This week, I share with you a view into my favorite new deck, The Tarot of Mystical Moments by Catrin Welz-Stein.
It more than satisfies for myself as a reader. However, it’s also not an easy starter deck. The images don’t wholly express the meanings of each card. Many are very simple in their symbolism.
That is why it adds so much to your life as a lover of meaningful art to really learn the 78 cards of the traditional Tarot. Once you grasp the essence of each card, which I teach you how to do in my upcoming online live course, you can read with any deck that you feel drawn to.
This might very well be the last chance to get this class live in-person with me! Early bird rate ends Monday.
I love old movies and books as much as I love Tarot.
(I guess I am a true Cancerian).
So I was giddy when I found this new deck (already sold out!) by Todd Alcott that merges the Smith-Rider-Waite deck and art reminiscent of classic cinema posters, old Mad Men era advertising, and, of course, pulp novel covers.
If you click on the video and watch it on YouTube, you can find links to the reading start times in the description.
Theresa Pridemore has released 3 expansion decks for her word-based oracle deck. This is an accessible deck for a wordsmith or someone who is interested in divination, but not keen to dive into the depths of symbology.