Tarot cards are everywhere these days Tarot is a great tool to help you become your best self, whether that means helping you find love or taking a look at the upcoming year. Tarot cards have become so popular, that there are so many different kinds of decks. There’s a deck out there for every kind of person.
Traditional Rider-Waite Tarot Deck
This is the most familiarised deck of the lot. Originally published in 1909, the Rider-Waite deck has served as an inspiration for all decks following. Every modern tarot deck today was modelled after the imagery and concept of this deck right here. If you prefer to buy a Rider-Waite that is attributed to the artist (Pamela Coleman Smith) and has more muted colours, try the Smith-Waite tarot deck.
The Modern Witch Tarot Deck
“For people who find the traditional Rider-Waite to be trite, this one is a perfect substitute,” Bristol says. “It’s the perfect combination of fun-but-traditional imagery.
Pagan Otherworlds Tarot Deck
Rossetto appreciates the deck for it’s Renaissance inspiration. “The theme of the deck is the pagan world and nature,” she says. “The feeling is to have in your hands a timeless deck, which combines the contemporary world with the ancient one.”
Mystic Mondays Tarot: A Deck for the Modern Mystic
A tarot deck with a modern spin is what you’ll find in the Mystic Mondays deck. Reviews for this deck rave about its holographic edges and thick card stock.
Moonchild Tarot Deck
This is another modern tarot deck, one that Rossetto appreciates for its contemporary interpretation. “It is certainly an excellent meditation deck, and besides the ancient references from which the author seems to have taken inspiration, I see an almost dreamlike narrative path. It is as if we were inside the dreams of the Major Arcana.”