Wanderer's Tarot (78-Card Deck with Fold-Out Guide) (Kit)
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Born out of the desire for a tarot deck centered in feminine wisdom and elemental energy, the Wanderer’s Tarot inspires us as we face unprecedented changes and opportunities for transformation.
“These cards draw you in like nobody’s business. It’s as though this deck does a very quiet, very subtle spell on you. It draws a veil across your eyes, then unravels it, thread by thread.” —Beth Maiden, Little Red Tarot
“Inspired by nature and the cosmos, Casey Zabala’s Wanderer's Tarot is a witchier deck with an air of the darkly feminine.” —Elizabeth Krohn, Sabat magazine
- 78 heavy-weight cards with silver-gilded edges
- Deluxe hinged-lid box
- Beautifully designed inside and out
- Fold-out guide sheet
Wanderer’s Tarot is not only as a divination tool, but also as a gateway to spiritual practice, a self-care ritual, and a way to connect with your personal magic.
The cards are based on traditional tarot symbolism, which has been transmuted by the need for feminine insight and awakening. For the magical practitioner, these cards speak to our magical tools and talismans. The suites of Moons (Cups), Stones (Pentacles), Knives (Swords) and Feathers (Wands) will lead you to a deeper understanding of your personal power— emotionally, materially, mentally, and passionately.
About the Author
Casey Zabala is an artist, tarot reader, practicing witch, and living mystic. With 17 years of tarot experience, she has a studied and intuitive approach to her readings, while incorporating elements of natural magic and manifestation techniques. Casey is the founder of the Modern Witches Confluence, an educational gathering of modern witches sharing their wisdom and craft. She lives in the San Francisco Bay area. Visit her at wandererstarot.com.
“The Wanderer’s Tarot is a beautiful deck for the modern-day spiritualist, with symbolism rooted primarily in the archetypes of nature and the cosmos. When you pare back illustration to just an artist’s line art, you’ll see that artist’s soul and their philosophy of life. Zabala’s line art reveals a mystic, one who is free-spirited and instinctual. Something about her style reminds me of Henri Matisse’s expressionistic sketches.”
—Benebell Wen, author of The Holistic Tarot