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Eight Coins Tattoo Tarot Review
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by on May 8, 2019December 21, 2020

Eight Coins Tattoo Tarot Review

Witches, ladies and gentlemen, it is time for a long overdue Eight Coins Tattoo Tarot Review. I recently got this box set from the cutest Tarot shop. They had the most insane selection. I’m so glad my instincts go me to choose this deck and take it home. As soon as I unpacked the Eight...

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Marseille Tarot. Boring or Indispensable? (updated post)
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by on April 25, 2018December 21, 2020

Marseille Tarot. Boring or Indispensable? (updated post)

Marseille Tarot. Boring or Indispensable? In the last couple of years, I couldn’t help but notice that the Marseille Tarot seems to be less and less popular in the English speaking Tarot community. I have read online that the Marseille Tarot was “boring as heck”. Some call it “rigid”. I’ve seen that on Amazon reviews of...

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Tarot of a Moon Garden – Deck Review (updated)
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by on February 14, 2017December 21, 2020

Tarot of a Moon Garden – Deck Review (updated)

Tarot of a Moon Garden Review When I saw the Tarot of a Moon Garden the feeling was immediately right. So many rich illustrations, a profusion of colours and a universe made of dreams, nightmares, flowers and unicorns. I had to have it. If you’re a gardener, like me,  you know what a Moon Garden is....

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Black Cats Tarot – Review (updated)
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by on January 30, 2017December 21, 2020

Black Cats Tarot – Review (updated)

I recently ordered the Black Cats Tarot after falling in love with it on Pinterest. Now that I have spent some time analyzing and testing it, I wanted to share my impressions of this deck with you. First Impression I immediately loved it when I unpacked it. I sat with the deck and went through it card...

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A Dive Into The Victorian Fairy Tarot
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by on May 29, 2015December 21, 2020

A Dive Into The Victorian Fairy Tarot

The Victorian Fairy Tarot is a dreamy reflection of the Victorian society where nature, in a time of intense industrialisation, could play a major role again. How can we not feel a resonance with our current time? This deck invites us to (re-)discover the language of flowers, the meanings and messages of the ever-changing seasons...

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