REVIEW: KABBALISTIC TAROT
Updated: Apr 1
Unboxing, First Impressions & Review
I have been studying Kabbalah and Kabbalistic Astrology so it is only fitting that I added Kabbalistic Tarot in my studies.
WHAT I LIKE:
1. THE ARTWORK & CARD STOCK.
Kabbalistic Tarot is created by Eugene Vinitski. 'The deck has a conventional structure of 22 Major Arcana and 56 Minor Arcana, and the additional - the card Tree of Life. Minor Arcana classification by suits is also traditional and is represented by Wands, Cups, Swords and Pentacles. The size of cards 2.7” x 4.7” (70mm x 120 mm). On art paper 350 gm.'
The Kabbalistic Tarot deck utilises the concept developed in the Hermetic Order of the Golden Dawn. Every card has its Kabbalistic and Astrological Correspondence. The design of the cards is based on the images from three uncut printers sheets in the Rosenwald Collection and the missing ones have been reconstructed.'
'The Kabbalistic Tarot is a 79 cards deck gold framed and companion book in the luxury box, accompanied by the Certificate of Authenticity numbered and signed by authors.'
Cards are framed in gold foil.
The 112 page guidebook is packed with combined information about Kabbalah, Tarot and Kabbalistic Astrology.
This is no longer available on Kickstarter but you can purchase a copy here direct from the creator.
Received in 3 months.
WHAT I HATE:
Just as soon as I received this deck, creator announces the New Kabbalistic Tarot 2020 Color Edition. T_T
Love the idea of combining Tarot, Astrology and Kabbalah which is why I got so excited when I discovered this deck. Too excited that I immediately felt remorse when the creator announced the New Kabbalistic Tarot 2020 Color Edition, 2 weeks after I received this deck. This might be the reason why I pulled the 5 of Cups as our outcome. T_T
Regardless, this is fun to use as guide material in my Kabbalistic Astrology studies.
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