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Favorable Fortunes for Curious Witches
A fun, practical, easy-to-use tarot kit for every witch. Charming images pair with simple explanations to make this the go-to deck for anyone seeking to learn or practice the tarot. Based on the classic Rider-Waite deck but updated for the busy modern witch, this tarot has a whimsical air while still being dedicated to the serious job of providing answers to life's tough questions. Author Deborah Blake brings her friendly, approachable style to a tarot experience that's focused on the positive.
Includes a deck with brilliant art and a full-color guidebook.
|Publisher:||Llewellyn Worldwide, LTD.|
|Product dimensions:||5.60(w) x 8.30(h) x 2.10(d)|
About the Author
Deborah Blake is the award-winning author of The Goddess is in the Details, Everyday Witchcraft, and numerous other books from Llewellyn, along with herEveryday Witch tarot deck. She has published articles in Llewellyn annuals, and her ongoing column, “Everyday Witchcraft,” is featured inWitches & Pagans .
When not writing, Deborah runs the Artisans’ Guild, a cooperative shop she founded with a friend in 1999, and also works as a jewelry maker, tarot reader, and energy healer. She lives in a 130-year-old farmhouse in rural upstate New York with various cats who supervise all her activities, magickal and mundane.She can be found online at Facebook, Twitter, andwww.deborahblakeauthor.com.
Elisabeth Alba (Western Massachusetts) is an illustrator whose work can be seen in books, magazines, andgames. She’s married to artist Scott Murphy.~
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
I love this deck! I have been using tarot for 15 years and have favorite decks, this one is now in my top three. The illustrations are a little quirky, which I love, and give a fresh perspective on several cards; I particularly like the Yoga Hierophant. Blakes interpretations of the cards reflects her fun and eccentric writing style but is also right on. After reading the other comment I checked my book for page errors and my copy is ok so I would hope that person contacts Llewellyn and gets a complete copy. I use this deck daily, it has given me a new outlook on the tarot, it is fun but also serious; I particularly like Blakes "Things to consider". I would say Blake and Alba came together spiritually and creatively to create a new classic tarot deck. I will say I have no problem leaving this review with my name but the website would not let me create a pen name thus it appears anonymously.
I recently purchased the Everyday Witch Tarot box set. The cards themselves are amazing and so is most of the book, but there's a weird printing error. In the book several pages are missing and instead replaced with reprints of previous pages. For example, pg 199 is the nine of wands, the next page should be 200 ten of wands but instead it goes to a reprint of pg 168 nine of cups, and where pg 204 knight of wands should be is a reprint of 170 page of cups, and pg 208 king of wands is replaced by a reprint of pg 176, pg 212 2 of pentacles is missing and is a reprint of pg 180 king of cups. It is very strange and I would really like the missing pages as the writing and layout of the rest of the book is great- but I am really missing out on 4 whole entries. Is it just my copy or is the entire release wonky?