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Home > Books & Reviews > Decks > Santa Fe Tarot Search

Tarot Deck Review:
Santa Fe Tarot

Developer/Artist:Holly Huber & Tracy LeCocq
Book and Cards Set
Publisher: US Games Systems
Publication date: September 1997
ISBN: 0880797576
Price & More Info: Click Here


This deck features artwork and symbolism derived from Navajo sand paintings. It's interesting -- to me, anyway -- how the developer and artist have been able to tie in and match up gods, mythological critters, and what not from Navajo mythology into that of the Tarot. The Major Arcana, while retaining their original names, have also been given names from the Navajo mythos, and the Minor Arcana have been changed into new forms using the four major 'peoples' of the Navajo world-view. Cups become Water, Swords Lightning, Wands become Rainbows, and Pentacles are now Buffalo. I enjoyed this deck. However, if you don't like this type of art, don't get this deck.

Reviewed by Symitar

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