Welcome to Tarot Media Company! You can see what's new and interesting, and peruse all the wonderful Tarot offerings in our Shop. You can learn more about our company and our goal of promoting the work of Tarot authors, artists, and scholars to make their creations available to the Tarot public and to support them in their goal of right livelihood.
Join teacher and writer Anastasia Haysler for a monthly rune workshop from the comfort of your home! Each month, we’ll look at a pair of runes in detail—their names, descriptions in the various Rune Poems, associations and interpretations both historical and modern, and ways of working with their energies to make your readings rich, deep, and meaningful.
Raido and Ehwaz are both runes of journey and movement, but with different connotations and applications in readings. We’ll explore the unique qualities of each, and how they work when they appear together in a reading.
This online workshop is held at 7:00 PM Pacific Time, and runs for 90 minutes. We use a Google Hangout
for real-time video and audio during the workshop. The link for the workshop will be sent the Monday prior to the event.
Each workshop is a stand-alone event, so you don’t have to attend all of them. It’s more fun if you do, of course, but it’s not required!
You can register on our web shop at bit.ly/2prRgVj
See you online in May!
Today we present The Tarot of the Master Special Edition – #19 of a limited edition of 250, by Giovanni Vacchetta.
Originally published at the end of the nineteenth century in black and white, Michela Guadenzi has skillfully colored Giovanni Vacchetta’s inspiring Major Arcana and elegant pip cards. A teacher of art at the Polytechnic of Turin and a patron of the arts, Vacchetta incorporated some Masonic symbolism into this masterful deck. The cards were designed as if he were carving them from marble. The images have a sense of material solidity, yet are characterized by graceful lines. An important historic reproduction modified for modern audiences by the addition of delicate color, this deck will be of interest to collectors and readers alike. Vacchetta was not only a skilled artist but also a scholar and learned iconographist.
This is set #19 of a limited edition of 250, with the title card autographed by the author.
The Ancient Tarots of Bologna is an exquisite reproduction of one of the earliest Italian decks. The worn, aged look of the cards, coupled with the soft, rich hues of green, blue, brown, and gold work together in a presentation that is ancient and mysterious-like a soft whisper from the past beckoning the reader to listen quietly to the wisdom of the cards. We have a copy, just for you!
Ancient Tarots of Bologna