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Jewel
May 03, 2018, 11:32:33 AM by Jewel
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Wizards Tarot - Deck Review
By Jewel

I have been wanting to write a review for this deck for quite some time, and decided to just sit down and do it.  What deck you ask?  The Wizards Tarot by Corinne Kenner and illustrated by John J. Blumen.  Grab a mug of Butterbeer and come join me on a tour of Mandrake Academy.  I am a current student here.

Though the whole theme may seem gimmicky or hockey to some, I can assure you that the deck and book are incredibly well thought out, educational, and fun.  The deck follows the general principles of the Rider Waite Smith (RWS).  But we will get to that shortly.  Suffice it say, Ms. Kenner has taken a cultural phenomenon and turned into something every Tarot enthusiast can enjoy and learn from no matter your age. 

If you can’t tell already, I am a huge Harry Potter fan, and a huge Tarot fan, so this deck was a must have for me.  Intended or not, the theme and conce...
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May 02, 2018, 02:29:32 PM by Jewel
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Victorian Fairy Tarot - Deck Review

By Jewel

The Victorian Fairy Tarot by Lunaea Weatherstone and art by Gary A. Lippincott was published by Llewellyn in 2013 as a deck and book set.  What a little gem it turned out to be.  I will be the first to say that at first glance I thought it would be a “fluff” deck with all those sweet little Victorian faeries, flowers, and pastel colors, but I was wrong.  This deck has teeth!  The Victorians took their faeries very seriously and so does this deck.

The artwork is lovely and looks like it has come straight out of a story book, and the cards read like that as well, which would also make this a great deck not only for tarot reading but for storytelling. Another fun element in this deck is the use of the Victorian flower language.  So those persons interested in this will really enjoy this aspect of the deck as well.  But the deck is very much a sound and well thought ou...
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