Tarot Decks

Mystical Manga Tarot Deck by Barbara Moore

Visually, the Mystical Manga Tarot sets out to captures the style and spirit of Japanese graphic novels. Illustrated by Rann and with commentary by tarot expert Barbara Moore this boxed-set includes a standard set of seventy-eight tarot cards and accompanying instruction manual. The Cards The Mystical Manga Tarot cards areContinue Reading

Animal Totem Tarot Deck by Leeza Robertson

The traditional Tarot is a flexible divination system – one that can encompass a wide range of occult traditions and esoteric associations. One field of spirituality that has been gaining particular interest and a strengthening following over the past few decades has been that of Shamanism. Whilst the world becomesContinue Reading

Llewellyn's Classic Tarot Deck by Barbara Moore

The Rider-Waite Tarot deck is still one of the most popular Tarot decks, despite the fact that it was first published in 1910. Originally developed and designed by academic and mystic A. E. Waite (1857-1942), he commissioned London artist Pamela Coleman Smith (1878 -1951) to provide the cards’ artwork. ReferencingContinue Reading

Sacred Circle Tarot Deck by Anna Franklin

From its very earliest appearance as a 16th century game of divination, the Tarot has drawn its symbolism from a well of universal themes and archetypes. So it is by no means heretical to place an additional, or contemporary, theme around the cards. This is exactly the approach that AnneContinue Reading

Mystical Cats Tarot by Lunaea Weatherstone

The Mystical Cats Tarot is a boxed-set, comprising of a 78-card deck (designed by Lunaea Weatherstone) accompanied by a large-format, 200-page explanatory book.The deck is based upon the standard Major Arcana, Minor Arcana and Court Cards with unique artwork by artist Mickie Mueller. The Cards The cards are a fairlyContinue Reading

I used the cards for a period in a variety of different ways. In the following review, I share my thoughts and impressions. First Impressions The Wizards’ Tarot is attractively packaged in a top-opening box, which, in addition to the standard 78 Tarot cards, contains a small accompanying booklet. TheContinue Reading