Not really a Tarot deck, more of an oracle, but an interesting deck. Published by Llewellyn in 2003, there are 5 suits, plus wild cards, and then other suits within the 5 suits. A mixture of alchemy, astrology, numerology, and gemstones appear on the cards. Raymond Buckland was an interesting personality within the wiccan world having born in London and joined Gerald Gardner’s coven and the Gardnerian movement. Raymond is said to be the one that introduced the lineage to the USA and then went onto create his own Seax-Wicca based on Anglo-Saxon imagery. By the mid 1970’s he was a full-time writer as well a running a witchcraft museum. Buckland died in 2017 and certainly can be credited a one of the main exponents of wicca in the 70’s and 80’s. His witchcraft museum is still going . https://bucklandmuseum.org
from the Publisher
Cards of Alchemy is a remarkable tool for aiding your transformational process. Through the use of colourful symbols from ancient alchemical texts, the cards show you the steps and stages of your spiritual development. Like the great myths, these symbols speak to your subconscious in such a way that you are able to arrive at your own personal truths. It is a system for generating thought, presenting new ways to look at old problems.