About Wejee’s Eclectic Tarot

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Based on the classic Rider-Waite, Wejee’s Eclectic Tarot playfully and uniquely reflects the eclectic and open minded nature of the modern New Age; the imagery is a colorful and quirky mix of modern and ancient, drawing it’s inspiration from the four ancient civilizations which most influenced Western metaphysical thought through the 20th Century; Celtic, Greco-Roman, Hindu and Egyptian sources. Straightforward and simple, this deck is not grounded in a single tradition; the deck is rich in easily recognized archetypes from many modern and ancient myths. A reader will not have to be well versed in any one tradition to grasp this deck!

Wejee’s Eclectic Tarot will appeal to the inquisitive and open minded folks who often frequent New Age bookstores- curiously browsing through everything from the Egyptian Book of the Dead to the Ramayana, Celtic legends to Greek philosophy, reading everything that’s new, and combining it all into their own unique spiritual path. The bright colors and playful design may be particularly appealing to the youthful reader. Although eclectic and modern, the deck doesn’t stray far from it’s traditional roots- those experienced with the Rider-Waite and other related decks will find this an easy read!

Although eclectic, modern and quirky in its design, Wejee’s Eclectic Tarot does not stray far from its Rider-Waite roots; this deck is easy to use.

In the following card interpretations, I have not included reversed meanings- I do not use them myself, and I don’t believe it is necessary, particularly when reading for yourself, and when you are first learning. If a particular card has a “negative” connotation, this will manifest alongside cards expressing some sort of difficulty in the spread. Each card of the tarot contains a wealth of information and wisdom, and the best way to approach reading is to expect to find the positive solution to whatever difficulty you might be asking about. “Reversed” cards are often interpreted “negatively”, and upside-down cards can cause feelings of trepidation and foreboding, which is completely unnecessary! So move forward in your life with confidence, and turn those “difficult” upside-down cards right-side up! Go ahead, you’re in charge, and you can make things happen!

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