Star Maiden Tarot
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Star Maiden Tarot
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We are all part of nature and are therefore connected to the universe. The elements that make up the Earth, Sun, Moon and Stars are also what make up us. Named for the Greek goddess Astraea, the Star Maiden Tarot celebrates these cosmic connections as well as the divine feminine, while exploring zodiac and elemental associations. Star Maiden Tarot reminds you that you have the power to transform your life. May this luminous deck be a guiding light on your spiritual journey. Includes 78 linen finish cards with dazzling teal gilt edges and 180-page illustrated guidebook.

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      0.98 lb(s)
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  • Size
    Box measures 3.74” x 5.75”; 78 cards measure 2.75” x 4.75”
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  • Author
    Hannah Kirchen

What Customers Are Saying About Star Maiden Tarot

Hannah Kirchen's Star Maiden Tarot is an homage to Astraea, the Greek goddess of justice, and we see her in the constellation Virgo. The mission of this Tarot is keeping the balance in our physical and spiritual worlds. 

In the Minors, the 2, 3, and 4 of each suit represents the cardinal signs; 5, 6, 7 designate the fixed signs; and 8, 9, 10 correspond with the mutable signs. Ranking-wise, in this deck the Queens come before the Kings. 

I love the full color guidebook and metallic aquamarine edging. Production value here via U.S. Games is stellar! If zodiac signs could describe vibes, then Star Maiden Tarot is Virgo-Libra for sure. 

The art style has almost an asian-esque paper cut art aesthetic to it, meets the reenactment of folktales through medieval puppet theatre. Also, I'm really loving this color palette.
—Benebell Wen, Tarot creator & reviewer

This deck was a pleasant surprise, and I was in awe upon opening the deck as I wasn't sure what to expect.  The package presentation is gorgeous!  It comes in a hard case two-part box with the bottom of the box in a turquoise color with a matching ribbon to make it easier to pull out the deck and at the bottom of the box on the inside is printed a cup, wand, sword and pentacle representing the four minor suites of the deck that adds a really nice touch to the box.  The cards themselves feel like a linen cardstock and have beautiful gilt edges in teal that makes the cards feel extra special.  The deck follows the RWS System but with a totally different color scheme and a different twist to some of the illustrations based on the artist's interpretations which adds a nice, fresh look and feel to the familiar RWS.  If you are a RWS Tarot Collector but want something new and a little different but yet still have the RWS feel/meaning to the cards, you may enjoy this deck.  The deck also comes with a very nice, colorful, hefty guidebook with semi-gloss pages that comes with upright and reversed meanings.  A refreshing new deck for RWS Fans/Collectors for sure!
—Anne Thi, Tarot collector & YouTuber

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