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Too Many Faeries?

Earlier this month I wrote about multiple decks on single themes, specifically cat decks. Today it is fairy or faery or faerie themed decks. I have heard some of my fellow tarot lovers remark on the number of any sort of themed decks. “How many fairy-themed decks do we need?” Or “How many cat decks […]

The Anguish of Climate Change

Readers, please enjoy this guest blog post by Clea Danaan, author of the new Living Earth Devotional and Sacred Land. If you’ve been paying attention to the current state of the planet, you may be struggling with a pervading sense of doom. Not only do all signs point to dangerous heat, crazy storms, drought, famine, […]

Altars and Traditions

In major Western Ceremonial Magick traditions, the altar is described as being a “double cube.” That is, it had two equal-sized cubes on top of each other. So if your altar was to be 36″ tall, each side would be 18″. That’s the way I made my first altar. I painted it completely white (representing […]

The Truth or Something Else

For most of my journey with tarot, I always assumed the that the cards told us the truth. As a reader who does predictive readings, I know one of the reasons people often don’t predict is that the future isn’t written in stone and that things can change, by our own actions and those of […]

Question Authority: The Hierophant and the Vicar

Readers, please enjoy this guest blog post by Lunaea Weatherstone, creator of a number of tarot decks, including the new Victorian Fairy Tarot. The Hierophant is a card that doesn’t seem to get much love from the tarot community. We are a free-thinking bunch, generally speaking, and the Hierophant is often interpreted as being rigid, […]

See Me and Other Llewellyn Authors In Person and Online

As I wrote at the end of my previous post, This coming Saturday, September the 14th, I’ll be giving a workshop for the San Diego Pagan Pride day event. This family friendly (and dog friendly!) day will be held from 9:00 am to 5:00 pm at 6th and El Prado/Laurel in beautiful Balboa Park. If you […]

Victorian Fairies are here!

I know many of you have been waiting for this lovely deck and it is finally here! And you can see more HERE. I also know that sometimes people are disappointed in a long-awaited deck for various reasons. One is that sometimes it feels like the Minors were given short shrift and lack the detail […]

The Hidden Realm

Julia Jeffrey’s Tarot of the Hidden Realm is an incredibly emotional and evocative deck. Working with her on it and in particular writing the book and finding the voice of these cards was an adventure. Because of the nature of the art, which felt deeply elemental and shamanic, I used shamanic journeying techniques for some […]

The Fear that Paralyzes

Many months ago I turned in a manuscript to Llewellyn for consideration. I had been working on this manuscript for many years, and I had followed the formatting rules I had thought were appropriate for the submission. I thought wrong. I also received a large number of suggestions from my acquisition editor. I spent a […]

Discovering the Medium Within Wins Living Now Book Award

We are excited to announce that Discovering the Medium Within by Anysia Kiel has won the Gold Medal in the “Metaphysical” category of the 5th annual Living Now Book Awards. The Living Now Book Awards are designed to bring increased recognition to the year’s very best lifestyle books and their creators, and celebrate the innovation […]