Vision Tarot

[Emperor] [4 of Staves] The Vision Tarot is a photographic deck based on the images of the French Tarot of Marseilles and the Rider-Waite Tarot. The deck designer Tim Thompson wanted to stay true to the traditional images while using the modern medium of photography. He incorporated as many symbols as possible from the older decks into the scenes on his cards. The people are dressed in period costume and placed in appropriate Renaissance European settings. Card names in French and roman numerals are shown in the color pictures. English names and numbers are given in the borders. Each minor arcana suit has a distinctive inner frame and an appropriate background to identify the suit: swords/sky, cups/water, coins/earth and staves/wood (with a fiery cauldron as well). The aces are angels carrying the token of their suit.

Number of
Cards
Card
Size
Copyright Publisher Card Back Design
78
22 major/56 minor
2 3/4" x 4 3/4" 1995 U. S. Games [back design]
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Language of Card Titles: French and English

Style of Suit Cards (2-10): Photographic scenes

Also Included: instruction booklet, title card, inspiration card

Major Arcana:
Fool, Magician, High Priestess, Empress, Emperor, Pope,
Lovers, Chariot, Justice (card 8), Hermit, Wheel of Fortune,
Strength (card 11), Hanged Man, Death (untitled), Temperance, Devil,
Tower, Star, Moon, Sun, Judgment, World

Suit Names: Staves (Wands), Cups, Swords, Coins (Pentacles)

Court Cards: King, Queen, Knight, Page

Links to Other Sites:
Vision Tarot website
Review - Wicce website

SAMPLE CARD IMAGES:

[Hanged Man] [Ace of Cups] [Page of Coins]

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