The DruidCraft Tarot conveys the teachings of Druidry and Wicca through the 78 images of the Tarot painted by Will Worthington, and through the accompanying book of the same name by Philip & Stephanie Carr-Gomm.
See details of this online course which works with the Tarot, and read the following interview with Philip about the deck:
The DruidCraft Tarot has introduced many readers to the ways in which Wicca and Druidry can be harmoniously integrated. Here, its authors Philip & Stephanie Carr-Gomm explain some of the background to its creation.
Finally, do you have a favourite card?
Stephanie: It’s very hard to say which is my favourite – I love the 5 of cups – I think the painting is stunning – the figure is so solitary, and the otter almost catching the salmon in the water. But perhaps my favourite card of all is The Wheel, which is often called the Wheel of Fortune in other decks.
Philip: My favourite card in this deck is the image of Death – not a corny old skeleton with a scythe on a horse, but a loving crone cradling a skull, which she is about to place in the cauldron of rebirth as dawn approaches on the horizon. And its message in the book reads: ‘The old and unnecessary wants to die. What passion! The new prepares to open like a rosebud at the dawn of a new day.’