Tarot and magic have been close companions for many decades. In her new book, 365 Tarot Spells, Sasha Graham shows us how to tap into the powerful energy of the cards and how to manifest that energy beautifully into our every day lives.

This exciting book is available in May and you can learn more HERE.

Until then here is a a little teaser, just in time to help you tap into the glorious energy of The Fool, just in time for Spring. The spell is listed on April 1st, which makes sense, but know that you can do these spells anytime it is appropriate for you.


The Fool from Tarot of the Hidden Realm

April 1st

Fool Card Connection Ritual


Today is April Fool’s Day. Spring bursts forth in unexpected ways as does the trickster pictured on this card. What better time than to connect with the archetypal energy of fool’s folly?


The Fool

Method, Visualization and Meditation

Enter the arcana of the Fool.

Say hello to the true mascot of tarot. Stand on the threshold as so many other have before you.

Everyone ignores the Madman, dancing on the edges of reality. Are you mad to enter the tarot? You can not turn away, you follow his maniacal laughter and stand atop a mountain peak. The Fool prances before you. The sun casts blinding white light of potential upon your upturned face. The Fool carries a white rose, symbolic of innocence. Only the innocent would follow his example. Only those who are pure of heart can follow his course. Can you forget all you know? Would you risk it? The Fool risks everything because he has nothing. With nothing to lose, you have everything to gain.

Leave your preconceived notions at the door. Shed your clothing. Rules? Throw them out the window. The Fool knows neither up or down. The Fool is ridiculous. The Fool is an opening. Can you hear his maniacal laughter?

The sacred symbol of all life, the circle, the zero, hangs above his head. No thing. It is the shape of the solar system, our planet, your eyes, a clock, an egg, the very shape of the molecules building your body. To enter the O is to enter the physical world. O is manifestation of physical reality. O is us as far as we can explain and experience ourselves. O is the beginning of the tarot. Is is also the end. The Fool is both ascended master and novice. Enter the mystery.

Begin your adventure.


Doorway, thresh hold, ground I stand,

What is this foreign, mystic land?

Answers sought, questions known,

Through this territory I shall roam.

Trod this path, like souls before,

Search until I find my door.

Search woolen pockets, pluck the key,

As I unleash infinity.

Tarot Fool copy

The Fool from the Raven’s Prophecy Tarot

Written by Barbara Moore
The tarot has been a part of Barbara Moore’s personal and professional lives for over a decade. In college, the tarot intrigued her with its marvelous blending of mythology, psychology, art, and history. Later, she served as the tarot specialist for Llewellyn Publications. Over the years, she has ...