Monday, December 21, 2009

Deck Interview - Deviant Moon Tarot

This deck interview was done with the Deviant Moon tarot, by Patrick Valenza.
This is one of my all time favourite decks - I have alot of them. If anyone were to look in my basket of tarot decks who didn't know me well, they would quickly diagnose me with multiple personality disorder! But I love having all these different type decks, because I love reading for different types of people.
The Deviant Moon deck is quirky and fun. Alot of people consider it a dark deck, but I don't find it dark at all. I find it to be brutally honest, with no holds barred. I'm a blunt person, so I relate well to this deck.
The Empress represents the most important characteristics of the Deviant Moon.
This deck relates well to females, even though I consider it a very masculine deck. It nurtures creativity in everyone who touches it.
The Star represents the strengths of the Deviant Moon as a deck.
This depicts the hopeful optimism and strength that absolutely radiates from the deck.
The 10 of Wands represents the limits of the Deviant Moon as a deck.
Because this deck is so brutally open, honest and direct, I often find myself expecting too much from it. It gives me everything I need from a reading, every time I use it.
The 7 of Cups represents what this deck is here to teach me.
The Deviant Moon constantly reminds me to use my imagination and creativity, and to maintain focus and listen to my inner voice. It's like a pat on the back from an old friend who knows you inside and out.
The Ace of Swords represents how I can best learn from / collaborate with the Deviant Moon deck.
All I have to do is use my inner strength and my intellect. The cards provide the rest!
The 8 of Pentacles represents the potential outcome of our working relationship.
It will be sheer perfection...We will have a long history together. Most of all, the relationship will be very enjoyable!

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