Psychic Tarot Oracle Cards

Psychic Tarot Oracle Cards from John Holland are tarot cards with an updated look and feel.  They are suitable for all levels of tarot reading, from beginner to advanced. Read my review of this deck.

If you have trouble learning and understanding traditional tarot cards or they just do not resonate, this deck could be what you are looking for. Sometimes you get bored with your current cards and need a little variety for your readings. I know I am always on the lookout for new additions to my collection. I just purchased these Psychic Tarot Oracle cards recently and they quickly became one of my favorite decks of oracle cards.

Currently I have 3 decks that I love working with, but wanted to try cards done by someone else for some variety and to see if the reading accuracy was better or worse. You can check them out here:  John Holland Oracle Cards: a 65-Card Deck, plus booklet!

Psychic Tarot Oracle Cards

This tarot deck is 65 cards and also includes a 170 page booklet with explanations of each of the cards. Much of the deck follows traditional tarot, but there are 7 additional Chakra cards which bring depth to the reading.

Rather than the traditional tarot suits of Wands, Cups, Pentacles, and Swords, the suits in this deck are listed as Mental, Spirit, Physical and Emotional.

There are 21 Major Arcana cards which are named slightly differently than a traditional tarot deck. Thankfully they have their relationship to the original cards listed.

The cards are amazingly accurate, and I have been impressed with the results from the reading. They are able to paint a good picture through the images on the cards and the written meanings flow together nicely. I can relate better to the more spiritual nature of the reading.

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For those of you who are not familiar with John Holland, he is an internationally renowned psychic medium that has developed his abilities for the past 20 years. He has appeared on various television shows and has published multiple books on developing your psychic abilities. These cards are a nice addition to his other offerings.

My Personal Observations on Psychic Tarot Oracle Cards

Furthermore, the artwork on these cards is clear, vibrant, and accurate. I found I easily connected with the symbolism of the pictures. It made it easier to put together an accurate synopsis in relation the question asked.

I found this deck easier to use than a traditional tarot deck. The images and explanations seemed to make more sense to me and fit together easier. It is a beautiful and simple deck that will be a nice addition to my current cards.

Psychic Tarot Oracle Cards

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3 thoughts on “Psychic Tarot Oracle Cards”

  1. I’ve worked with a lot of different Tarot decks as well as some Louise Hay cards and Doreen Virtue decks and I quite liked these cards. As you noted, they were a little more intuitive than a standard deck but there are also obvious connections to the standard Tarot cards.

    For people wanting to use cards as a method of self exploration and have no background in Tarot, I think this deck would be an easier choice.

  2. I have seen this deck and it is truly beautiful. I have been become so familiar with 78 card decks, that I thought I might struggle with this deck. Perhaps I am too biased. I will check these out again and will definitely keep an open mind.

    Best to you,



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