A Black Lives Matter solidarity statement from TABI’s current Chair, and a Black empowerment guide to Tarot decks.
Larry Gregg unboxes and gives his first impressions of TABI’s own self-published Major Arcana tarot deck.
Juli investigates how “if something’s too good to be true then it usually is” applies to cheap tarot decks.
Pyronik reviews The Light Seer’s Tarot by Chris-Anne Donnelly, published by Hay House.
ClaraZ reviews the new Mystical Dream Tarot by Janet Piedilato and Tom Duxbury, published by Eddison Books.
Magenta shares her experience trying out the unique suits found in the Favole Tarot.
Katalin Patnaik reviews the independently published Darkwater Tarot by James Douglas.
Leah Crowley reviews The Witches’ Oracle Deck by Sally Morningstar, published October 2019 by Eddison Books.
WRITTEN BY: NIC Nic has been a member and volunteer for TABI for a little while now and loves a good, quirky deck. Here is the new deck to the collection – Tarot Del Fuego. The first thing that I should say is that I have had my fair share of “no-nonsense” decks. As much […]
WRITTEN BY: PYRONIK Pyronik is relatively new in her tarot journey (read about her tarot beginnings here). She is currently undergoing endorsement to become a TABI free reader and studying to become a crystal healer I finally found myself a second deck and am loving it. From the gentleness of my panda deck (click on […]