Emerald Tolemac Tarot Deck
I am creating my own tarot deck and I’ve named it the Emerald Tolemac Tarot. The metaphysical meaning of the name will be explained in the book that will come with the deck. The image above is of the back of my cards. The deck will be available to purchase at a later date.
It took me four years to find the right artist for this deck. The first artist was a prima donna who didn’t like me asking for corrections to his work. Other artists were unreliable. It was extremely difficult to find the right artist, but eventually I did. He likes to be called Sonhaj, and he’s from Indonesia.
I’ll gradually upload the interpretations for each of the Emerald Tolemac Tarot cards as time permits. You can see images by clicking on the following links:
Cards still to be done
Goblets – We are about halfway through this suit.
Also on my site, you will find articles that will assist you to know how to read the Rider Waite and other Tarot cards. These will include an explanation of the symbols and meanings within each of the cards in the deck.
The Journey of The Fool
In order for you to get started on learning the cards, you might like to read the article titled The Kabbala. Comprehending the Tree of Life of the Kabbala will help you to understand the Journey of the Fool. It begins with his initial entry into this dimension to his mastery over it when he reaches The World. I have written an article titled The Journey of The Fool which will help you to see how the Fool attains mastery.
Eventually, I’d like to be able to offer you a facility where you can do your own tarot readings free of charge by clicking on a widget that allows you to draw your own cards from the deck. Keep a lookout for that when it comes.
The cards are hand-drawn first, then digitally painted. You can see an example of one of the cards above. I am very pleased with the work that my artist is doing. He is doing a wonderful job.
Here is the Hermit card from the same deck.
At a later stage, I will introduce a page here that allows you to do your own free tarot reading. It will be an interactive and dynamic page, where you can shuffle and pick your own cards. As the page is developed, I will be listing a notification here.
Major Arcana Cards
For now, you can click on the links below to be taken to the categories for each of the Major Arcana cards. You’ll see that the interpretations of some of the Emerald Tolemac Tarot cards have already been done. You’ll also find the interpretations of other Tarot cards too.
- Fool – Air
- Magician – Air
- High Priestess – Water
- Empress – Earth
- Emperor – Fire
- Hierophant – Earth
- Lovers – Air
- Chariot – Water
- Strength/Lust – Fire
- Hermit – Earth
- Wheel of Fortune – Fire
- Justice – Air
- Hanged Man – Water
- Death – Water
- Art/Temperance – Fire
- Devil – Earth
- Tower – Fire
- Star – Air
- Moon – Water
- Sun – Fire
- Aeon/Judgement – Fire
- Universe/World – Earth
Thanks for stopping by to find out about my deck 🙂
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