Review of The Casanova Tarot

Although not a newly released deck, this is one that I came across whilst trying to spice up my tarot life; to be honest I was googling erotic tarot decks. Now, don’t look at me like that. As the proud owner of maybe a dozen decks, my husband accuses me of being a collector. My…

Review of The Medieval Cat Tarot

Last weekend I was lucky enough to be able to attend an Advanced Psychic Awareness Course in Didsbury, run by the very talented Leigh Knowles of The Soul Architect.  This post isn’t about that course, although if you are interested in that, I blogged about it here on SaucySailoress. This post is about a deck…

Book Review: King Billy and the Royal Road

When I was invited to review this book, my heart leapt for joy.  You see, by profession I am a primary school teacher, so I just love children’s books. And I love tarot, so the thought of a children’s book based on tarot and aimed at the 5-8 year old market excited me to the…

Review of The Celtic Tarot

Artist & Premise of Deck The author, Kristoffer Hughes, Chief of the Anglesey Druid Order, has chosen to develop a deck which incorporates the wisdom of Celtic Mythology; beautifully illustrated by Chris Down with a portrait like quality. The deck is rooted in the author’s Celtic background, and he uses it as an opportunity to…

Book Review: Going Beyond the Little White Book

Recently I acquired the Gummy Bear Tarot, and I found the most amazing little white book ever. I loved the sayings and the feelings invoked by the descriptions of the cards. Well, given that I’ve possessed maybe a dozen packs of Tarot since I started reading, that’s quite a compliment. I found it even better,…