I’m finding it difficult to decide how to arrange my Tarot Deck Collection …
Many set them out … some in order of favorites or most used … I may begin with my newest ones:
- Bonefire Tarot
- Tarot de la Nuit
- The Green Witch Tarot
- The Cook’s Tarot
I decided to purchase The Green Witch Tarot when I discovered she was all about nature and growing things. It resonated with me and thought it woudn’t take away from the Everyday Witch that I absolutely adore.
Tarot de la Nuit seemed to go along with my interest in ghosts and haunted places. I am fascinated with the shadowiness of the night … and the paranormal activities that do occur …
The Cook’s Tarot was a bit different and I thought since we all eat food it would be an excellent deck to have.
Now for Bonefire Tarot … this one just captured my imagination for some strange reason. It was purely impulsive … not something I normally do, but I’ve been captivated by it ever since I purchased it …
These are definitely going to get out of order as to when I purchased them.
It seemed I was on quite a roll there for the past week or so … I need to now slow down my purchases and get back to my studies and using the different decks of Tarot cards I have.
I am excited by my collection and so very happy I now have 14 different Tarot Decks. They are all a bit different which makes it fun to use them for different days, depending upon my mood, the weather or even the season of the year … Or perhaps one that chooses me … That sounds a bit creepy …
I was excited when I acquired a dozen Tarot Decks, but for some reason I had to buy a couple more … And … before too long I’ll find I’m adding more one, two or three at a time …
- Ghost Tarot
- Tarot of the Haunted House
- Crystal Visions Tarot
- Tarot In Wonderland
- Steampunk Tarot
We’re down to the last five Tarot Decks … This is exciting for me … Partly that I remember them without digging them out … Partly because I love sharing them with you. There may be a deck or two you’d like to purchase 🙂
I’ll begin my list with the Rider-Waite Deck and Everyday Witch. This is where I began … then everything began to mushroom …
- Rider-Waite Tarot
- Everyday Witch Tarot
- Gilded Tarot
- Mistical Manga Tarot
- Legacy of the Divine Tarot
Legacy of the Divine Tarot Deck is another deck that captured my imagination. It is fantasy … but then aren’t many other Tarot decks?
I loved the artwork of the Mistical Manga Tarot … I thought it also went along with Steampunk … but once I get working with the different decks more I’ll find they actually have very little in common … Interesting about first impressions.
The Gilded Tarot and the Legacy of the Divine Tarot seemed so elegant to me. It was something I thought would shed a different light upon the Rider-Waite Deck, but still hold some of the originality of it … I’m all into tradition …
My Goodness, that was fun!
I just wish I could easily transition from one Tarot deck to another … but this will take time and practice …
I have a lot of catching up to do in my studies and getting to know my various Tarot decks. It will truly be a labor of love … hopefully!! At least now I have a variety of Tarot decks available to use and perhaps use as flash cards in my studies … That may be a fun exercise.
It will also be interesting to see which Tarot deck I grab most often … I think I’m pretty well pleased with all of my Tarot decks, so, hopefully, I’ll be using them equally … But we all have favorites … or favorites for now …
All of the images have links, if you’d like to purchase any of them … or receive more information.
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