The Vampire Tarot of the Eternal Night
Back when I was a kid I was absolutely entranced and in love with tarot cards, they were wondrous, magical and each card featured amazing artwork – so began my tarot card collection. As I am sure you can guess I also adore vampires, so when I found out that there were vampire tarot cards I screamed with joyâ¦on the inside.
The Vampire Tarot of the Eternal Night: âAs interest in vampires surges to new heights, this deliciously macabre tarot will attract the masses who feel an insatiable passion for these creatures of the night.
Chillingly wrought in exquisite and realistic detail, this stunning tarot is ideal for exploring your own dark side. Dare to venture forth into a world where time is meaningless, light is death, love is cold, and power rules. Evoking a strange mixture of horror and sympathy, these tragic, ageless beings tell a fascinating story. With eternity before them, these creatures must find a way to survive a nightmare of contradictions. What they have to offer is a rare form of wisdom that perhaps only the damned can impart.â
Since this tarot deck has a bit of a twist on it and isnât like the traditional decks, some experienced tarot diviners may be wondering how well the cards work. According to thetarotchannel.com review on The Vampire Tarot of the Eternal Night:
ââ¦ when I did three separate one-card readings with this deck, Iâll be darned if it was not only accurate, but had a sense of humor! The cards spoke with such clarity, that I admit to being quite surprised. One card made me chuckle with its encouraging bluntness, while another was truly profound.â
The deck has some pros and cons, but everyone agrees that itâs the best vampire deck out there (thereâs a few) and that Davide Corsi’s artwork is phenomenal. This is the perfect deck for vampire lovers looking to do darker readings.
Moonlight (aka Amanda) loves to write about, read about and learn about everything pertaining to vampires. You will most likely find her huddled over a book of vampire folklore with coffee in hand. Touch her coffee and she may bite you (and not in the fun way).