The Simplicity Tarot
The Simplicity Tarot is a working Tarot deck of seventy-eight cards, plus two extra cards. (Spiritual cleansing card + Spiritual guide card.) To make each card easy to interpret, the more advanced, confusing symbology was removed, and the essential symbology was kept.
Keywords have also been placed at the bottom
of each card to aid in the ease of Tarot reading. Both Simplicity Tarot decks are edged in beautiful golden gilt matte edges.
Each tarot deck includes a guidebook tucked into its two-piece tarot box. Which is a step by step manual on how to read tarot along with all the tarot card interpretations and also tarot spreads.
There are two limited Signed editions of Simplicity Tarot
Minimalism Art 1st Edition
Simplicity Tarot Minimalism Art 1st Edition was created to help anyone read tarot with ease.
Some color was purposely left out in different areas of each card to create a canvas simplistic coloring book feeling. ( Minimalism Art) We also kept the main important key tarot elements and removed some of then more complicated symbology. Keywords were added at the bottom of each tarot card for easy interpretation.
The Diverse Edition
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**Diverse edition will now hold the name of Simplicity Tarot. Simplicity Tarot will be massed published by USGAMES,INC in the near future
Diverse Edition of Simplicity Tarot – was created with more vibrant colors depicting different nationalities and cultures. Still making it easy for anyone to understand the tarot cards meanings because of its simple drawings and its keywords at the bottom of each card.
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The Minor arcana Tarot cards, also known as the Pip cards, are the remaining Tarot cards after the Major Arcana. The Minor Arcana consists of fifty-six Tarot cards which are divided into four suits. The four suits are Coins, Wands, Cups and Swords.
Each of these suits consist of sixteen Tarot cards. These Tarot cards are ranked from Ace to Ten, then after that are the remaining four cards, which are called Court cards. The Court cards are ordered from the Page, to the Knight, Queen and then King. The Court cards represent individuals, and each has a different personality.
True to their name, the Minor Arcana, represents the minor things in life that we experience. Think of the Major Arcana cards as a human skeleton and the Minor Arcana cards as the cartilage and muscle that keeps the skeleton together.