Tarot deck reviews

Classic and modern tarot decks for beginners or tarot experts.
Tarot of the Divine

Tarot of the Divine

The idea of linking fairy-tale folklore and the Tarot is very interesting. These phenomena have a lot in common. Legends and fairy tales are the concentration of the wisdom of our ancestors. This is a collection of symbols and archetypes, ideas about the world, about good and evil. 

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The Field Tarot deck

The Field Tarot deck

The deck immediately immerses you in its space, the "field". This is a parallel reality in which Tarot images exist, but it is closely related to our feelings and events. The drawings seem simple, but each image is filled with bright textures and harmonious color combinations.

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Tarot of Mystical Moments

Tarot of Mystical Moments

These cards are fabulous and mysterious. They don't reveal their meaning right away. It takes time to think about their images, the sensations they evoke, and your own feelings. 

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Light Seer’s Tarot

Light Seer’s Tarot

The main concept of the deck is the opposition and interaction of light and darkness. Drawings are filled with sunlight and shadows. The characters on the cards are contemporary people with anxieties and joys that we understand. 

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Wildwood Tarot

Wildwood Tarot

A central theme of the Wildwood Tarot is the interconnection of humans with the wild, with animals, and with the calendar cycle. Each card in this deck is a stunning picture filled with herbal scents, rustle of leaves and field breeze.

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Modern Witch Tarot

Modern Witch Tarot

It is a mix of classic Tarot images with elements and symbols of the world around. Modern Witch Tarot is a deck for active women seeking to use their own inner strength and intuition.

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Everyday Witch Tarot

Everyday Witch Tarot

The Everyday Witch Tarot deck is filled with humor and optimism, but it is also a great tool for every Tarot practitioner. Card interpretations are based on the traditional Rider-Waite system. But at the same time, the images are easy to understand, especially for beginners. 

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White Numen: A Sacred Animal Tarot

White Numen: A Sacred Animal Tarot

Alba reinterpreted the traditional Arcana from the Rider-Waite deck. It is an amazing combination of Tarot classics, primal images, anthropology, modern aesthetics and modern world view. 

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Universal Waite Tarot

Universal Waite Tarot

I really love Rider-Waite-Smith decks with original old images (eg Centennial Edition). But at some point, I decided to buy a modern version of this deck with vibrant colors and a positive spirit. 

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Alchemical Tarot

Alchemical Tarot

While creating Alchemical Tarot, Robert Place did a great job of studying ancient alchemical and hermetic texts. Therefore, there are no random elements in the drawings of this deck, since each symbol is made in accordance with the alchemical tradition and has a significant importance.

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Morgan-Greer Tarot

Morgan-Greer Tarot

The first thing which makes an impression is the colors – not too bright, but very saturated. Magical color combinations. In the Morgan-Greer tarot, the main focus is put on the characters, not on the scenery. 

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Smith-Waite Tarot Centennial Edition

Smith-Waite Tarot Centennial Edition

In this deck, we see the cards as they were drawn by Pamela Colman-Smith.  All this gives the impression that you are holding in your hands a truly authentic deck of Tarot cards, which is more than a hundred years old. 

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Cosmic Tarot

Cosmic Tarot

The Cosmic Tarot deck was created by the German artist Norbert Lösche in 1986. The cards are largely in line with the Rider-Waite Tarot, but there is also significant influence from Aleister Crowley and the Golden Dawn system. 

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