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Wednesday, November 10, 2021

Review: Wanderer's Tarot by Casey Zabala

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If you have been following my latest reviews, you will have seen that Wieser Books sent me three tarot decks in the middle of October to review. This is the last of those tarot decks and I am excited to share this one with all of you. The other two decks, The Radiant Tarot and The Relative Tarot, used traditional imagery and followed the Raider-Waite structure. Wanderer's Tarot by Casey Zabala only somewhat follows this format. The deck includes the traditional Major Arcana, but the Minor Arcana uses the elements as the focus of the cards, and the Court cards feature the Philospher, Goddess, Prophet, and Wanderer. I really liked this approach and felt that this would be a great deck to combine with studying the elements and connect with them on a deeper level.

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Each suit of Minor Arcana features 14 cards, Ace through King, using traditional elemental symbols as the inspiration for the cards. The suits include Feathers (Fire), Knives (Air), Moons (Water), and Stones (Earth). I love that Feathers and Knives are 'mixed' up, just like Swords and Wands are in traditional tarot. This was originally done to protect the original meaning of the cards (keep silent). I love the simplistic imagery on these cards, which are black with white line drawings. I think this helps focus the mind on the card, canceling out excess visual noise and allowing your intuition to take hold as you enter an altered state of consciousness.

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The cards are rather sturdy like those I have previously reviewed, but are very slick in comparison. This makes handling the cards more difficult, but I am sure after use they will be easier to play with. The edges feature a beautiful silver which adds a touch of magic to the cards.

Unfortunately, the deck I received did not come with a guidebook, so I cannot speak on the book. The basic deck comes with a single-page insert that gives a very basic overview of each card, the suits, and numerology.

If you are interested in this midnight deck, Wanderer's Tarot by Cassie Zabala is available now!


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