The original Thoth Deck is made of 80 cards. Out of these, 24 cards compose the Major Arcana, and 56 are the Minor Arcana. The deck follows the Crowley Thoth tradition, which means that the cards are entirely connected to the book; no other meaning should be given to the cards, aside from the reader’s additional intuitive thoughts.
The major titles of these cards are the same as the typical Rider Waite deck that is so popularly used by many readers: The Fool, The Priestess, The Empress, The Emperor, The Hierophant, The Lovers, The Chariot, The Devil, The Hanged Man, Death, The Tower, The Star, The Sun, The Moon, and the World are all included. Crowley Thoth rephrases some common cards as The Aeon, The Magnus, Adjustment, Art, Lust, and Fortune. The new meanings do not take away from the importance of the card. Re-naming is one of Crowley’s most well-known antics, as he liked to “re-brand” things to meet his personal philosophies.