What Problem Do You Want to Solve?

It may be because I have less time at the moment to spend with the cards, or that in my old age I’m becoming less covetous.  It also helps that as I only posted three cards last week, I have some leeway in the ‘fair use’ understanding of using copyrighted images.  Whatever, for this week Continue reading »

Warning: Googly-Eyed Creature Alert!

Sometimes people complain about ‘cute animal decks’, or any kind of themed deck.  However, themed does not necessarily equal superficial or unreadable.  For example, the Tarot of the Magical Forest (Lo Scarabeo, 2008) has plenty of depth, symbolism and interest, and is very readable. On the down side, it is one of Lo Scarabeo’s old-style Continue reading »

Tarot of the Old Path Overview + Giveaway Results

The Tarot of the Old Path (AGMüller, 1990) has the distinction of being one of the earlier pagan-themed tarots.  And the book that accompanies it is full of useful information.  That being said, I cannot find a great deal of warmth in myself towards it. There are some absolutely beautiful cards in this deck, and Continue reading »