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This site has been designed in three main areas - the first for people curious or interested in Tarot, and wanting a simple reading ... the second for people who give readings (or are learning to) and might find some of the facilities useful; and the third? ...anything else.


First area

You can have a reading for whatever question you wish to ask with...
  • A choice of decks and spread...
    The interpretations are very short and are based on the classic Rider Waite / Colman-Smith interpretations as shown in the "little white book" that comes supplied with the deck
  • The Rider Waite/Colman Smith deck, using Joan Bunning's interpretations.
  • MacGregor Mathers interpretations
  • Joan Bunning's interpretations as provided in her "Learning The Tarot" book and online course
  • The Aura-Soma Tarot. Use all 100 of Phyllis Mahon's cards, published in 1979 with 2 Major Arcanas, or use just a particular section.
  • The 97-card Minchiate deck,
    The Minchiate Tarot extends the usual Tarot decks by including cards that represent the astrological houses, four elements and additional trump cards. This rare form of Tarot is the product of the Italian Renaissance, and, after being relatively obscure for the last 2 centuries, is rapidly gathering users in our time.
  • The Greenwood Tarot deck.
    The Greenwood Tarot by Chesca Potter and Mark Ryan uses pre-Celtic British religious symbols, such as images of animals, landmarks and Gods such as the Green Man, for divination purposes. The "Wheel of Life" and "Bow" spreads specific to the Greenwood Tarot are given, as well as the more common spreads.
  • The Tarot of the Crone.
    This striking and powerful deck, by Ellen Lorenzi-Prince, is based on the ancient holy one who is grandmother, witch and hag. She has been ignored, trivialized, blamed and feared, for she holds powers that others deny - powers of time and transformation; these are powers we may fear, but would do better to understand.
  • The Blue Moon, major arcana deck.
    This beautiful deck, by Julia Cuccia-Watts, follows both the solar Cross Quarter Days as well as lunar cycles. The interpretations and detail given by Julia for the cards drawn are extensive and help you find your own meanings in the cards.
  • The Intuitive Tarot.
    The images are clear, dynamic, and highly original, enabling the newcomer to interpret the meanings with accuracy. Equally, more experienced Tarot workers will enjoy their power and connection to the inner worlds.
  • The Maat Tarot - Julie Cuccia Watts beautiful deck, with Julie's interpretations.
  • Emily Carding's Transparent Tarot. The spreads offered enable you to overlay, and/or resize the cards.
  • A 3D-style 27-card "cubic" spread, using the 22 Major Arcana using the ascriptions of Carlo Suarès derived from the Sefer Yetzirah/Book of Formation, linked to the BOTA meanings for the Majors. The displays can be rotated to better show the relationship between the cards. The Jungian concepts of Self, Other, Sensation and Perception are plotted on the axes of Past, Present, Existence, and the Psyche. Cards can be rotated for better viewing.
  • (As above) but with the "cubic" spread's 27 Major Arcana sequence as outlined by Carlo Suarès.

Second area
Oracle Readings

Have an Oracle reading with...

  • The Anubis Oracle
    35-card Anubis Oracle deck, by Nicki Scully and Linda Star Wolf, with illustrations by Kris Waldherr. This is a guide to the inner workings of the soul, to Inner Egypt and the shamanic mysteries of Egypt that live within us.
  • Cilla Conway's Deva Creation Cards,
    a 72-card deck used to connect with intuition and the subconscious, and to the energies of creation itself.
  • The Gilgamesh Oracle

Third area
for Tarot readers
and students

Have a reading:-


Fourth area
Other stuff

Miscellaneous bits:-


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