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How to choose your first (or next) tarot deck.

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When it came to my first tarot deck, in all honesty I was awfully picky! I wanted something colorful, but not too fancy. Something symbolic, but not too heavy on the eyes. In the end I went with the classical, beginner-friendly Rider-Waite tarot deck as my first. My second deck was one I designed myself! To this day I continue to design tarot decks I find lacking in the tarot market, as well as satisfy your desires. People and the way we connect are many and different. Your first connection with a tarot deck can happen anywhere, anytime, like love at first sight. On a holiday trip abroad. Incidental Instagram scrolling. It can also happen consciously and pragmatically, like myself....

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Are all tarot cards the same?

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Many artists take thematic twists with their visual designs on the card. Does this even matter, and can this affect your learning process? Yes, and yes! Read more about it in this week's blog post.

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What is a Rider-Waite tarot deck and where does it come from?

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Let's talk about one of the famous Tarot Deck which is especially popular with beginnersthe Rider Waite Tarot deck. In 1909, Arthur Edward Waite and Pamela Colman Smith designed and published a tarot deck. This timeless deck is commonly known as the Rider-Waite deck and is still the most popular tarot variant for both beginner and professional card readers. 

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