1983 tarot published in a limited edition of 2,000 numbered and 50 unnumbered copies. This deck is listed in Stuart Kaplan's Encyclopedia of Tarot, vol. III, pp. 379, 383. According to Kaplan, 'The colorful cards have a surrealistic style and fluid imagery, although the artist disavows the surrealistic philosophy. To Mourouz, letting free the subconscious, as the surrealistic endeavored to do, represents the least effort, the least risk. Mourouzi calls his inspiration the surconscient, superior conscious, the guide that leads him to intuitive knowledge.'