Tarot of the Holy Spectrum: Infinity Edition, by Chase Voorhees
Tarot of the Holy Spectrum: Infinity Edition is an independently designed Tarot deck by multi disciplinary artist, Chase Voorhees.
The cards are printed on beautiful, high quality 350gsm art paper, featuring a high gloss mirrored finish on both the backs and the edges of the cards. The artistic inspiration behind this choice was the essence of The Lovers card itself. When the cards are face down, they create a mirror. As you draw cards, you are reaching and touching into a reflection of the self.
Tarot of the Holy Spectrum: Infinity Edition tells a story through color. In this edition, the artist takes the color inspiration to another level. While the same basic color inspiration remains, each card has been completely reimagined. The Major Arcana follows a saturated color spectrum throughout the cards, while each of the Minor Arcana suits progresses through the color spectrum as well.
The cards are sized at 120mm x 70mm (traditional Tarot size), and come in a gorgeous, high gloss fully mirrored magnetic flap box.
Tarot of the Holy Spectrum: Infinity Edition Includes:
- 78 tarot cards, each beautifully designed in full color, with gloss finish and mirrored edging and backs
- Mirrored box, with an embossed infinity loop on the cover
- Black microfiber cloth with branded infinity loop for removing any fingerprints that may occur on the mirrored finish.
Please note: This Tarot deck does not come with a guide book. The intention behind this choice is to empower the reader to come to their own understanding of what the cards mean for them.
In the meantime, I recommend the books, Tarot, by Tina Gong or WTF is Tarot? and How do I do it? by Bakara Wintner to help you along your tarot journey with these cards.
Additionally, because of the mirrored finish, this deck is prone to visible fingerprints and minor scratches. There is an included microfiber cloth that can be used to remove any fingerprints that occur, but it is recommended that you wash your hands before use.