Information regarding specific Tarot decks, such as the Waite-Smith, Marseille, etc., and their variants, as well as various other decks of cards, such as Lenormand, Oracle cards, Kipper Cards, and the rest.
The Hoi Polloi Tarot was one of the first decks I ever bought, following the disastrous purchase of “Zolar’s Astrological Tarot Fortune Telling Cards”. Until I found the Albano-Waite deck, it was my go-to for most of my studies, as …Continue reading →
After having been missing for over a year, one of my oldest Tarot decks, my Miniature Albano-Waite Tarot, resurfaced today, on the top of my dresser. Where my glasses live at night, and I see every day. The copyright on …Continue reading →
I’ve increased my inventory of decks and books. Here are some of them: The Game of Hope: This deck is a facsimile of the original Game of Hope cards published in 1799. The deck was initially conceived as a parlor …Continue reading →
While I own several dozen Tarot decks, I’m not all that fond of oracle decks. In fact, until just recently, I only owned two. I purchased this deck on something of a whim, back in 2016 – I honestly don’t …Continue reading →
Speaking of concept decks, this arrived today. I’d forgotten that I ordered it! (Much as I recently wound up with two copies of a Gypsy Oracle deck, although in that instance one was listed as “cards” whole the other was …Continue reading →
The Frankie Albano edition of the Waite-Smith deck has long been a favorite of mine. I’m exceedingly fond of the miniature version, which fits comfortably in my hand as is easily portable. Sadly, I recently learned that my oldest copy of this deck has been damaged by something being spilled on it, and so I’m researching my options towards a replacement. While searching, I found this video on YouTube.
Over the years that I have been reading Tarot, I have used many decks, from the Smith-Waite (“Rider-Waite”) to David Palladini’s “Aquarian Tarot”, and numerous others. My very first deck was The Zolar Astrological Tarot, which is a strange Chimera …Continue reading →