>Tina’s Review of The Science Tarot by Logan Austeja Daniel, Martin Azevedo, and Raven Hanna

4 thoughts on “>Tina’s Review of The Science Tarot by Logan Austeja Daniel, Martin Azevedo, and Raven Hanna”

  1. >The concept is what caught my eye too — I'm not one for gimmicky tarot decks, but this was irresistible. And it's proving interesting for my daily one-card reading (I haven't tried a spread yet).Thanks for reading and commenting — it's great to have some more tarot enthusiasts in my acquaintance.

  2. >Tina, love the concept of these cards. Sounds like another deck I must have! Tarot cards are a part of the plot with my next book (at the WIP stage). I find tarot cards an excellent tool to use to aid in plotting the story. Helps me tune into my intuition and give me a boost in the right direction.Sylvia Dickey SmithA War of Her Own

  3. >A very cool concept. I have the Universal Waite set. Being a fantasy and a mystery writer means keeping up on the woo-woo in both. I find a great deal of peace in the Tarot cards, especially when combined with numerology. It's usually spot on.Bobbye

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