The Alchemy of Science Meeting Magic
Author Stacey Demarco, Illustrator Kinga Britschgi
"You don't have to use your imagination to feel the power of alchemy and magic—they are potently available in the elements that surround you!
Our ancestors harnessed the powers of earth, air, fire, and water, and north, south, east, and west; these have been key parts of pagan and witchcraft traditions for millennia. Now it's your turn! Modern science has revealed active energies such as electricity, gravity, magnetism, atoms, and even the mysterious dark matter. All of these can be used within this oracle in alchemic magic.
All energies—from the smallest atom to the greatest solar power, from east to west, and from your own breath to fierce storms—are used here in these 44 stunning full-color cards. Combining the ancient key energies of the elements with science gives us a unique and authentic new way to work with them.
Each card features an ancient word of power from the Greek, Roman, Egyptian, Norse, or Celt traditions to enliven it."
Many suggest that the tarot evolved from an ancient book containing the prototype of a perfect spiritual journey. Some see it as an extension of astrology and celestial interpretations. And still others view it as merely a game with uncanny relevance to life and life events. The Elemental Tarot is the perfect distillation of all these thoughts. An extraordinary deck of stunning cards, it revitalizes centuries of mystical ideas and generations of symbolic designs. No matter how you choose to use it, its beauty and meaning will serve to heighten your own awareness of life and its possibilities.
Stacey Demarco, one of Australia’s most trusted metaphysicians and spiritual practitioners, is a foundation member of the Australian Psychics Association and a board member of the Pagan Awareness Network.
Kinga Britschgi is a professional Hungarian artist having been living in the U.S. since August, 1995 and works in both digital and traditional media creating mostly composite works for narratives, illustration, fine art prints, and such.