About the decks

The Prisma Visions Tarot is a full 79 card tarot deck with an accompanying 100 page guidebook  by James R. Eads. The Prisma Visions Tarot is modeled after it's predecessor, The Light Visions Tarot. Both The Prisma Visions Tarot and Light Visions Tarot are highly imaginative works of art that follow classic tarot symbolism with a fresh modern approach. The art in each deck is more or less the same, the Light Visions deck is two-toned, more simplified and has a classic old tarot feeling. Prisma Visions followed afterwards and is reimagined in full color.

The Visions Tarot are two timeless decks that take cues from impressionistic surreal styles of the past, enchanting imagery of the present and clairvoyant visions of the future.

The decks are a unique and whimsical play on the classic tarot deck and features hand-drawn highly detailed cards. Despite the small frame of the cards, each was executed on such a large scale that the cards have developed into individual works of art. Both decks combine borderless and bordered cards into one cohesive and enchanting work of art. The Major Arcana cards are with borders, which highlight the importance and weight of of each. The Minor Arcana cards are borderless and because of their panoramic story like design the flow beautifully together. All 79 cards in the deck share the same back. 


The Major Arcana is comprised of 22 cards that represent the core archetypes of human nature. When these cards show up in a reading they carry a greater weight. Because of their significance, the 22 major cards have elegant borders. Along with the 22 major cards is a bonus card, "Strawberries". This is not a traditional tarot card and many readers may choose to remove this from the deck. But maybe we all need a little extra burst of flavor now and then..


The Minor Arcana is comprised of 56 cards split up into four different suits: Wands, Chalices, Swords and Pentacles. Each suit is said to have specific ties to the four elements (Fire, Water, Air and Earth) as well as the four seasons. Both of these aspects can be seen in the Prisma Visions tarot, as well as other hidden meanings. Each of the four suits have been illustrated as continuous narratives which means when all 14 cards are lined up they form a complete panoramic image. 


The suit of wands is coated in a very powerful magic. Ruled by the element of fire, these cards hold a primal energy and are connected to spirituality, creativity and ambition. 


A story of the heart. Ruled by the element of water, these cards explore passion, love, friendship, creativity and imagination. 


Be leery of the Song of Swords, it's weight can be dangerous.  Ruled by the element of air, these cards explore power, change, ambition, courage and battle (of the mind, heart and body). 


Ruled by the element of earth, these cards explore hard work, currency, poverty, prosperity and material possessions.