Llewellyn Publishing has a definite winner:

“Dare to enter the dark wood and discover your shadow self with this enthralling Rider-Waite-Smith-style deck. As you take on the role of a witch entering the wood, you’ll find each card becomes a “vision” of legends (wands), fears (swords), animals (cups), and the natural world (pentacles). These visions offer you deep wisdom, providing a richer and fuller understanding of yourself. Examine your secret desires, your shadowy dreams, and the unknown recesses of your psyche. This deck is the key to your shadow side—the key to a quest through darkness and into the light that reflects your hidden talents and personal power.”

This beautiful deck is the mastermind of Sasha Graham teamed up with Abigail Larsen as illustrator. It’s a lovely deck . . .with some issues involving the cardstock — just too light . . . but not an issue for others. Just something to consider before purchasing.

This Tarot deck seems like an exciting adventure . . . you get to be a witch exploring both the light and dark sides of ourselves . . . Maybe not a Tarot deck for the masses . . . but if you would like to take an honest look, you may be richly rewarded . . . 

I’m excited about Dark Wood Tarot!! This deck comes with a 304 page full-color companion book with descriptions, spreads and enchantment — It is an experience you’ll treasure. 

Click the image above to the right and check out Dark Wood Tarot for yourself.

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