Gothic Tarot Card Decks
If you're a goth girl (or guy) and you also read tarot, you'd probably love a deck of Gothic Tarot Cards like these. There are serious, dark tarot decks with a Goth theme; there are vampish Goth tarot cards; and there are cute and quirky tarot cards you'd expect to see Lydia reading in Beetlejuice. The most important aspect of any deck is how much it appeals to you in terms of art, color and design -- all of these Gothic tarot card decks are gorgeous! Take note that in some cases the interpretations have been deliberately changed and you'll want to read up on the artist's intentions before proceeding with your readings. Obviously, any card can take on a meaning specific to your own interpretation, but it's always a good idea to see what the artist had in mind first. (Note, be sure to check out the fabulous tarot card boxes and tarot card bags for storing your tarot card decks!)
The Gothic Tarot
Well known Goth artist Joseph Vargo has created a Gothic Tarot which is darkly beautiful and hauntingly designed. The colors are absolutely stunning and the drawings are mystical and hypnotic. Among the creatures you'll find are angels, gargoyles, vamps and ghosts. The deck comes with an instruction guide to help explain card meanings, spreads and interpretations. 78 cards in total and they measure 5.2 x 3.2 x 1.2 inches.
Gothic Tarot of Vampires
If you're a Goth who loves vampires, this is your deck. Manufactured by Lo Scarabeo, the Gothic Tarot of Vampires features modern day vampires who live in modern settings. Note that this deck has been restructured in terms of Arcana to relate to the lives of vampires -- what is positive in a traditional deck is not necessarily so in the world of the vampire, so do read the guide before using. These beautiful Gothic vampire tarot cards measure 4.9 x 2.8 x 1.2 inches.
Sweet Twilight Tarot
Personally, I happen to love brightly colored tarot cards and the Gothic Tarot of the Sweet Twilight is dazzling, indeed. The artwork calls out to the more sensitive type of reader, who sees every card just a tad differently with each reading, as opposed to assigning one specific reading to each card. This is a bilingual edition of cards, as well. Produced by Lo Scarabeo, these tarot cards measure 4.9 x 2.7 x 1.2 inche.