Haindl Tarot Cards
Haindl draws upon his knowledge of ancient cultures and his experiences with Native American life to create a unique deck that is a colorful and penetrating study of nature and spirituality. The Haindl Tarot deck relates the spiritual traditions of many cultures to human experiences and to the sacred wonder of our Earth.
The captivating artwork of Haindl Tarot is non-traditional, yet the deck does follow the structure and meanings of the Rider-Waite deck for the most part, with some references to the Thoth Tarot. Each Major Arcana card shows kabbalistic, runic, and astrological associations. In the Minor Arcana each court card is represented by a god or goddess. The four suits are Wands -- Hindu; Cups -- Celtic and Norse; Swords -- Ancient Egyptian; and Stones -- Native American.
The Haindl Tarot draws people in by the rare quality of its art. A painter who devoted his life to his work, Hermann Haindl brought to his pictures a skill and sophistication rare in modern Tarot decks. Drawn in by the unusual beauty of the cards, people who became familiar with the cards and learned how to use them discovered something more profound: a way of living dedicated to the sacred wonder of the Earth.The Haindl Tarot draws on the spiritual traditions of many cultures. By itself, this in not unique, as quite a few contemporary decks feature art from different cultures and mythologies. The Haindl Tarot, however, connects these traditions to real experience.These seventy-eight paintings reflect Haindl’s devotion to nature, his recognition of the feminine, his travels, his encounters with holy teachers and spirits, his respect for all peoples, his political belief in responsibility for the past and future, and the crises that have shaped his understanding. Drawn to the cards by their unique art, many thousands of people have found their lives changed, sometimes quite dramatically.-- From the Introduction to Haindl Tarot; A Reader’s Handbook by Rachel Pollack
Author: Hermann Haindl
Artist: Hermann Haindl
Dimensions: Cards measure 2.75" x 5"
What is the difference between Tarot, Oracle, and Lenormand?
Tarot decks are the oldest and most well-known type of divination decks. They consist of 78 cards, divided into the Major Arcana (22 cards) and the Minor Arcana (56 cards), and are used to provide insight into the past, present, and future. Each card has a unique image and symbolism, and readers use their intuition, knowledge of the cards, and other divination techniques to interpret the meaning of the cards.
Oracle decks, on the other hand, are a more modern type of divination deck that does not follow a specific structure or format. They can vary widely in terms of the number of cards and the images and symbols used. Oracle decks can be designed around specific themes, such as angels, animals, or chakras, and are often used to provide inspiration and guidance for personal growth and spiritual development.
Lenormand decks are a specific type of divination deck that originated in Germany in the 19th century. They consist of 36 cards, each with a simple image and meaning. Lenormand decks are used to provide practical guidance for everyday situations, such as work, love, and health, and are often used in combination with other divination techniques, such as tarot or astrology.
Haindl Tarot Cards
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