The Jack of Hearts features an LSD motif, a substance that fuelled the new age movement of the 1960s.
The Jack of Clubs features magic mushroom motifs – used in ritual by ancient cultures all over the world.
The Jack of Diamonds references the peyote cactus, notably used in ceremony by the native indigenous cultures of North America.
The Jack of Spades makes reference to the mother plant ayahuasca used by shamans in the Amazon Rainforest.
The Queen of Hearts represents the confrontation of the self. She holds an eye in one hand and a snake in the other, symbolising the struggle of her spiritual awakening and keeping her negative past self and behaviours at bay.
The Queen of Clubs represents self awareness. She is aware of her own mortality staring back through her mirror. She is receptive to the truth and wisdom of the universe symbolised by the book she clutches close to her chest.
The Queen of Diamonds makes reference to the song, Lucy in the Sky With Diamonds by the Beatles. She proudly brandishes a girl’s best friend – diamonds. She represents the ego’s gravitation to the material world.
The Queen of Spades represents the suppression of the self. Featuring the broken mirror – a broken state of mind. She sinks into a lower state of consciousness.
The King of Hearts reaches within the chasms of himself and brings his heart forward. A symbol of vulnerability. He represents all those who put their heart on the line and work on themselves.
The King of Clubs is a nod to the original Psychonaut, Terrence McKenna. The first true modern navigator of the spirit world. The King of Clubs carries his likeness.
The King of Diamonds is a reference to the guru Osho. This crazy king reflects the madness that often followed Osho throughout his life. A spiritual leader of extreme wealth and prosperity. Members of his commune were often armed.
The King of Spades is a tribute to one of our favourite spiritual teachers of the 20th century. Alan Watts’ philosophical messages are still pertinent today and common in self development circles.
The Joker and the Thief. Our signature set of Jokers. A recurring motif of our playing cards is to substitute one of two jokers for a Joker card and a Thief card.