You guys! I’m so excited about the new edition of the Mystic Faerie Tarot! This charming deck has always held such a special place in my heart. In the years since it was first published, the desire of borderless decks increased. In fact, we now do our decks almost exclusively borderless because our customers prefer that. Who wouldn’t? More space for the art that we love so much, right?
The book is staying the same, but the cards and box will be different. Not only is the box redesigned in our new hardboard magnetic case design, the image will be updated. Here is a peek at the new box and a few of cards without borders (the text with the card name will be added).
Mystic Faerie Tarot
Linda Ravenscroft, text by Barbara Moore
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The fae of Justice lives in a mistletoe bush. While she looks very demure and gentle, she represents an incredibly powerful magic that is tied deeply to the core of the universe.
Her stone perch indicates her roots to the earth. However, she sits on a cushion decorated with spirals, indicated the cycles life…life as lived by people. The power she wields is a direct result of our individual actions. A human name for her power is karma, the justice of the universe. This is the most perfect and poetic of all justice systems. She holds the scales that weird our actions and the
At this time of year many families celebrate Thanksgiving or other harvest festivals that focus on gratitude for the bounty of the earth. One way to show gratitude is to share your own blessings with others. Perhaps you can use this idea as part of your celebration and create a new, modern ritual.
In Tarot Diva, Sasha Graham shares ideas about not just knowing the meanings of the cards, but living the lessons we find within the cards.
She discusses charitable giving for the 6 of Pentacles and gives this idea:
A Fun & Easy Charitable Idea
Host a screening of a documentary that speaks to an issue you care about. Choose a plaguing issue that concerns you, be it human slavery,
The Death card is one of the tricky cards of tarot. When it shows up in a reading, readers are very quick to point out that it does not mean actual death. Instead, it means transformation.
I agree that there is a transformative element to the Death card. However, I think we do a disservice when we gloss over the hard aspects of the card. By doing so, we either neglect our jobs on at least two counts. First, we provide information about what is to come so that they can be prepared for it. If we ignore the messy parts of Death, we do not allow or help them to face it with all the necessary information. If they are going through it and tell the to simply focus on the “new beginning”