A review of the Barbieri Tarot by Paolo Barbieri (Lo Scarabeo). Includes a video flip-through and a deck interview.
Review of the Spirit Within Tarot by Steven Bright, Schiffer Publishing / Red Feather. Complete with a 7-card Tarot deck interview.
My review of Llewellyn’s 2014 edition of Llewellyn’s Classic Tarot by Barbara Moore and with artwork by Eugene Smith. Earlier published on Seer Pathways.
My deck interview with the beautiful Tarot of Enchanted Dreams by Yasmeen Westwood. Includes a brand new deck interview spread.
The Visconti Sforza is the oldest known, nearly complete Tarot deck that has survived until today. Here is my review of Race Point’s version of it.
Review of the After Tarot by Lo Scarabeo. Includes a Tarot deck interview.
Review of the Victorian Fairy Tarot Deck and Book set published by Llewellyn. Deck interview, using the Fairy Ring Deck Interview 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.
A review of the Witches Tarot by Ellen Dugan, complete with a Tarot deck interview. This deck has some of the best Court Cards I have ever seen.
Ever now and then you come across a Tarot deck that makes you fall in love with the Tarot all over again. Ciro Marchetti‘s Gilded Tarot Royale is one such deck. The original Gilded Tarot was one of the first decks I bought for myself when my enchantment with the Rider Waite deck wore off. It was also one of the …
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