L'oracle de l'ultime verite "Last Units"
It consists of a pack of 43 letters plus guide with instructions in French language.
At twenty, Jaap de Boer is interested in tarology, first with the classic "Tarot de Marseille", which uses only the main blades, then the "Indira", which corresponds to him best and works in parallel.
However, these two games do not suit him, so he creates his own: "The oracle of ultimate truth", composed of 43 letters, a synthesis of the two tarots he illustrates, inspired by the style of The Pre-Raphaelites, as Dante Gabriel Rossetti, Burne Jones or Alma-Tadema.
This tarot was born of influences from the Victorian era, when characters like Aleister Crowley, Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, Anna Kingsford or the poet Yeats claimed another approach to religions by esotericism and spiritualism.
Author: Jaap de Boer
Number of Cards: 43
Guide with instructions.
Stock: Latest Units.
The graphic images are a sample of the original letters and may show some variation in the tone or color of the originals.