decks

ISBN: 9780738700588

Category: Body, Mind & Spirit

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As rich and complex as life itself, the Crystal Tarot blends the look of stained glass with art nouveau style to gracious effect. The use of patterns within patterns gives depth to the traditional pictures of the Tarot. Influenced by both the Rider-Waite and Thoth Tarot decks, this modern Tarot is an exquisite blend of the old and the new. The familiar images are all there, while the details?executed in brilliant and unusual colors?invite viewers to linger, to search, to make sure they miss nothing?an effective trait in a tool of self-examination.

The Fool s Journey the History Art and Symbolism of the Tarot

He Combined pen, acrylic paint, watercolor, pastels, oil paint, and gold foils, ... The title, Fenestra, is Latin for “window” and the Art Nouveau borders ...

Author: Robert M. Place

Publisher: Lulu.com

ISBN: 0557533503

Category: Religion

Page: 128

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This is one of the best resources for understanding the Tarot's mystical symbolism. It includes an updated history based on Place's The Tarot: History Symbolism and Divination, which "Booklist" said " may be the best book ever written on ...the tarot." This edition adds color illustrations of key works and comparative illustrations from the Renaissance, from alchemical texts, from ancient Egypt, and from occult sources. It views the Tarot as a 500-year visual conversation between artists, mystics, and occultists. The work is based on the 2010 Tarot exhibition at the LA Craft and Folk Art Museum, curated by Place, and includes the Visconti-Sforza Tarot, the 1st Italian printed deck, the oldest Tarot of Marseille, The 1st occult reference, the 1st occult Tarot, the 1st modern Tarot, the 1st New Age Tarot, and examples from popular modern decks including the Twilight Tarot, the Legacy Tarot, the Deviant Moon Tarot, the Annotated Tarot of the Sevenfold Mystery, and Place's Alchemical Tarot.


Ancient Italian Tarot

This deck marks the coming of age of Tarot in Italy.

Author: ANONIMO

Publisher:

ISBN: 9780738700267

Category: Body, Mind & Spirit

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This deck marks the coming of age of Tarot in Italy. The classic design of the Marseilles decks, reinvented by an anonymous artist, exemplifies 19th-century Italian art: detailed, symbolic, and richly colored in vibrant greens, muted reds, and vivid golds. The whole, decadently costumed array of Tarot archetypes are presented here, along with delicately ornamented Marseilles style pips.

Color Your Own Tarot

he fifth suit of a Tarot deck is sometimes referred to as the Major Arcana. ... to color your very own personalized Tarot cards. n Art Nouveau Tarot deck is ...

Author: Editors of Thunder Bay Press

Publisher: Simon and Schuster

ISBN: 1645175332

Category: Games & Activities

Page: 96

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Your tarot journey can provide a world of color! Carry on the richly layered tradition of divination through tarot with this mystical, 78-card deck, coloring in each card to modernize your journey with your personal energy. The 96-page instruction book outlines the meaning of each card and suggests card spreads that can be used in a reading. Embark on a quest for hidden wisdom and self-knowledge in this latest oracle by Mary Packard.

Tarot of the Magicians

The chapel art and Dina's own obsession with archaic alphabets must have inspired the revised art nouveau Tarot deck Wirth published in 1926.

Author: Wirth, Oswald

Publisher: Weiser Books

ISBN: 1578635314

Category: Body, Mind & Spirit

Page: 256

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Tarot of the Magicians by Swiss occultist artist and author Oswald Wirth was first published in Paris in 1927, and a Weiser edition was later released in 1985. Long unavailable, the book is back in print in a beautiful new package with full-color pull-out cards reproducing Wirth’s 1889 tarot deck. With a new introduction by bestselling tarot author Mary K. Greer, Tarot of the Magicians offers tarot enthusiasts and students of the occult an in-depth and authoritative analysis of one of the most beautiful and evocative of all modern tarot decks. In this important tarot work of the Major Arcana, Wirth combines the imagery and symbolism from Alchemy, Freemasonry, Rosicrucianism, and the magical heritage of Egypt and Chaldea, and explores the astronomical (rather than strictly zodiacal) associations for the Major Arcana cards.

Tarot and Other Meditation Decks

101 Case, Paul 6; see also Builders of the Adytum Casey, Edward S. 93 Castelli, Antonella 97-98; see also Tarot Art Nouveau Catholic 3-4, 57, 67, 69, ...

Author: Emily E. Auger

Publisher: McFarland

ISBN: 9780786483044

Category: Art

Page: 224

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Hundreds of new Tarot decks have been produced in the late twentieth century, many of them based on the structure and images of Arthur Waite and artist Pamela Smith's Rider-Waite deck (1910). The continuing popularity and influence of the Rider-Waite deck makes it a standard for identifying, categorizing and analyzing contemporary Tarot and other meditation decks. This work of art history analyzes such decks in relation to conventional art styles and movements, including Symbolism, Surrealism, the modernist "grid" and the low/high value hierarchy, and postmodern art movements and concepts such as the dissolution of the modernist value hierarchy, Pattern and Decoration art, and collage. It also examines them in relation to literary concepts, including the novel, utopias, and popular genres. The author's analysis is supported by numerous illustrations, including the Rider-Waite major arcana cards juxtaposed with examples of their counterparts from more recent decks.

Iconic Tarot Decks

Other less complicated but masterful decks include Kat Black's Golden Tarot (see page 96), which showcases the art of collage, using medieval and early ...

Author: Sarah Bartlett

Publisher: Frances Lincoln

ISBN: 0711251711

Category: Art

Page: 224

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Iconic Tarot Decks reveals the secrets, scandals, truths and mysteries behind over 50 of the most beautiful tarot decks ever created.

An ABC of Witchcraft Past and Present

The figures of this Tarot have something of the air of Art Nouveau. Waite was a member of the Golden Dawn, and although sworn to secrecy, he introduced many ...

Author: Doreen Valiente

Publisher: The Crowood Press

ISBN: 0719826918

Category: Body, Mind & Spirit

Page: 400

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This is the only book of its kind on witchcraft that has been written by a practising witch. It is intended to be not merely a history, but a guide to the many strange byways of a vast and fascinating subject. Witchcraft is as old as the human race, and it is actively practised today, by people of all classes. To its devotees, witchcraft is more than spells and charms, or even secret meetings and rituals; it is a philosophy and a way of life. It claims to be the oldest form of religion, that of nature-worship and magic. Since the last Witchcraft Act was repealed in 1951, the revival of public interest in witchcraft has been the subject of continuous controversy. This book is a serious contribution to the study of a subject too long obscured by prejudice and sensationalism.

Constructing Tradition

D. Ouspensky (1878– 1947, Symbolism of the Tarot, 1938). ... Pamela Colman Smith,1878–1951, membre de l'Ordre de la Golden Dawn), dans le style Art nouveau.

Author: Andreas Kilcher

Publisher: BRILL

ISBN: 9004216375

Category: Religion

Page: 492

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This volume of conference proceedings investigates the various ways and patterns with which esoteric writings and groups establish their own tradition. This involves concepts of origin and memory, ways of legitimising esoteric tradition as well as techniques and practices of knowledge transmission in esotericism.

Gnostic Tarot

Impacted by visual arts from a psychedelic subculture, emergent interest in ... popular) is the Aquarian Tarot deck, done in a semiclassic, art-nouveau ...

Author: Lee Irwin

Publisher: Weiser Books

ISBN: 9781609256630

Category: Body, Mind & Spirit

Page: 368

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Gnostic Tarot presents an exciting new path for people who want to use the tarot as a guide for spiritual development. Lee Irwin synthesizes the more traditional forms of interpretation with a new esoteric method based on the contemporary theories of Hermetic and Gnostic spirituality. He has developed ten Mandalas (akin to tarot spreads) for you to use as meditative structures for contemplating the interconnection between the natural elements and consciousness as reflected by the imagery of the cards. Irwin provides a detailed discussion of the esoteric history and structure of the tarot, and explores the symbolism of the Four Suits, The Inner (Minor) Court Cards, and the Major Arcana Cards as illustrated by the Ravenswood and Waite decks. His wellwritten and deeply insightful interpretations of tarot imagery will inspire you to see the sacred in everything surrounding you. By using Irvins Mandalas, mediations, and visualization exercises, you can learn to align your physical, mental, and emotional life with your spiritual growth, to affect an alchemical transformation through the realization of your souls purpose.

Amazing Book of the Tarot

Oswald Wirth's Golden Dawn Tarot also features less complicated Minor Arcana cards , as does the stylish Art Nouveau Tarot by Matt Myers .

Author: John Moore

Publisher: Book Sales

ISBN: 9780785805670

Category: Tarot

Page: 124

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Cardomancy -- The divination of the future by means of cards is an art that has been practiced since ancient times. This lavishly illustrated book shows the reader how to prepare and interpret various spreads of Tarot and ordinary playing cards. Full color.

Northrop Frye

He joined the Order of the Golden Dawn , established several orders of his ... remembered today for his Tarot pack , produced in art - nouveau style by his ...

Author: Robert D. Denham

Publisher: University of Virginia Press

ISBN: 9780813922997

Category: Literary Criticism

Page: 373

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Even the casual reader will notice a strong preoccupation with religion in the work of Northrop Frye. In his latest book, however, the esteemed Frye scholar Robert Denham shows that it played a far greater role than has been assumed—religion was in fact central to practically everything Frye wrote. Denham’s focus shifts the emphasis from Anatomy of Criticism, Frye’s most famous work, and places it on those works with which Frye began and ended his career—the early Fearful Symmetry and, fifty years later, his two studies of the Bible and The Double Vision. This reevaluation is based on a close examination of Frye’s religiously charged language and aided by Denham’s remarkable and unique access to Frye’s notebooks. The notebooks’ contents not only expand on ideas laid out in Frye’s published works but also touch on subjects most readers would not associate with Frye, such as his wide reading in both Eastern religious texts and in esoteric traditions ranging from astrology to the Cabala. Denham does not attempt to distill a theology from Frye’s work; rather, he seeks to trace the movement of Frye’s thought, demonstrating the imaginative use to which he put his wide-ranging reading. The result is a pivotal work, redefining our understanding of one of the most important humanists of the twentieth century.


The Golden Dawn

of philosophy or for the world of art? ... respective styles were born of the Art Nouveau movement and owed nothing to the idiosyncratic notions of ancient ...

Author: R. A. Gilbert

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The Back in Time Tarot Book

COMMENTARY In addition to its sensuous curvilinear strokes, striking art nouveau— style images, and vibrant, luminescent stained-glass surroundings, ...

Author: Janet Boyer

Publisher: Hampton Roads Publishing

ISBN: 1571745874

Category: Body, Mind & Spirit

Page: 238

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"A new method for reading the tarot. Using almost any tarot deck and a memory from their past, readers can gain understanding of their present and insight into their future"--Provided by publisher.

The Essential Golden Dawn

classes in tarot and Enochian magic , and wrote several books on esoteric ... William Horton : A prominent graphic artist in the Art Nouveau movement .

Author: Chic Cicero

Publisher: Llewellyn Worldwide

ISBN: 9780738703107

Category: Body, Mind & Spirit

Page: 336

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For those who want to find out about what the Golden Dawn is and what it has to offer, this book answers questions about its philosophy, principles, and history.