So many of us are stuck at home, looking for new sources of entertainment and learning. Why not try something new that may be out of your comfort zone?
Tarot is a deck of cards (usually 78) that can be used for any number of purposes, including divination and fortune-telling. The uses for tarot cards are endless! Some users draw cards in response to specific questions, looking for answers. Others use them for inspiration, carrying a card with them during the day. Others simply collect decks for their unique art. However you use the tarot, these dark and paranormal-themed decks might be just the new thing you're looking for at this time.
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Here in the northern hemisphere, Beltane, is almost upon us, but for our southern hemisphere friends, it is time for samhain. To help you celebrate, we’ve rounded up our best rituals, spells, books, and more!
Candles for Nights of Halloween Magic: Novelty candles make fun and festive decorations. As figural candles (such as black cats, red devils, skulls, and the like) are also used in American folk magic, the availability of Halloween candles suggests many possibilities for imaginative spell working. The following are some magical suggestions for Halloween candles.
A Dark Moon Ritual for Fall: The new moon is a time when many say that magic and
Tarot Correspondences by T. Susan Chang
In her book Tarot Correspondences, Chang helps readers use everything they know about tarot to create their own keywords for the numbers Ace - 10 for the Minor Arcana. This is a useful exercise, one I encourage my own students to do. However, focusing on the logic and intellectual robustness of a naming numbers system can pull interpretations into the abstract. Chang presents a practice to help keep those keywords grounded in your mind, making your readings more useful and easily applied to real life. Try it!
Once you’ve come up with ten keywords, see if you can trace a story when you follow them from one to ten.