Friday, 5 September 2014

My favourite Tarot Cards

A really good thing to consider when choosing a Tarot deck is your favourite cards. This can be cards that you just love but its also cards that you feel unconsciously drawn to, or that you find fascinating for some reason you just cant put your finger on...

Its very important you look through a Tarot deck before purchasing to make sure these cards are not drasticly altered in a way that does not feel right to you. Its not always possible to like every card in a deck but at least the majority of the cards and most if not all of your favourites of you will no doubt find you do not use the deck much or worse it will just end up at the bottom of your Tarot chest...

Here are some of my favourite cards, are there any here that you like and what are your favourite Tarot Cards?

The Fool - The first card and first impression of a new deck - From The Smith-Waite Centennial Tarot

The Lovers - Beautiful card with or without the angel - From The Shadowscapes Tarot

The Star - Im sure I share this favourite with many people - By Thalia Took

The Four of Swords - Something very peaceful about this card - From a Rider Waite Tarot

The Two of Cups - Similar to The Lovers card but with added symbolism - From Tarot of the Ages

The World - Many don't realise the four animals pre-date the Bible and actually come from astrology... From the Morgan Greer Tarot

The Moon - Always captivating - From Legacy of the Divine Tarot

The High Priestess - She represents the mystery of The Tarot itself for me - From the Fentestra Tarot

Judgement - Hauntingly beautiful - From the Rider Waite Tarot

The Two of Swords - Another powerful card - From Tarot Illuminati

The Wheel of Fortune - A very mystical version - From The Original Rider Waite Tarot

The Hanged Man - Note the similarity to The World - By Cathy McClelland

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