A simple yet powerful deck of twenty-two cards provides a bridge between our conscious minds and all the facets of the Divine which reside within all of us. Striking art enhanced by textured gold foil make these cards handheld treasures that are truly inspiring. The descriptions and exercises, which are more like spells, provide practical advice and help just when we need it most.
Lo Scarabeo has created a video about this deck.
Learn more about the deck HERE.
Read my review HERE.
The Sacred Sites Tarot is an impressive achievement of uniting a relevant theme and traditional Rider Waite Smith meanings. The images are clear and pleasant. The associations are clever and illuminating. Journey to seventy-eight sacred sites, both real and imaginary, and discover seventy-eight doors to spiritual insight.
Lo Scarabeo has made a video of an interview with the creator and artist of the Tarot of Sacred Sites.
You can also view the video on YouTube HERE, and watch other videos from Lo Scarabeo on their YouTube channel.
You can learn more about the deck HERE.
And read my review of it HERE.
The Book of Shadows Tarot is a unique project, many years in the making.
It is an ambitious project based on a two-deck system. Each deck is designed to work independently but also to work together.
The decks are based on the concept of As Above, So Below. The first deck, As Above, is a non-traditional (that is, not based on the Rider Waite Smith images) exploration of Wiccan/Pagan theories. So Below is a traditional deck that shows how magic is manifest in everyday life.
The kit comes with the book and the As Above deck. The box includes a space for the second deck, So Below, available in February 2013.
Below is a video created by Lo Scarabeo. Take a peek into the creation of