Quest Tarot

[Chariot] [Ace of Stones] The cards in the Quest Tarot are packed with information. Each one shows a colorful collage image with the name, number and a keyword. In addition, there are many special signs and symbols around the border that convey extra meaning. There are astrological and gemstone associations. The major arcana cards are matched with runes and Hebrew letters; the numbered minor arcana cards with various I Ching hexagrams. The court cards indicate physical characteristics and answer yes/no questions. The aces have a special timeline feature. There is even a mechanism for using the cards to spell simple words. In the companion book The Compass: Guide to the Quest Tarot, Joseph Ernest Martion describes all the cards and symbols in detail with all their associations. He also offers many suggestions for exploring this information creatively.

Number of Cards Size Copyright Book Cover Card Back Design

23 major
56 minor
1 blank

2 3/4"
4 5/8"
2003 [cover] [back design]
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Language of Card Titles: English

Also Included: instruction book (312 pages), blank card

Major Arcana:
Fool, Magician, High Priestess, Empress, Emperor, Hierophant,
Lovers, Chariot, Strength, Hermit, Wheel of Fortune, Justice,
Hanged Man, Death, Alchemy, Devil, Tower,
Star, Moon, Sun, Aeon, Universe, Multiverse

Suit Names: Wands, Cups, Swords, Stones (Pentacles)

Court Cards: Father (King), Mother (Queen), Son (Knight), Daugher (Page)

Links to Other Sites:
Quest Tarot website


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