Note: This is a preorder. All preorders for Tarotorial® Expanded will be shipping out in April 2023.
Expand your Tarot study today with the new edition of Tarotorial®!
Unleash your potential as a tarot reader and deepen your connection with the magical and mysterious symbols with the Tarotorial® Expanded Tarot deck for beginners! It contains artwork on each card and includes more associations to further your Tarot reading journey.
The Tarotorial® Tarot Deck is the perfect tool to open your doors to the unknown. And, it's accessible to anyone, regardless of experience level. From beginners just starting their journey, to more experienced readers looking to dive deeper into the mysteries of tarot, this deck breaks down the symbolism and meaning of each card.
So, join us on the journey and pre-order Tarotorial® Expanded today to expand your Tarot experience!
But, do you prefer a smaller tarot deck? Preorder our Tarotorial® Expanded Mini Tarot deck for beginners instead!
There is also some lesser-known information to enhance your knowledge. There are even descriptions of the traditional Rider Waite Smith cards, so there is no need to keep referencing a book of information. Everything is easily accessible at your fingertips for a more immersive tarot reading experience.
Tarotorial® is not only great for beginners at tarot, but those wishing to develop their tarot reading skills even further with a better understanding of the cards. It is a practical deck for tarot teachers, being a great beginner deck for their students.
Tarot Deck Details
- Follows the Rider Waite Smith tarot system
- 78 total cards - 22 Major Arcana and 56 Minor Arcana
- Black holographic foil edges
- Each card measures 2.75" (69.85mm) x 4.75" (120.65mm)
- 400gsm cardstock with a luxe matte finish for supreme durability
- Magnetic keepsake box with soft touch coating for a luxurious feel
Are you interested to hear what others are saying about Tarotorial®? Check out some reviews from around the web!
Wildly Tarot Podcast
The Witch Bitch Amateur Hour Podcast (episode 137)
Indie Deck Review
A Tired Witch
Coffee & Cauldrons Podcast