I tend to choose more classic styles for my personal divinations, and while I love collecting a real diversity of decks, I get pretty quick hits on whether one is destined to be constantly utilized or, instead, admired on my shelf. While I immediately adored the simple lines and folk-influenced drawings, I assumed that the Spirit Speak Tarot was not going to be a voice for me. These images could be so easy to underestimate, but every single time I use this deck, I am utterly stunned by its ability to talk. Creator Mary Elizabeth Evans has opened a gateway to genuinely sacred synchronicity through her images and intentions. Most magically of all, these deceptively simple black-and-white visions somehow manage to open layer upon layer of revelation, unfolding more profound connections the longer I explore their relevance to the query at hand. If you want a deck that gets to the heart of the matter without any pause, one that you can rely on time and time again, I highly recommend this powerful offering. Small enough to fit in your bag, big enough to totally shift your perspective. The Reading: Sometimes when we are in the middle of clearing our personal space, we forget that the purpose of doing so is to make room for our next-level joy. The Universe provided a watery gateway the past month, and we stepped through consciously and with open eyes, maybe not always willing to embrace but at last willing to allow.
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SPIRIT SPEAK - DESIGN + LAYOUT
This beautiful, hand-drawn tarot deck is perfect for the modern witch. Mary Elizabeth Evans, born in Nashville Tennessee was influenced early on by her environment. Raised in the church, from a young age she was attracted to ritual and mysticism. Themes of the occult materialize themselves from a feminist perspective in naive line work that dance and tumble on paper. In her practice she honors craft as a form of expression that is accessible to many and can be used as a tool for self reflection. Sand verified owner — August 4,
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