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Welcome to my new website

2020-11-19T19:03:23+00:0019 November 2020|news|

November 2020 - Welcome to my new website, yes it definitely was about time I stripped out 17 years of news and tucked it away in the archive.   I hope you find this new site easy to navigate and enjoy the content. What has changed? After the success of the UK Tarot Conference Virtual event this October, it has encouraged [...]

Kindred Spirit Tarot Review by Kim Arnold

2017-11-13T20:04:49+00:0013 November 2017|blog, news|

Delighted to receive an early copy of the November/December 2017 Kindred Spirit magazine with my reviews of 20 decks. Some decks were beautiful and easy to engage with and one or two I did find challenging, but I hope I gave a fair and accurate account of all the decks.

Meet our 2017 Speakers – Keynote Speaker: Sasha Graham

2017-07-18T14:32:08+01:0018 July 2017|blog, news|

Sasha was born just after midnight on a chilly Halloween night.  Sasha received a BA in Literature and Religion and began her work with tarot. She conceived and produced tarot events at The Metropolitan Museum of Art and The Morgan Library and brought the tarot community behind the scenes with curators and educators. Rare Visconti, Marseille and Minchiate cards along with uncut [...]

Review Victoria Frances Oracle Cards

2017-06-19T16:38:04+01:0019 June 2017|blog, news|

Artwork Victoria Frances & Book by Kim Arnold Lo Scarabeo £15.99 When I was first approached to write the accompanying book for this deck I was thrilled, however, on receiving the images initially my heart sank (stay with me), some of the images I found distressing, but I had committed to write, so no turning back. Working with this deck [...]

Review: The Good Tarot by Colette Baron-Reid

2017-04-17T10:57:00+01:0017 April 2017|blog, news|

Hay House My first impression of this deck is that it is half way between a Tarot and Oracle deck. There are 78 cards, and the suits are divided in to Earth, Air, Fire and Water. My initial curiosity was to flick through the cards to find Death and as I thought, no Death but Transformation.  The borderless cards are [...]

The Arnold’s go to Prague

2017-04-12T13:16:29+01:0012 April 2017|blog, news|

A couple of years ago it was decided that instead of buying Grandma a Christmas present we would travel to a European city and have a few days away, last year we went to Berlin, this year Prague. We drove to Grandma’s the night before, Martin as always equipped for travel, had his supply of clear see through bags as [...]

Review: The Wisdom Seekers Tarot by David Fontana

2017-04-10T10:04:13+01:0010 April 2017|blog, news|

Published by Watkins £14.99 The first thing that struck me about this deck is the quality, beautifully packaged and designed with a vibrant orange theme, it certainly stands out from the crowd. On opening an 80 page booklet it provides a good amount of information about each card. Also pages are dedicated to a brief history on Tarot, the definition of what [...]

The Tarot Coloring Book by Theresa Reed

2017-03-27T10:33:55+01:0027 March 2017|blog, news|

Over the last couple of years colouring books for adults have flooded the market.  I know  this because I have had quite a collection given to me as presents, but the luxury of spending a couple of hours of colouring is quite a way down on my list at the moment.  Anyway I digress.   This lovely book popped through the [...]

Tarot Collection for Sale lots of OOP!

2017-02-26T15:47:36+00:0026 February 2017|blog, news|

The Witches Tarot Ellen Cannon Reed SOLD Edition 2000 used /Good condition, little wear on box  £     55.00 Dark Angels Tarot Dark Angels Lo Scarabeo 2010 cards excellent box well handles but good condition  £     15.00 Universal Goddess Tarot Universal Goddess Lo Scarabeo 2006 Cards excellent box worn LWB front cover slightly screwed  £     10.00 Tarot of Jane Austen SOLD [...]

Three yes Three Reviews

2016-12-07T15:38:56+00:007 December 2016|blog, news|

Tarot made Easy by Barbara Moore Illustrated by Eugene Smith (Llewellyn) It was with some delight I received the Tarot Made Easy deck to review as I like RW style decks. Also, I am always looking for new decks to use in my tarot classes. On unsealing this deck I realised it is a revamped version of Llewellyn’s Classic Tarot [...]

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