The Secret Path in Tarot

A useful technique to add to your Tarot tool box of skills is looking for a Secret Path between the cards. This is an idea that I first heard about years ago in a book called The Secret Language of Tarot by Ruth and Wald Amberstone. A Secret Path is where you can link the symbolism of one card directly Read more…

Secret Language of Tarot R & W Amberstone

The Aquarian Tarot | US Games

The Lovers VI | Aquarian Tarot | David Palladini |
My acquisitive quest for tarot decks is on an enforced go-slow at the moment and as a result, I am diving back in to some old decks that have fallen off my tarot rota.
Today I wanted to chat about the Aquarian Tarot by David Palladini.
The deck was originally published in 1970 (Morgan Press) and the version that I have is a later version from US Games.
I loved the brand Biba in the 70s (still do!) and everything about The Palladini Tarot deck reminds me of that same stylised Art Deco feel with a 70s twist. It’s a full 78-card RWS-style deck with Strength as VIII and Justice at XI.