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Before Tarot dials back the clock a minute or two, sometimes just a moment, before those familiar scenes in the Rider Tarot take place.
When used to explore the darker side of oneself, the Dark Mirror Oracle can bring meaning and focus to difficult personal work.
The Vice Versa Tarot is a cool deck, faithful to standard themes, but with additional detail to consider -- on both sides of the cards!
With the third and final volume, Tarot Compendium, edited by Sasha Graham, the comprehensive mega resource for all things tarot has been wrapped up.
The 15th century Tarocchi Sola Busca is both familiar and baffling. I became interested in this deck when I discovered Pamela Coleman Smith used it as inspiration for some of her minor arcana illustrations in the Rider-Waite-Smith (RWS) Tarot.
If you read tarot and have children in your life, chances are they are super curious about the cards.
I was intrigued by the Book of Shadows Tarot Complete Kit from Barbara Moore because it offered two separate tarot decks that could work as one.
The Barbieri Zodiac Oracle is a stunning treat for the eyes, suitable for both a beginner and a more advanced student of astrology.
Marseille Tarot is one of the oldest and most distinct tarot decks in existence. The unique art seems simple, but this deck style holds many mysteries.
There are a lot of really unique tarot decks out there that speak to many specific niches. Cat Tarot by Carole-Anne Eschenazi is one such deck.
The After Tarot is an interesting deck, and much can be gained from placing the Rider Tarot alongside the After Tarot, and drawing connections between them.
Zener Cards have a solid place in popular culture, they’re featured in many movies and books that tell stories of the paranormal.