#Tarot Blog Hop: Ghosts & Spirits & Sun Rise?

Hopefully you hopped here from Jaymi Elford’s site. If you didn’t, or a link is broken, check out the master list here. This Tarot Blog Hop’s theme is “Celebrate The Sunrise” which we are doing by sharing the Ghosts & Spirits Tarot by Lisa Hunt (2012). Even ghosts like the new day.

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Ghosts and Spirits Tarot
explores the fascinating subject of ghosts, surveying supernatural lore and legend from around the world. This luminous presents 79 ethereal beings, some frightening, and some friendly. Through the symbolism of tarot, they deliver their messages from beyond, shedding light on human experiences.

  • Includes:
  • Special Bonus card
  • Booklet with divinatory meanings
  • Five-card Realm of the Spirit spread

This is a very special deck, that could easily be used by anyone, from any background. Bonnie Cehovet

GS_SwordsKnightaThe amount of research and work it took to put together this deck, not to mention all of the illustrations, boggles the mind. Within these 78 works of art you are introduced to a myriad of ghosts and spirits from all around the world, down through time from many different cultures and traditions. Koneta Bailey

I am stunned by the possibilities. Christiana Gaudet

This deck is simply too amazing and powerful that just descriptions alone do not come close to the wonder of holding this treasure in your hands and letting the Ghosts and Spirits speak to you in there own unique voice. Lizzie of Lizzie’s Logic

Lisa has gone above and beyond by including the individual spirit/ghost that is depicted in each card and has given brief background for each one. Misha

Lisa has made it thought provoking instead of dark and scary. Mary Nale

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Perhaps you too will hear the siren’s song of spirit and come not to investigate, but to learn what moves, motivates and perhaps what manifests itself to you, the reader. Barbara Oliver Tarot’s Voice

“[T]his will be a “go to” deck for special readings that require something different.” Michael on Amazon.com

“[I]t can easily be considered a portable illustrated encyclopedia of ghost and spirits.” W Neko-san on Amazon.com

Now hop on over to Chloe’s Inner Whispers blog.