Anima Mundi Tarot


A beautiful, fine-art tarot inspired by natural biodiversity.

Third edition.

Back in stock late September. Back-ordering now reserves your copy from our next batch, which will ship as soon as our decks arrive. Thanks for your patience!

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In this beautiful nature-based deck, painter Megan Wyreweden draws inspiration from the biodiversity of planet earth – plants, landscapes, insects, birds and animals – to create a unique, fine-art tarot. “Anima Mundi” is a Latin term which loosely translates to “the world’s soul.” Originally coined by Plato, it is the belief that all living things on this planet are connected as a single spiritual entity.

Each card design was hand painted in acrylics in 2017, on a small tarot-sized piece of canvas board.

The cards measure 2.75 x 4.75″ (70 x 120mm), and are printed on high-quality 350gsm matte cardstock with a linen finish, and gilded on the edges with gold foil. They come housed in a sturdy two-part box with matte laminate finish. There is an accompanying 53-page guidebook for each deck, with an intro to tarot readings, individual card meanings, and suggested tarot spreads.


  • Full 78-card tarot deck following the traditional structure. Cards measure 2.75 x 4.75″ 350gsm matte cardstock with a linen finish and gold gilded edges.
  • 53-page guidebook with card interpretations, introductory notes and spreads.
  • Presented in a beautiful, sturdy keepsake box.

Third edition. Compared with previous editions, this edition features slightly thinner borders, fully reversible backs, slightly different box design, and blood removed from 10 of Swords.



  1. Sergi

    An interesting clone on the wild unknown)

  2. Anninyn

    A friend and I went in on the kickstarter of this deck together. It’s a beautiful deck and the use of animals and plants reduces issues of gender essentialism, heteronormativity, and racial bias. Each of the cards started life as an original painting and even in the reprinting of those images you get a feel and a sense of the depth and texture of physical art. I love reading this for personal readings,

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