Kali Tarot Prayer Cards

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KALI Tarot Prayer Cards: X - Wheel

Description

KALI Tarot Prayer Cards by Ellen Lorenzi-Prince is a hand drawn, colorful 22 card deck honoring the Goddess Kali that was inspired by the folk art of India and Tibet and by the words of 18th century Bengali poets.

Notes from Ellen Lorenzi-Prince:

KALI is a goddess who has touched me deeply yet felt beyond my reach. So I created a deck of Major Arcana cards to manifest my own Fool's journey, my own path toward relationship with the great one. The Kali Tarot Prayer Cards are a work of devotion that uses the Tarot as a framework for a spiritual quest. They are my attempt at understanding the Goddess of Time, of Worlds, of Reality herself.


The 22 prayer cards measure 3 by 5 inches. They are printed on satin card stock. An untitled drawing appears on one side of the card and the prayer is printed on the other. The only titles for the prayers are the corresponding Major Arcana card numbers (i.e. 0 for the Fool, XXI for the World). The title card for the deck is signed. The deck is packaged with a paper sleeve in an organza drawstring bag.

Specs:

  • 22 cards + Signed Title Card
  • KALI Tarot Prayer Cards measure 3" by 5"
  • Are printed on satin card stock
  • Strength card is VIII and Justice, XI
  • Have a white border surrounding each card image
  • Title card is signed in red by Ellen Lorenzi-Prince
  • Deck is packaged with a paper sleeve in an organza drawstring bag

Creator

Ellen Lorenzi-Prince

KALI Tarot Prayer Cards by Ellen Lorenzi-Prince, 2016

Date of Publication

Summer 2016, website: [1]

In a Nutshell

Ellen Lorenzi-Prince has created various Tarot projects including Tarot of the Crone, (3rd ed. 2017) and Dark Goddess Tarot (2013, 2017), Minoan Tarot (2014) as well as Paleo Tarot and Pandora Tarot, and an unusual Ladies of Tarot ~ Paper Doll series. Her art is on permanent display at Museo dei Tarocchi - Tarot Museum of Bologna, Italy.

Ellen Lorenzi-Prince's Sites & Published Tarot Decks

  • Minoan Tarot: [2] (2014)
  • Dark Goddess Tarot: [3] (2013, 2017)
  • Tarot of the Crone: [4] (3rd Ed. 2017)

Online Deck Images - links