ONE CARD Draw - Tarotorial Training Tarot Deck
ONE CARD Draw - Tarotorial Training Tarot Deck

ONE CARD Draw - Tarotorial Training Tarot Deck


šŸ‘‰šŸ‘‰ This is a listing to receive ONE random card from the popular Tarotorial deck. Cards are selected at random and cannot be personalized.

If you've been interested in receiving a quick card pull from our popular Tarotorial tarot deck, but aren't ready to commit to buying the full deck, then this is the perfect opportunity for you! We'll select one random card and ship it to you. Not only will you get a card selected for you, but you'll be able to keep the physical card itself.



Tarotorial is a training tarot deck based on the popular Rider Waite style. It was created to help newbies and those with memory issues, neurodiversity, ADHD, and so on learn how to read tarot cards with greater ease. It's great for experienced readers that want to brush up on their skills, too!

At their core, they're like tarot flashcards. Each card has the upright and reversed meanings printed directly on the card for quick reference. And, they include some less commonly-known information, too. There are even descriptions of the traditional Rider Waite cards.

Please keep in mind that there are no illustrations on these cards. Each card contains descriptions of the traditional Rider Waite artwork, the upright and reversed meanings, and more to guide you in your tarot journey!

I love making all things pagan and occult accessible to all. Accessibility is important not only for inclusion but to educate and therefore reduce prejudices. When I was starting with tarot, I found it incredibly frustrating to not only figure out how to do a spread, but how to read the cards. I fumbled with the included booklet and felt lost. Watching my daughter grow up, I saw her experiencing the same issues. Hopefully, with this deck, more people can not only feel comfortable with reading their cards but feel more empowered to do so.

Interested to hear what others are saying about our Tarotorial deck? Check out some reviews from around the web:
The Witch Bitch Amateur Hour Podcast (episode 137)

Carrow Brown
Indie Deck Review
A Tired Witch
Coffee & Cauldrons Podcast