Waite-Smith Tarot Research
My 210 page book on the most widespread, influential tarot deck of them all, `The Waite-Smith Tarot' (after
1972 often incorrectly referred to as `Rider-Waite') was published in 2006 by the Australian based `Association
of Tarot Studies'. The book illustrated in b&w and colour, tells the story of this famous tarot deck from its
very beginning, around the year 1900 up to the year 2000. It consists of four parts: `Artist and Author', `Waite's
Golden Dawn', `The Waite-Smith Tarot' and `Catalogue'.
How "Story of the Waite Smith Tarot" came into being ...
Corrections and regrets
K. Frank Jensen: A Century with the Waite-Smith Tarot (and all the others...)
'Twenty Years of Tarot: The Lo Scarabeo Story', opening up for new perspectives in
the history of this spectacular
esoteric tarot pack.
Read my comments on Alligo's study here
US Games Systems Inc.:
Pamela Colman Smith Commemorative Set (May 2009):
See review here.
Illustrations you can not find in 'The Story of the Waite-Smith Tarot: