Modern life and ancient practices are portrayed in perfect harmony in this unique deck. Tuan and Platano show us young Witches who move among us, with their ponytails and jeans, in a contemporary context. Undeniably cute, charming, and mischievous, they are also powerful and in control of their own destinies. Together with the symbols, gestures, traditions, and rites of their millennial experience, they can help us find our own power to craft our future.
Just because something is cute and fun, doesn’t mean it’s not powerful and serious. In many ways, people are at their most powerful when they’re feeling good, looking good, and having a good time. The Witchy Tarot deck is like that, too. It looks good and it is certainly having a good time. As you work with it, you’ll find that you can have fun with it and also find lots of help, guidance, and answers delivered with a sense of style and a sense of humor.
The Witchy Tarot combines elements of classical Tarot and...read more.
April Fools Day, a light-hearted day filled with pranks and jokes, heralds the beginning, for me, of Spring Fever—that feeling of wanting to ditch work and mundane obligation in favor of adventure, preferably outdoors. After hunkering down during a long, dark, cold winter, I am ready, even if there is still a chill in the air, to wander. And this, naturally, makes me think of The Fool card. The...
From Where Do the Cards of the Tarot Originate? Mystery shrouds the origin of Tarot cards, but ancient oracle decks have been found in a wide range of places, from Hungary to India to China. Some historical sources credit the traveling, wandering musicians and performers who roamed (originally) from India to Persia to Egypt for carrying cards and... read this article