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Thoth Tarot Deck with Other and Booklet

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Special issues of our bestselling tarot deck in larger, high profile format. Specially designed large format packaging. Greater visibility with less pilferage. All cases measure 4-5/8" x 7-1/4" and include 18x20" full color spread sheet. Includes 3 versions of the Magus Card, painted by Lady Freida Harris.
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Published December 30th 2005 by U.S. Games Systems (first published 1969)
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I am still divided on this one. I had this deck at one point as a baby-beginning tarot reader. The major arcana and the minor suits are regular with just a few logical, enough easy-to-understand deviations in the MA. This is always a plus for me because ideally, I love the ease of readily and ably using ALL my tarot decks without learning a massive new system, even though it is a collection.
I remember looking at the piccies a lot, they are gracefully beautiful, colorf
Deep symbolism, trite astrological correspondences. Take with a grain of salt.
Luck Hawkins
This is a fun tarot deck. It is based on the Rider Waite deck and doesn't expound much beyond the basic symbolism of that deck. Crowley blathers on a great deal about the movement of the star based on writings be Eliphas Levi (From what I recall, it has been a few years), and how he and Lady Frieda Harris came up with the art.

Really the only value this deck has over others is if you believe Crowley's special brand of mystical non-sense. If you are not a Thelemite this is a convoluted version of
Feb 29, 2012 Teleri rated it 4 of 5 stars  ·  review of another edition
Recommends it for: Advanced students of Qaballah with a Thelemic belief.
Recommended to Teleri by: Jon Schindler
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For the Thelemite in your life. I always found the artwork to be stunning. And I think Crowley was a cad. Inspired, sometimes, brilliant, yes. While his greatest legacy may well be this lovely deck, his original companion book is fraught with the worst Victorian mannerisms of prosody. For the serious & advance student of things Qabalistic & Thelemic. While I often used it in meditation, I rarely used it for fortune telling & don't think I ever read for another person on it. My relati ...more
Diane Mendenhall
I don't care for this deck and the associated book. I seem to only pick up negative vibes.
Gunther Prien
I was really attracted to the Art Deco style art of these cards - and for good reason, that is the era in which I had come from. The artwork, from what I read of the booklet, was started in 1938 and finished in '43. Because it is artwork from 'my time' I was able to connect with the cards. I don't use my deck for readings, but rather to make 'Tarot Elixirs/Essences' (as I make my own Crystal and Flower essences as well).
Many tried it before, and oh so many tried it since, but none, no one really succeed in it.

It's still the best fucking Taro deck in known existence.
Plain and simple.
Heather turner
this set is beautiful, it just was not for me. if you like math and Egypt this may be the set for you.
Definitely a deck very beautiful and complex. I Love it!
Chris Brown
Very accessible, well-presented guide to the Thoth deck
Niomi Zaragamba
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One of the best decks to ever be created. I know Crowley's name causes some visceral reactions in people, but I think it's important to try and separate the man from his work.
This is a great deck for reading, and I have not been steered wrong once while using this deck.
Yes some of the imagery and energy can be dark and heavy, but guess what? That's life. It isn't all rainbows and puppy farts. This deck is visceral and ethereal at the same time.
I can understand how this deck would not be for s
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