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Sun and Moon Deck

The Sun and Moon Tarot deck playfully incorporates mythology and Astrology, which brings a unique interpretation to traditional Tarot that is both insightful and accessible. Learn More

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Sun and Moon Tarot Deck

Major Arcana

The Fool Tarot card in Sun and Moon deck
The Fool
The Magician Tarot card in Sun and Moon deck
The Magician
The High Priestess Tarot card in Sun and Moon deck
The High Priestess
The Empress Tarot card in Sun and Moon deck
The Empress
The Emperor Tarot card in Sun and Moon deck
The Emperor
The Hierophant Tarot card in Sun and Moon deck
The Hierophant
The Lovers Tarot card in Sun and Moon deck
The Lovers
The Chariot Tarot card in Sun and Moon deck
The Chariot
Strength Tarot card in Sun and Moon deck
Strength
The Hermit Tarot card in Sun and Moon deck
The Hermit
Wheel of Fortune Tarot card in Sun and Moon deck
Wheel of Fortune
Justice Tarot card in Sun and Moon deck
Justice
The Hanged Man Tarot card in Sun and Moon deck
The Hanged Man
Death Tarot card in Sun and Moon deck
Death
Temperance Tarot card in Sun and Moon deck
Temperance
The Devil Tarot card in Sun and Moon deck
The Devil
The Tower Tarot card in Sun and Moon deck
The Tower
The Star Tarot card in Sun and Moon deck
The Star
The Moon Tarot card in Sun and Moon deck
The Moon
The Sun Tarot card in Sun and Moon deck
The Sun
Judgement Tarot card in Sun and Moon deck
Judgement
The World Tarot card in Sun and Moon deck
The World

The Wands

Ace of Wands Tarot card in Sun and Moon deck
Ace of Wands
Two of Wands Tarot card in Sun and Moon deck
Two of Wands
Three of Wands Tarot card in Sun and Moon deck
Three of Wands
Four of Wands Tarot card in Sun and Moon deck
Four of Wands
Five of Wands Tarot card in Sun and Moon deck
Five of Wands
Six of Wands Tarot card in Sun and Moon deck
Six of Wands
Seven of Wands Tarot card in Sun and Moon deck
Seven of Wands
Eight of Wands Tarot card in Sun and Moon deck
Eight of Wands
Nine of Wands Tarot card in Sun and Moon deck
Nine of Wands
Ten of Wands Tarot card in Sun and Moon deck
Ten of Wands
Page of Wands Tarot card in Sun and Moon deck
Page of Wands
Knight of Wands Tarot card in Sun and Moon deck
Knight of Wands
Queen of Wands Tarot card in Sun and Moon deck
Queen of Wands
King of Wands Tarot card in Sun and Moon deck
King of Wands

The Cups

Ace of Cups Tarot card in Sun and Moon deck
Ace of Cups
Two of Cups Tarot card in Sun and Moon deck
Two of Cups
Three of Cups Tarot card in Sun and Moon deck
Three of Cups
Four of Cups Tarot card in Sun and Moon deck
Four of Cups
Five of Cups Tarot card in Sun and Moon deck
Five of Cups
Six of Cups Tarot card in Sun and Moon deck
Six of Cups
Seven of Cups Tarot card in Sun and Moon deck
Seven of Cups
Eight of Cups Tarot card in Sun and Moon deck
Eight of Cups
Nine of Cups Tarot card in Sun and Moon deck
Nine of Cups
Ten of Cups Tarot card in Sun and Moon deck
Ten of Cups
Page of Cups Tarot card in Sun and Moon deck
Page of Cups
Knight of Cups Tarot card in Sun and Moon deck
Knight of Cups
Queen of Cups Tarot card in Sun and Moon deck
Queen of Cups
King of Cups Tarot card in Sun and Moon deck
King of Cups

The Swords

Ace of Swords Tarot card in Sun and Moon deck
Ace of Swords
Two of Swords Tarot card in Sun and Moon deck
Two of Swords
Three of Swords Tarot card in Sun and Moon deck
Three of Swords
Four of Swords Tarot card in Sun and Moon deck
Four of Swords
Five of Swords Tarot card in Sun and Moon deck
Five of Swords
Six of Swords Tarot card in Sun and Moon deck
Six of Swords
Seven of Swords Tarot card in Sun and Moon deck
Seven of Swords
Eight of Swords Tarot card in Sun and Moon deck
Eight of Swords
Nine of Swords Tarot card in Sun and Moon deck
Nine of Swords
Ten of Swords Tarot card in Sun and Moon deck
Ten of Swords
Page of Swords Tarot card in Sun and Moon deck
Page of Swords
Knight of Swords Tarot card in Sun and Moon deck
Knight of Swords
Queen of Swords Tarot card in Sun and Moon deck
Queen of Swords
King of Swords Tarot card in Sun and Moon deck
King of Swords

The Coins

Ace of Coins Tarot card in Sun and Moon deck
Ace of Coins
Two of Coins Tarot card in Sun and Moon deck
Two of Coins
Three of Coins Tarot card in Sun and Moon deck
Three of Coins
Four of Coins Tarot card in Sun and Moon deck
Four of Coins
Five of Coins Tarot card in Sun and Moon deck
Five of Coins
Six of Coins Tarot card in Sun and Moon deck
Six of Coins
Seven of Coins Tarot card in Sun and Moon deck
Seven of Coins
Eight of Coins Tarot card in Sun and Moon deck
Eight of Coins
Nine of Coins Tarot card in Sun and Moon deck
Nine of Coins
Ten of Coins Tarot card in Sun and Moon deck
Ten of Coins
Page of Coins Tarot card in Sun and Moon deck
Page of Coins
Knight of Coins Tarot card in Sun and Moon deck
Knight of Coins
Queen of Coins Tarot card in Sun and Moon deck
Queen of Coins
King of Coins Tarot card in Sun and Moon deck
King of Coins

About the Sun and Moon Deck

Introduction to Tarot and the Sephiroth Tarot, a centuries old card system, summarizes universal wisdom with symbolic visual representations. The 78 cards of the Tarot are traditionally subdivided into: the Major Arcana, comprised of the trumps 0 through XXI; and the Minor Arcana, consisting of four suits, 10 numbered cards and four court cards.

The Major Arcana cards symbolize the journey of the soul in 22 steps, and its evolution from the material world to the spiritual realm. In the beginning, the traveler is a fool (0), who is unaware of life’s dangers. He does not yet have a sense of his own ego or limitations, and approaches all things with innocence and carelessness.

The early stages of the fool’s journey lead to the splitting of the self into dualities, represented in the Tarot by two pair of male and female cards (I to IV) and through the worldly cards of awakening (cards I to VII). The discovery of the self via the subconscious occurs with cards VIII through XIV, and leads toward the spiritual series of higher consciousness (cards XV to XX). At the end of journey, the fool has become wiser. He has overcome duality by reconciling and uniting the opposites within himself. At this point, he is sufficiently equipped to step into the world (card XXI). After this journey, a new cycle can start at a higher level.

The 22 Tarot cards of the Major Arcana have also been associated with the 22 paths of the Sephiroth, the tree of life in Judaic mysticism. These Kabbalistic paths are given considerable attention in Tarot, because they present powers of transformation. For this reason, each card of the Major Arcana is linked to a symbol from the 22-character Hebrew alphabet.

Tarot images have numerous other associations including the symbolic expression of Jungian archetypes, which describe behavioral patterns stored in our collective unconscious. These archetypes have been symbolically expressed in religion, fiction, mythology, folklore and fairy tales, as well as in the Tarot. In this way, the Major Arcana are associated with the elementary energy of the ancients. Tarot symbols are also associated with astrology, alchemy, freemasonry and the teachings of the Hermetic Order of the Golden Dawn, the I Ching, runes, yoga and Hindu wisdom, Egyptian and Greek mythology, and numerology.

Because Astrology, Numerology and Tarot are interrelated systems, you can use numerology to find your personal archetype within the Tarot cards. To do so, count up the numbers of your birth date, including the date, month and year.

Tarot is a powerful tool for gaining access to deeper layers of the subconscious, and to learn from the immense knowledge of the collective conscience. The Sun and the Moon Tarot considers universal archetypes and cultural symbols, and also incorporates the artist’s own personal symbols.