Silver Era Tarot


The Silver Era Tarot is a fully functional tarot card deck based on the original Rider-Waite-Smith interpretation. The deck is a new-age interpretation of classical ideas expressed with artistic breakthroughs in new bold, groundbreaking ideas as we bring tarot into the 21st Century for older generations to rediscover and expose to a whole new generation of learners and thinkers.

This deck is compiled of 78 cards (22 Major Arcana and 56 Minor Arcana in four suits; Wands, Swords, Pentacles and Cups), the companion book includes a brief description of every card, its interpreted meaning, reverse meaning and relative keywords to assist those that strive to further their expansion of the tarot deck by learning association and symbolism.

Illustrations: 78 Art Cards
Companion Booklet: 96 Pages
Size: 3 1/4″ x 5 1/4″ x 2″
Signed by Author & Artist
Published By: Schiffer Publishing


  • I am not a huge fan of most photography Tarot decks, there are plenty on the market as well, I have always felt that they are in a way cheating. But something about this deck drew me in. The images have quiet a romantic gothic or Victorian feel and women feature predominately in the cards.... Read More

  • While many of the cards follow the classic RW poses, there are some that offer a new scene. The Fool, rather than showing a guy about to walk off a cliff, instead features a woman twirling around barefoot with a swirly skirt, capturing the essence of freedom and carefree bliss. The Sun stands out with its simplistic symbolism. And Death has a dreamy quality to it, with a lovely young lady in a white dress who might be sleeping, if not for the macabre darkened eyeshadow covering the area around her closed eyelids..... Read More

  • The Silver Era Tarot, created by Aunia Kahn and authored by Russel J. Moon, is simply wonderful to behold because unlike silent films, she has added a little something extra, a dash of color on each card. Each card has one rich hue added to it's image that enhances the card's meaning beautifully. It could be a bouquet of flowers, the pinafore on a dress or a richly colored hat... the color simply makes the cards pop..... Read More

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