According to the Lo Scarabeo Publishers: “In this Tarot the boundary between spiritual and material is blurred and everything becomes clear to the sensitive reader.”
Llewellyn Publishing Or Lo Scarabeo Publishing . . .
The image on the left above is Llewellyn (click it and you’ll be taken to the page where you can get more information and order this edition). The image on the right above is Lo Scarabeo (click it and you’ll be taken to the page where you can get more information and order this edition).
You may notice there is a difference in price . . . and most likely packaging . . . It all depends upon which publisher you prefer — or the packaging . . .
I must admit I was initially confused . . . I found the Llewellyn Heaven & Earth Tarot Kit on Amazon, but the YouTube Walk Throughs spoke of Lo Scarabeo as the publisher. So . . . I looked around Amazon and I found Heaven & Earth Tarot by Lo Scarabeo . . .
I do like a big guidebook. Yet the new packaging by Lo Scarabeo appeals to me . . . Decisions, decisions, decisions . . .
Heaven & Earth Tarot Is Based On The Rider-Waite Principles
This is important to me. The illustrations of this deck, according to the publisher, “evoke a sense of mythological grandeur, helping to bring forth the deeper meaning of each card for vivid and nuanced readings. In this tarot, the spiritual and the material are woven together in a tapestry of symbolic wisdom.”
Jack Sephiroth is an artist who works in the fantasy field. Jaymi Elford is a writer, tarot coach, firespinner, and the creator of the Triple Goddess Tarot.
This is a beautiful deck that would be a delightful addition to your Tarot collection . . .It’s your decision to click the image above — right or left . . .
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