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Necronomicon Tarot Set (New)
by Tyson, Donald
Publisher: Llewellyn Worldwide, Ltd.
Binding: Tarot Cards and Divination Decks
Book ID: 9780738710860, 0738710865
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Donald Tyson, author of Alhazred and its sequel The Necronomicon, offers another innovative tribute to H.P. Lovecraft. Gruesome gods, sinister monsters, and other strange creatures lurk throughout this fully functional Tarot deck. All seven rulers of the Old Ones star among the decks trumps. The symbolism of these vividly illustrated cards corresponds with astrology, the elements, and the Golden Dawn. The enclosed 240-page book features detailed descriptions of the cards, their meaning in both upright and reversed positions, divination guidance, and a special divination spread.
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