Over on YouTube today by request, I share some of my favorite tarot decks as a collector with an eye toward art (not a practitioner.)

In this video, I talk about why I collect tarot cards, four of my favorite decks, who I go to for my life-changing tarot readings, and some other extra fun tidbits, like if I were to commission a tarot deck, which artists I’d go to!

I really didn’t think I’d have much to talk about, but somehow this video is almost half an hour long! I imagine people think that because I have written about art inspired by the occult or arcane and esoteric practices, I myself am a practitioner of some of these things, but I am not, really. I pick up the odd tidbit of information here and there, but it’s something that fascinates me more in theory than practice. Just a heads up!

Mentioned in today’s video…

🗝 Sister Temperance Tarot 
🗝 Tarot of the Cat People
🗝 Aquarian tarot 
🗝 Phantasmagoric Theatre tarot (out of print, but you can find it for $$$)
🗝 Bohemian Gothic tarot
🗝 Oliver Hibert tarot
🗝 Leonora Carrington tarot
🗝 Poesis Oracle deck
🗝 Clunky Picnic Oracle deck
🗝 Leonora Carrington: Surrealism, Alchemy and Art
🗝 Pamela Coleman Smith 
🗝 My review of Mme Moriarty Misfortune Teller from BPAL
🗝 Ars Inspiratio collection from BPAL 
🗝 My review of Niki de Saint Phalle perfume
🗝 Caitlin McCarthy
🗝 Becky Munich
🗝 Anna Mond
🗝 Rebecca Chaperon
🗝 Alex Eckman-Lawn
🗝 Karen Kuykendall’s Cat People from the Outer Regions essay at Thespiai


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