Review – Legrande Circus & Sideshow Tarot

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Publisher / U.S. Games Systems, Inc


ISBN:  978-1-5781-731-9

“The LeGrande Circus & Sideshow Tarot, comprised of the 78 cards of traditional tarot, not only illustrates the standard symbolism of each card but is also filled with circus and sideshow lore.  The imagery corresponds to the well-known iconography of the Waite-Smith deck but is set in the glitter and mud world of a mid-century truck show sometimes between 1930 and the 50’s.”

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Review -Pagan Ways Tarot

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by: Anna Franklin


Schiffer Publishing, Ltd.

ISBN: 978-0-7643-4900-3

“There are unseen Otherworlds overlapping our own, populated by gods and goddesses, nature spirits, and elementals.  For the Pagan, everything has a soul or spiritual essence.  This deck is based on the Pagan worldview, its symbols, and teachings, and offers 78 beautiful cards featuring gods and goddesses.  An accompanying guide tells the story of the Fool as h e journeys through the Minor and Major Arcanas, encountering the forces that shape him and each one of us.  The myths of the gods create links between cards, between the Majors and Minors, and between the inner and outer paths we walk.”

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Review – The Cook’s Tarot

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Artist/Author :  Judith Mackay Stirt

Publisher:  Schiffer Publishing, Ltd.

ISBN:  978-7643-4720-0

Media: Paperback book and deck set

Excerpt from the Preface:  “I believe that the kitchen is the heart of the home.  The kitchen table is the meeting place where we are invited to gather together.  In this age of religious questioning, it has become the spiritual version of church, where we laugh and cry together as we solve the problems of the world around us.  It is a safe place to begin this journey towards enlightenment – that moment when you “get it” and you know your place at the table.” Continue reading