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Golden Universal Tarot

Lo Scarabeo is known for their creativity, including printing treatments. They have many beautiful silver and gold foil decks, a glow in the dark oracle, and are coming out with the first ever 3-D tarot deck. Their most recent deck is the Golden Universal Tarot. The cards are really beautiful but unfortunately it is difficult […]

Victorian Fairy Tarot Sneak Peek

Lunaea Weatherstone is becoming one of the most prolific tarot authors and creators working today. She created her own collage deck, Full Moon Dreams Tarot, which had a limited edition set of 250 decks and sold out very quickly. She is no longer offering it for sale (although decks have been known to sell on […]

My Favorite Spread for Over a Decade

In 2001, Rachel Pollack published a spread in the Llewellyn Tarot calendar. I fell in love with it immediately and have loved it for over 10 years now. It is a unique spread that uses all the Major Arcana cards. It gives you an overview of your spiritual journey and provides so much insight. Although […]

Ethics

Whether you read professionally or not, you will probably find yourself at some point facing ethically challenging situations. One way to minimize troublesome on-the-spot moments is to determine your ethical guidelines ahead of time. This is helpful, but no matter how thorough and careful you are, you might find someone at your table asking something […]

Girl’s Night In

Sasha Graham, being a true Tarot Diva, knows how to incorporate tarot into a good time.   If you want to bring in some beautiful and vivacious new energy into your, consider inviting over some of your friends, crack open a few tarot decks, and see what fabulous wisdom is revealed. Here are some tips […]

The Power of the Aces

It is just now beginning to feel like spring here in Minnesota, even though we still have snow on the ground. I always associate the Aces with spring, probably because I think of them as seeds full of all the potential of their suit. Awhile back, I wrote an article about the Aces and created […]

Preparing a Deck for Use

Many tarot readers consider their decks as important tools for their magical or spiritual work. As such, they treat them with respect and reverence. Often, they cleanse or charge their decks, dedicating them to specific purposes. This article but Joy Vernon is one of the best I’ve read on the subject. Reading and Ceremony for […]

Shuffling and Selecting Cards

Once I was in a yarn store with a friend. I was teaching her to knit and we were picking out yarn. The yarn she wanted was in a skein not in a ball, so I told her had to wind it into a ball before she started knitting. She asked, “how do you wind […]

Discovering Tarot: Learn From the Old—Create the New

There is more than one mythic history of the Tarot. It’s important to note that by mythic I don’t simply mean that the stories were made up and imaginary. Rather, myths are information conveyed in a story to indicate the importance of something. Aesop’s fables, for example, are myths explaining timeless truths in simple stories. […]

Throw Out the LWB?

One of the blogs I like to read is by Alan Joel, called the Esoteric School of Shamanism and Magic Blog. In his most recent post he advises that when you get a new Tarot deck you should “throw away the book that comes with the Tarot deck.” By that I assume he means the “Little […]