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The Spiritual Work of Winter

Winter is a time that we, in the Northern Hemisphere, naturally turn inward. Well, I should say that it would be the perfect time to turn inward, but mostly our society keeps us moving full tilt all year long. But still, for those of us interested in attending to our spirits, we tend to turn […]

Transformation vs Change

  Image: Death from Llewellyn’s Classic Tarot One of the wonderful things about tarot is that, if one wishes, it can provide a lifetime of learning. Working with the cards in readings and in personal reflection, our understanding of the cards deepens. The tapestry of our belief system becomes more complex, more nuanced. Sometimes we […]

Quick Readings

Being able to do quick (around five minutes) readings is a great skill to have if you read for parties or events. With the holiday season approaching, many of you will find yourself in situations where the quick reading will be helpful, such as for events or at parties with friends. It is also useful […]

A Spread for Guidance

This spread, called Titania’s Dream, is from the Victorian Fairies Tarot companion book by Lunaea Weatherstone (art by Gary Lippincott). It was created for this deck and thus pulls inspiration from the theme. However, most spreads can be used with any deck. It is inspired, as well, from a passage from Shakespeare’s A Midsummer Night’s […]

A Spread About You

This spread, called Alive, Dead, and Undead, is from the Vampires Tarot of the Eternal Night book. It was created as a companion to the deck and thus pulls inspiration from the theme. However, most spreads can be used with any deck. With autumn upon us, we often engage in more self-reflective readings, so this […]

Tarot and Numbers

One of the many things I love about Anthony Louis’ Beyond the Basics is his overview of the historic evolution of so many of the facets of tarot. This really helps modern card interpretations make more sense. For example, in his chapter Number Symbolism and the Tarot, his explanation of how the Golden Dawn numerology […]

Midsummer Spread

With the Solstice approaching, I thought I’d share the spread for this day from Sasha Graham’s new book, 365 Tarot Spreads: Revealing the Magic in Each Day. For each day, Sasha includes interesting tidbits about the day and about tarot, as well as a spread. The tidbits for June 20 include: “Russian witchcraft states the […]

Timing Techniques

Many people find determining timing with tarot to be challenging. One reason is that the future isn’t set in stone, so timing remains fluid. Any number of actions, decisions, or situations can occur that could affect the timing of, well, anything. And it’s possible that something won’t happen…so trying to determine when it will happen would […]

Tarot Beyond the Basics

Many of you are familiar with Anthony Louis’ class Tarot Plain and Simple, which is an excellent book for beginners. For those who are “beyond the basics” we now have Anthony Louis’ long-awaited Tarot Beyond the Basics. This wonderful book takes you further into your tarot studies. Not only does Louis provide stellar content, he […]

What Are Tarot Reversals?

When people get to together to discuss tarot, one of the topics that often comes up is “do you read reversals?” Reversals are cards that appear upside down relative to the orientation of the reading. Like this (The Lovers from the Llewellyn Tarot by Anna Marie Ferguson): The topic of reversals includes several subtopics, such as […]