Tarot of the Sephiroth created and illustrated by Dan Staroff
- written by Josephine Mori and Jill Stockwell


What is the connection between Tarot and the Qabalah?

This groundbreaking deck redefines Tarot imagery, and emerges in the metaphysical landscape as a new paradigm in the technology of self-discovery and empowerment.

One of today’s most talked-about and popular avenues of personal and spiritual growth is the ancient, yet newly rediscovered Qabalah or Kaballah. 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 Tree of Life maps the creation process, both on a human and cosmic scale. 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.


Breakthrough Concepts

Cards and Spheres linked. This deck clearly depicts card and sphere associations.

Tarot and Tree of Life Convergence made clear. The cards assemble into a Tree of Life, either in sections or in total. Energies and architecture are vividly communicated.

Major Arcana. The Major Arcana express converging sphere energies -- the relevant spheres and connecting paths appear on each Major Arcana card.

Minor Arcana / Numbered Cards. Each has a colored border that indicates its associated sphere on the Tree of Life. Providing immediate card/sphere identity, these borders give insight into the Minor cards.

Minor Arcana / Court Cards. The Court Cards can be assembled to form their assigned spheres, crystallizing card meaning while deepening sphere understanding.


“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

Guide to Tarot of the Sephiroth - written by Josephine Mori and Jill Stockwell

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“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

Guide to Tarot of the Sephiroth unlocks the secrets of Tarot and the Qabalah. By synthesizing many aspects of the Western Mystery Traditions including philosophy, mythology, astrology,alchemy, numerology and various spiritualpaths, the book presents
a clear and concise explanation of the Qabalah and reveals techniques to:

• Engage the powers of the four elements; earth, air, fire and water

• Tap the timeless mysteries of the numbers one to ten

• Gain direct access to the complex energies of the Major Arcana

• Create the future through dynamic inner work and divination

This companion to the
Tarot of the Sephiroth deck presents strategies for personal evolution, provides practical and accessible methodology, and original and focused tarot spreads.

Co-authors Josephine Mori and Jill Stockwell, assure that,
"Anyone who can count from one to ten can grasp the frame-
work of the Qabalah." Like all great systems, while limitless in
possibilities, it is simple in essence."

“The Qabalah – a.k.a. caballa, quaballah, kabbala, kaballah 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. This concept is not as grandiose as it may initially seem. We are doing this all the time. Every breath we take ingests the stuff of stars, the energy of the Big Bang,the aftermath of the roil of genesis, depending upon one’s viewpoint. The difference is the Qabalist does this with awareness and deliberateness.” – excerpt from Guide to Tarot of the Sephiroth


“Tarot is a language of symbols in the form of a deck of 78 cards. The images on the Tarot cards link elements of the human condition to the universal forces that impact us all. The ancient Tarot symbols can be used to illustrate and illuminate modern concerns. Tarot synthesizes elements from many sources including the Qabalah, mythology, astrology and numerology. Through interpretation of the forces, forms, causes and effects revealed in the Tarot, we gain clarity on issues and explore potential outcomes.”