A few days ago Chloe from Inner whispers posted a video on Youtube which was called: Divination 3x3x3 Tag. In this video she shared with us her three favorite Tarot decks, Oracle decks and other forms of divination. At first I thought this is not for me, since I don’t like to talk in English and especially not on YouTube. Writing on my blog feels entirely different, much less vulnerable. So then I thought why not make some pictures of my favorite decks and share them here:
Because it was already extremely difficult to pick three decks from each category, the decks I will show you are in random order.
My 3 favorite Tarot decks:
The Original Rider Waite Tarot by A. E. Waite, Pamela Colman-Smith
I had to pick an RW because it has the imagery I can always fall back to. It is the system with which I’ve start out my tarot journey. This version appeals to me the most. Not only for its color scheme but also for the feel and smell of the cardstock.
The Druidcraft tarot by Philip and Stephanie Carr-Gomm and artist Will Worthington
After a long period without tarot this is the deck that brought me back to this deep felt passion of mine. I love the West European feel of it. It feels close to home for me. And of course the art is amazing, as all will’s art is.
The Wild Unknown Tarot by Kim Krans.
Although I own this deck for only about fourteen I already am so in love with this deck. It reads very intuitively and I am sure we will bond perfectly together
My 3 favorite Oracle decks:
The Tao Oracle by by Ma Deva Padma
I’ve bought this oracle because I was already in love with the Osho Zen tarot but these cards exceeded my expectations. The images are so beautiful and diverse. The deck covers every aspect of life; the dark and light. For now I use it only as an oracle but you can also chose to read it according to the I Ching system which I am not familiar with (yet).
The Sacred Rebels Oracle by Alana Fairchild, Autumn Sky Morrison
This is my favorite Oracle deck ever. It somehow makes me feel as if this deck is made especially for me. It came to me in a period I needed this deck very much and it has given me already so many wonderful messages
The Goddess Inspiration Oracle by Kris Waldherr
I love the fact this deck has 80 cards: so many aspects of the Divine Feminine in one deck. It is an easy deck to work with: just pull a card and you will get an empowering affirmation from one of the many goddesses from all over the world. I use this deck very often.
My 3 favorite other forms of divination
My DIY runes
These 24 pebbles are my doorway to the realm of divination. They have opened doors for me I never knew existed. Recently I’ve start using them again and I love the honest and raw energy they have.
The Celtic Lenormand by Chloe McCracken, Will Worthington
I’ve waited so long for this deck to be published and now I am so happy it is finally home with me. Besides using it for divination it has already become my main deck for creating magic. I love it how the images, as small as they are, really draw you in.
The Enchanted Lenormand Oracle by Caitlin Matthews, Virginia LeeWhile waiting for the Celtic Lenormand this lovely deck came to my attention and it has become one of my favorites to. The images are lovely and solely based on the symbol. So a good counterpart for the more intuitive Celtic Lenormand.
I hoped you enjoyed my take on this 3x3x3 tag.
What are you favorite decks? Please share or leave the link to your participation to this tag in the comments.