I just got this deck and wasn’t sure how I’d connect with it.
The deck interview cleared up any doubts. While I’m still adjusting to the court cards: Philosopher, Goddess, Wanderer, Prophet–I connect with it more than I thought I would. It’s a kind of raw, sharp deck… the word “feral” comes to mind. Perhaps “wild” or “untamed” is more accurate, but “feral” came first. There’s a beautiful lack of restraint and a simplicity in this deck that I like.
Here’s the interview, using a spread that combines questions from a few of my favorite interview spreads.
1. What kind of readings will you excel at?
Eight of Knives. This deck wants to help people cut through the illusions holding them back.
2. What are your strengths as a deck?
Philosopher of Knives. Forever sharing new insights, wisdom, ways of thinking and learning. This deck will TEACH me things.
3. What are your limits as a deck?
The Lovers reversed. I don’t want to do romance readings, lady.
4. What are you here to teach me?
High Priestess reversed. You don’t have to look outside yourself for answers. You can find them yourself if you’re willing to go within.
5. How can we best work together?
Death. During times of transition, upheaval, big endings and new beginnings, rites of passage–I’m the deck that will tell it to you straight.
6. What card sums you up best?
Wanderer of Stones. I am constantly exploring the world around me. Moving, shifting, trying new things. Taking it all in, stopping for big, deep breaths.
7. Is there anything else you’d like me to know about you?
Philosopher of Moons. Trust your intuition – I can guide you in knowing, learning, and creativity if you let go and trust.
My yellow cat, my sweetest boy, is drawn to this deck. That certainly doesn’t hurt.
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