Blending the divinatory power of the Rider-Waite-Smith Tarot with the visionary writings of Edgar Allan Poe, this deck offers deep spiritual insight into who you are and what you might become. Stunning illustrations based on Poe's tales of the mysterious and the macabre will inspire your imagination and open your soul to revelation.
Whether you're brand new to tarot or are an experienced reader, The Edgar Allan Poe Tarot will be your guide on your spiritual journey. Each card has two sections: Into the Maelström, which provides divinatory meaning, and Tell-Tale Heart, which explores its connection to one of Poe's works. This unique format makes every card a doorway to discovery.
The Edgar Allan Poe Tarot includes tips for reading reversals, working with repeating questions, and choosing an appropriate spread for a reading. Author Rose Wright explores significator cards, clarifiers, and numerology to help develop a personal reading style that works for you. Also included are clever spreads such as the Raven Spread, the Dream Within a Dream Spread, and the Gravestone Spread.
Boxed kit (5.5 x 8) includes a 78-card deck and 288-page color guidebook.
About the Author
Rose Wright is an author, certified Reiki healer, and lifelong student of tarot and astrology. You can find her along the Los Angeles shoreline practicing healing arts and energy work. In her spare time, she enjoys writing middle-grade fiction. Her work has been featured in Refinery 29, New Worlds Magazine, and New Leaf Magazine.
Eugene Smith is an illustrator born and raised in California and now residing in Chicago, IL.
He decided that all that time spent doodling in notebooks and scribbling on walls should be put to good use, and so he pursued a BFA in painting and drawing from the Academy of Art University in San Francisco.
His work has appeared in books, editorials, tarot card decks, and educational graphic novels. He lives with his lovely wife, two children, and an odd dog.
- Publisher : Llewellyn Publications (September 8, 2020)
- Language : English
- Cards : 288 pages