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Some recent additions

I’ve increased my inventory of decks and books. Here are some of them:

The Game of Hope: This deck is a facsimile of the original Game of Hope cards published in 1799. The deck was initially conceived as a parlor game to be played with dice. Fifty years later the cards were used for divination by Mlle Lenormand. This Lenormand deck has 36 cards.

The Game of Hope: This deck is a facsimile of the original Game of Hope cards published in 1799. The deck was initially conceived as a parlor game to be played with dice. Fifty years later the cards were used for divination by Mlle Lenormand. This Lenormand deck has 36 cards.

Pixie's Astounding Lenormand

Lovingly created with artwork from the Smith-Waite® Tarot deck and “The Golden Vanity”, this charming 36-card petit Lenormand deck pays tribute to Pamela Colman Smith.

Gypsy Witch Fortune Telling Playing Cards

Gypsy Witch Fortune Telling Playing Cards were first introduced in 1903 and have been published continuously since. They remain one of the most widely recognized and popular fortune-telling decks in the U.S.A.

The Lost Tarot of Nostradamus

In 1994, an undiscovered volume of Nostradamus’ work was found. In it was the drawings that many have come to believe were for a Tarot deck that Nostradamus had been creating. 

The Lost Tarot of Nostradamus is based on the mysterious tarot-like drawings believed to have been created by Nostradamus, and only rediscovered in 1994. John Matthews of the Grail Tarot and Wil Kinghan of the Shaman’s Oracle worked together to create this original 78-card deck.

Each of the Quatrains selected for the images is newly translated by Caitlin Mathews.

An increasingly elusive work by the Hungarian/British artist Basil Ivan Rákóczi (1908–1979). By his own account, his parents had been married in a gypsy ceremony, and he was very proud of this aspect of his heritage. "The Painted Caravan" comprises reproductions of original tarot designs by the author (some quite stunning) that "are based upon ancient gypsy packs" as well as chapters on "Tarot History According to Gypsy Lore," "The Greater Arcana or the veil Uplifted," "The Lesser Arcana Explained," "The Technique of Divination," and "Conclusion or the Painted Caravan Moves On."
An increasingly elusive work by the Hungarian/British artist Basil Ivan Rákóczi (1908–1979).

By his own account, his parents had been married in a Gypsy ceremony, and he was very proud of this aspect of his heritage. “The Painted Caravan” comprises reproductions of original tarot designs by the author (some quite stunning) that “are based upon ancient gypsy packs” as well as chapters on “Tarot History According to Gypsy Lore,” “The Greater Arcana or the veil Uplifted,” “The Lesser Arcana Explained,” “The Technique of Divination,” and “Conclusion or the Painted Caravan Moves On.”

Basil Ivan Rákóczi's guidebook to divination in several forms

Basil Ivan Rákóczi, Foreseeing the Future. Castle Books; First Edition (January 1, 1973)

Down through the ages. man’s desire to see the future has sent him seeking out the sorcery of witches, gypsies, mediums, and clairvoyants.

From their earliest use of amulets and mystic incantations, there evolved more sophisticated methods of divination. This book examines several of these methods in detail.

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