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Tarot Cards

Tarot Cards, Seven different decks of Tarot to choose from:

  • Tarot of a Moon Garden
  • Herbcrafter’s Tarot
  • Chrysalis Tarot
  • Rider Waite Tarot
  • Animal Dreaming Oracle Tarot
  • Spiritsong Tarot
  • Sun and Moon Tarot


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Tarot Cards, four different decks of Tarot to choose from:

  • Tarot of a Moon Garden – is an imaginative deck that weaves traditional tarot symbolism, myths, elemental magic, and lunar phases into a beautiful tapestry. Includes a full 78 card set and a small instruction booklet.
  • Herbcrafter’s Tarot – celebrates the handicrafts, tools, and time-honored folk skills related to herbs, trees, flowers, and other plants that share their gifts with us. This deck and book set explores the relationship between herbs and how people use them for medicine, creativity, ritual, and spiritual guidance. It also considers herbs as archetypes and explores our partnership with the botanical realm. Herbcrafter’s Tarot is an engaging introduction to herbalism and plant spirit magic and can be used as a profound divinatory tool. The set includes a 78-card deck and a 124-page book full of herbal inspiration and ideas for crafting with the cards.
  • Chrysalis Tarot – opens up your psyche and illuminates your path toward personal destiny. Both the Major and Minor Arcana feature beautifully illustrated scenes that inspire reflection and stimulate your psychic intuition and imagination. The four suits that make up the Minor Arcana are: Stones (Pentacles); Mirrors (Cups); Spirals (Wands); and Scrolls (Swords). In the Court Cards, you’ll meet a delightful troupe of medieval messengers who inspire you to fulfill your dreams. Deck includes 78 cards and a 60-page booklet with instructions for a five-card Pentagram Spread.
  • Rider Waite Tarot – In 1909, artist Pamela Coleman Smith, under the direction of Arthur Edward Waite, created an innovative 78-card tarot deck that would come to be recognized as revolutionary. With descriptive pictures on the 56 Minor Arcana cards, the Rider-Waite deck digressed from the tradition of tarot deck used for centuries and set the standard for nearly every tarot deck published. Includes a full 78 card set and a small instruction booklet.
New Decks for 2021
  • Animal Dreaming Oracle Tarot -45 cards and a 124-page guidebook will lead you on a journey with Nature’s wisdom. Dream with the animals and let the symbols they represent advise you. This deck embraces the ancient concept of animal energies and what they can teach us.
  • Spiritsong Tarot -This Spiritsong deck is a melding of two traditions of divination: one in which animals are seen as guides between our world and the spirit world, and one that uses 78 cards as a tool to connect with our highest self. The Spiritsong Tarot structure is based on the traditional tarot, containing the 22 Majors, the 54 Minors, and four suits: Acorns for Wands/Fire; Feathers for Swords/Air; Shells for Cups/Water; and Crystals for Pentacles/Earth. Connected to the portals of higher worlds, the 78 Spiritsong animals are mentors of divine guidance. Bearing their own Shamanic powers, they’re forever open to providing their energy when called upon. If you ask, they will provide the guidance needed to assist you in finding the best remedy for any situation. Set includes 78 cards and a 108-page guidebook. Card Size 3 inches x 5 inches.
  • Sun and Moon Tarot -By playfully incorporating mythology and astrology, Vanessa Decort brings unique interpretations to traditional tarot, presenting a deck that is both insightful and accessible. The Sun and Moon Tarot follows the traditional structure of Crowley Thoth Tarot. The Minor Arcana features Crowley’s keywords at the top of the cards, with the card titles and numbering at the bottom. Major Arcana cards show the associated Hebrew letter in the artwork. Sun and Moon Tarot is a multi-cultural tarot deck with symbolism borrowed from Hinduism, yoga, ancient Egyptian and classical Greek mythology, the I Ching, and Runes. The instruction booklet includes astrological associations and an explanation of the Hebrew letters, as well as card meanings.
Tarot Deck Types

Animal Dreaming Oracle, Chrysalis Tarot, Herbcrafter’s Tarot, Rider Waite Tarot, Spiritsong Tarot, Sun and Moon Tarot, Tarot of a Moon Garden


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