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  1. Saturn Celeste

    English Magic Tarot

    From the album: Esoteric Decks

    English Magic Tarot by Andy Letcher (Author), Rex Van Ryn (Illustrator), Steve Dooley (Illustrator), Philip Carr-Gomm (Foreword) Paperback: 160 pages Publisher: Weiser Books; Tcr Crds/P edition (October 1, 2016) Language: English ISBN-10: 1578636000 ISBN-13: 978-1578636006 Purchase at: Weiser Books I Amazon
  2. Jewel

    The Tarot of Prague

    From the album: Esoteric Decks

    ✧SKU: ToPKITfirst_edKIT ✧ISBN: 9780954500702 ✧Publisher and Year: The Magic Realist Press, April 2004 ✧Author: Karen Mahony; Alex Ukolov ✧Pages: 300 Available At: Out of Print
  3. Jewel

    BG

    Bohemian Gothic Tarot by Jewel The Bohemian Gothic Tarot, designed by Karen Mahony and illustrated by Alex Ukolov, is another baba studio Tarot masterpiece. Yes, I am a baba studios/Magic Realist Press (MRP) fangirl, but with very good reason. The quality and design of their decks puts them in a class of their own. The seed idea for this deck was found in dark stories, events, and images they came across while creating their first deck, Tarot of Prague (MRP 2004), then in macabre fairy tales when working on The Fairytale Tarot (MRP 2005), and became a major topic of convers
  4. Jewel

    The Baroque Bohemian Cats' Tarot

    BAROQUE BOHEMIAN CATS’ TAROT By Jewel Originally published in November of 2004, The Baroque Bohemian Cats’ Tarot was the second Tarot deck published by Magic Realist Press (MRP), and was published as a deck and book set. Those of you who have read my other Magic Realist Press (MRP)/Baba Studios reviews know I am a fangirl, and this was the deck that started it all for me, and yes, I own several versions of this deck … 3 to be exact. But I will confess, the first edition remains my favorite to date with its elaborate flowery borders and it’s Hermes card. The book is absolute
  5. Jewel

    The Fantastic Menagerie Tarot

    Fantastic Menagerie Tarot By Jewel Published in March of 2006, The Fantastic Menagerie was the fourth Tarot deck published by Magic Realist Press (MRP). It was published as a deck and book set. If you have read any of the previous reviews I have written about MRP decks then you know I am a huge fan of their decks and books, and this one is no exception. I will admit, when I purchased the deck it was more because it was created by Baba Studios than my interest in the art, and I will also confess that it took me some time to warm up to this deck. In my desire to connect with
  6. Jewel

    The Fairytale Tarot

    The Fairytale Tarot By Jewel Published in February of 2005, The Fairytale Tarot was the third Tarot deck published by Magic Realist Press (MRP). It was published as a deck and book set. If you have read any of the previous reviews I have written about MRP decks then you know I am a huge fan of their decks and books, and this one is no exception. I will admit, I purchased the deck because I like Fairytales and whimsy and this deck includes Fairytales from all over the world. I also liked that this deck was drawn instead of photographed which was different than the previous
  7. Jewel

    Alice

    The Alice Tarot by Jewel I am a confessed Baba Studios/Magic Realist Press (MRP) fan girl, and will never apologize for it. Karen Mahoney and Alex Ukolov made a believer out of me with their previous decks, and just when I think they can't top what they have previously done, they managed to surprise me yet again with The Alice Tarot. I know the deck is not new, it was originally published in 2014 and they are currently taking pre-orders for the re-release to come in March of 2019, but it is new to me and what a treat it is. In my personal opinion it is the crown jewel of th
  8. Jewel

    Alice

    From the album: Artistic Decks

    SKU: AliceTarot_1stEdition_deck Publisher & Year: Magic Realist Press, 2014 Authors: Karen Mahony and Alex Ukolov Card Size: 3" x 5" Purchase at: Out of Print
  9. Jewel

    The Fairytale Tarot

    From the album: Rare, OOP Decks

    ISBN: 9780954500757 Publisher & Year: Magic Realist Press, February 2005 Authors: Karen Mahony and Alex Ukolov Artist: Irina Triskova Card Size: 3" x 5" Pages: 232 pages Purchase at: Out of Print
  10. Jewel

    The Baroque Bohemian Cats' Tarot

    From the album: Animal Decks

    ISBN: 9780954500726 Publisher & Year: Magic Realist Press, November 2004 Authors: Karen Mahony and Alex Ukolov Card Size: 5" x 3" Pages: 208 Pages Purchase at: Out of Print
  11. Jewel

    The Fantastic Menagerie Tarot

    From the album: Animal Decks

    SKU: FantasticMKIT ISBN: 978-0954500771 Publisher & Year: Magic Realist Press, March 2006 Authors: Karen Mahony & Alex Ukolov Card Size: 5" x 3" Pages: 240 pages Purchase at: Out of Print
  12. Jewel

    BG

    From the album: Dark Decks

    ISBN: 9781905572076 Publisher & Year: Magic Realist Press, 2008 Authors: Karen Mahony and Alex Ukolov Card Size: 5" x 3" Purchase at: Out of Print
  13. Jewel

    Victorian Romantic (Gold Edition)

    The Victorian Romantic Tarot – Limited Gold Edition By Jewel Published in November of 2006, The Victorian Romantic Tarot was the fifth Tarot deck published by Magic Realist Press (MRP). The original release was published as a deck and book set, and a Limited Gold Edition was published as a set with a blank journal instead of a companion book. This review will focus on the Limited Gold edition as that is the version of the deck that I have. If you have read any of the previous reviews I have written about MRP decks then you know I am a huge fan of their decks and books, so y
  14. Jewel

    Magical Dogs.jpg

    The Magical Dogs Tarot By Jewel – March 11, 2020 The Magical Dogs Tarot, by husband and wife team Mickie and Daniel Mueller, was published by Llewellyn in September of 2018 as a deck/book set. In addition to this deck, Ms. Mueller has also illustrated The Mystical Cats Tarot, The Well Worn Path and Hidden Path oracles, authored the Voice of Trees: A Celtic Divination Oracle, as well as a couple of books for Llewellyn. There are no humans in this deck. Overall, we are seeing the Tarot from a dog perspective, which is great being that there are very few dog Tarot decks as comp
  15. Jewel

    Forest of Enchantment Tarot

    Forest of Enchantment Tarot By Jewel – March 4, 2020 Forest of Enchantment Tarot, by Lunea Weatherstone and illustrated by Meraylah Allwood, was published by Llewellyn in October of 2019 as a deck/book set. The deck is based on our journey through the dark forest like characters from fairytales. You enter the forest, walk the path, face the trials and challenges that lie within the forest, and come out the other side changed by the experience. Each reading is a new journey and a personal fairytale in the making. As noted in the companion book introduction “The forest is par
  16. Jewel

    DruidCraft Tarot, The

    The DruidCraft Tarot by Jewel The DruidCraft Tarot by Philip and Stephanie Carr-Gomm was published by St. Martin’s Press in 2005 as a deck and book set. Thirteen years later this deck remains popular and has endured the test of time. As the name implies it is based on a blend of Wicca and Druidry, in the words of the authors “Although the ways of the Wiccan and the Druid were – and still can be – quite distinct, many people now find that they can combine the teachings and practices of both traditions, following a path that some refer to simply as the Old Ways, but which can
  17. Jewel

    Mystic Dreamer Tarot

    The Mystic Dreamer By Jewel The Mystic Dreamer Tarot, by Heidi Darras, is a photo-manipulated deck printed by Llewellyn in 2008. The deck was born of Ms. Darras interest in creating a deck of her own and the encouragement she received on Deviant Art. As Ms. Darras notes in the Artist Note section of the companion book, she wanted to create an emotional deck, and to reveal the hidden emotion within each card. She also wanted to create a deck that had an aura of mystery and a dreaminess about it. That I feel she achieved. The art is done via photo-manipulation.
  18. Jewel

    Fantastical Creatures

    Fantastical Creatures Tarot By Jewel Published by U.S. Games in June of 2007, The Fantastical Creatures Tarot by D. J. Conway and Lisa Hunt, was the fourth Tarot collaboration between Ms. Conway and Ms. Hunt. The inspiration for this deck comes from ancient mythologies and folklore. Creatures that Ms. Conway notes as beings that fall somewhere between humans and Gods, “a kind of middleman of the astral realms.” I was very excited to purchase this deck because I am fascinated by magical creatures and am quite fond of the Shapeshifter and Celtic Dragon Tarot decks. Unlike pre
  19. Jewel

    The Fey Tarot

    The Fey Tarot 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 pho
  20. Jewel

    Wizard's Tarot

    Wizards Tarot 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 wil
  21. Jewel

    The Green Witch Tarot

    The Green Witch Tarot By Jewel The Green Witch Tarot, by Ann Moura, was published by Llewellyn in 2015. It is a Pagan deck based on Green Whitchcraft which is focused on physical realm and the Earth in which the witch lives. As noted in the introduction of the companion book this deck “… is based on a personal relationship with nature, earth magic, the elementals (earth, air, fire, water) and the power of the immanent Goddess and God in their many aspects, and to the faeries, spirits, and entities of earth, otherworld, and underworld.” The soul of this belief system and rev
  22. Jewel

    Osho Zen Tarot: The Transcendental Game Of Zen

    Osho Zen Tarot - The Transcendental Game of Zen By Jewel The Osho Zen Tarot – Transcendental Game of Zen, created by Ma Deva Padma, was published by St. Martin’s Press in 1994. I am one of those people that goes all googly-eyed when I see bright jewel toned colored decks so of course I had to have it. I have to admit that after all these years I am still not sure how to classify this deck, as a Tarot or an Oracle. That is the million-dollar question I ask myself every time I pull out this deck. Honestly, I am not sure if I will ever fully answer that question for myself.
  23. Jewel

    Everyday Witch Tarot

    EVERYDAY WITCH TAROT by Jewel The Everyday Witch by Deborah Blake was published by Llewellyn in 2017 as a deck and book set. My first impressions on seeing images online were that it was just another teen witch deck. I was wrong. Yes, it will appeal to that audience, but there is much more to it than that, and it has something to offer more mature readers as well. The art is by Elisabeth Alba, and done in vivid watercolor. The art is very inviting and captivating. The facial expressions and body language of the characters tell a thousand words all on their own
  24. Jewel

    Joie de Vivre Tarot

    Joie de Vivre By Jewel The Joie de Vivre, French for Joy of Life, is a deck created by artist Paulina Cassidy and published by US Games in 2011. The cards are 2 ¾ X 4 ¾ and of quality glossy card stock typical of US Games decks. The cards are packaged in a flip top box along with a 61 page little white book (LWB). The LWB includes an introduction, key words, the name and descriptions of the characters on the cards, divinatory meaning, reversed meaning, a small section about the author, and two pages to write notes. The backs of the cards are golden to yellow with a vine de
  25. Saturn Celeste

    Osho Zen Tarot: The Transcendental Game Of Zen

    From the album: Specialty Decks

    April 15, 1995 by Osho (Author), Ma Deva Padma (Illustrator) Product details Paperback: 176 pages Publisher: St. Martin's Press; 7th ed. edition (April 15, 1995) Language: English ISBN-10: 0312117337 ISBN-13: 978-0312117337 Product Dimensions: 5.1 x 2.1 x 7.7 inches Shipping Weight: 1.2 pounds Buy on Amazon
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