The Wanderer’s Tarot: Midnight Edition

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

Self-published, second edition.

SOLD OUT. This deck has now been picked up by a mainstream publisher (congrats, Casey!) and will be published next year.

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The Wanderer’s Tarot deck is a hand drawn 78 card deck, based on traditional Tarot symbolism, and transmuted by feminine insight and awakening. For the magical practitioner, these cards speak to our magical tools and talismans. The suites of Moons, Stones, Knives and Feathers will lead you to a deeper understanding of your personal power; emotionally, materially, mentally, and passionately. Created within a ritualistic framework, the deck holds true to the process of magic, and encourages others to engage in the art of manifesting and the journey towards self-knowledge.

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

It follows the traditional tarot structure, though the four suits have been renamed Moons (Cups), Stones (Pentacles), Feathers (Wands) and Knives (Swords).

This second edition Wanderer’s Tarot deck comes in a clam shell box and has gilded silver edges. Complete with a miniature guide to the suits, majors, and court cards, this set will guide you to illumination.

The Wanderer’s Tarot is a tarot deck for modern witches, created by Casey Zabala. Stark, monochrome and illustrated in a gorgeous scratched-out folk-art style, this large 78-card deck is dedicated to the Goddess in all of her manifestations.

Read my review of the Wanderer’s Tarot deck (first edition) here!


  • 78 cards, presented in a sturdy, high-quality clam-shell box. The cards are large and have a matte black finish.
  • Three additional cards provide simple explanations of the cards’ key meanings.

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  1. Grace Quantock

    I dare this deck & am using them to guide me through each day of my self-isolation. I found this deck really comforting as it’s so embedded in femme witchcraft, it took me to those early practices that are still accessible now with what I have to hand at home. Some of the reflections on the cards were new insights & slants I haven’t considered before but absolutely adore now.

  2. Amalie (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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