Radiant Rider-Waite Tarot Deck

Radiant Rider-Waite Tarot Deck

78 beautifully illustrated cards and instructional booklet

Summary

The classic A.E.Waite tarot deck, reimagined for the modern era by renowned illustrator Virginijus Poshkus. With its 78 cards and instruction booklet all cased in a beautiful tin box, it is perfect for people beginning to connect with Tarot, and those more experienced readers.

'Great quality and an absolute must for any reader' -- ***** Reader review
'They give such positive readings and I can't put them down' -- ***** Reader review
'Love this bright deck. Good for learning to read what you see' -- ***** Reader review
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This tarot deck, The Radiant Rider-Waite Tarot Deck, is a recoloured version of the renowned Original Rider Waite Tarot Deck - designed over a hundred years ago and hugely popular for decades.

Its jewel-like colours highlight the traditional symbolism that readers rely on for insightful readings, and bring new energy, radiance and depth to guide you.

The deck, housed in a stunning tin box, includes 78 cards and an instruction booklet with an introduction by Tarot expert Stuart R. Kaplan.

About the authors

A.E. Waite

Arthur Edward Waite was the designer and co-creator of the now famous Rider Waite Tarot deck.

An American-born British poet and scholarly mystic, his strong interest in all esoteric matters - divination, magic, Kabbalism, alchemy and Freemasony - led to him penning a number of books. These include the Key to the Tarot, The Book of Ceremonial Magic and A New Encyclopedia of Freemasony.
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Pamela Colman Smith (Illustrator)

Pamela Colman Smith was born in England to American parents. Her childhood years were spent between London, New York and Kingston, Jamaica. She became a theatrical designer, even collaborating with the notable W.B. Yeats on stage designs. She was an illustrator mainly of books, pamphlets and posters too.

Under the guidance of A. E. Waite, she undertook a series of seventy-eight allegorical paintings described by Waite as a 'rectified' tarot pack. The designs, published in the same year by William Rider and Son, exemplify the mysticism, ritual, imagination, fantasy and deep emotions of the artist.
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Virginijus Poshkus (Illustrator)

Virginijus Poshkus has retouched this version of the Original Rider Waite Tarot Deck is the illustrator of a number of different card collections.
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