Welcome to the world of The Wizards Tarot, a self-contained course in practical magic taught by the Tarot itself. Your professors at The Mandrake Academy are shown in the Major Arcana, the Court Cards are elemental royalty, and your fellow students form the Minor Arcana. Corrine Kenner and John J. Blumen collaborated to devise The Wizards Tarot curriculum, and create the sumptuous artwork that brings The Mandrake Academy to life.

*Intuitive, elegant interface is easy for beginners and experts
*Gorgeous full screen, high-resolution card images
*Full support for all current iOS devices
*Corrine Kenner’s unabridged book is included
*Intricate digital art by John J. Blumen
*Zoom in to enlarge card details
*Sophisticated Journal
*22 spreads from the book built in
*Design your own spread with Free Form
*Allow reversed cards or not
*Option to use Major Arcana only
*Share reading via email, Facebook, and Twitter
*Animated shuffle & cut
*Optional voice prompts
*Customize with your own card meanings & reading cloths
*Many adjustable settings
*Book and card meanings available in English only

The Wizards Tarot: where you are the student, and Tarot is the teacher. You’ll discover a new world of magic within!

What’s New

Version 2.1.3

Fixes journal crashing bug.
Improved support for iPhone X.
Various other minor bug fixes.

Ratings and Reviews

4.7 out of 5
23 Ratings

23 Ratings

The King Of Wands ,

Loving my lessons at the Mandrake Academy.

It's like I finally got my acceptance letter to the magical school of my dreams. The authors' description of the Tarot using Mandrake Academy as the Universe is a magical concept. The cards are well described and inspiring. While the artwork is perfectly subtle while sticking closely to traditional scenes.

I hope to see more from the Mandrake Academy, as I am a long time student of cartomancy and cleromancy. It would be nice to see a runic influence as well.

Blue Pine ,

not quite what I expected, but still...

I thought the paintings would all be as graceful as the cover art. Some of it is. But I was taken aback by the court cards for the Pentacles portion. The Queen and King of Pentacles, especially, look slovenly, mean-spirited and sullen. In fact, just now, AFTER I had handwritten this review, I read the text that goes with the King and even the author admits that he looks sullen. I don't get it. There's a lot to like elsewhere in this deck. Why would the people who created and/or produced this deck choose this direction for this one group of cards?

The rest of the deck seems beautiful and/or interesting, and offers advice that seems somewhat different than other decks.

JayBar12 ,


The deck is beautiful. The imagery is fresh and deeply satisfying and the book is wonderful. I love this app! Such a great job. Worth every penny.


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38.4 MB

Requires iOS 8.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.


English, Spanish

Age Rating
Infrequent/Mild Sexual Content and Nudity


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