No that long ago I did a review of this uniquely beautiful deck, it can be found here. This new edition looks more than promising and I am certain it will remain as hauntingly enduring as the first.
I received this deck around two months ago, and have read and studied the book carefully while using the deck exclusively on a daily basis. I like to involve myself with the decks I invest in, and I like to keep my collection small. I found this deck after listening to an interview by one … More LXXXI The Magician’s Deck: A Review
From a book by Susanna Clarke, which I have not read nor heard of till now, comes this BBC mini series. It was mentioned somewhere in an article on faeries in tradition and history. It’s on Netflix, and it is great. All about English Magic, not the stuffy convoluted armchair magic. Conjuring spirits in trance, … More From a book to a BBC show.
I start off by saying that I received this deck unexpectedly. In the site darktarot.com you can find two free printable decks, this one and another black and white deck. Furthermore, at the site there is a trove of resources for tarot learning and history. Onto the review… Firstly, the card stock is nice and … More Dark Tarot Deck Review
Hello, I decided to do a deck review with Le Tarot Noir by Matthieu Hackiere. I have had this deck for a couple months now and I have used it quite frequently. I have to start off by saying it is a Marseille style deck, therefore the pips are not illustrated. I know there are … More Le Tarot Noir, a review
A book review. I have mentioned on here previously that I was reading Camelia Elias’s book Marseille Tarot: Towards the Art of Reading, published by Eyecorner Press. I recently finished the book and found it so refreshing, and just incredibly amazing that I want to share a little review of it in this space. The … More Towards the Art of Reading with Camelia Elias
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It begins around 25:11 when one of my favorite YouTube personalities Kelly-Ann Maddox talks about #TarotsoWhite and the “overwhelming lack of racial diversity in tarot and oracle decks.” Maddox covers it all. She acknowledges white privilege, too much whiteness in the human depictions on tarot decks, disappointment in the fetishization of…
Firstly, I want to share and in a way verbalize my thoughts about certain aspects of tarot spurred after watching Kelly-Ann Maddox’s new video. I want to talk about the tarot in relation to color politics and dynamics, or better said in relation to people of color. Essentially, in its core or heart, tarot transcends … More On Tarot Aesthetics
It seems I have been getting more decks than I have been reading lately… A little bit of both is true. Today I finally caved and purchased a Marseille deck by Fournier. I have been wanting a Marseille deck for a while. I have recently found myself craving a more intuitive read, by intuitive I … More New purchases
I’ve been feeling restless, a new month has begun, change is in the air and there is so much work to do, foundation to lay. This month I begin the preparation for our big move to another state way over on the west side, a huge change for us as a family. We are forging … More Changes along with a new deck