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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.

The Green Witch Tarot

Learn more here: CLICK! The Green Witch Tarot is the a deck that I’ve been waiting for ever since Ann Moura wrote Tarot for the Green Witch back in 2003. It is finally here and it is worth the wait. Charmingly illustrated by Kiri Østergaard Leonard, this is a deck full of stories, wisdom, and […]

Exploring the Raven’s Prophecy

Learn more here: CLICK Maggie Stiefvater is a storyteller, a musician, and an artist. She is a Magician, creating worlds that we can all explore. I first came into contact through her early young adult stories published through Flux (the Young Adult imprint of Llewellyn), Lament and Ballad. I fell in love with her work […]

Tarot: Art or Science?

My friend Fordrena Griffith recently asked my opinion: Is tarot reading an art or a science? If science why are not all equal? If an art, what distinguishes gifted readers from others? I think tarot is both an art and a science, in the same way that art or cooking mingles both art and science. […]

New Decks and Conflicting Information

Not long ago, my friend Joanne Matthew asked me how I would advise people to choose a first deck and what we should do with conflicting information in books, what we should be aware of so as not to get discouraged. Many new readers are overwhelmed by the many options of tarot decks available. Most […]

Creating Spreads

Creating spreads is fun. Even when you don’t have a particular question, but you feel like playing with your cards, you can create a spread inspired by the deck that you are using. This is an interesting way to get to know a deck and may reveal some wisdom that you didn’t know you were […]

Tarot Cards as Journal Prompts

Last month I was asked to write about how to use tarot cards as journaling prompts. Five years ago, I wrote an article with some journaling basics and you can find that HERE. I have some other great and/or fun ideas for using your cards as journal prompts for you, too. Write a short story […]

Pages in the Tarot

Readers, please enjoy this guest blog post by Deborah Lipp, author of The Elements of Ritual, The Way of Four, The Way of Four Spellbook, Merry Meet Again, and the new Tarot Interactions. People lose their minds over court cards in the tarot. They can stop the reader cold: Is this a person? If so, […]

Your Tarot Ethics

My friend Michael thought having me write about tarot ethics would be interesting. I think I might disappoint him because I don’t have a set of tarot ethics that I think all readers should abide by. And I don’t think, as some readers do, that unless you follow MY ethics you an ethical reader. I […]

Reading for Yourself

My friend Beverly asked for tips and techniques for reading for one’s self. I’m not sure about you, but reading for myself can be an exercise in frustration. I used to throw down some cards, hoping desperately that they tell me what I want to hear, and look at them for a nanosecond and scoop […]

The Soul Needs Time

Nancy Antenucci’s book Psychic Tarot is filled with great ways to enhance your connection to the cards and to spirit. It is also filled with practical tips for each of the six steps or, as she says, principles of a reading. For example in the chapter on Closure, Antenucci offers this gem: “I suggest my […]