Creator(s): Julie Cuccia-Watts
Number of Cards: 22
Reference: Encyclopedia of Tarot, vol. IV, pp. 248, 249
The Blue Moon Tarot started as a moon calendar project in 1999 that Julie Cuccia-Watts was
commissioned to do by Janet Berres and Ron Losczyk of the Light of the
Moon occult bookstore. What evolved was a Pagan calendar based
on the twelve full moons of the year and the thirteenth full moon, the
In 2000 the images were published as the first edition of the Blue Moon Tarot. That edition was printed on a laser printer and hand cut and glued to a sturdy cardstock. Mine is from the second edition in 2004, which was printed by a commercial printer. The backs are blank. The second edition has rounded corners (the first had square corners).
This is a signed and numbered edition of 1000 decks. The cards came without a box and with a LWB. At the end of the book is the Blue Moon Tarot System Guide. This is a
graphic, done in mandala format, that shows the relationship of the
cards to the seasons and to the zodiac.