The Original Rider Waite Tarot Deck: 78 beautifully illustrated cards and instructional booklet
About this deal
Additionally, the original drawings made by Pamela Colman Smith, from which the cards were printed, are primarily held by the private collector and tarot scholar, Stuart R. Kaplan. He acquired these original drawings in 1971 and has since then included them in his extensive collection of tarot cards and related items. a b c Jensen, K. Frank (2005). «The Early Waite-Smith Tarot Editions». The Playing-Card (1 edición) 34: 26–50.
Abundance is a wonderful word! And it’s your theme for the week so you can be full of hope, optimism, proactivity, and energy. Say "yes" to everything. Seek out news. Try different things. Welcome fresh energy and opportunity into your realm. The Two of Pentacles is a promise that the more you do, the more you’ll find you CAN do. It’s time to fill up your life and live in abundance. The Emperor: Symbolizes authority, structure, and stability. It represents leadership and the power of rational thought. An explanation of the personal kind–An illustration from mystic literature–A subject which calls to be rescued–Limits and intention of the work.
Similar Decks to Rider-Waite Tarot
Kaplan, Stuart R. (2018). «Pamela Colman Smith: The Untold Story». U.S. Game Systems (Stamford, Connecticut). p. 371. ISBN 9781572819122. Dean, Liz (2015). «The Ultimate Guide to Tarot: A Beginner's Guide to the Cards, Spreads, and Revealing the Mystery of the Tarot». Fair Winds Press (Beverly, Massachusetts). p. 9. ISBN 1592336574. Major Titles: Fool, Magician, High Priestess, Empress, Emperor, Hierophant, The Lovers, The Chariot, Strength, The Hermit, The Wheel of Fortune, Justice, The Hanged Man, Death, Temperance, The Devil, The Tower, The Star, The Moon, The Sun, Judgement, The World
The Chariot: Represents willpower, determination, and strength. It suggests triumph over adversity through discipline and control.
Graham, Sasha (2018). «Llewellyn's Complete Book of the Rider-Waite-Smith Tarot». Llewellyn Publications. ISBN 073875319X. The Magician: Represents manifestation, resourcefulness, and power. It suggests the potential to turn ideas into reality.
Scanned, proofed and formatted at sacred-texts.com, September, 2000 and June, 2003 by John Bruno Hare. This text and the accompanying illustrations are in the public domain in the United States of America because they were published prior to 1923. It’s going to be a beautiful week, Sag! The Sun is the tarot’s number-one positivity card. It promises great times ahead if you’re bold and confident enough to step towards the things you most want, even if they seem out of reach. The higher you aim, the better the outcome. Travel, excitement, romance, success, joy, wealth, luxury, and fun are all in the cards. You can make it all happen!The Hanged Man: Symbolizes sacrifice, release, and martyrdom. It suggests a need to let go and surrender to experience, often marking a turning point. The World: Represents completion, accomplishment, and travel. It signifies the end of a cycle or journey, heralding the beginning of a new one.