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Many thanks to all the supporters of Tarot of the Sephiroth...which is now sadly "out of print".
If you've held onto your deck - Congratulations! It's officially a collector's item.
"Guide to Tarot of the Sephiroth" is still available...
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"The Qabalah - a.k.a caballa, quaballah, kabbala, kabalah, cabala et al; the various spellings reference the same
body of work overall - is a system of personal evolution predicated on engaging the universal forces of creation.
In the past, the crucial connection between Tarot and the Qabalah has often been obscured or ignored.
Tarot of the Sephiroth brings this connection to life by portraying the diagram known as the Tree of Life,
possibly the most effective matrix for human consciousness ever devised. The key to the Tree is its
ten stations of energy called spheres, or sephiroth. In its truest form, the purpose of Tarot is to
illustrate and illuminate the nature of these spheres. Tarot of the Sephiroth achieves
this through its stunning imagery and revolutionary design."
Tarot of the Sephiroth and its companion book Guide to Tarot of the Sephiroth have earned
rave reviews worldwide, and have become favorites among many erudite Tarot aficionados.
This groundbreaking deck and book emerge in the metaphysical landscape as a new
paradigm in the technology of self-discovery and empowerment, and
pave a new road for the 21st century of Tarot exploration.
Reviews for Tarot of the Sephiroth
"Combines vision with knowledge: clear, powerful and richly communicative." — R. J. Stewart, author and designer of The Merlin Tarot, Dreampower Tarot and many books on magic and inner transformation
"Tarot of the Sephiroth compares favorably with Lady Frieda Harris' work on The Book of Thoth for Aleister Crowley."
— Gareth Knight, author of Magical World of Tarot and A Practical Guide to Cabalistic Symbolism
“The most exciting thing about this deck is that you can lay out the cards…and physically construct a Tree of Life.
The Number Cards contain the colored circles of the ten sephiroth, the Majors include the path between two
sephiroth as an appropriately colored band crossing the card, and the Court Cards can be assembled together
to form a complete sphere on the tree."— Mary Greer, Tarot Newsletter
“The connections between the Tarot and Qabalah are extensively explored in the companion volume to the Tarot of the Sephiroth. In fact, this deck companion is one of the best of its kind I have seen. There are many unexpected and useful sections to it – principles of divination, explanations of the court cards, numerology and elements and some unusual spreads written especially for this deck. The authors of the guide, Josephine Mori and Jill Stockwell deserve much credit.” — Aeclectic Tarot
“The book is one of the best that I have seen or bought for any deck. Why? Because it enhances my knowledge of the deck 1000%. The deck transforms...to its full potential, a deck that both beginners and old hands can use and enjoy”
— Tarot Association of the British Isles
"Fascinating and illuminating — handsome and instructive tool for all students of the kabbalah and tarot
enthusiasts in general" — New Age Retailer
"This is a great tarot deck, much more substantive than most, and will repay close study" — D.J. McAdam, Tarot-Decks.com
"Recommended, not only to devoted tarotists, but also just for the sake of the art" — K. Frank Jensen, The Playing Card
“The book is set up in a highly accessible manner. It is compact but full of excellent information. The inner and outer aspects of the tree are explained with imaginative and claritive brilliance. They (the authors) give us a wonderful strategy for approaching the Tree of Life and the Qabbalah through original tarot layouts, meditations, sample spreads, quick reference charts and great organization. It doesn't get much better than this.” — Cheryl Lynne Bradley, Tarot Canada
"The best deck for those interested in studying the connection between tarot and the Tree of Life glyph...
thought-provoking and inspirational!" — Jeannette K. Roth, The Tarot Garden
More Reviews and Recommended Sites:
Albideuter - Thomas Alberts
American Tarot Association
O Where blog
R. J Stewart
Tarot Association of the British Isles