As I was updating my master deck list the other day, I realized that even though I have twenty decks, there are three or four that I use most often for myself. If I'm going to pull a deck off my shelf and use it, it's most likely going to be my Arthurian, Fantastical Creatures, Gilded, or Mystic Dreamer decks. Now, this is completely understandable. I've built up a relationship with the very particular sets of images on these cards, and many times the familiarity is a good
thing. However, I do sometimes feel like a parent picking favorites. I wanted to give my other decks some out-of-the-box time, so I hit upon the idea of using this
spread from Aeclectic that calls for two cards to be pulled from each deck. I'm going to try it several times over the next few weeks, time permitting. I want to see what happens when I combine some very
different decks, and I hope to be posting pictures of my results.
The first two decks I tried this with are my Fantastical Creatures Tarot and my Rumi Tarot.( Continue on for reading and photo of spread. )