Tarot de Nostradamus
The Tarot de Nostradamus, also known as the "Tarot des Centuries", is a 20th century Marseilles-style deck which is based on a combination of the J.P. Payen deck from 1713 (Borvo collection), and a 17th-century French manuscript (called the "Planche de Verderonne") found by the French magician Dominique Webb.
The names of several cards have been changed: Le Bateleur became "BRANCHUS", L'Empereur became "AENOBARB", Le Pape became "GRAND PASTOR", La Justice became "LA BALANCE", card XIII gets a name "LYBITINE", Temperance became "LE VERSEAU", La Lune became "SELYN", Le Soleil "AEMATHIEN" and Le Diable "LANTECHRIST".
Dominique Webb (French magician)
 Publishing details
No ISBN on box or cards.
 Date of Publication
1984 - 1986
 Deck creation and/or publication process
Based on a combination of the J.P. Payen deck from 1713 (Borvo collection), and a 17th-century French manuscript found by the French magician Dominique Webb.
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