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Initiatory Tarot of the Golden Dawn: 78 Full Colour Tarot Cards and Instructions


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Product Dimensions6.8 x 12.2 x 3 cm ; 499 g
Item weight500 Grams
Number of pieces1
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ASIN8865271825
Shipping Weight281 g
Item model numberEX164
Date First Available26 July 2012
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A pack of Tarot Cards illustrating major facets from the teachings of Golden Dawn. The Hermetic Order of the Golden Dawn was the most influential occult group to emerge from the end of the nineteenth century occult revival. The main achievement of the group, and of its more influential individuals, was to create a working system of magic, bonded from the various separate strands of tradition in existence at the time.

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