Llewellyn’s Little Book of Tarot
This is such a delightful little book, especially when you want to do a quick one card divination (the book is designed to be used that way!) or to enjoy a quick tarot tidbit. Because the design is such an important part of the experience, enjoy these pages on The Star card.
Fearless Tarot: How to Give a Positive Reading in Any Situation
I think of the spring quarantine months of 2020 as The Great Unwinding. Life slowed down significantly and for long enough for some of us to pay attention in ways we haven't been accustomed. In this excerpt, Adam shows us what we can learn about busyness through the Knight of Swords.
Knight of Swords
The Knight of Swords is an ambitious man. He is always striving to prove he is a successful adult. No matter how much he achieves, he can’t seem to be happy or rest. The only thing he knows how to do is push ahead. Once he has completed his objective, he doesn’t even
Readers, please enjoy this guest blog post by Sasha Graham, author of several books and decks, including the new Dark Wood Tarot.
The Dark Wood Tarot brings you into darkness so you can find your light. According to NASA, 68 percent of the universe is made of a mysterious force called Dark Energy. Dark Energy counters gravity and causes the universe to expand. Could it be there is an accessible energy inside a tarot spread that we've been ignoring all along?
Einstein pointed out that empty space is not empty. Space holds more space. Space is not diluted as is expands, like a growing flower reaching to sunlight, space itself becomes more space. This means the space between your
Kitchen Table Tarot: Pull Up a Chair, Shuffle the Cards, and Let’s Talk Tarot
At the time of this writing (late March 2020), I keep thinking about the Wheel. I wonder where we will be on the Wheel when this is posted. Where was the world in late-March compared to now in early June?
As you ponder, enjoy this excerpt from Kitchen Table Tarot:
The Wheel of Fortune
I am changing.
The Wheel of Fortune card is awkward when it comes up in readings. It’s the beginning and the end. Sometimes you’re riding the wheel, and sometimes you’re ground to dust under the wheel. It’s very subjective.
This card is about the law of returns. It can be about good