Playing cards are used for fortune-telling, predicting the future or even as a psychological adjunct to folk medicine and therapy.
The Picture Book of Ana Cortez is an original work of art designed to facilitate Divination.
“Tarjetas de la Felicidad” containing positive mental affirmations by Lauro Trevisan, Buenos Aires (Argentina) c.2001
Playing Card Oracles - Alchemy Edition - by Charles J. Freeman and Ana Cortez
A pack of 54 playing-cards for fortune-telling each card containing a number of zodiacal, classical and modern images with a miniature card of the conventional type at top left and a letter of the alphabet at top right.
A set of rather unusual and non-standard cartomancy cards from Argentina with religious connotations and imaginative artwork
A pack inspired by subjects such as spirituality, the occult, ouija boards, spirit photography and generally all things spooky.
The Fortune Teller’s Deck was published in 1995 in conjunction with a book written by Jane Lyle. The deck was designed by Neil Breeden and the court cards incorporate traditional symbolism.
Ye Witches Fortune Telling Cards published by the United States Playing Card Co., 1896. 52 cards + Joker + extra card in box.
Geistliche Karten, Augsburg, 1718. Each card carries a text in Gothic typeface giving advice regarding what to do and think each day. Not quite oracle or divination cards, they are more like 'a motto for the day' collection. The method of using the cards is not known.
“Naipes Cristianos” catechetical playing cards with quotations from the four gospels, 2002.