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The Tarot holds answers within its cards; join Tarot expert Barbara Moore on her path to discovering new Tarot techniques, tips, and tricks.

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 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, […]

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 […]

Controversial Topics in Tarot

Not long ago, I asked some of my peers and friends if they had any beliefs or practices regarding tarot that might be considered controversial by their fellow tarot readers. Some interesting items came up. The question was sparked by a controversial thought that has been bubbling in the back of my mind for several […]

Too Many Cats?

I can hear the cat lovers out there saying, “There can never be too many cats!” But 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 are possible?” What do you think? As […]

Art of Tarot 6

In this series, we are taking the time to smell the roses, which for tarot lovers often means taking the time to really appreciate a single image of tarot art. Today we look at the 8 of Spring from the Victorian Fairy Tarot by Lunaea Weatherstone and Gary Lipponcott. You can see more HERE. The […]

Art of Tarot 5

In this series, we are taking the time to smell the roses, which for tarot lovers often means taking the time to really appreciate a single image of tarot art.  Today we look at the 4 of Wands from the Tarot of the Hidden Realm by Julia Jeffrey. You can see more images HERE. In […]

Art of Tarot 4

In this series, we are taking the time to smell the roses, which for tarot lovers often means taking the time to really appreciate a single image of tarot art.  Today we look at the 3 of Skulls from the Tarot of Vampyres by Ian Daniels. You can see more HERE. It is no doubt […]