Unlike most religious paths, Wicca sees all aspects of life, including sexuality, as divine. This deck is primarily an international Pagan Tarot: The Hanged Man shows a Native American hanging from a tree limb. The Stars shows an African in loose pantaloons, his arms outstretched. The Moon shows a statue of Anubis in front of pyramids. The 4 of Cups shows a mournful young Asian woman with three spilled cups and one cup upright.
Yes, this deck includes sensual and naked imagery that is imaginative and powerful. The Lust [Strength] card shows a naked woman astride a galloping horse, clearly ecstatic with a lust for life itself. The Lovers has a pose from the Kama Sutra.
This deck is filled with crisp, attractive art enveloped by a violet border and back. If you get the deluxe set you'll also receive a magnificent purple satin bag. It's lined in silver and the exterior of this drawstring bag is embroidered with silver Wiccan symbols: the full moon with waxing and waning moons on either side and a pentagram in the center. Above it is a dagger and below is a chalice and wand.
The Sensual Wicca Tarot cleverly unites concepts of Wiccan sensuality and Pagan concepts within the structure of the Tarot. The result is a modern Tarot deck that is perfect for meditation and all forms of divination. It is especially useful for relationship readings. If you're looking for a "sex positive" Tarot that is modern and Pagan friendly, this deck is for you!
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