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Tarot Experience is a different type of tarot book. It is not about the cards so much as it is about the reader, the querent, and the people who use the cards.
With Tarot Illuminati, Erik C. Dunne and Kim Huggens have combined elements of both Thoth and the RWS to form a deck that is accessible and easy to read.
Choosing a text to learn tarot from can be difficult when there is so much out there. Faced with multiple books, how will you make a choice?
Colouring is emerging as a favorite pastime and method for meditation, and Color Your Tarot provides you with a customized deck and a contemplative tool.
This is a beautiful set of runes made from a range of stones including: cherry quartz, white jade, hematite, watermelon crystal, and green aventurine.
Tarot Del Fuego by Ricardo Cavolo is a unique deck influenced by Mexican folk art and classic tattoo work that is surprisingly intuitive.
Paolo Barbieri is renowned for his fantasy paintings and illustrations. Those familiar with his work will recognize his depth and passion in the Barbieri Tarot.
The Victoria Frances Gothic Oracle is a dark deck, but it aims to use shadows to find the light, and to acknowledge negativity.
This deck isn’t called Happy Tarot just because of the cute art; everything about it has a focus on the positive, finding happiness, and having fun.
Both the Meta-Barons Tarot and traditional tarot use the arc of life lessons to structure card meanings.
Inspired by the 19th century art movement, The Impressionist Tarot lends itself to creative writing endeavours as well as various types of Tarot spreads.
The Silver Witchcraft Tarot focuses on the cycle of the year and feminine energies, drawing on traditional Rider-Waite-Smith and Pagan imagery.