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The Robin Wood Tarot

This is one of Llewellyn’s older decks and definitely a favorite of many. It is very Rider-Waite-esque but pagan symbols rather than Christian. Here are a few of my favorite cards from this deck. I love the way he is carving feathers out of stone. It’s an interesting way to depict a high level of […]

New Moon in Scorpio, November 5-6, 2010

This New Moon in Scorpio occurs November 6 at 12:52 am EDT (4:52am GMT). New Moons are times of new beginnings. As with the October 22 Full Moon in Aries, this moon is powerful in that it makes no major aspects to other planets. The Scorpio themes of transformation and death/rebirth are apt, as we […]

Tantra & Hanukkah

This may well be the strangest title for any blog post ever. What does spiritualized sexual practices have to do with the Jewish festival of lights? And what do either have to do with magick? Follow along and I hope this will all make sense. Tantra Most people think that Tantra is just some form […]

Book of the Dead exhibition opens today

I noticed an interesting article in the travel section of USA Today about an exhibit opening at the British Museum in London today, running through March. It guides visitors through the famed Egyptian “Book of the Dead.ā€¯ USA Today reports: A major new exhibition at the British Museum hopes to shed new light on the […]

Revelations Tarot

The Revelations Tarot by Zach Wong is a really innovative deck. It is called Revelations for at least two reasons: the cards reveal wisdom and truth you can revolve (or reverse) the cards and still read an image That is, the cards are designed to be read both upright and reversed. By that, I don’t […]

The Legacy of the Divine Tarot

This month, November, is all about the art. And at this poignant and somewhat bittersweet time of year, we’ll look at some of the more poignant and bittersweet cards. Often when writing about decks, especially for marketing purposes or packaging, we focus on more positive cards, for obvious reasons. But here, among friends and tarot […]