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Tarot of Delphi, created by Janet D.H. Hinkel

Let fall the robe and reveal yourself as a Neoclassical Victorian goddess. Slide web-19into a gossamer slip, and step onto a marble veranda by the Mediterranean sea. You are in a world of mythical creatures, gods and legends in the Tarot of Delphi.

The Tarot of Delphi is a tarot deck illustrated with Neoclassical Victorian art from 1838 to 1913. This gorgeous deck places your life at the center of the story. You interpret your past and dream your future into being through fine art from the Victorian Era.

This full-color, 78-card tarot deck features paintings by over 20 Victorian artists, including John William Waterhouse, Dante Gabriel Rossetti, Henrietta Rae, Lord Frederick Leighton and George Frederic Watts.web-15

The Tarot of Delphi is available for a limited time on Kickstarter. Inspired by the Victorian artworks, artisan-crafted Victorian-style jewelry of genuine gemstones and pearls – as well as a tarot bag made from authentic 1870s Victorian fabric – are available exclusively through Kickstarter.

About Janet:
Janet D.H. Hinkel was raised in western contemplative tradition. Her writing focuses on the intersection of science and spirituality, health outliers, and the unexpected. She created the Tarot of Delphi, a tarot deck that uses fine art to explore personal stories. The project combines over 20 years as a nonfiction writer and 16 years studying tarot.

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3 Comments

  1. I have a later tarot deck but have no idea how to read the cards. I got the deck because i am writing a heroine who reads the cards as part of a carnival sideshow. However, I am researching so the “readings” appear credible. Thanks.

  2. I did some research on tarot cards as a device to send my heroine in Erins Rebel back to the future. Fascinating subject!

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