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The Rider Tarot Deck Cards – January 1, 1971
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From the Publisher
Rider-Waite was named one of the Top Ten Tarot Decks of All Time by Aeclectic
— High quality card stock.
— Crisp, clear images.
— Superior varnish ensures durability and ease of shuffling.
In 1909, artist Pamela Colman Smith’s involvement with the Order of the Golden Dawn led to a commission from Arthur Edward Waite to create a 78-card tarot deck. Originally known as the Rider deck, it was the first to include full pictorial scenes for the Minor Arcana pips. Pamela’s varied mystical influences are evident throughout the deck. Once considered revolutionary, The Rider-Waite deck has set the standard for hundreds of other decks and has inspired a myriad of different versions available from U.S. Games Systems, Inc.
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I purchased this deck because I read it was the deck that most everyone uses.
The pictures are vibrant and beautiful. You can see so many stories being told on just one card.
The cards are glossy and heavy but still easy to shuffle and carry around.
I made a pouch to put the cards in. If you're wanting to really get serious about reading the cards, you'll need a dark colored cloth or pouch and a box to store them in. This is to keep negative energy out and your energy in. Although, my pouch sometimes plays tricks on me and hides itself in places.