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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