"Denver NeVaar has designed a deck that is fun and unusual. If you’re accustomed to reading traditional decks, the Tarot of Sister Who forces you to intuit the meanings in a different way. This deck also differs in that the minor suits are called Candles, Chalices, Thuribles, and Paraments instead of Wands, Cups, Swords, and Pentacles. Each suit is numbered 1-10, just like a traditional deck. But the court cards have different names. Instead of pages, knights, queens and kings, there are: confessor, celebrant, angel, and saint. Denver lays out his case for the differences in the book that accompanies the deck. And the meanings of the cards - all of them - are spot on." Trish MacGregor, co-author of more than 70 novels and non-fiction books including "Power Tarot" (1998) reviewing the deck at Tarot of Sister Who | synchrosecrets
This deck has been designed for personal spiritual growth rather than divination or prognostication. That being said, there are more than enough parallels to standard tarot designs for the deck to be used that way in the right hands.
“The individual components were nonetheless directly inspired by the structure and content of the traditional Tarot, without which they would not be what they are. My intention was to create a symbolic language which could be empowering to persons of any spiritual path whatsoever. The Major suit within this deck is composed of twenty-two archetypes of life’s states or progressions.
"The Confessor is that voice that listens and cares without making demands while the Celebrant is that voice that leads actions of deep experience. The Angel is that voice which directs protecting love and the Saint is that voice which lives in harmony with spiritual beings.
"May you--the one directly using the cards--be blessed with spiritual and personal growth that is individually appropriate to you."
The Deck includes:
You can also download an 8 page .pdf preview of the complete book for free.
Cards are printed on 12 point (305gsm) black-core matte card stock; UV coated to protect from dirt, scratches, and moisture. All in a professional tuck box.
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|Publish Date||December 27, 2018|
|Department||Tarot and Oracles|
|More Info||The Tarot of Sister Who web site|