Everyday Witch Tarot Deck Review
Continuing the Halloween season theme, the Everyday Witch Tarot is a lighter, less scary deck than last week's the-bohemian-gothic-tarot-deck-review.html. It has been hugely popular and is included on many peoples top Tarot deck lists, so what is it about this deck that everyone loves? It is a little cartoon-like but it has an extra something that makes you think, these are good witches, who have your best interests at heart. And if you're a cat lover, there are feline familiars all through the deck. Here's what else we found when using the Everyday Witch Tarot.
Stand Out/Favourite Cards
The Aces all have people in there which can make it difficult to differentiate from the Pages but the deck creator has cleverly made sure the Aces are girls and the Pages are boys.
The deck follows the RWS system but there are some charming differences like the motorbike as the Chariot (and just look at the kitty in the side car). The Star is just beautiful. The Moon cleverly shows the cats image under moonlight is distorted. I love the iconic witch flying across the moon on her broomstick. The World card is what really made me get this deck, happiness on the beach.
I love the expression on the young boy's face in the Four of Cups and the detail in the background of the card. A King with wine and the biggest chocolate cake you can imagine, now that's what I call abundance! The Page, Knight, Queen and King of the Pentacles suit are a family unit together in the Ten. This gives a sense of cohesion in the suit and helps the storyline flow.
This is the best deck for......any Tarot-reading witches looking for a friendly deck. At first glance it's hard to see why this deck has been so popular but once you get the cards in your hands, read with them and use the guide book you will see just how lovely the whole package is. It would be a great alternative to the RWS as a first deck.
Where to Buy?
Can be picked up from Amazon for a very reasonable price www.amazon.co.uk/s?k=everyday+witch&ref=nb_sb_noss_1