Discover the secrets of the pharoahs through traditional Egyptian symbolism and imagery. This traditional Egyptian deck is printed with metallic gold to enhance the full-color art.
El Tarot Egipcio , By: Margarita Arnal Moscaró, Ediciones Obelisco
Try to find this book in English. The book explains the correspondences of the Egyptian hieroglyphs of the deck with the Hebrew alphabet and the Tree of Life. It is very interesting and adds new depth to the interpretations of the images and the suggestive words that are written in each card.
The meaning of the cards is multi-layered> The upper image of the card is associated with an Egyptian Deity, the middle part of the card is associated with the divinatory meaning, and the bottom of the card is associated with Astrology, Hebrew alphabet and the Qabalah.
As I know you it will not be easy to find this book in English I am copying here the correspondences with the European Tarot Suites>
PENTACLES> KIER DECK> from #23 to #36:
23-Ace of Pentacles
24- 2 of Pentacles... and so on and on until the Court cards:
SWORDS> KIER TAROT> from #37 to #50 (court cards are the last 4)
CUPS> KIER DECK> from #51 to #64(court cards are the last 4 cards)
WANDS> KIER DECK> from #65 to 78 (court cards...last 4 cards)
This deck also has another correspondence system that can be applied just summing up the numbers of any card which number is more than 22. Example: If you choose #38 for an answer, you add 3 + 8 = 12 = The Hanged Man, this card adds depth to the #38 card answer. Each minor card has correspondence with a mayor card, just sum the numbers.
Well I wish all of this helps you to use the deck. I know how much illusions, expectations and money we put in a new deck. Spanish is my first language, if you do not understand something, please ask: firstname.lastname@example.org