Tarot Deck Reviews
We use the following decks for Goddess Flight Tarot Readings.
Choose from any of the following tarot card decks for any tarot reading you order. Find the tarot deck that fits
your style, or try a variety of decks to match the type of reading you want. Below are sample High Priestess
tarot cards and brief reviews of each deck you can choose. You can also select the link to purchase the deck
through our Amazon.com store.
The Aquarian Tarot by David Palladini was published in 1970. It can be described as having an Art Deco style
using muted natural grey tones and spots of color and movement. The Major Arcana and Court cards are more pronounced
and detailed. The imagery is somewhat medieval. Some imagery strays from the traditional Waite deck, but it
is more similar in imagery than not.
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Tarot of the Cloisters was created by Michelle Leavitt in 1998. However, it can be hard to find. The images
are similar to the Rider Waite deck, but a stained glass effect is added and each tarot card if round, not
square. Although round, Tarot of the Cloisters is not a feminist deck like the Motherpeace deck. Each card
is designed to mimic stained-glass windows found in cloisters, which were buildings adjacent to 12th century
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This deck was designed by Gareth Knight and Sander Littel in the early 1960s. The style uses clean lines and
bright large colors. The Minor Arcana cards are simple using only cups, wands, swords or disks as a focus.
The drawings of people on the Court cards look somewhat rudimentary. Out of print.
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Morgan Greer Tarot
Designed by Bill Greer under the direction of Lloyd Morgan. Published in 1979. A good starter deck like the
Rider Waite deck. The Morgan Greer deck has powerful imagery in rich and lush colors with good use of symbolism.
Many people find the artwork easy to relate to. The Court cards have realistic-looking people. This deck is
unique because the art work covers the whole face of the card with no white border like most cards have.
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The Motherpeace deck as created by Vicki Noble and Karen Vogel in the late 1970s/early 1980s. The art looks
as though it was created by indigenous peoples, is bright and on round cards. The Motherpeace deck is considered
a feminist deck. It changes the Hanged Man to Hanged One and the Hermit to the Crone. The Court cards are changed
to Daughters, Sons, Priestesses and Shamans. This deck has definite Goddess and Shamanistic mythic imagery.
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Native American Tarot
The Native American tarot deck was created by Magda Weck Gonzalez and illustrated by J. A. Gonzalez. The suits
consist of shields, vessels, blades, and pipes. The imagery and symbolism draws on many tribes. The art is
skilled and many cards are revealing of the cultures. The cards show scenes from daily life and folklore.
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Rider Waite Tarot
There are several versions of the Rider Waite tarot deck because of its age. This is considered the first deck
& many call it a great starter deck for a new tarot reader. Most decks created are based on this deck with
variations. The card images are heavy in symbolism with traditional court cards. The Rider Waite deck is the
first deck to have complete pictures for each of the Minor Arcana cards, rather than just the suit symbols.
Each card in the deck tells a story that beginners can usually interpret on image alone.
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Sacred Rose Tarot
The Sacred Rose tarot deck was created by Johanna Gargiulo-Sherman in 1982. The cards have bright bold colors
and are filled with forest imagery, flowers, nymphs, fairies and other creatures. The deck also incorporates
Byzantine icons and medieval stained glass window imagery. It also uses some Qabbalistic symbolism in some
cards. The Sacred Rose tarot deck is also a good beginner's deck.
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The Swiss tarot deck was first published in 1831. The colors are red, blue, green yellow, black and white.
And the suit cards do not have scenes, only suit images. The Swiss deck is simple in coloration, but many of
the images hark back to the first tarot deck images and contain ancient mythological imagery which is powerful.
There is an English and French version of this deck.
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The Ukiyoe (pronounced ookee-yoh-eh) tarot deck was created by Koji Furuta in 1980. The word Ukiyoe is a Buddhist
term meaning "floating world." It is a Japanese deck with exquisite artwork and imagery. This deck
is done in traditional Japanese woodblock style from the Tokagawa period of Japanese history. The deck art
is detailed and vivid. The card numbers are in English and Japanese. The Ukiyoe deck Minor Arcana suit cards
are mostly focused on the suit images with some pretty background imagery.
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How to Choose a Tarot Deck
How do you choose a tarot deck? The simple and straight to the point answer is to choose the deck that you like the best.
Go with your intuition or your gut instinct. Or, just choose the tarot deck you find the most visually pleasing. If all
of this is too much pressure, let the tarot reader choose for you. She will get an intuitive guidance on which deck is
best for your reading.
What if I want to buy a deck for personal use?
If you are thinking about buying a tarot deck of your own, the same rules apply. Go with the deck you seem to be drawn to.
Do not get the deck you think you should get; get the deck you truly want to get. Here are some tips to consider before
buying a deck: How much money do you want to spend? Look around at what types of decks are out there. View the art on sample
cards to see if you connect with the images. Consider if the size and shape of the tarot cards will work for you. Think
about what you will use the cards for and if the deck will fit your needs.