My blog buddy Debby asked me what the English Magic Tarot cards looked like....
As many of you know, I reviewed a zombie tarot recently. I really like the idea of presenting tarot in different ways and the Book of Shadows Tarot certainly is different. Presentation of the twin Tarot decks: Book of Shadows Tarot, volume I and volume II: "As Above, So Below". The new masterpiece of Barbara... Continue Reading →
Last week an interesting set of Tarot cards were published by Hay House. I marveled at the description as being ... the first deck of tarot cards that is 100 percent gentle, safe, and trustworthy! I'm not sure what that means. I almost sounds like something from a dish-washing detergent. From what little I have seen... Continue Reading →
The Zombie Tarot: An Oracle of the Undead with Deck and Instructions By Paul Kepple and Stacey Graham Publisher: Quirk Books; Cards edition (June 5, 2012) Language: English ISBN-10: 1594745692 ISBN-13: 978-1594745690 Product description: You’ve never seen tarot cards quite like these. Imagine the celebrated “Rider Deck” infused with the horrors of Night of the... Continue Reading →
About this time last year, I posted about an artist who was marketing a set of steampunk tarot cards on her small Etsy shop. This time I want to draw your attention to a set of steampunk Tarot cards from the folks at Llewellyn. The deck was created by Barbara Moore (link) and Aly Fell.... Continue Reading →