A review of the Mystical Cats Tarot deck and book set by Lunea Weatherstone. Complete with a new Tarot spread and a deck interview.
Review of Lo Scarabeo’s Dark Fairytale Tarot with artwork by Raffaele De Angelis. Includes a Tarot Deck Interview.
I first stumbled across the visually appealing Daemon Tarot on tumblr and decided I had to have it, not knowing if I would be able to divine with it or not. This is not a Tarot deck at all, by the way, as the guide book clearly states. It’s a 69 card oracle – each card depicting a demon/daemon. After …
A review of the visually stunning Chrystalis Tarot deck by Toney Brooks and Holly Sierra. Includes a Tarot deck interview.
My Tarot deck interview with the Tarot of the Hidden realm with artwork by Julia Jeffrey. Find out what the guardian of the deck has to say…
An interview with the Gypsy Palace Tarot by Nora Huszka and a sample reading with the Caravan Tarot spread.
“But it is one thing to read about dragons and another to meet them.”
― Ursula K. Le Guin
As someone who has been awakened by the very intense gaze of a dragon in the middle of the night, I can only concur with Ms Le Guin. Dragons are real and if you are at least bit magickal, you have a good chance of meeting one.
It’s not often I lay the cards out for a deck interview and realise that they spell love at first sight but that is exactly what happened when I did the deck interview with the Tarot Illuminati. So I really don’t want to waste any time talking about this deck but would much rather let it speak for itself. You …
A deck interview with the figure eight shaped Infinity Tarot deck. The Devil card doubles as a mask which I find appealing for some reason…. hmmmm….
The Pictorial Key Tarot deck by Lo Scarabeo caught my eye quite a while back. Being a fan of most brightly coloured Rider Waite clones (yes, I’m easily pleased!), I’ve been wanting a copy for quite a while but found myself putting off getting this deck in favour of others that seemed more alluring at the time.