A Subtle Play of Light and Dark: The Lumina Tarot

The Lumina Tarot (Inner Hue, 2015) is often compared with the Wild Unknown Tarot (Kim Krans, 2012).  Certainly, they both make good use of black and white images with splashes or explosions of colour.  And both have semi-illustrated Minors, and a lot of animals prominent in the cards.  To see the entire deck, check out 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 »

Robin Wood Tarot Overview

The Robin Wood Tarot (Llewellyn, 1991) has been in print continuously for nearly twenty five years now, a testament to its enduring charms.  It was an early pagan-themed tarot deck, removing much of the Christian symbolism found in the Rider Waite Smith, and replacing it with more nature-based imagery.  It is quite “caucasian”, and rather Continue reading »