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The Wanderer’s Tarot


A stark, surreal, beautiful black and white tarot deck, for modern witches, by Casey Zabala.

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Product Description

The Wanderer’s Tarot is a new feminist Tarot deck for modern witches, created by Casey Zabala.

The 78 card deck is dedicated to the Goddess in all of her manifestations, and is based on the traditional symbolism of the Tarot. The suits of the Wanderer’s Tarot are Moons, Stones, Feathers and Knives.

The deck seeks to be a magical ally along your path, no matter how you choose to travel. Complete with the companion guidebook, the Wanderer’s Tarot is suitable for all readers, from the curious seeker to the experienced High Priestess.

“I created the Wanderer’s Tarot out of a desire to blend my occult knowledge with my artistic inclinations. I’ve always been spiritually minded, and as an artist, interested in functional artwork. I have been working with and studying the Tarot for 13 years. It took three incredibly focused months to draw the cards out of my mind, and onto the page. The process was supported by a magical and ritualistic framework. My greatest hope is that the deck can become an ally for many a seeker, artist, lover, and priestess out there, navigating their own wondrous paths.”

Casey Zabala

Read my review of this deck here.


  • 78 cards, presented in a cardboard tuck-box.
  • Three additional cards provide simple explanations of the cards’ key meanings.

Also available: The Wanderer’s Tarot Guidebook


  1. (verified owner):

    A wonderful and definitely strange deck! The illustrations are beautiful and completely draw you in. Beautiful and sleek cards, a bit on the large size, but even though I have small hands, they work brilliantly for me. As a beginner I find these cards very straight forward which I find comforting and helpful, but they still keep their mystical aura.

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