Drawing upon mermaid tarot cards is a mystical, enchanting way to receive guidance in your life. There are so many wonderful and enticing styles of tarot decks available, with most practitioners owning a wide and varied collection. Whether you use tarot for your own readings or read for others, adding a mermaid deck will complement any collection.
A good deck must resonate with its owner, so if you love mermaids and tarot, read on! If you're new to tarot, read this first.
Lovely illustrations by Jane Delaford-Taylor highlight this tarot deck and guidebook by Jayne Wallace. Oceanic Tarot is especially suited to beginners because each card contains a keyword, much like oracle cards, helping to guide you toward a specific card's deeper meaning. For those more experienced, it's worth noting that the guidebook does not contain interpretations for reversals.
This is a stunning deck filled with mystical and unusual tarot illustrations, masterfully created by Julie Dillon and written by Leeza Robertson. Beautiful displays of light enhance this colorful deck, appearing as full-page illustrations in the accompanying 287-page guidebook.
Dreamy, ethereal scenes are enhanced by aqueous hues in this supernatural mermaid tarot deck from Lo Scarabeo. Made in Italy, the face of each card is featured in English with Spanish, French, Italian and German translations, appealing to a worldwide audience.
I've created this lovely journal as a complement to your mermaid tarot cards. Designed to easily record your daily readings with a 120-day three-card spread, custom table of contents, pages for your notes and artwork, and a custom tarot deck index. Each numbered page features:
new to tarot
Tarot is a form of divination that has been around for hundreds of years and used in many parts of the world. It consists of 78 cards divided into two groups: 22 major arcana or trump cards, and 56 minor arcana or suit cards. The major arcana include The Fool, The High Priestess, Death, The Moon, The Hanged Man, and Temperance, to name just a few. These are the main "players," so to speak, which set the mood for a tarot reading. The minor arcana consist of numbered variations of wands, swords, cups and pentacles, along with King, Queen, Knight, and Page.
A tarot reading can be done for you by someone who is well-versed in interpreting tarot, or you can read for yourself. A question is asked, the deck is shuffled or cut, single or multiple cards are drawn from the deck and placed into a spread; from there the interpretation of your query begins. Sounds easy, right? Actually, many practitioners of tarot have spent years honing their craft. Daily-Tarot-Girl.com offers free guidance for beginners in an easy and relaxed manner, a nice little stepping stone into the fascinating world of tarot! (back to top)