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For seven years, seven women meticulously painted the Dreams and Divinities Tarot deck. This extraordinary 78-card Tarot deck and its accompanying guidebook were inspired by visions, dreams, and an in-depth exploration of the archetypal cards, offering a fresh perspective on classical Tarot symbolism and interpretations.

Box, Guidebook and Cards!


Curated, designed, and produced by Liba Waring Stambollion, this first edition of 777 decks is a testament to her commitment to creating a treasure-worthy Tarot deck. The cards are extra-large and heavy, reminiscent of antique Italian Tarot cards. They are printed on recycled paper with ecological inks and varnishes. The cards were produced in Italy by a company using solar-powered electricity.

Seven internationally recognized women symbolists painted the deck:

  • Amanda Sage
  • Carrie Ann Baade
  • Heidi Taillefer
  • Ila Rose
  • Liba Waring Stambollion
  • Martina Hoffmann
  • Viandara Elfaerian

The collaborative journey involved Viandara Elfaerian’s contribution to the design process. Liba’s digital remixes of Amanda Sage’s aces brought the 2-10 of the Minor Arcana to life. Liba’s brainstorming sessions with Carrie Ann Baade and Martina Hoffmann were instrumental in shaping the deck’s unique character.


 Accompanying this magical deck is a guidebook that introduces the intricate connections between the oldest Hebrew esoteric text: the Sefer Yetzirah, the Tarot, and the ancient wisdom underlying them. Additionally, the booklet offers each of the 78 cards a quick reference to its divinatory meaning, seen through the lens of this perspective.

Because the minor arcana are non-figurative, the deck can also be used with other traditions.



The Dreams and Divinities Tarot deck and its original paintings were officially launched on December 5th at the historic Atelier Gustave in Paris, located at 36 Rue Boissonade, 75014 Paris.

Liba is currently doing private showings of the paintings to collectors. Please get in touch with her at libaws@gmail.com if you want to purchase one of the originals.

The Tarot with Le Galerie 18 bis

The original paintings for the Major Arcana, the Court cards, and the Aces will be on display at Galerie 18 bis in Paris this March! 

They will also launch Liba’s accompanying large, full-color book, ‘The Tree and the Tarot,’ and host events that concern the theme. 

Don’t miss these important dates:

March 14th- Book launch and opening. 

March 21st – A collective reading and mandala offering for the Equinox. 

March 29th – Conference: The Tree and the Tarot 

Le Galerie 18 bis

20 Rue de Savoie, 75006 Paris

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The Tree and the Tarot

Modern Tarot is thought to be based on the Kabbalist Tree of Life. Yet the Tarot came out 100 years before the Kabbalistic Tree. So why are they so similar?
The key is in the most ancient esoteric Hebrew system, the Sefer Yetzirah. This short text was examined, translated, and diffused during the early Renaissance and was used in both the Tarot and the later Kabbalist Tree.

  • In this first book of the trilogy, you will find:
  • A look at the Tarot’s historical origins, beginning with the first 15th-century decks to the 19th and 20th-century Golden Dawn decks.
  • Insight into how the Sefer Yetzirah and other mystical systems affected the Tarot.
  • A four-point perspective on each of the 22 major arcana: the traditional, Qabbalist, Sefer Yetzirah, and modern-day viewpoints.
  • A system for understanding the minor arcana, which relies directly on
  • the Sefer Yetzirah and Pythagorean numerology.

The Tree and the Tarot is illustrated with paintings from the Dreams & Divinities Tarot.