Subtitled "Keys of Secret Societies", Duhamel and Greyverstein's Illuminati Tarot blends the discipline's history -- in all its grand and often controversial glory -- into the card's symbolism, thus making it arguably the most self-referential deck to date. In the accompanying guidebook, Duhamel pulls no punches, covering the erroneous with the factual, the sordid with the sublime. Many of the cards feature prominent figures from the tomes of theological teachings, occult sciences, and tarot's past, ranging from Jesus to Joan of Arc to Jean Cocteau. The pip cards are not full illustrated, but are arranged and decorated much in the manner of those found in the Golden Dawn Tarot. The court cards are titled Novice (Page), Initiate (Knight), Adept (Queen), and Mage (King).