Lounging naked on a beach as a Tower moment? Come on, Tarot of Delphi!

There is no doubt that the Tarot of Delphi (J.D. Hildegard Hinkel, 2014) is beautiful.  The card stock is firm and fairly thick, without being overly glossy or unmanageable.  The backs are black, with an orange, organic pattern to them, and a border with leaves in the corners.  I’d have preferred a dark, chocolate back, Continue reading »

Dark Goddess Tarot Reading

Once again, I’ll be using a coaching-inspired spread this week, drawing from Ellen Lorenzi-Prince’s Dark Goddess Tarot (Arnell Art, 2013).  The acronym this time is QUEST: What is my QUEST? – Hag (King) of Water (Cups) – Ran The booklet tells us that Ran is a Norse Goddess of the Drowned.  The little catchphrase for Continue reading »

Fountain Tarot Overview

In describing the Fountain Tarot (self-published, 2015) the first thing that presents itself is the packaging.  The box is sturdy, with a magnetic lock, and sparkly, holographic-style lettering.  This matches the luxurious feel of the silver edges on the cards, and the nice little companion booklet that lifts out with the aid of a silver Continue reading »

Waking the Wild Spirit Tarot Overview

The Waking the Wild Spirit Tarot by Poppy Palin (Llewellyn, 2002) is amazingly vibrant and playful.  It is peopled by fae creatures with pointed ears, and a wealth of natural elements and creatures.  The artwork is very colourful, as are the borders (not so keen on the latter). The Majors have all been renamed, and Continue reading »