The Medicine Woman Tarot deck is first published in 1989 by U.S. Games Systems, Inc., Stamford, USA under license from Carol Bridges.
This first ’89 edition is in good condition, the cards are not cello-wrapped. The deck comes with a small booklet in black and white explaining the cards.
The Medicine Woman Tarot is an amazing and creative example of late eighties post-hippieism that quite strongly advises what to do, how to gain the results asked for and how to do that. A real asset for anyone who wishes to meet her or his inner child without bothering about century old traditions….
For a more detailed description of the deck without too many grains of salt, please click the 'Read More' button below the image.
Dragon Mystique – Chinese fortune telling cards
The deck Dragon Mystique has been published in 1976 by Mystic World Enterprises Ltd and contains 65 cards of which 52 show aphorisms and good advice, 10 cards with images and three that offer an introduction and instructions. The cards come with an extra instruction sheet that will help you determining your Chinese Zodiacal sign.
The First Book of Tarot & More!
We started e-mailing out a newsletter, which eventually was named the Tarocks Tribune. These newsletters were extensive from the beginning, so we decided to make them more accessibly by sharing them here. This is our ninth. To read them all, click on the Tribune category near the top of our blog page.
The continuation of the quest… or ‘about the history and the eventual origin of Tarot
Welcome to the second edition of the Tarocks Tribune!
Lifting the veil, a secret revealed - The recurring theme of the Tarocks Tribune, for now. We shared this with you in our first edition. In case you missed it, all our newsletters will find a home for continued perusal on our Tarocks website.
During our continuous research on the backgrounds and history of the tarot we meet with countless theories and articles that are confident in having found the ultimate answer to the origin of the tarot. As we wrote already several times, we simply cannot say which article proves to be the most authoritive or which theory is to be believed.
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