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The Enchanted Tarot

Posted by: WendyStokes on: January 4, 2013

The Enchanted Tarot By Amy Zerner and Monte Farber Box containing 78 cards, 192 page fully illustrated guidebook Published by Connections Book Publishing Through the Enchanted Tarot we are invited to enter ‘a realm of myth and magic’ and this quality deck certainly delivers both by providing a depth of symbolism within traditional and other […]

Fantasy Showcase Tarot

Posted by: TheReviewer on: March 20, 2012

This is one Golden Oldie that you’ll return to time and time again… It’s not often one finds a collaborative deck being published. Many other collaborative Tarot decks that have been created have only manifested online, such as the various Aeclectic Community Tarots, the Eat Poo Tarot, and the two Mannini decks, although there are […]

Shakespearian Tarot, Dolores Ashcroft-Nowicki

Posted by: TheReviewer on: February 29, 2012

Although not an “oldie” by the standards of our dearly beloved Thoth, Rider Waite Smith, and Marseilles Tarots, the Shakespearian Tarot is a deck that appeared before the Tarot “revival” set in and the deck publishing industry began to truly boom. Nearly a decade old, this deck from the creator of the Servants of the […]