The Crow Tarot Pocket Edition is Perfect! I already had this deck in the regular size and loved it. I am not usually someone who loves animal tarot decks, but a deck full of crows feels totally different to me. This deck feels like the ultimate messenger deck to me because that is how I see crows! I have a couple of MJ Cullinane decks and I love them. The art on this deck feels so witchy and Gothic Victorian and I love the fonts on the cards. I am not usually someone who loves borders on my decks either, however with this deck it just works lending to its Gothic Victorian theme. This deck is the exception to the rule for me in those regards. I have done tons of readings with the regular size deck and they have always been accurate and intriguing, however this pocket edition is making those larger spreads so much easier to do because of its perfect size. These are a semi-gloss sturdy card that measures 2 1/4” x 3 1/2” and they are just the perfect little deck to take on the go also. The box is sturdy and beautiful and tiny, easy to store or pack away in a bag or purse. The guidebook is tiny however the font size is not bad at all for me. I would definitely recommend this gorgeous and deep tarot deck to everyone, especially those with limited space and or small hands or for those that are on the go. I do a full walk through on my YouTube channel Amethyst Ascension, if you would like to see them in action! My new go to deck!
—Rachele aka Amethyst Ascension, YouTuber & Tarot collector
This deck blew my mind! I already own the Forhaxa tarot by MJ, but her crow tarot took me by surprise.
I am not personally big on animal decks, I tend to avoid them, but this deck reads so easily for me. I thought I would have trouble connecting, but it really flowed well from images to description of the cards and I was just amazed by how easily I could read with this deck. The art is beautiful of course, even though it looks a little dark, the deck isn't really a dark deck. It's more like a reality check from a friend. It's not harsh, but doesn't sugar coat a reading either. This pocket edition was so easy to use as someone with super tiny hands. Shuffling it was only hard because it has a thicker card stock but I feel like over time they could be easily broken in for riffle shuffle. I took this deck with me to my tarot practice sessions locally and it did a wonderful job reading for other people, almost better than readings for myself and everyone who chose the deck for a reading fell in love with its easy accessibility. It was a great career reader deck. I can read intuitively too even though it's crows. There's a lot of deeper imagery to pull from Intuitively that helps readers develop their skill. I do think it's a great deck for both beginner and advanced readers as it easily follows a RWS system. The deck comes in a sturdy 2 Part box that can fit in a purse, bag, and or coat pockets. I think it would make a great travel deck. Overall I really enjoyed working with this deck even though animals aren't my main thing. It's beautifully drawn and well made to withstand use over time.
—Summer Ross (AstariaSen on YouTube)
These fabulous birds are very intelligent and have a reputation for being tricksters! They are good mimics and have an excellent memory. This deck is based on the Rider-Waite Tarot but with a crow influence that features on every card and is more than a fortune telling tool. It helps you to tap into what you already know, provides access to self discovery and develops your higher self. The guidebook suggests you pull three cards each day, and ask them to tell a story which reveals something new about yourself that you have avoided or overlooked. Ask for a different way to tackle a problem. The guidebook supplies both upright and reversed meanings. This deck brought me closer to nature, closer to the Corvids and bird tribes. Crow Tarot spread of eight cards is suggested. I love this artwork by Margaux Jones! The artwork and the text brings these birds alive in an admirable, wise and exciting way. They are so human!
—Wendy Stokes, Writer at The Cartomancer & Deck Reviewer