The Wickwillow Tarot is designed to transcend any particular theme, and offer deep symbolism without being too esoteric. It has 78 colourful cards, loosely based on stained glass and mosaic art. They're also borderless and without numbers, titles, or other distractions.
Tarot Deck - 78 Cards - Self Published 2013
Wickwillow Tarot review by Tabitha Dial
The Wickwillow Tarot fits comfortably in the palm. Its images resemble stained glass or mandalas, giving it a clear potential as a meditation tool. This Tarot radiates intent, and has a few unique features -- Hal Weeks designated the Knights as Heroes and instead of Pages, he has brought Princesses to the court, like other designers before him.
This beautiful deck has details that make it a great addition to any Tarot collection, like those on The Fool, who enters the mouth of a great snake, Balance, (Justice), who belly dances under scales, and the Five of Cups, with its bubbly concoction.
Rising, or the Judgment card, is an extraordinary and deceptively simple car... read more reviews.
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More About These CardsName: Wickwillow Tarot
Creators: Hal Weeks
Publisher: Self Published 2013
Deck Type: Tarot Deck
Major Arcana: 22
Minor Arcana: 56
Deck Tradition: Rider-Waite-Smith
Minor Arcana Style: Unique Scenes With Suit Symbols
Card Size: 2.50 x 3.50 in. = 6.35cm x 8.89cm
Card Back: Reversible
Back Design: Multi-coloured, multi-point star in the centre, surrounded by four green, brown and yellow segments
Companion Material: Quick Start Guide in PDF format