Step into a lost world from long ago...
A world veiled in darkness after a cataclysmic collision that stilled the earth. Millennia have passed and only humankind has survived—through the divine gift of dreams.
Exquisitely rich and magical, this new Rider-Waite-Smith-based tarot deck by digital artist Ciro Marchetti takes you into the heart of fantasy. You can use this legacy from ages past to discover what you need for your own life as it guides you toward hope, wisdom, and inspiration.
The companion guidebook, Gateway to the Divine Tarot, presents the author's interpretation of each card's significance, along with additional perspectives from experts in the tarot community, including Ruth Ann and Wald Amberstone, James Ricklef, and Leisa ReFalo.
Includes a 78-card deck and a 312-page book.
Legacy of the Divine Tarot for iPhone
Legacy of the Divine Tarot for iPad
Larger signed prints of the individual cards and themed montages from the Legacy of the Divine deck are available from the artists web site. www.ciromarchetti.com
Get the entire interactive experience:
Watch the trailers below and visit the companion site at www.legacyofthedivinetarot.com.
The Tower Card: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QSBAe2u87Xc
Empress Card: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MoSTPd--Nik
Wands IV: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FX-cFCxPu2U
Swords III: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jok8LWU968o
Swords IV: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SgCBIljCbOk
Ciro Marchetti (Florida) is an award-winning artist from the United Kingdom. He studied art in London, followed by a career working in Europe and South America where he co-founded what became the largest graphic design agency in the region. He later transferred to the United States where he opened a branch office based in Miami. In addition to managing his company, Ciro also gave workshops and lectures on digital imagery and illustration at the Fort Lauderdale Art Institute, and continues to create his own personal style of visionary art. Ciro's eclectic portfolio of offerings includes award-winning cartomancy decks, posters, and jigsaw puzzles along with tarot-themed ceramic inlayed wooden boxes, reading cloths, bags, and kimono-style gowns.