An immersive 78 card tarot deck and guidebook, created by Annie Ruygt and Carrie Mallon.
The Spacious Tarot is a tarot deck, but to simply call it a tarot deck does not fully describe the magic you’ll find here. This deck invites you into an energetic realm, beckoning you to enter and explore. Immerse yourself in the scenes. Sink into the colors and textures. It doesn’t matter if you are new to tarot or a seasoned reader – these cards will evoke your intuition!
There are no humans in our deck, but there are a few hints of humans (such as the skeleton hands in Death and the lantern in The Hermit). A few animal companions are present, most notably in the court cards. The courts have also been re-named to focus less on gender and hierarchy, and more on levels of experience. The Child is equivalent to what most decks call Page, Explorer for Knight, Guardian for Queen and Elder for King.
What’s new in the second edition?
The second edition will be very similar to the first, but there are a few small changes. Here are all the details:
- Updated spelling on the Three of Pentacles. This card had a small spelling mistake in the first edition which has been corrected for the second edition.
- A few of the darker cards have been brightened, including the Wheel of Fortune, The Hermit and the High Priestess.
- The back of the box has been redesigned, and the box now includes a ribbon, to make it easier to lift the cards out.
78 cards printed on 350 GSM card stock, each card measuring 70x112mm
Borderless imagery with slightly rounded corners
Sturdy one-piece box with flip cover lid
137-page guidebook included in each deck box
Printed on 100% post-consumer recycled card stock
The Spacious Tarot is a 78-card tarot deck, loosely based on the Waite-Smith system. You will surely form your own connection to these cards, but the guidebook will offer nudges to help you bond with this unique deck.
NOTE: Two Sides Tarot is shipping as normal, however, due to the COVID-19 outbreak, shipping may take longer than usual. Find out more about my shipping policies here. You can also find Australia Post’s updates on domestic and international services here.