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Whilst there is some debate on whether one should buy a tarot deck for themselves or whether, in keeping with tradition, it should be given to them by someone else, it all comes down to the very fact that for a deck to be meaningful, it must resonate with you personally. If you want to purchase a deck for you – go for it – and let it be one that you feel a connection with. Perhaps, you would prefer to stick with tradition and gift one to someone close to you, and if that’s the case, you are sure to find something special in this wondrous list of beautiful tarot decks and tarot themed things.
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Golden Thread Tarot (minimalist, gold foil on matte recycled plastic)
The Marigold Tarot (Panjabi imagery, a deck rooted in life, death and gold)
The Threads of Fate (gender neutral language, multi-layered messaging)
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The Lovely Omens Tarot Deck (magick wands, teacups and mugs, cats, and swords, in pink, black and white)
The Wild Unknown Tarot Deck and Guidebook (Official Keepsake Box Set) (Spare, minimalist drawings, exploring the mysteries of the natural world and the animal kingdom.)
Tarot themed finds to immerse you further:
Traveling Tarot: Juniper Backpack
Modern Tarot by Michelle Tea is an easy and modern comprehensive guide to learning Tarot. Each card includes an personal anecdote and spell to help cement each card in your memory!
I hope you have seen a deck here that catches your eye and pulls you in – there are so many amazing decks out there with such beautiful designs, that I’m certain there is one for each and every one of you! If it hasn’t happened yet, then in the mean time, you can immerse yourself in Tarot inspired art, beauty, and wears.