One of the most sought after tarot drawing cards on the market is the Tarot Card Pull, a tarot reader with a sleek, stylish design and a whopping 7.9 million downloads on Amazon.
“The card pull is the most requested card on Amazon, but the best tarot read card is actually the Tarots card reader,” says Ryan Smith, author of the Taroting the Tarotics and the Tarotes Book of Tarot.
“If you’re going to read the cards, you want to know what the cards mean.”
The card pull has an elegant design that feels great in the hand, says Smith.
“It feels like a beautiful piece of art.”
The tarot is the sacred book of the ancient Maya and the Egyptian god Ra, and has been passed down through the generations through a series of stories and rituals, Smith says.
The cards are designed with a twist on the traditional cards of the tarot.
They’re written in English, with a simple format that emphasizes the word meanings of the cards.
The best tarots cards are often more complex than a traditional tarot pull, Smith explains, because they’re written from a deeper understanding of the meaning of the card.
“You can read the card from a more abstract point of view and say, ‘You know, I have a specific idea of what the meaning is for this card,'” Smith says, “and it’s easier to understand what that means, because you can think of it in a way that you can actually read the tarots.”
The Tarot reader is sold by The Tarots Book of the Day, which is one of several retailers offering the Tarote.
“There’s a reason that the tarote is so popular,” says Smith, who has also designed tarot drawers and tarot decks for the Taraweb.
“Because the Tarotos cards are a complete understanding of what’s going on in the world at that moment in time.”
It’s the card reader that’s made for reading, not just for drawing, says Adam Haddad, founder of the award-winning Tarot drawing company The Haddads Tarot and the Haddas Tarot, which has sold hundreds of thousands of tarot draws and tarots for decades.
Haddall has used his Tarot card reader to draw for nearly 50 years, and the card pull’s appeal is partly because it makes drawing easier.
“One of the things I love about tarot drawings is that they’re so simple,” Haddal says.
“They’re very visual.
You can make a quick card, put it down, and it’s there in a flash.”
Smith says there’s a lot of room for creativity when it comes to the Taros cards.
“I love that they can be used for a variety of different purposes,” he says.
He adds that the Taro is “one of those things that just comes with a bit of extra effort.”
Haddah, of Tarotes Books, says that the card readers have been “a staple” for him for nearly 40 years.
“When I was a kid, I used to read them for everything,” he recalls.
“In my youth, I would use them for reading my favorite stories, and I think I even did that on occasion.”
The cards, which cost about $40 each, are available at local art supply stores, but they can also be purchased online.
The Tarote has an assortment of cards, including a Tarot Book of Love, which Smith says is “a fantastic card that has been well received by people.”
Tarot readers are also used to drawing tarot readings online.
“As someone who is a tarots reader myself, I love the ease of doing this online,” Smith says of the Card Pull.
“This card reader has a great feel to it, and you can pull it out of your pocket, and then you can just put it away and read it.”
You can also use the card to draw cards in the Tarostar, a popular tarot deck reader, says Hadda.
“Tarostar is great for the reader and the cards are really, really good,” Hagg says.
You have to pull them out of the book and put them back in your pocket to read.
“And you have to remember, it’s not a Tarota card,” he adds.
“But it’s a good Tarot reading card.”
The Card Pull’s popularity, and Smith’s efforts to make it more accessible, has helped make tarot readers one of the fastest growing hobbies on the internet.
“We all love to draw tarot,” Smith explains.
“That’s what makes tarot such a popular hobby.
People love to read, so it’s only natural that they love to do it on their own terms.”
Smith is also a regular speaker on tarot and tarote drawing conventions, which have expanded in the past few years