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MerryDay Tarot

The MerryDay Tarot is a magical, fantastical, incredible tarot deck, mixing fantasy and reality. The artwork has its basis in the Rider-Waite, but is filled with detail, dragons and natural elements. The suits are multi-cultural and all associations with formal religion in the deck have been removed.

Artist: Louise Poole

Year: 1997

Items: 78

Language: English

Product Dimensions: 4.63 x 2.87 inches = 11.75cm x 7.30cm

Package: Companion booklet in English with two card summary of the card names, keywords, numbers and a summary of the four season information. Separate book, Merryday Tarot Numerology Invisible Kingdom (copyright 2000), was written by the deck author as is available separately for purchase. Book subjects include: numerology, explanation of the Invisible Kingdom (on which the deck is based), explanation of all the cards, and explanation of symbols used in the deck.

Major names: 0/22 Fool, Wizard, 1 Apprentice, 2 Oracle, 3 Empress, 4 Emperor, 5 Mentor, 6 Lovers, 7 Student, 8 Strength, 9 Teacher, 10 Lady Destiny, 11 Justice, 12 Journeyman, 13 Metamorphosis, 14 Time Lord, 15 Tempter, 16 Tower, 17 Star, 18 Moon, 19 Sun, 20 Judgment, 21 World

Suit names: Cups, Swords, Wands, Pentacles

Court cards: Elemental, Warrior, Queen, King

Comments: The Fool is 0; Strength is 8; Justice is 11


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