Tarot of the Sorceress. $26.95.
A Witch’s Wheel of the Year
Discover concealed oracle messages and bring to light your hidden depths with this deck. Taking inspiration from pagan spirituality, this deck revolves around the seasonal festivals, sabbats, and solar events that comprise the wheel of the year. Additionally, it pays homage to the rituals encompassing the four elements of air, water, fire and earth.
The Major Arcana cards embrace the great movements of the wheel of the year. The Minor Arcana are tools in the service of the Major, depicting sabbats, seasons, moon cycles, sacred figures, constellations, planets, crystals and plants. Each element has its own force, but together the cards take on different symbols.
This striking tarot, with it’s beautiful black and white illustrations and metallic highlights, reflects the magical and mystical world. It can be used for divination or during rituals.
- 78-card, fully-illustrated deck
- Accompanying guidebook
Created by Berengere Demoncy.
About the Tarot:
The tarot cards are playing cards mainly used for divination purposes. Invented in the 1430s, the tarot spread originated in Italy, and quickly spread throughout the rest of Europe. Practitioners use the cards to gain insight into the past, present, and future, using their intuition to apply the meaning of the cards to particular situations. Although tarot is a structured form of cartomancy, many readers branch out and develop their own unique methods of reading.
The most recognizable tarot deck is the Rider-Waite-Smith, published in 1909. Today, many tarot creators choose to follow the Rider format and adhere to tradition, although the imagery may be modernized.