The Linestrider #Tarot – #Review by Tiffany Belle Harper
Earlier this week I treated myself to The Linestrider Tarot via Amazon. As a tarot lover I enjoy changing my deck periodically as ‘I find’ it helps to rejuvenate tired patterns.
Something about the illustrations compelled me to choose this pack of cards. I’m not disappointed. They’re just stunning. So feminine … delicate yet precise, with intuitive deliverance. Combing nature and our animal kingdom with astrology/numerology. Each card has a selection of plants and herbs that relate – making these great for paganistic and Wicca ways too.
I love the minimalist layout i.e, white background – the reverse being a power blue die splash effect. The cards are smaller than many modern day packs. I like this concept. For me this makes readings more seamless – less clumsy. Many decks being thick and rigid.
The cards are great quality. Each full of symbols, connectives, being abstract yet poignant.
With tarot, we’re drawn to packs that work best with our consciousness. I believe I shall enjoy the new bond with divination the Linestrider Tarot offer.
The pack comes with an absolutely intriguing book. ‘The Linestrider’s Journey.’ So very well presented – offering an easy to navigate description of each card, symbols and base point meaning/s. Also giving examples/variations of how the interpretation could differ set amongst or nesting with other cards in the deck.
Traditional standard of 22 major and 56 minor – so reading methods tarot enthusiasts may possess need not change. If anything … Linestrider are capable of increasing perception. Where we can dip in and out of many whimsical yet conceptual realms to enhance our reading experience. As though there’s new opportunity of the unknown tapping unexplored corners and twists in our dimensional advancement.
Tarot is a way to connect the many myriads of messages available to us as a means of connectives using the elements in every aspect (and beyond…) A deck should always be cleansed, used wisely and without bias, ego or judgement. I have found in the past some illustrations to be too controlling in the suggestive, yet this deck leaves open a gate of insight in a subtle way, thus expanding the opportunity to delve into new areas of the mystic subconscious.
I suppose I’d describe the artwork as a sort of ‘elven’ purity meets ‘Nouveau.’
Well done to Siolo Thompson on your new project. Clearly years of work, love and meditation have gone to this wonderful, fresh new journey. I just had to leave some feedback, as I’m delighted with my new bond. (Pictures used are the samples taken from the homepage of the Linestrider Tarot website.)
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Tiffany Belle Harper.