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Recently, Siolo Thompson and I got together to talk about creating her Linestrider deck, which was published by Llewellyn Worldwide in May 2016.
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.
The Welcome to Night Vale Tarot is a smartly-designed deck; Holloway combines tarot symbolism and Night Vale characters and themes to show a nuanced understanding of both.
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.
Animal Messengers may be a useful resource for anyone interested in wildlife and symbol and synchronicity. Its entries are meant to prompt personal inquiry and self-realization.
The Pagan Ways Tarot is a wonderful and rich source of knowledge for the Pagan tarot reader.
The Silver Witchcraft Tarot focuses on the cycle of the year and feminine energies, drawing on traditional Rider-Waite-Smith and Pagan imagery.
The Gorgon's Tarot is a beautiful deck, rich with symbolism, and sure to become a new favourite.
While it recognizes earlier meanings, Holistic Tarot moves beyond familiar designations for cards and spreads, providing clearer interpretations.
Tarot cards have an amazing power to evoke a personal response, but this seems particularly true with the 8 of Swords.
Anthony Louis brings to us an enriching and thorough examination of modern tarot.