#31DaysofTarot19: Days 2-6

I’m participating in Ethony’s 2019 31 Days of Tarot challenge. Since I don’t have a YouTube channel, I am participating through Instagram and here!

Day 2 — Top 5 Tarot Decks of 2018 (purchased or released in 2018), in order of acquisition:

  • Anima Mundi Tarot — My first purchase of 2018 and my favorite animal-based deck
  • Stella’s Tarot — My soul deck: fun, whimsical, and quirky, yet grounded
  • Carnival at the End of the World — This deck reinvigorated my love for tarot. I love its strangeness and otherworldliness
  • Antique Anatomy Tarot: Ephemera Edition — I love the antique look of this deck. It’s also my only pip deck. I love the juxtaposition of the black-and-white bones/accoutrements with the colorful flora. It feels safe and classic.
  • Moon Void Tarot — This deck feels so simple and contemporary, yet personal. I love using it for personal readings.


I skipped Day 3 since I don’t really have any oracle decks, except one.

Day 4 — Top 5 Tarot Books of 2018 (purchased or released in 2018):

  • The New Tarot Handbook — A succinct explanation of RWS meanings by the one and only Rachel Pollack
  • The Fairytale Tarot Guidebook — My favorite tarot guidebook. It provides the fairytale associated with each tarot card and an analysis of the card’s meaning in the context of each fairytale
  • WTF is Tarot? — An easy-to-read and refreshing take on tarot card meanings. I found the explanation of court card meanings to be particularly unique and memorable
  • Tarot Tells the Tale — A compilation of the Ask KnightHawk column in the style of “Dear Abby” letters, composed of three-card readings for fictional, literary, and historical characters
  • 365 Tarot Spreads — A unique spread for everyday of the year!


Day 5 — Stalker Cards of 2018:

Top 3 overall:
Four of Swords (20 times)
Page/Princess of Swords (18 times)
The High Priestess (18 times)


By time period:
January – April — The Lovers (9 times)
May – August — Four of Swords (8 times)
September – December — The Hierophant (11 times)


Day 6 — Deck you finally crossed off your wish list in 2018: The Fairytale Tarot

I had been wanting the Fairytale Tarot and the Fantastic Menagerie Tarot ever since I started dabbling in tarot, and I was finally able to cross the Fairytale Tarot off my wish list! It was one of those holy grail decks that I figured I would never acquire.  It’s such a beautifully produced deck, and I love reading the fairytales and the meanings of the cards in the context of these tales.




One thought on “#31DaysofTarot19: Days 2-6

  1. Tarotmum13 January 5, 2019 / 12:17 pm

    Aww so cool you are doing that challenge! I was thinking about it too but not sure I’d have the time… look forward to reading your stuff!

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