Hey friends, it's that time of year again! The Llewellyn annuals are almost ready to go. Llewellyn's Tarot Calendar is in its third year and looking as great as ever. Full of beautiful art, awesome tips, fun facts, and spreads, this calendar will bring tarot into each day of the year. Find out more HERE.
This book turned out so wonderfully! Using over 50 decks gives the reader a great sense of the variety available to them. Flipping through the full color pages is almost like opening a jewelry box filled with bright gems.
A picture is worth a thousand words, so here's a peek inside. You can find out more HERE.
This summer, the Omega Institute offered a Masters of Tarot weekend workshop featuring me, Theresa Reed, Sasha Graham, Mary Greer, and Rachel Pollack. One of the signs of a good teacher is that they are always investigating and exploring. Even if you’ve had classes with them before or read their books, they always have something new to offer…or perhaps a new approach to an old favorite topic. It was a wonderful weekend for both us teachers and for the students.
I am probably most well-known for my Steampunk Tarot, Tarot Spreads, and Your Tarot Your Way. As teacher, I like to share some of whatever philosophy, neuroscience, sacred studies, and psychology ideas that are filling my head
Mystic Faerie Tarot
Linda Ravenscroft, text by Barbara Moore
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The fae of Justice lives in a mistletoe bush. While she looks very demure and gentle, she represents an incredibly powerful magic that is tied deeply to the core of the universe.
Her stone perch indicates her roots to the earth. However, she sits on a cushion decorated with spirals, indicated the cycles life…life as lived by people. The power she wields is a direct result of our individual actions. A human name for her power is karma, the justice of the universe. This is the most perfect and poetic of all justice systems. She holds the scales that weird our actions and the