Deck Review: Pagan Otherworlds Tarot


King of Wands

As a seasoned tarotist, I recently had the pleasure of exploring the Pagan Otherworlds Tarot, and I must say, it left a lasting impression on me. Let me share my thoughts on this captivating deck:


First and foremost, the art is undeniably beautiful. Each card is a masterpiece that effortlessly weaves together symbolism and imagery, truly capturing the essence of the pagan theme. The "almost pip" style of the minor arcana is both simple and expressive, making it a breeze to interpret the cards' meanings intuitively. I appreciated how the meanings were evident, allowing for a seamless reading experience without losing depth.

For a seasoned tarotist like myself, this deck proved to be easy to read, making it an excellent addition to my collection. The soft palette used throughout the deck added a touch of elegance, perfectly suiting the pagan aesthetic and theme.


However, one aspect that slightly disappointed me was the lack of diversity within the deck. I believe that representation is crucial, and a more diverse range of depictions could have enhanced the overall experience for a broader audience. Also, many of the male figures appear to be wearing ghillie suits, which was off-putting for me..

Despite these drawback, the Pagan Otherworlds Tarot remains a captivating and visually stunning deck that beautifully captures the essence of the pagan theme. It seamlessly weaves together artistry and symbolism, making it a delightful option for seasoned tarot readers who resonate with its unique style and intuitive meanings.

In conclusion, the Pagan Otherworlds Tarot has earned its place in my collection, and I find myself drawn to its enchanting allure. If you appreciate breathtaking art and intuitive interpretations, this deck is undoubtedly worth exploring, albeit with the caveat of considering its lack of diversity.

Find the deck here.