W.I.T.C.H. is an absolute show-stopper with its evocative artwork and high-end production values, but where Angi Sullin's oracle deck scores most of the points with me is the accompanying guidebook. Stunning! A beautifully put-together collection of inspirational pieces of writing, poems, and images artfully geared toward uplifting, empowering, re-energizing and celebrating the Divine Feminine. A poignant reminder of our sublime nature and mission in this Universe. Bewitched!
—Mina's Bookshelf, tarot reader & YouTuber
A deck that provides great reminders for women to put themselves first no matter how busy life gets! The messages I pulled from this deck were very accurate for me and gave great advice that really resonated, if you are looking for an inspirational deck or a deck to help you with being or feeling empowered, you may want to check out this deck. This is a great deck for those 'me' moments with a nice cup of hot tea after a nice bubble bath with a journal and pen in hand and some alone time with just you and yourself to help you tune in and set your priorities and reflect on the important things to you. The guidebook that comes with the deck is well worth the price of admission alone, not to mention the nice size quality gold gilded edge cards. This deck would also make a great gift for any woman who is in "total control of herself" or striving to be!
—Anne Ti, Tarot collector & YouTuber
This is my new FAVORITE deck!!!!!!!! Honestly EVERY woman should have this whether they read cards or not!
—Lamagaria, YouTube comment
If you are looking for an oracle that doesn't sugar coat and has amazing art...get this deck. While I know this was originally an indie deck, I did not get the indie version. But the difference as far as I can tell is the indie version has a few more cards. This oracle floored me with every reading I did. Both in tandem with a tarot deck, as a daily pull, and when I read for others. It's not a deck for those looking for a light fluffy reading. The imagery can have a visceral reaction and the card meanings come off a little dark at first but then get switched around to show how you can take something dark and turn it into something you can use. This would be a great shadow work deck. The cards themselves have a high gloss, but are great for small hands to riffle shuffle. The guide book is made well and each card has a decent amount of description with color pictures in it. Overall this is a well made deck and can be mixed in reading with tarot or just daily pulls, or even great for journaling.
—Summer Ross (AstariaSen), YouTuber
OMG, I just really enjoy these Angie Sullins decks. I like the style, I like the way the messages keep your mind focused on being empowered and fierce and unapologetically female. This will be my 4th deck from Angie and my 2nd with artist Silas Toball and they are all different. They all have a very different vibe and I find myself using them all in very different ways. This one is an archetype deck with different factions of archetypes separated by the themes of the poetry that’s woven though the guidebook. Each archetype seems to represent an example of external and internal influences that either suppress or support our greatness and each guidebook entry comes with advice on how to circumvent and avoid or alchemize and embody those thoughts and influences. The words are strong, the energy is strong, but the imagery, although dark in color, is soft and inviting and it brings a nice balance to the deck. If you are looking for strong feminine empowerment deck with a supportive guidebook, I think you will enjoy this deck.
—Robyn's Reflections, Tarot collector and YouTuber