Pagan & Wiccan Tarot Decks
Tarot cards and oracle decks for Wiccans, Pagans and Witches, based upon the nature religions and spirituality of Wicca, Paganism and Witchcraft.
The Alchemist's Spell Tarot is part of the Complete Wish Granting Kit, which is designed for psychic tarot readings in conjunction with 154 spells. The 22 stunning major arcana cards come with a list of spells on the backs.
The Book of Shadows Tarot is the first volume in a two volume deck set conceptualised by tarot expert, Barbara Moore. This is the 'as above' deck, focusing on universal and divine energies, while the second will be 'so below' and concentrate on everyday human experiences.
This Book of Shadows Tarot is the second deck in the unique two volume Book of Shadows kit. This is the 'So Below' deck, concentrating on the magical energies that surround us in everyday life.
The Chrysalis Tarot is a 78-card deck of luminous, detailed paintings with a Pagan feel and rich symbolism from author Toney Brooks and artist Holly Sierra. A beautiful and unique stand-alone deck, it takes a new and non-traditional approach to tarot, with new archetypes in the majors and new illustrations in the minors and court cards.
Learn the tales and legends of Old Ireland in the Faery Wicca Tarot. Based on the modern Faery tradition of the nature based Wiccan religion, the artwork is bright with primary colours but rather attractive.
The Fellowship of the Fool Tarot has 78 lush and lively watercolour cards, reflecting the life of and worlds travelled by the artist. The deck blends Paganism and realm of fantasy with 21st century life. It's been self-published and is available from the artist.
The Glastonbury Tarot is a mix of Arthurian, Pagan and Christian influence, and the myths, history, traditions and residents of the small town/sacred site of Glastonbury, England, form the basis of this brilliantly-coloured tarot deck.
The Jolanda Tarot is a reprint of the Swedish Witch Tarot, named after the magickal name of the creator, Jolanda den Tredjes. This version has purple instead of grey borders around the line art illustrations.
The Pagan Lenormand Oracle is the first-Pagan oriented Lenormand deck, where the traditional symbols have been re-interpreted to show Pagan diversity, symbology and beliefs. It's from Gina Pace, who also created the Pagan Tarot.
The Pagan Tarot (Tarot 2000) is a Pagan tarot deck for the new millennium, published in Cornwall, England in 2000. The card artwork is a hand painted and quite busy style with a border of Celtic knotwork.
The Pagan Tarot, from Gina M. Pace (known as Wicce on the Internet), combines the joys and problems of everyday life with Wiccan and Pagan spirituality. The art shows Pagan scenes and is also very modern and ultra-realistic: computers feature in several cards.
Easy for beginners and tarot newcomers to use with its Rider-Waite foundation, Robin Wood's self-titled Tarot deck is also rich in Pagan symbolism. The illustrations in this popular deck are attractive, and brightly but not harshly coloured.
Based on the Celtic Pagan perspective, the Sacred Circle Tarot uses photographs of sacred sites, as well as traditional plant and animal associations from Ancient Britain. The artwork is a mixture of hand drawings, photography, and computer generated images which doesn't always blend well, but overall the deck is quite charming.
The Sensual Wicca Tarot explores sex and sexuality through the Wiccan belief system. The card illustrations generally have a Rider-Waite foundation, reinterpreted to be multicultural and Wicca. Not every card has erotic imagery, but of those that do, be warned - some verge on being X rated.
Shapeshifting is the taking on of animal identity during trance. The Shapeshifter Tarot is a beautifully mystical and expressive deck from a very talented artist, depicting a system with its roots in Paganism and European shamanism.
The Silver Witchcraft Tarot merges tarot with modern pagan symbolism and magickal understanding. Illustrated in deep, atmospheric colour, it has a multicultural cast of robed characters set in glorious nature-based scenes. The 78 borderless cards are enhanced by silver metallic edges, and there's also a companion book by Barbara Moore.
El Tarot de las Brujas is a Spanish deck (the title translates as the Tarot of the Witches). It has 28 cards, 21 of which correspond to the major arcana, and the other 7 show tools common to Witchcraft and are interspersed through the other majors.
The Tarot for Hip Witches is a youthful 78-card deck and book set full of young and beautiful witches. The tarot images from the Witchy Tarot are bright, colourful and somewhat non-traditional. There is also a small companion book.
The Tarot of Pagan Cats sees the tarot from a cat's eye view. Based on the Rider-Waite symbolism, the pagan connection is subtle and the cards show cats behaving as natural felines in familiar tarot scenes.
The Tarot of the Druids is inspired by ancient Irish traditions and divinities, and Celtic life and culture. The images are cartoonish and somewhat comical.
The Tarot of the Old Path draws on a number of cultural outlooks and is intended for Pagan Tarot readers. Well known Wiccans, the Farrars and Margot Adler, also assisted the creators.
Published in Japan but titled in English, the cards of the Tarot of Wicca are a computer-generated style and have an emphasis on nudity.
The Waking the Wild Spirit Tarot is a whimsical, non-traditional deck, the tarot imagery has been recreated as a mix of fairy tales and the natural world. The card art is animated and vital and the deck as a whole approachable and friendly. While the Llewellyn edition is no longer in print, decks are available from Poppy Palin.
The Well Worn Path is a set of 40 cards designed around Pagan teachings and depicting tools, deities, concepts and rituals. It's especially for Pagan, Wiccans and Witches and can be used for divination, meditation, or in rituals.
The Wheel of the Year Tarot is a Pagan-oriented deck that "ushers us through the four seasons—a passage of time marked by hope, abundance, reflection, and rebirth—and reminds us of our indelible connection to the earth".
The Wicca Pack is an oracle deck with 42 cards, pleasantly illustrated with Gods and Goddesses, ritual implements, stages of development, and symbols of the Wiccan faith. The set comes with a 128-page companion book.
The 32 Wiccan Cards are specially designed to be an easy introduction to Wicca and show symbols from Pagan life. Pleasantly, the cards have minimal text and thin borders, the less to distract from the images.
The Witches Picture Book is a 79-card deck of Traditional Witchcraft, and draws on symbolism from the Mabimogi, Merlin and Graal mythologies. It's intended to present the Tarot as an artistic map to a moving magical system. The deck is complete but as yet unpublished.
The Witches Tarot overlays natural Pagan symbols on the traditional tarot structure to create a visually attractive deck. Created by practicing garden Witch and Llewellyn author, Ellen Dugan (who also wrote the excellent companion book) and digitally illustrated by Mark Evans.
The Witchlings Deck and Book Set is a charming little kit from Paulina Cassidy, linking her 40 witchy characters with magick and spell crafting. Each card has a different witchling and her positive guidance printed below. The deck is illustrated in Paulina's unique style and comes with a full companion book.
Ostensibly a Wiccan-oriented Tarot, The Witchy Tarot is full of cutely drawn long-legged Witchy stereotypes. There are plenty of pointy hats and broomsticks in this Tarot deck for teenagers.