Witches Tarot Deck Review
So, we're not talking Salem or Tam o' Shanter witches in this deck. They're a little more polished, a little more Hollywood. There are no pointy hat's like in last week's Everyday Witches Tarot. In fact, if you didn't know the name of the deck you might not realise they're witches at all. I've heard and read that the 'real' faces of the people in the cards makes it a marmite deck. I sat on the fence for a long time on this one and only recently purchased it. I think that sometimes seeing faces makes it easier to 'hear' the messages, whether they be human or animal. So I went ahead and added this deck to my collection, here's what I found.
Stand Out/Favourite Cards
There are a few other animals in the deck but the dogs are so adorable. From the scary wolves in the Moon cards to the cheeky little westie in the Fool, these gorgeous pups will melt your heart.
Here are some of the cards with the 'real' faces that may be the deciding factor in working with this deck.
There are some lovely touches among the cards. Such as the fairies that pop up in the Two of Swords. There are a couple of mermaids and they are beautiful. I love the Eight of Pentacles polishing her gold and the Six of Cups is a delightful representation of nostalgia, looking at an image of the perfect childhood.
This is the best deck for......the traditional look but with a slight fantasy twist. The images aren't overly 'witchy' so don't let the title put you off. I find it easy to read with the 'real' faces and overall it's a good solid deck, perhaps just a little dated by the production values.
Where to Buy
Amazon www.amazon.co.uk/s?k=witches+tarot&ref=nb_sb_noss_1 for a very reasonable price.