Morgan-Greer Tarot

Morgan-Greer Tarot

Magical Imagery graces the intensely colorful cards in this tarot deck created by Bill F. Greer, under the direction of Lloyd Morgan. Includes "The Book of Tarot by Susan Gerulskis-Estes.

Morgan-Greer Tarot in a Tin

Morgan-Greer Tarot in a Tin

This uniquely expressive deck features magical imagery presented in deep, saturated colors. The borderless 78-card deck allows the details of tarot scenery and symbolism to be viewed from a close, intimate perspective. Morgan-Greer Tarot draws the reader into its evocative artwork. When laid out in a spread, the borderless cards create a beautiful picture. Cards in this pocket-sized deck measure 2 x 3.5.

Morgan-Greer Tarot Deck-Book Set

Morgan-Greer Tarot Deck-Book Set

Magical imagery and full scenes grace the intensely colorful cards in this tarot deck created by Bill F. Greer, under the direction of Lloyd Morgan. Includes The Book of Tarot by Susan Gerulskis-Estes.

The Book of Tarot

The Book of Tarot

Illustrated with the Morgan-Greer Tarot deck, this book approaches the tarot cards as allegory for explaining the subtle forces operating in the universe.

A Magical Course in Tarot

Reading the Cards in a Whole New Way

A Magical Course in Tarot

Traditionally, being able to give a reading with tarot cards has required the painstaking memorization of the details of 78 specific cards. Author Michele Morgan has now developed a method that taps into the user's intuitive and psychic abilities to discover a whole new way of interpreting ancient arcana. Illustrations.

Tarot for Your Self

A Workbook for Personal Transformation

Tarot for Your Self

A classic guide on how to master a Tarot reading that combines self-teaching techniques with personal insight provides revised interpretations for the Minor arcana as well as coverage of topics ranging from crystals and astrology to numerology and occult metaphysics.

Tarot and Other Meditation Decks

History, Theory, Aesthetics, Typology

Tarot and Other Meditation Decks

Hundreds of new Tarot decks have been produced in the late twentieth century, many of them based on the structure and images of Arthur Waite and artist Pamela Smith's Rider-Waite deck (1910). The continuing popularity and influence of the Rider-Waite deck makes it a standard for identifying, categorizing and analyzing contemporary Tarot and other meditation decks. This work of art history analyzes such decks in relation to conventional art styles and movements, including Symbolism, Surrealism, the modernist "grid" and the low/high value hierarchy, and postmodern art movements and concepts such as the dissolution of the modernist value hierarchy, Pattern and Decoration art, and collage. It also examines them in relation to literary concepts, including the novel, utopias, and popular genres. The author's analysis is supported by numerous illustrations, including the Rider-Waite major arcana cards juxtaposed with examples of their counterparts from more recent decks.