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The Wheel of Change Tarot (set) (New)
by Genetti, Alexandra
Publisher: Inner Traditions / Bear & Company
Binding: Tarot Cards and Divination Decks
Book ID: 9780892816095, 0892816090
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The vivid, detailed watercolors of this 79-card deck and book set celebrate the scope of human experience in images from cultures around the world. Ten years in the making, The Wheel of Change Tarot turns the art of Tarot into a means of bringing greater richness and meaning to everyday life. In brilliant, detailed watercolors, Alexandra Genetti captures the scope of human existence, as her images from cultures around the world combine to make a deck full of archetypes for a new millennium.
By remaining true to the traditional structure of the Tarot but infusing it with layers of pattern and meaning drawn equally from the natural world, Goddess-centered beliefs, traditional religions, and contemporary culture, The Wheel of Change Tarot transcends any single belief system. It triggers a realization of the deep interconnected nature of all things and of the eternal cycle of transformation, of change, that is the only constant in the world. The Wheel of Change Tarot includes many new spreads for doing sophisticated readings, a solitaire game designed to help beginners familiarize themselves with the Tarot, and guides to astrology and symbolism that will help readers develop their own philosophical system.
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