Black-and-white tarot published in 1974. In his 'Encyclopedia of Tarot,' vol. I, p. 267, Stuart Kaplan writes: 'The imagery was drawn by Horler, using a combination of modern, traditional, Egyptian, Tahitian, religious and mythological influences. The pictures reflect the archetypes of many ancient myths popularized by such authors as Joseph Campbell and Robert Graves. Gestalt principles of unified configurations are illustrated throughout the cards.' 78 cards, with fully-illustrated pips.