A Walk-Through of All Cards in the Spirit Keeper’s Tarot

The Primordial Realm

Major Arcana

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Seven Upper Realms

First Province: Aces to Threes

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Second Province: The Four Empyrean Courts

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Seven Lower Realms

First Edition
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First Edition
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First Edition
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First Edition
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First Edition
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First Edition
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19 thoughts on “A Walk-Through of All Cards in the Spirit Keeper’s Tarot

  1. Brandon

    Totally still on board! I was just wondering about your thought process behind publishing it in black and white as opposed to color. I am not saying it is a negative at all. I just wondered about your decision process in this! Thanks. Can’t wait to preorder.

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        1. My intention is original printable version for coloring, that is why ink style on my end is different from published (or to be published) version, which is intended to be in black and white, and therefore ink style has to be different– I had to go back and add depth perception with black and white, whereas original version I didn’t do that because the presumption was you’d do that with color. =) However, if people want to color the published version, hey, I’m all good with that. It’s their deck once it’s in their hands. =)

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    1. Ooh, I will write about that in a future post! Short answer: it better mirrors my own pathworking and journeying through the card imagery. Okay think: Wizard of Oz. Does that help? =) Anyway, will write more on this topic. Good one for me to address more fully. =)

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  2. Kalliope

    Benebell, I totally vibe with you and I would love to open a discussion with you. A mini interview as such. On your creative process. Not to be published on any forum but because it vibes… or resonates… with a lot of deeply personal and private things in my life. It is so uncanny that it is simultaneously terrifying and exciting.

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  4. Inessa

    Hello dear Benebell wen. I would like to buy a deck of Tarot cards from you – the Tarot of the Guardian Spirit. Do you have in stock? If necessary, I will stand in line or pay in advance. I saw a review of your Magnificent Tarot deck and really want to buy it and have it in my collection. Sincerely, Ines.

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