There is a new deck of tarot cards out called Pagan Cats, created by Lo Scarabeo, whose work you may recognize from her books and illustrations. The deck features all the familiar suspects: the Fool, the Magician, the High Priestess, the Empress, the Knight of Wands, the Hierophant, the Lovers, and so on.
Its’s artwork is whimsical and cute, often featuring cats in a variety of poses. That design sensibility carries over into her tarot deck, with technicolor cats, colorful backgrounds, and humorous titles for each card. The deck is also accompanied by an “enchanted journal” with instructions on how to read each card, how to interpret the symbols, and a guide to divinatory practices.
This deck was created by Lo Scarabeo.
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Tarot of Pagan Cats Review
This deck travels with the wise feline and greets you with special secrets. Cats, whether cute, mysterious, mischievous, or aloof, appear to inhabit a realm of magic and power. This beautifully illustrated deck, featuring traditional Rider-Waite imagery and Pagan symbols, allows you to tap into their unique wisdom.
Tarot of Pagan Cats- features and specifications
Llewellyn Publications; Crds edition manufactured this deck on 8 February 2011. It is available in the English language and weighs 8 ounces. The deck has a dimension of 2.5*1*4.75 inches.
Previous Buyers’ Experience
- The listing shows both borderless cards with the name.
- The mini tuck box isn’t even labeled as such; it’s simply smaller.
- Excellent artwork and readability.
- They have a good weight and are not too flimsy, and nothing has peeled or rubbed off.
- Beautiful deck, but the King and Queen Suit Cards are difficult to tell apart.
- The card stock is just right; it’s not too thick and thin, so they shuffle easily.
- They are taller than wide, and easy to work with if you have small hands.
- Beautiful imagery and it feels brighter.
- The illustrations are fantastic, beautifully drawn, and expressive.
- The images are stunning, and the cats truly convey their messages.
- The border is typical Lo Scarabeeo, with the card title in six different languages.
- The artwork is excellent, and the deck shuffles easily.
- They’re whimsical and entertaining to look through.
- The card stock isn’t as good.
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In conclusion, each card is presented in a black and white border, with tarot card symbols in shades of pink, blue, and orange. The deck is intentionally designed to look like it was drawn on a scrap of paper and tucked into a pocket.