Tarot Decks

Deck Reviews

Spiritsong Tarot by Paulina Cassidy

Spiritsong Tarot is a deck that seeks to unify two spiritual traditions. Designed and created by Canadian artist Pauline Cassidy its primary function is to explore the Shamanic world – one in which animals are seen as having an important function as inner plane guides. In fact, all of the animals featured in Spiritsong Tarot are said to have beenContinue Reading

The Linestrider Tarot by Siolo Thompson

The modern Tarot divination system has undergone some dramatic re-evaluations over the past couple of decades. Into this arena has arrived a new deck titled The Linestrider Tarot by artist Siolo Thompson. Described as being a bridge between magic and logic, the deck mainly calls upon typically Shamanistic elements such as power animals and underworld archetypes. It is also saidContinue Reading

Mystic Faerie Tarot Deck by Barbara Moore and Linda Ravenscroft

The faerie, fairy or fey kingdom has formed a part of Western magickal philosophy for many hundreds of years. These wee-folk often feature mainly in Celtic mythology and appear to only have a close affinity with the British Isles and the immediate surrounding areas. The fairy was popularised during the Victorian Era when it began to be featured in severalContinue Reading

Classic Tarot 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. Referencing his Freemasonary studies and as a member of the GoldenContinue Reading

Sacred Circle Tarot Deck by Anna Franklin and Paul Mason

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 Anne Franklin and Paul Mason have taken with the ‘Sacred CircleContinue 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 fairly standard 7cm x 12cm so they are a decent sizeContinue Reading

The Wizards' Tarot Deck by Corrine Kenner

The Wizards’ Tarot is a contemporary deck which, like so many that have gone before it, draws upon elements of the universally-popular Rider-Waite deck. 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,Continue Reading