A Gentle and Serene Tarot Deck with Blue Holographic Details
Featured in DK Book's Tarot by Tina Gong. Book Sold Seperately.
A highly requested Rider Waite Smith alternative to the Seventh Sphere Tarot de Marseille. The Seventh Sphere Rider Waite Smith is a vibrant, colorful and modern tarot deck. Now with non-pip, full-bleed minor arcana illustrations in the same narrative style found in most English-speaking countries.
The Seventh Sphere Tarot Rider Waite Smith on the Labyrinthos Tarot App
Just like all our Labyrinthos Tarot Decks, the Seventh Sphere Tarot Deck will soon be working alongside the Labyrinthos Tarot App. It's completely free, without ads and is only supported by purchases of the tarot decks you see on this site.
The Labyrinthos tarot app focuses on the philosophy of teaching tarot as a tool for introspection, tieing together an ancient tradition with a modern approach to wholistic wellness.
The app comes with the following features:
☽ Digital tarot and lenormand readings
☽ Guided physical readings with deck of your choice
☽ Database of tarot and lenormand card meanings
☽ Tarot journal to save important readings
☽ Tarot and lenormand lessons with foundational philosophy
☽ Your Mirror: we analyze the data and give you patterns on yourself and your readings.
Fell in love with this deck through reading Tarot by Tina Gong. One of my favorite decks visually.
I have 3 of your decks and am in love with them all. The minimalistic, modern, and soft design is amazing and with the touches of foil accents - chef’s kiss. The only critique I have is with the foil edging. For me, the foil feels quite sharp in the hands and makes the cards stiffer and a bit harder to shuffle, compared to my copy of your marseille deck that was given to me a few years ago (no foil). That deck riffle shuffles so smoothly and quickly. Delicious. Maybe the foil edges will break in over time? I don’t have the long-term experience to know. But omg, when I saw the blue foil on the RWS, I immediately hit the “add to cart” button 💙 Thank you for your hard work and dedication. I can tell you put a lot of time and passion into your creations. Amazing and much appreciated.
I'm new to tarot and when I crossed paths with the Labyrinthos Seventh Sphere Deck via the Labyrinthos app, I immediately felt called towards owning the physical deck. With stunning, calming hues and superb depictions, this deck will have you communicating and finding answers in no time. One of the exciting parts of the deck though, is the quality. The cardstock is of a good standard and it shuffles pretty smoothly right down to the embellished shimmering sides of gilded rainbow turquoise. This won't be a buy you regret. Just holding it in your hands feels so powerful and exquisite. I love the energy the cards bring and the meaning and depth each card airs across with the illustrations.
I love every card! (With the exception of the 6 of cups and the 5 of swords, those are the only 2 I can't seem to see the original meaning of the card in this particular interpretation). They are shiny and beautiful and have impressed everyone I've shown them to. I am new to tarot, and I really enjoy getting these cards out to do readings daily.
I first discovered the Seventh Sphere Rider Waite Smith Tarot Deck (SSRWS) on the Labyrinthos app. I found the cards to be comforting and engaging.
When I got the cards, I was so excited I went home on my lunch break to pick the new cards up and open the package.
It comes with a very sturdy box with a magnetic flap closure. I appreciate that very much: it allows card readers to easily carry and use the cards with sufficient protection, and it shows the creator had card readers in mine whilst designing the box.
It came with a pamphlet, which is not something I consult. In fact, it’s superfluous if one has the app. In any case, I don’t use interpretation helps unless it’s a court card.
Now the cards…my goodness. I have never connected with a tarot deck so quickly and thoroughly before. The aura and atmosphere of the cards is difficult to describe: simple yet full of symbolism; comforting, subdued yet very captivating; uncluttered yet visually full. Interpretations come pretty quickly and easily with these cards, especially since the simplicity of the cards obviates the need to dig deeper than necessary. The speak, very clearly and loudly.
I am so glad Tina created a RWS version. I love the look of Thoth-inspired decks but I don’t use them as I don’t have the necessary occult education to properly appreciate the cards and the interpretations they are meant to bring forth. In a similar train of thought, this is a deck without an agenda. It’s purely focused on facilitating divination. I have decks with agendas (gay, pagan, feminist, pretty women, etc.) but is not one of them.
(Side note: the Golden Thread Tarot is also good but with a completely different feel and aura.)