‘Most people have the desire to choose the right relationship; want to know what might evolve next and how to prepare for it’. That is the first sentence of the introductory leaflet included in this first edition of the Morgan-Greer Tarot, published in 1979
From the back of the box
Muchery, George. Le Tarot Astrologique
Le Tarot Astrologique was probably published in 1927 in Paris by B. P. Grimaud. The cards were created by George Muchery, an important French occultist (1892-1981), and designed by Henri Armengol, a French artist (1880-1939). Le Tarot Astrologique seeks to combine the elements of astromancy with tarot. The deck consists of 48 cards, 36 zodiacal sign cards, 9 star and planet cards, and one of each of the ascendants, the ascending node/the descending node, and part of fortune. Three cards in each sign of the zodiac have either no marked value, a value of 10 or 20. There are 39 cards with full-length figures and 9 cards are split images. Most cards have double ended card titles, astrological names, descriptions, and symbols of planets and aspects, square corners.
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