Just two things to say. Firstly the printer has opened up sales to Australia (and hopefully other USPS blocked countries). And secondly I’ve (hopefully) fixed the Contact form now.
Let me know how that goes.
Greetings to you all on the Day of the Fool!
Seemed like an appropriate New Moon to open up the store for the Tarot size release (Tarot size: 70mm X 120mm, 2.75″ X 4.75″).
Asherah Tarot Tarot Size (Click to Buy)
This deck comes with 81 cards, 78 Tarot cards and 3 extras, in a sturdy side opening tuck box. I wasn’t able to fit enough extra cards in the box to do a full keyword guide, but I am currently working on a printable pdf of that information which will be available for free on my site.
This is another US release, and sadly the postal situation to Australia and New Zealand is still an issue. The printer wants to ship there, but USPS currently has no parcel service going to these countries due apparently to Covid. We are hoping this will change soon, but I am making enquiries about finding an Australian printer if things don’t improve. World trade is getting ever more dysfunctional and expensive it seems and all I can do is try to find work arounds and get as many decks out there as possible.
The good news is that the printer I am using also does books so I am planning to release a hard copy guide book through them as soon as possible. In the mean time I am still giving out the pdf to anyone who contacts me. I am dubious as to how how efficient this sites mailing list is. The last post I made failed to send notification emails to me, so please let me know if you aren’t receiving updates.
I hope you enjoy the Tarot size deck. It really is the best rendering of the colours I have seen so far and personally it is my favourite version size wise as well. This is the version I choose to use myself.
Sadly this printer doesn’t do anything larger so it could be quite a while before I find the right place to produce a deluxe jumbo edition. Prices have gone up exponentially everywhere both for shipping and production and many printers seem to be on their last legs. I will keep you posted as to developments.