|J. R. Rivera||
The title on this tarot deck says it all. Really, it does! The Fairytale Tarot (illustrated by Lisa Hunt and published by Llewellyn). Since a tarot deck is composed of 78 cards, in the fairytale tarot, you get 78 fairy tales. You get popular tales from, Snow White, Sleeping Beauty, and Jack and the Beanstalk. You also get fairy tales from a lesser know such as, Tatter hood, Ricky the Tuft, and The Three Animal Kinds. The companion book for this deck of cards feature fairy tales that are featured in all 78 cards as well as their assigned meanings to the cards. I feel that this is the tarot deck that Mother Goose should ever use to read fortunes (lol).
Wizards!, Wizards!, Harry Potter?... Yes, the Wizards Tarot (which some believe was inspired by Harry Potter). If so, be it. The Wizards tarot takes you to the world or realms of wizards, where you will discover and learn about how wizards work. The deck features such beautiful CG (computer generated) art that is so friendly and soft on the eyes. This deck is truly magical in its own and special way. The characters are friendly and the deck shows no violence or gruesome imagery. The companion book is very insightful and gives a few simple spells to better your life or perception. Again, for those who love Harry Potter, will love this deck.
Gnomes! Such friendly little creatures they are, and they are here to invite you to enter their magical world of unlimited possibilities. I'll wrap this up and put it in simple terms, if you own the Universal Waite Tarot deck, then you know what to expect in art form. The illustrations in this deck are made from color pencils which are very subtle and gentle on the eyes but yet lure you with their radiance that renders you restless and want to see all 78 of the cards over and over again. The deck has no nudity nor violence. This deck is by far very friendly, even for toddlers.
Welcome to the world of fairies who are Celtic in all possible aspects. One of Lo Scarabeo's most popular decks among fairy lovers. Yes, Tarot of the Celtic Fairies. This deck is magical and it emantes a world of fantasy and illusion. Each fairy tells you a story, a background of endless possibilities. Not only do you get pretty looking faeries, you also get grumpy and moody fairies. You get fairies following the face faces maiden, mother, crone, and hag. Some faeries are mean and some nice. Over all, this little creatures want to pave the way to finding whatever it is that you are looking for. The cards have no violence and gore. Some male fairies are semi clothed, but nothing explicit. This deck idealist for young fairy lovers.
Well, what can be said about this pretty deck? Other than it screams elegance? Softer and gentle as a ball of yarn? Yes, it's all of those. The Baroque Bohemian Cats' Tarot (created by Karen Mahony and Alex Uvolok and published by Magic Realist Press) is very gentle on the eyes and soft on the intuition. The images are not violent or gruesome at all. All the characters in this tarot deck seem to have a "happy" story to tell. But this cats have a wardrobe to die for (lol). This tarot deck is idealist for cat lovers and those to are big into the Victorian era.
Well, what do we have here... A deck with beautiful people? A deck with super models? If the characters in this cards could emerge from the cards, they'd be walking and working up the catwalk and posing for the cameras in their elegant clothing and built and lanky bodies. Please welcome the Fenestra Tarot. This deck is highly appropriate for all ages. Despite the characters being gorgeous, they give adolescence a boost of good self-esteem with their kind messages. This folks are more than your regular high school friends, they are your mentors. Beauty is hectic to attain, but this characters will show you way you can achieve inner and outer beauty as well as how to see the world as beautiful as you are.
Welcome to the animal kingdom where every animal is going to give you advice and guidance to following a better path for yourself and for your future. Tarot of the Animal Lords. In this deck you all kinds of beautiful animals. From feathered one, to furry ones, to ones with scales, and ones with reptile skin. The cards in this deck surround themselves with nature and collaborate with other animals from their kingdom. When working with this deck, think about going to the zoo and visiting all the animals. This creatures tell a story about their personal experience. Of course, one connection that you can make with this animals is the gift of intuition and instinct. Remember, this animals live in the wild and have to fend for themselves as well as their small ones.
Oh oui, la joie de vivre. Vous ne le pense pas mon ami? Aimeriez-vous une vie remplie de joie? (Oh yes, the joy of living. You don't think so my friend? Wouldn't you like a life filled with joy?) Yes, this is the Joie de Vivre Tarot (illustrated by Paulina Cassidy and published by US Games Inc.) as sweet and romantic as French sounds when spoken and sang to you, this deck sound just about the same. The art and characters in the cards seem like they are embracing your skin with silk and velvet fabrics. As if they are brushing you hair with the softest brush there is. Where their messages are bliss and pure in heart. In this deck you get cute and lovable animals of all sorts. This deck is literally rated G in all aspects. It's an outstanding deck for those who love soft and sweet things. The animals speak, "Viens avec nous, laissez-nous vous éclairer façon." (Come with us, let us enlighten you way).
Come here...! Yes you...! Let's take a ride on a fantastical voyage and interact with fantastical creatures. They are waiting for you. Nothing but good things can be said about the Fantastical Creatures Tarot (illustrated by Lisa Hunt, written by DJ Conway, and published by US Games Inc.). Each creature in this deck is magical. You get mythical creatures such as gargoyles, sea dragons, wise cats and snakes. This deck also includes deities from all cultures such as, Hindu Goddess Kali, Aztec God Quetzalcoatl, and Greek Goddess Circe. Also, included in this deck are a Vampire and Werewolf. Don't pass on this deck. The creatures in this deck speak volumes.