HAINDL TAROT PDF
The Haindl Tarot draws upon knowledge of ancient Native American culture to create a deck that is a colorful and penetrating study in humility and reverence for . Buy Haindl Tarot Deck Gmc Crds by Hermann Haindl (ISBN: ) from Amazon’s Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible. Haindl Tarot, Minor Arcana, Rev Ed. [Rachel Pollack] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Describes each card of the Minor Arcana in great.
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I heard about the Haindl Tarot not too long ago through the grapevine of tarot readers I know. Yet this deck was first published back in Rachel Pollack has penned companion books for this deck that come highly, highly recommended by pretty much every tarot practitioner I know.
The Magician as Beth, Key 2: The High Priestess as Gimel, and so rarot. The paintings are surreal with subdued, subtle coloring. In person, the art is not quite as bold as they seem to appear in these photos.
The art seems to mirror the stream of consciousness of our minds, which results in an incredibly powerful and evocative tarot deck to work with. Haindl also appears to order The Fool first, as Key 0, rather than last, at the end of the Majors after Key 21 as it was in some older traditions. Yet the abstract imagery here has a Thoth vibe to it. For practitioners who integrate I Ching divination into their tarot readings, this is a great deck for that.
More on such a hybrid practice later. Here, you see directional correspondences written onto the four Aces. However, some of the I Ching correspondences in the Minors caused me to scratch my head. It suggests a transitory period, one where a period of darkness, of inferior overtaking superior forces, of the noble being haindk, is coming to a close soon, and there is light along the horizon.
Then others match really, really well, and got me excited. Most of them, actually, worked out really well. Here, for example, Hexagram 35 is assigned to the Eight of Wands. Hexagram 35, Fire over Earth, denotes signs of progress and advancement, and is an auspicious omen for manifestation. You hzindl those same energetic themes in the Eight of Wands.
The I Ching correspondences are a bit inconsistent, however. Speaking of Love, in the I Chingthere taot four hexagrams commonly associated with romantic love, Hexagrams 31, 32, 53, and Hexagram 31 seems to be about young love, chemistry, and mutual hiandl, which I correlate with Two of Cups energy.
Or look at the Eight of Cups, which is assigned Hexagram Corners of the Mouth; Nourishment. I do love the artwork, however. For those who like to read the cards like a storybook, hqindl imagery here may be a bit tough for that particular technique whereas the RWS lends itself really well to story reading. Those who interpret the cards either by emotion or by esoteric analysis are going to love this deck.
The suit of Pentacles or Coins has been renamed to Stones, which in my opinion works better for the suit and its correspondence with Earth anyway. So I like the Stones.
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There you see Hexagram The Two of Stones seems to be more about harmony, balance, the endeavor of equilibrium. Hexagram 16 is Thunder over Earth, which is about preparing to advance and maybe even auspicious for a hostile takeover.
In fact the six lines of Hexagram 16 takes us through the rise and fall of ambition and conquests.
For the Two of Stones, I might opt for Hexagram 42, which is about cooperation and harmony to bring about material gains, and juggling various opportunities while you figure out which one you want to take.
Now we get to the courts, which I love, love, love, love. The court cards are one of the main reasons the Haindl Tarot shines. I love how multicultural it is and how it brings mythological interpretation into the court card interpretation fold.
The court cards in the suit of Swords is expressed through Egyptian mythology and the Stones PentaclesNative American. Although the goddess Nut works, too, for the Queen of Swords, association Air or sky. The deck comes with two blank cards. Typically, the extra cards have publisher advertisements on them or serve as a cover deck for the deck in question.
Here, I feel like I want to do something with the blank cards, maybe incorporate it into the deck and use a deck of 80 instead of 78, with the 2 blank ones. In Hexagram 11, there is a sense of upper and lower classes uniting in concord.
I think my personal interpretation of the Two of Swords would be better reflected in Hexagram 12, which is Heaven over Earth. In Hexagram 12, we get a plateau, stagnation, stalemate, an impasse. Hexagram 12 indicates small gains at the price of significant losses.
I often get that vibe from the Two of Swords, at least more so Hexagram 12 energy than Hexagram 11, which feels like too harmonious a hexagram for a Swords pip.
The Haindl Tarot has quickly risen to be one of my all-time favorite decks. This is one of my favorite decks! Still, I feel there is so much to read in these cards without having all tarof extra information.
These cards are evocative and expressive, the symbolism is just the details. Some of the corresponding I Ching hexagrams cause me to scratch my head a bit, but ultimately, it does work.
When I started to hang out at Aeclectic Tarot forum in this deck hainel very much talked about! It seems ideal for you Benebell! I love the court cards in this deck! I not only read it for the classic meaning associated with the card, but also look at the hexagram or rune it corresponds with. Which decks are your go-to tarot decks?
A huge spread would just feel confusing probably… And would make me do a reading for hours?! This is one of my favourite decks. Like many, I cut the grey borders with the key words off my deck this may be heresy to you.
I had the jumbo Haindl anyway, so even borderless it is larger than some tarot decks. It really makes me feel connected to the Gaia aspect of our planet, and our relationship to her, the good and the bad. Lots of bad depicted in this deck. For me, it has a very poignant, holding-back-the-tears sort of feel to it. I reviewed the Haiindl on this blog and in that review you can see where else I diverge from Mr.
Stones, too, remind me a bit of Pentacles, Coins, or Earth energy.
My Review of the Haindl Tarot – benebell wen
VERY helpful and insightful review of the Haindl tarot! Thank you for such a thorough descriptive.
I would like to ask if you can recommend a good book for I-Ching hexagram explanations and in general. Very much appreciate it. Haha well I am for sure biased.
Because I would recommend my I Ching course, which comes with my translations and annotations of the Book of Changes, i. Thank you for the recommendation and it is a great pick up. Where do I find your I Ching course? You are commenting using your WordPress. You are commenting using your Twitter account.
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Notify me of new posts via email. Skip to content I heard about the Haindl Tarot not too long ago through the grapevine of tarot readers I know.
Hermann Haindl in his home, The Haindl Tarot is a truly remarkable deck for any tarot enthusiast to work with. Preview of Select Majors. Click on photo to enlarge.
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