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Tarot of the Spirit World - tarot decks

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  • The Tarot of the Spirit World is an unusual deck with angels, demons, and apparitions from the otherworld appearing in
  • the tarot scenes. It is a non-traditional deck with a different spin on its imagery and meanings, and is strangely
  • compelling.

Name Tarot of the Spirit World
Creators Roberto de Angelis, Bepi Vigna
Publisher Lo Scarabeo 2006
Deck Type Tarot Deck
Cards 78
Major Arcana 22
Minor Arcana 56
Deck Tradition Mixed
Minor Arcana Style Unique Scenes With Suit Symbols
Chalices, Swords, Wands, Pentacles Court Cards
The Fool is 0
Strength is 11
Justice is 8
Card Size 2.60 x 4.72 in. = 6.60cm x 12.00cm
Card Language English, Dutch, French, German, Italian, Spanish
Card Back Unknown


"Tarot of the Spirit World" is based on the things in life that, as the LWB says, guide us, but that we cannot quite grasp. The invisible world, the world of dreams and mysterious messages. We may call them angels, demons, spirits, or entities, but whatever we call them, we end up trying to fit them our rational world. We make an effort to obscure their signals, to not see them. The LWB posits that the borders of our logical world will expand if we follow the paths set by our emotions, our truest feelings, and our deepest fears.

From the LWB: The philosopher Lao Tse urges us to "dim the light and become one with the impalpable world."

In this way we can come to understand the invisible world of spirit. Robert De Angelis designed "Tarot of the Spirit World" as a means of bridging the worlds of reason and emotion, creating a Middle-earth where shadows come to life and our unconscious universe becomes real - if only for a short time.

The spirits are divided into five categories: (1) the gods and higher demons, which correspond to the Major Arcana, (2) the lower demons (or lemures) which symbolize fears, obsessions, passions and faults, and correspond to the suit of Wands, (3) the kindhearted spirits which appear as benevolent apparitions and influences, corresponding to the suit of Chalices, (4) the angels, custodians and judges of human actions, corresponding to the suit of Swords, and (5) the spirits of ancestors and forefathers, which correspond to the suit of Pentacles.

The Major Arcana titles are traditional, with Justice as VIII and Strength as XI. The suits are Wands, Chalices, Swords and Pentacles. The Court cards are King, Queen, Knight and Knave.

The LWB (which follows the Lo Scarabeo pattern of printing in five languages - English, Italian, Spanish, French and German) gives a short introduction into the world of spirit, with an accompanying explanation of the foundation for this deck. Each card has a short paragraph about its intention, with no upright or reversed keywords, and no indication of the background of the imagery.

The divinatory spread that is presented is entitled "The responses of omniscient spirits". The Major and Minor Arcana are separated and laid out, with the Major Arcana acting as "responses" to the issues in the Minor Arcana cards.

The cards are approximately 2 5/8" by 4 3/4", of good quality, glossy card stock. The backs have a 1/4 " white border surround a dark blue background with white stars and the "ghost" of what appears to be a female figure. The figure is mirrored so that it would not be possible to tell if a card was drawn upright or reversed.

The face of the cards shows the same 1/4" white border, surrounding the main illustration for the card. Superimposed over the main illustration is a "ghost" illustration in white, representing spirit. The Major Arcana show the number, in Roman numerals, at the top of the card, with the title in all five languages arranged in the four corners. The Minor Arcana pips show the number at the top of the card, with the suit name in all five languages arranged in the four corners. The Court cards show the title and suit, in all five languages, arranged in the four corners of the card.

The illustrations in this deck are quite interesting, and very much into the world of myth/fantasy. The colors in the deck are quite muted, with the figures portrayed in a realistic fashion. The Fool, done in aqua, is portrayed by a modern day scientist, seated in front of his glassware, with an overlay of an elderly, wizard type character with his staff over his shoulder, wallet at the end. The Magician, done in yellow and orange, is an older, bearded male figure, with a wand in his right hand, and what appears to be some type of bottle in his left hand, with a decorated handle on the bottle. Above his head winds an orange ribbon in the form of a lemnescate.

The High Priestess, done in light greens, shows a young girl, kneeling with her back to the reader. She is facing the spirit vision of a seated woman, wearing a horned headdress with an orb in the center. The Hierophant shows a male figure, standing, with light purple ecclesiastical garb and crown, holding up a wand in his right hand. Above his head appears a colorful mandala, with some type of mythical creatures standing in front of a pillar and behind his right shoulder.

The Hanged Man is shown hanging from a large green bell, with his right hand holding the rope in front of his neck, and his left hand behind his head holding the end of the rope. The figure on the Star is the same figure that shows on the back of the cards, but is seen in sharper relief. The Moon, one of my favorite cards, shows a crescent moon in the background, with a body of water, with reeds or rushes at the shoreline. Reflected in the water as spirit is a female figure.

The Aces, unlike other deck, do show human figures, with either the "real" figure, or the spirit figure, holding the symbol of the suit. The Queen of Chalices is quite an arresting card, showing an older Queen, cup in hand, looking out from the card. Behind her, in a mirror, the spirit Queen shows a younger version of the same woman, in the same pose. The Five of Pentacles is another very surreal card, showing a young woman in a long dress, with a basket in her left hand, walking "out" of the card, Five Pentacles are shown coming out of t he basket and going into the sky. The spirit form, behind the right hand side of the female figure, shows a male figure in Egyptian-type dress.

I found this deck entrancing, and very easy to use. It would not be a good deck for beginning readers, as the symbolism is far from traditional. The one thing that I wish the LWB had done was explain what the background for the spirits represented in each of the cards was. Even without that knowledge, this is a deck that is well done, and fun to work with. A good deck to use when you are "stuck" in a reading (or a project!).

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