My tarot and oracle deck collection has been growing every week ever since I decided to set aside my trusty Original Rider-Waite Tarot Deck of over 10 years to explore the world of tarot deck art. My collection has been expanding at a rather healthy rate for the last decade, and I’m still finding more and more decks to add to my list of future buys. (For fellow tarot readers, it’s a Devil card moment, I know.) If you have been following over the course of the past month, I have introduced a few of my recently acquired decks, including the Dreaming Way Tarot Deck, the Tarot of Jane Austen, the Psychic Tarot Deck, and the Hansen-Roberts Tarot Deck (why did I wait so long?). I will be following up with some tarot deck reviews of each of these and more in the coming weeks, as these have all been in my regular tarot reading rotation this past month, and I’ve had exciting revelations through my readings using each of these decks.
Today, I’m happy to introduce my newest deck, the Fenestra Tarot Deck by Chatriya, published by U.S. Games Systems, Inc. As a traditional Rider-Waite tarot reader for many years, I’m always drawn to the various ways each tarot artist is able to capture and expand upon each of the original tarot images of Pamela Coleman Smith. And the Fenestra Tarot Deck translates the Rider-Waite images into very warm colors, and exquisite details. I’ve included a photo of the first spread casted with this deck in accordance with my personal traditions. I will post a full review on this deck shortly. For now, I just wanted to introduce this new deck in my tarot reading rotation. If you would like a reading using the Fenestra Tarot Deck, just let me know when you place your tarot reading order!