It is tempting, but we have a strict non-association policy with all religions.
Thank you for the collection of interesting notes regarding this. We are still (at this time) not planning on creating a deck, but a lot of intriguing commentary stemmed from our comment about religion(s) and lack therein.
To collectively answer and expand:
We have a strict policy against delving into religions (hold your horses before you comment again), political leanings of any kind, fraternities and sororities we do not belong to, cultures we do not have intimate and firsthand knowledge of… etc.
There are symbols, talismans, icons, totems, relics, etc. that are an integral part of specific religions — core objects of power, structure, belief — via tradition of the core group because it was developed during the development of said religion.
There are other items that have become tied to a plethora of belief systems and structures, but do not “belong” to any one in particular. In some contexts they are religions talismans, while in others they are purely secular.
We feel tarot decks belong to the latter.
We do not have anyone on staff who could withstand a fire-test on the appropriate design, creation, manufacture, packaging, distribution, and customer inquiries for them in the full context in which they exist in the world. We will not create anything we cannot answer to.
"But tarot decks aren’t religious" (a common comment)
In our experience, there are times when they are. To some folk, to some experiences, they are. Your direct experiences will vary, and we respect that.
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