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May 10, 2018, 04:25:08 PM by Jewel
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The Fey Tarot - Deck Review
By Jewel

Those of you who know me know I have an affinity towards faerie themed decks.  What you probably did not know (or care), is that this is the faerie deck that started my love of faerie themed decks.  The Fey Tarot by Riccardo Minetti with artwork by Mara Aghem was published by LoScarabeo in 2002 as a deck and book set.  I will confess upfront, that when I first saw images of the deck I thought it was kind of childish, but a friend on Aeclectic Tarot insisted I buy and try it, that I would really like it.  She knew me well, so as I talked to her on the phone about it I pranced into Barnes & Noble and picked up my copy.  I am so glad I listened to her, she was right.  This became my new primary reading deck for the next 12-15 years.

These are not your British or Victorian faeries of folklore, they are much more universal in nature. The art has an Anime feel to it, and the colors ar...
May 09, 2018, 12:39:42 PM by Jewel
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Deviant Moon Tarot - Deck Review
By Jewel

The Deviant Moon Tarot by Patrick Valenza was originally published by US Games Systems, Inc. in 2008, and a borderless edition was published in 2014.  The creation of this deck began early in Mr. Valenza’s childhood.  As he notes in the introduction of the little white book (LWB), his interest in Tarot began at the age of 9 and so did his renderings of tarot cards though he did not start work in earnest on the deck we see today until around 2004.  The inspiration of this deck encompasses over 30 years of his life.  Mr. Valenza goes on to share how the moon has always been a psychic friend to him “A sentinel of the night, it feeds my dreams and casts a strange glow on the way I see the colors of reality.”    His deck certainly reflects that.

In the LWB introduction, Mr. Valenza tells us of his intrigue with the melancholy side of life and how he strives to express that in ...
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