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Revue de presse

"An outer worldly instrument for an inner-worldly Journey! Congrats to both Patricia Cori and Alysa Bartha for creating a new look tarot deck that just may be the One that energizes and challenges not only a genre of intuitive instruments but our Higher Souls themselves!"
—George Rideout, host of SacredSpace UMFM 101.5 fm Radio

"Patricia and her Sirian contacts are one of the most inspiring sources available during this time of shifting potentials and human evolution."
—Steve Crow, Soul Adventure TV

"This is the most awesome set of Tarot cards I have ever seen in my life!"
—Tim Wheater, award-winning composer, flautist, vocalist, teacher, and public speaker

"The Sirian Starseed Tarot, a tool for higher consciousness and soul awakening, is simply amazing. The images in this deck are vibrant and stunning – full of energy. Even the card backs, featuring the Sirian Seal, give off energy. Patricia Cori and Alysa Bartha have created an amazing deck with unlimited possibilities."
Tarot Examiner

"The Sirian Starseed Tarot may be my new favorite, and one of the most energizing decks I've ever worked with. Whether you're a new reader or an experienced Master, you will find yourself captivated by Patricia Cori's new approach and Alysa Bartha's beautiful graphics. I'll say this much: I haven't wanted to use another deck since getting this one!"
Merlian News

"I have to say The Sirian Starseed Tarot is definitely elegantly done and has beautiful illustrations by Patricia Cori and Alysa Bartha. I found the reading to be uplifting and inspiring and enjoy the set very much."
Paranormal Examiner

"The Sirian Starseed Tarot is a beautifully crafted journey through the cosmos in the search of  Soul—a full circle journey of enlightenment and illumination."
Attune Magazine

"The Sirian Starseed Tarot is most creditable not just for breathing fresh life into a very old divination system but much more importantly for acting as a tool that must surely speak more openly and directly to a new generation of spiritual initiates. In this regard there is a very real possibility that this Tarot deck will quickly become the manual of choice for Indigo Starseeds all over the world – a ground-plan for those highly evolved individuals currently being seeded onto this planet and who, through this Tarot deck, are being offered the opportunity to activate the crystalline patterns of coded energy forms that were first seeded into their DNA at birth."
—Mysteries of Sirius

"Visionary author Patricia Cori and metaphysical artist Alysa Bartha have collaborated together to bring a new consciousness to the tried and tested realm of the Tarot. Weaving together the world-reknowned teachings deiivered through Cori’s best-selling books with Tarot traditions of the past, they present a new interpretation of the exquisite journey of self-discovery hidden in the Tarot’s archetypal symbols and meanings."
—Ashtar Command

"When I opened the box I gasped! This is the most amazing deck of tarot cards I’ve ever seen. Patricia, you’ve done it again!"
—Curtis Davis, Occult Science Radio

"This alchemical restructuring  of the tarot is done masterfully...the [Sirian Starseed Tarot] is the perfect blend of classical and modern wisdom."

"Not only a gorgeous deck to behold, but a truly helpful and astounding tool of spiritual discovery...I have never had a deck that immediately attempted to speak to me on the soul level in the very first reading with it. When I received the Sirian Starseed Tarot and opened the package I could feel its energy already reaching out to me. That is incredibly rare."
—Magickal Musings

"As a work of creative inspiration and devotion to spirit The Sirian Starseed Tarot seeks to reconnect an ancient divination system with its true magickal heritage."
—The Tarotmancer

"Tarot eye candy with a spiritual message? Yes please!"

"The moment I looked at the cards I had drawn, I realised that this would be a profoundly enlightening reading."
—Freespirit Tarot

"I absolutely love The Sirian Starseed Tarot. I recommend the Sirian Starseed Tarot to those who look to the stars in the night sky and long to return home, and to those who hear a calling to bring the message of the star people to the planet Earth."
—Christiana's Tarot Topics

"If you like digital photography and art tarot decks, this is a pretty decent one, and the size of the cards means the deck lends itself easily to meditational or visualization work."
—Kismet's Companion

"If you are wanting to learn intuitive reading or already do intuitive readings you can’t go wrong with The Sirian Starseed Tarot. Once you have this deck in your hands it will not take long to understand why I am describing this as powerful. This deck opened that part of me up so quickly that I did experience a bit of a “head rush.” One needs to be prepared to turn their “psychic switch” on even when only going through the cards individually as I was."
—Tarot by Misha

"This is a good deck for anyone who believes in this system of The Sirian High Council, or who is at least curious about it. I used it for both deep, spiritual questions, and every day mundane things, and it answered both with equal aplomb.  While it did read at a very positive level, it also tackled shadow issues for me, and made me think deeply."
—78 Whispers in My Ear

"The spirit of the Sirian Starseed Tarot makes this the perfect deck for exploring deeper knowledge, understanding, conscious shift, spiritual growth and life purpose."
—Cosmic Tarot

“I collected tarot in the past and then I lost interest, but then I received [Patricia Cori’s] beautiful Sirian Starseed Tarot and now I’m reading again. This is my deck … this is the one I’m using. It’s truly amazing.”
—Gary Goldberg, In the Spirit Radio

“Thank you so much for producing your deck, the Sirian Starseed Tarot. I have been waiting for such a deck for over ten years to hit the market!”
—Tarot Insights

Présentation de l'éditeur

Visionary author Patricia Cori and metaphysical artist Alysa Bartha present a true tool of transformation, empowerment, and awakening—a must-have for serious Tarot readers, spiritual seekers, and starseeds everywhere. With The Sirian Starseed Tarot, they bring a new consciousness to the tried and tested realm of the Tarot. Weaving together the world-renowned teachings delivered through Cori’s best-selling books with Tarot traditions of the past, they bring a new interpretation of the exquisite journey of self-discovery hidden in the Tarot’s archetypal symbols and meanings.
Honoring the core structure of the time-proven Tarot and the wisdom of what has for centuries been portrayed in its pantheon, Cori and Bartha bring to light new perspectives upon its theater of characters—and the energies they represent. With 78 gorgeously designed, full-color Tarot cards—22 Major Arcana, 16 “court cards,” and 40 numbered cards (10 for each of four suits)—and a 96-page booklet explaining each card, this amazing deck allows card readers and their clients to work through the Tarot fundamentals on a higher level, helping them to achieve a multidimensional perspective on the meaning of their own lives and in relation to the immense changes that are occurring in our global societies and in the Earth’s own energy grids.
A work of creative inspiration and devotion to spirit, The Sirian Starseed Tarot addresses the growing fascination of many souls who are searching to understand their starseed origins and their purpose in the greater scheme of our cosmic evolution.

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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Great Tarot Deck! 13 novembre 2012
Par Christiana Gaudet - Publié sur
Format: Cartes
There are a number of reasons I might not have loved the new Sirian Starseed Tarot by Patricia Cori and Alysa Bartha, published by North Atlantic Books.

The Sirian Starseed Tarot is a "channeled deck," and clearly born of and marketed to the community of people whom many would describe as "waiting for the spaceship to land."

It is a photography deck. I don't always connect with photography decks.

Many of the card and suit names have been changed. I'm a bit of a traditionalist, so that doesn't always resonate with me.

The list could go on, but you get my point.

Now here's the punch line. I absolutely love The Sirian Starseed Tarot.

Patricia Cori, well-known voice of the Sirian High Council and designer of The Sirian Starseed Tarot, agreed to spend some time with me over Skype from her home in Italy.

Patricia has been visited by the sixth-dimensional beings from the Sirian star system since she was young. She is a world renowned author and teacher. She leads trips to sacred sites around the world. And, she is amazingly down-to-earth, compassionate and intelligent.

In our conversation I discovered that Patricia Cori has been a tarot reader for many years. Unlike many recent deck creators, tarot is not a band-wagon on which she is jumping to find a new audience. Tarot is a life-long passion for Patricia, and that passion is evident in The Sirian Starseed Tarot.

Sirian Starseed Tarot is oversized. Patricia knows this makes it a little harder to handle, but she wanted us to be able to really enter each card and experience it in meditation, as well as in divination.

Patricia worked side-by-side with the artist, Alysa Bartha, to create the deck, but she also worked with the Sirian High Council. She channeled information from them, related it to Alysa, and together they birthed the deck.

Patricia described to me times that unintentional images simply appeared in the cards; images that were appropriate and meaningful.

The cards themselves include photos from sacred sites around the world. As I said earlier, I usually don't like photography decks, but in this deck the photos work so well that all my brain registers is beautiful spiritual art.

The coloring is vibrant, with a lot of starlight in the purple-hued night skies.

To really understand this deck one must understand the concept of "Starseed." Starseed are souls who have been planted here on Earth by those who exist in higher dimensions and other star systems. Starseed have been placed here to serve Earth in our process of spiritual evolution. To me, the concept seems similar to that of the bodhisattva in Buddhism.

Those who are Starseed may not have an inherent knowledge of being Starseed. They may be psychic and spiritual. As Patricia says, they may feel not quite at home on Earth, and may have an inner longing to return to their home in the stars. They may remember past lives in Atlantis, the Mayalands or Egypt.

Many of the Major Arcana cards are renamed, as are the Minor Arcana suits. The renaming reflects the Starseed theme of the deck. The Fool is "Starseed," and the Magician is "Indigo", for instance.

The changes also reflect Patricia's desire that the deck be less hierarchical and less patriarchal. The Empress is "Abundance" and the Emperor is "Reason," describing the female/male energy without the gender references.

As a product of medieval Italy, tarot is admittedly sexist and classist. Many decks have been created over the years to reflect more inclusive values. I happily count the Sirian Starseed Tarot as one of those more balanced decks.

The Minor Arcana suit names are Crystals, Chalices, Orbs and Flames. The only one I didn't immediately resonate with was Orbs for the Air suit. I asked Patricia about this, and was completely satisfied with her answer.

First, Patricia said, she wanted to get away from the aggressive masculine concept of Air and Fire. So, instead of Swords and Wands she called them Orbs and Flames. The Air element is about thought and communication; Patricia used Orbs since that is a way Spirit communicates with us, especially in photography. And, Patricia specifically receives her messages from the Sirian High Council in orb-like "thought bubbles."

Patricia Cori is a Rider-Waite-Smith tarot reader, and her deck reflects Waite tradition quite nicely. The card backs are not reversible as they bear the triangular symbol of the Sirian High Council. Reversed meanings are not given in the accompanying booklet, but I am sure the reader could chose to honor reversals if desired.

The booklet itself is well-written, but does not fully explain each card in the detail I would have appreciated. Patricia told me she is considering writing a full-sized book for the deck. I think this would be a very worth-while project.

One of the things I like about the images of Starseed Tarot is that they are evocative without ever being gruesome. Even the most timid client would not find any words or images frightening.

That Patricia Cori understands tarot as an archetypal journey and a tool of tarot and meditation, as well as a tool of divination, gives the deck and booklet a lot of depth. Some of the images are deceptively simple, but if you spend some time with each image you will find the images evoke meaning and feeling quite easily.

The Sirian Starseed Tarot is not a deck to be taken lightly. It is more visually understandable than Tarot of Transformation, and more traditional in its images than the Doreen Virtue Angel Tarot. For me, its vibe is somewhat similar to both those decks.

The Sirian Starseed Tarot will be a good fit for a great number of readers, both beginner and advanced. I particularly recommend it to those who want a more spiritual deck and to those who want a more inclusive deck. Of course, I recommend the Sirian Starseed Tarot to those who look to the stars in the night sky and long to return home, and to those who hear a calling to bring the message of the star people to the planet Earth.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 The Starseed within us speaks in the wisdom of tarot 26 septembre 2012
Par Misajidamoo - Publié sur
Format: Cartes
I had the pleasure of using a hand drawn deck of cards from the 1640's in the 1970's, nothing since then has seemed extraordinary, until now; this tarot deck, the Sirian Starseed Tarot, is a 10 star for its quality of construction, depth of content, and the art work which is kinetic in its ability to produce stellar visions. from the moment I picked it up, the deck seemed to vibrate within my hands as a greeting, and then upon viewing them I felt a wonderful connection bridging the gap between the stars and in particular the Sirian constellation, to my heart chakra. This deck is vibrant and alive, and should well define our deeper perceptions as we merge into this age of finer interactions between our higher selves, sharing our responsibilities to life with good teachings and our universal connections through the Sirian counsel. This is the map to study for self edification and acquiring higher knowledge from universal connection; and in counseling of others the starseed Tarot deck should prove invaluable as the tool of choice. Ten stars.
32 internautes sur 32 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
4.0 étoiles sur 5 Lovely large deck 21 décembre 2012
Par Crystal - Publié sur
Format: Cartes Achat vérifié
I uploaded some images, sorry I'm not the best photographer so I hope I did some justice to this deck. There is also a helpful video review and Patricia Cori also speaks about her deck at YouTube. I tried to include samples of each minor arcana suits and some of the major arcana cards. The deck is large sized and the stock has a glossy coating. Some may not care for the size and it appeared to me like it might even be larger than the traditional Thoth deck. It was bit much for my small hands to handle, but the large format also complements the pictures and cosmic theme of the deck. Another thing potential purchasers should be aware of is the seal on the back makes it obvious whether the card is reversed. I prefer card backs that do not allow the user to know whether the card is reversed or upright. You'll have to flex the cards to release them as the glossy coating made them stick together. The images are digital and some are collage-like with a cosmic multi-cultural spiritual feel. The minor arcana suits are crystals (pentacles), chalices (cups), orbs (swords), and flames (wands). The court/pip cards are masters (kings), sages (queens), adepts (knights), and seekers (pages). The court cards are such that they could represent people or they could represent a personal journey toward mastery of that suit. Cori does not offer the detailed descriptions and potential interpretation for each court card, but direction as to what they could represent in the reading so you can interpret the card in light of the journey.

Patricia Cori has put a lot of thought into this re-envisioned deck. The traditional decks seemed more geared toward divining actual events, people and psychological states. This deck can be used in that way, but Cori has obviously designed it to help people on their spiritual paths. For example instead of saying, the 3 of swords means a breakup or heartache is coming, Cori starts with a description and explanation of the card image and then poses several questions to help the reader or seeker think about how the card reflects their journey. A sample question for thought for the 3 swords is, "What core beliefs or convictions have to be let go of, in order to allow the possibility of a whole new paradigm to come forward?"

Cards that perhaps made people uneasy in the traditional decks like Death, The Devil, and the 3, 10 and 9 of swords have been re-imagined. This doesn't mean the deck is all fairies and lightness. There is darkness in the deck too, but it is darkness tempered with the promise of relief if the user assesses the situation and him/herself honestly. I find the deck is well balanced in that respect, neither too harsh nor filled with forced positive thinking. Death is Transition and the picture shows a woman's spirit flowing out of her body into a tunnel of light. Very peaceful and beautiful. If you use reversals, Cori's advice is quite simple and straightforward. She suggests the energy is not in full bloom, the key is still not manifesting and it is going to take a bit longer to come to full power, there is something blocking the energy, but also advises the user to find their own "measure" and trust it.

As I have just received the deck, I have mostly been enjoying the images and reading the accompanying small approximately 85 page booklet that comes with it. So far I have only done one reading for myself and the cards were accurate for me. The booklet is the same size as the cards and stores in the box. I prefer this to the set where the book is separate and larger than the cards/box. I also prefer the 2 part pull apart box design which is sturdy instead of the flimsier type with the flap. A friend also ordered this deck and I am sure we are going to enjoy our decks.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 It's in the cards! 25 septembre 2012
Par Sweetlise - Publié sur
Format: Cartes
An excellent and modern approach to an age old tradition. As we evolve as a species and gain more knowledge of our true nature, it's important for our spiritual tools to evolve with us. The Sirian Starseed Tarot does just that! While maintaining the core integrity of the original arcana, Patricia and Alysa have managed to infuse their own brilliant and intuitive wisdom into this deck. Truly a Mastertool for anyone wishing to tap into the wisdom of the ancients and higher consciousness' as well as receive guidance from the loving hand of creation. Bravo!
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 Seekers Take Note 20 novembre 2012
Par Amanda Hilbrecht - Publié sur
Format: Cartes
It has been a very interesting week, well two weeks, for me with The Sirian Starseed Tarot by Patricia Cori and Alysa Bartha, published by North Atlantic Books. It ended up being two weeks because I hit some Resistance, with a capital "R" (a concept I believe I have to credit to Steven Pressfield Do the Work, whose books I read to pump me up every now and then) and the recovery from surgery gave me a nice, neat excuse to "take it easy" though if I am really honest with myself I wasn't that unwell, but I was being challenged by this deck.

The first thing I will say about the Sirian Starseed Tarot is that it is fully usable as a tarot deck regardless of your beliefs, but if you are going to partake of the accompanying book by Patricia Cori you will be expected to accept, or at least be open to, the notion that some of us on Earth are "Starseeds", sent from something called "The Sirian High Council" to live a life here, learn lessons, have experiences, and gather information to return with. I have to be honest and say this is a pretty "far out" idea for me, or at least it was as I began using this deck, but its' beauty and gentleness, along with it closely following tarot structure, drew me in, and I am always open to new ideas.

The Sirian Starseed Tarot is a deck that always reads at the highest possible vibration of the cards, and the suits are in fact named to reflect the highest vibration of each Element; fiery Wands become Flames, watery Cups become Chalices, airy Swords are Orbs, and earthy Pentacles are expressed as Crystals. Each suit contains Ace-Ten, and four court cards who are Seeker, Adept, Sage, and Master, replacing Page, Knight, Queen and King. The entire deck is beautifully illustrated by Alysa Barth, who was at times surprised to see faces and orb-like abstractions in her work which she did not place there. The creators believe that they were placed there by Guides and The Sirian High Council, so that the deck would best reflect the messages they wished to convey to the users of the deck. The backs are non reversible, but they are not meant to be reversed, with The Sirian High Council's symbol, according to Patricia Cori, who has written several books on this subject.

The suit of Flames, in the middle cards, could have been a little more exciting, as a few of them resemble pip cards, with the corresponding number of Flames and little else that drew my eye, but your experience may vary, or maybe my eye was not meant to be draw to anything, and I did not pull any of these cards in my work with the deck. If I had, my experience may have been different.

The Major Arcana contain 22 Trumps, which basically follow traditional tarot structure, but many have been renamed. It is actually easier to tell you that the Majors that stay unnamed are The Lovers, The Chariot, Strength, and The Tower. You will find Strength at Trump VIII and what has been renamed Divine Justice at Trump XI.

Particular favorite twists on imagery for me were The Shadow, which is Trump XV, The Devil, and Solar Deity, Trump XX, The Sun. While Reflection, Trump IX, closely follows Wait Smith tradition for The Hermit, I did find it beautifully wrought.

The cards are quite large, 4 inches by 6 inches, and glossy, with small white borders. All the cards are fully illustrated in a photo collage, digital style that will appeal to some, not as much to others. I happen to think they are beautiful! They come in a sturdy lift off box which holds the cards and book perfectly, and will keep them safe and well protected. I do not riffle shuffle, but I do not imagine these cards will do so easily. I hand over hand shuffle, and at times used a fanning methods to pick cards that seemed energetic to me.

I believe this is a good deck for anyone who believes in this system of The Sirian High Council, or who is at least curious about it. There is no violence and very little nudity, which I believe is limited to a nipple peeking out in the Two of Orbs (Swords), so the images are appropriate for most audiences. I used it for both deep, spiritual questions, and every day mundane things, and it answered both with equal aplomb. While it did read at a very positive level, it also tackled shadow issues for me, and made me think deeply. I do not recommend it as a first tarot deck, unless ones' only interest in tarot is relating it to Sirian Revelations, or if the student intends to use it in conjunction with a Waite Smith deck to learn. The symbolism is there, if you know what to look for, and purely intuitive readers should find many things to read with ease. I do not think people who are married to any kind of tradition will love this deck, but those people will know what they like and where to find it.

I attended a webinar hosted by North Atlantic Books and Patrica Cori on the deck, and she said (I paraphrase) that anyone who is drawn to the deck is a Starseed and should explore that as part of their spiritual practice. Well, I am drawn to the deck, but whether or not I am a Starseed I do not yet know. This deck, while always reading at a gentle yet insistent level for me, raised many questions for me that I am now on a quest to have answered, and that in itself is a lot to ask of any deck, so I think it has been a worthy investment of time and resources to use this deck. I have ordered The Cosmos of Soul: A Wake-Up Call For Humanity (Sirian Revelations) by Patricia Cori, the first in a trilogy, proof my curiosity has been peaked. I have no doubt there is possibility, but I am still seeking, and that is just all right with me.
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