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The Tarot of A. E. Waite and P. Colman Smith

The Tarot of A. E. Waite and P. Colman Smith

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Tarot:  Doors into our uncharted depths.A unique edition of bright texts, brilliant images, and historic reprints, this kit provides everything that both beginners and advanced Tarot users might need and want to read cards for themselves and to study and experience this cultural gem in all its beauty and significance.

The valuable collector’s box includes a complete deck of the Waite Smith Tarot cards and Waite’s famous companion book The Key to the Tarot. In this illustrated book, with texts and images compiled by Johannes Fiebig, the Tarot cards become psychological mirrors and signposts leading toward new answers and personal solutions. The fact that this works well can be attributed to certain advantages inherent to the Waite-Smith cards, and these points are illuminated in an essay by Rachel Pollack

.All 78 cards are presented individually and in detail. The explanatory texts provide several dimensions and levels of interpretation, including concrete practical tips. Further, the book offers a new feature: the quick check. This presents a concise hint regarding the meaning of each card in each possible position of all the spread patterns featured in the book.When Arthur E. Waite and Pamela Colman Smith developed their Tarot deck in London in 1909, nobody could have predicted that it would have an overwhelming renaissance starting around 60 years later. What were the lives, works, and passions of these creators like? Pamela Colman Smith and Arthur E. Waite are brought vividly back to life in essays by Mary K. Greer and Robert A. Gilbert.    “A path to reality is to be found in images.I believe that no better one exists.”―Elias Canetti“On or about 1910 human character changed … all human relations have shifted.”―Virginia Woolf

ISBN-13: 978-3836586429
Imprint: TASCHEN
Pub Date: 12. Jan 2024
Product Type: Box Set 
Page Count: 444 pages
Size: 287 x 230 mm
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