My Tarot Decks:
Top, L to R: Morgan-Greer; Sacred Rose;
Bottom, L to R: Medieval Scapini; Aquarian.
Which deck (design) is used?
My standard tarot deck is the Morgan-Greer. The imagery is based on the widely-popular Rider-Waite-Smith deck, but updated and slightly less cluttered. The other decks shown here are available for a reading if one of them speaks to you.
Also check out my newest Tarot decks.
First Nations Based Oracle Decks:
Top, L to R: Medicine (Totem) Cards; Sacred Path Cards;
Bottom: Lakota Sweat Lodge Cards.
These decks have been designed by artists of Lakota, Iroquois, Cherokee and Choctaw descent. I make no claim to have been trained or raised within those traditions and do not identify as a ‘shaman’ or ‘medicine man’. I do not represent or ‘speak for’ those traditions beyond the cards’ artwork and published First Nations traditions.
Oracle Decks by Doreen Virtue
Two of three decks gifted to me this summer. The artwork is gorgeous; just not something I would have purchased for myself. These decks are the basis of my new Double Deck Spreads– using various combinations of deck paradigms to produce the most helpful reading.
NEW FOR SPRING 2019
The Tarot Of Sister Who
This deck has been designed for personal spiritual growth rather than divination or prognostication. That being said, there are more than enough parallels for the deck to be used that way in the right hands.
NEW, JULY 2019
The Urban Tarot
“a loving homage to the metropolis and all its diverse inhabitants. This stunning deck provides a map to your own inner city, a guide for the twenty-first century seeker of truth, insight, and magic living in the urban landscape.”
The Deviant Moon Tarot
“Deviant Moon Tarot explores the dark side of the subconscious with haunting surreal imagery. Stylized characters and moonlit dreamscapes draw you into the luminescent world of Deviant Moon Tarot.”