Our Reviewers at Aeclectic Tarot

We have thousands of tarot and oracle reviews at Aeclectic Tarot, and every one was written and submitted by a real tarot reader who held the deck in their hands and then wrote their own review.

Interested in reviewing decks for Aeclectic? Contact us.

Our main tarot reviewers are...

Kate Hill

Kate Hill, also known as Solandia, is the founder, owner and editor of Aeclectic Tarot and the Tarot Forum. She has been reading tarot cards for over thirty years, and has a collection of over 700 individual tarot, oracle and Lenormand decks.

She has personally written reviews of over 200 different decks, and researched and rated thousands more (every deck listed on Aeclectic, in fact!).

Her favourite decks are the Vision Quest Tarot, Rider-Waite Tarot and the Tarot of the New Vision.


Medusawink first came across tarot cards at the age of 4 when she discovered Eden Gray's The Tarot Revealed in her mother's bookshelves. She was enthralled by the mysterious images.

As she grew up, Medusawink became interested in the occult, particularly fortune-telling and divination. She was given a Marseille Tarot in her mid-teens followed shortly after by her first Rider Waite Smith deck.

At the age of 17 she started doing tarot readings - initially for friends then branching out into professional consultations, which she continues to this day. She has written more than 150 reviews for Aeclectic Tarot and has over 300 decks in her collection.

Bonnie Cehovet

Bonnie Cehovet is a Certified Tarot Grand Master, a professional Tarot reader with over thirty years experience, a Reiki Master and Teacher, and a published author of Tarot and other self-help books.

She has written dozens of reviews of both tarot cards and tarot books, and many of them are published here at Aeclectic. Her website is at BonnieCehovet.com.

About Our Reviews

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