Finally, a Jewish deck!

I received an email advertising the new King Solomon Cards—the first deck based on Jewish symbolism. This deck is created by Israeli metaphysical and kabalistic counselor, Itzhak Mizrahi, and Israeli artist, Orna Ben-Shoshan. To go to the King Solomon site in the original Hebrew, click here.

I have not found large-sized images of the cards online, but what a treat it has been to get lost in Orna Ben-Shoshan’s personal website, which includes images of her paintings, prints, and masks. Her work is wonderfully surreal, enchanting, and playful. How fun to adopt another favorite artist!

I have just written to find out whether or not the cards ship to the USA from the King Solomon Cards online store. I sure hope so. I’d love to have this deck. Today I was obsessively looking for places online where I can purchase a print or two as well! I came up with the Yessy art gallery.

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4 Responses to “Finally, a Jewish deck!”

  1. cathepsut Says:

    Thanks for posting all these link. Pretty interesting artist. I enjoyed surfing some of his work.

  2. David Alan Richards Says:

    $95 for 40 cards? Sheesh, that’s a little steep! Nice box, though.

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  4. ale Says:

    I would like to know how to do the King Solomon spread, I have seen a picture and the symbols but can’t find an explanation about the spread and what the card position represents, anyone know?

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