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The Tarot de la Nuit began when Alexandra V. Bach and Carole Anne Eschenazi created a universe where darkness revealed its beauty and purity.
Michael Orland Yaccarino offers tarot lovers a book exclusively focused on the process of self-reading in Heart Vision: Tarot’s Inner Path.
The Vice Versa Tarot is a cool deck, faithful to standard themes, but with additional detail to consider -- on both sides of the cards!
Andrew McGregor is a treasure to the occult community. He is the creator behind The Orisha Tarot, and the owner of The Hermit's Lamp.
The Celtic Tarot by Kristoffer Hughes and Chris Down draws upon a rich folklore replete with heroic and mysterious characters, quests, and magick.
I have complicated feelings about, The Satanic Tarot: Diabolical Adventures in Lesser Magic, both the deck and its accompanying book.
With the third and final volume, Tarot Compendium, edited by Sasha Graham, the comprehensive mega resource for all things tarot has been wrapped up.
Kitchen Table Tarot is for the beginner who wants to dip their toes in the tarot world for fun and personal study.
In magick we use our intuition a lot to make choices. But what if you have a hard time with it? These tips and tricks will help you build magical intuition.
Using oracle cards in conjunction with traditional tarot can add more depth and understanding to your readings for yourself and your clients!
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.
Jayne Wallace, founder of Psychic Sisters, has provided a great service to the tarot community with the release of her first deck The Angel Tarot. The deck feels charged with a powerful light energy that ignites a sense of calm and serenity deep within the soul.