Now in it's third printing, the Rabbit Tarot
is my best selling animal art tarot decks. This deck and other
tarot items including original art can be purchased at BlueDogRose.etsy.com
Looking for the meanings of the cards?
THIS LINK, Adobe Acrobat Reader required. (prints
on 6 pages, no images).
"The Rabbit Tarot should not be overlooked. It lends itself to just about any reading situation, be it divination, meditation, or a complete toolbox for personal transformation. It is nothing short of brilliant."-Dan
Pelletier, The Tarot Garden.
The artist Nakisha has been reading tarot cards over 20 years. In January, 2009 she began work on the Rabbit Tarot. Eventually the project consisted of 78 unique images, including the classic 22 Major Arcana and the 56 Minor Arcana, all re imagined into the world of the Little White Rabbit.
The Rabbit Tarot features the Little White Rabbit and the Dutch (black and white) Rabbit. Instead of pentacles there are daisies, instead of swords there are carrots, tulips are cups and sticks are clubs.
This unique tarot deck is appropriate for all ages, especially those who collect tarot cards, rabbit fanciers, art collectors and the young at heart.
For more, you can read the interview about Nakisha and the tarot on Arcanalogue-
The Rabbit Tarot companion Book with
updated descriptions and images, is available for purchase direct
from the printer, click THIS
LINK to purchase.
The First and Second Edition may be found on Ebay or offered for
sale from private collectors, only 300 decks of the first edition
In 2013 a mini version of the Rabbit Tarot was created. The cards
are apx. 2.5" high by 1.75" wide (6.25 x 4.44cm). They
may be available online at BlueDogRose.etsy.com.
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Featured Card from the Rabbit Tarot
Strength is a subtle and powerful rabbit.
Courageous, determined and mindful, Strength indicates
physical strength, fortitude, and conquest over adversity.
It can indicate accomplishment or attainment after difficulty.
Strength takes charge of a situation or responsibility
Reversed: When Strength is reversed it
can mean being overpowered or overwhelmed, not being in
control, or struggling with adversity.