Do you use tarot cards? If yes, do you have a favourite deck? What is it? Why do you like it?
Thoth. and we'll stick to the mundane, it has excellent art work.
It denotes someone who can make a positive influence or move things positively for u .
A masculine figure of authority
Besides, picture is positive
I have been a reader of tarot for 20 years now. I have many decks and like each of them for different reasons.
The artwork is not important to me, but there is an attraction towards certain decks because of the art.
I like a deck that has good imagery/symbology regardless of the art. Each deck has a different way of expression
Some of the decks I use more than others are the Fey, Legends, Voyager, Ancestrial Path.... And then some.
Depending on the question being asked, I will choose the deck most suited for the question, the person, and what my intuition says to me.
I enjoy tarot and the wisdom it presents. I like doing readings for others and helping them find some sort of direction when they are feeling lost or helpless in a situation.
I use Tarot of the Sweet Twilight and Fey. These were not my first choices. I actually considered them kind of fluffy.. I would prefer to read really well with the Deviant Moon but alas... That is not to be.
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by Iontach 7 years ago
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by Iontach 2 years ago
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by Elena 7 years ago
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