Holy shit, holy shit, holy shit. I am so excited about this deck. Today I’m bringing you a review of the magnificent, flawless, aesthetic bombshell True Black Tarot by Arthur Wang. Not sure if you’ve picked up on it, but I love this deck. It’s an instant favorite. The cards for the deck are (true to […]Read more "A Review of the True Black Tarot"
It’s every novice reader’s nightmare. You’ve got a Tarot deck, and you’re still in the early stages of reading card meanings out of the LWB, but you’ve done several readings for yourself and you want to branch out. You convince your sister-in-law to let you read for her, because hey, she’s kind of spiritual. She […]Read more "When the Wrong Cards Turn Up"
It’s the last week of the semester. I have a pile of student essays to grade, two large research projects of my own to finish,* a couple of seasonal parties (both Pagan and secular) to attend, and just a lot on my plate, generally speaking. But hey! It’s almost Yule. Even though there’s no snow […]Read more "Cards for Yule: The Fool, the Hanged Man, and Judgment"
It’s two days after Thanksgiving, and I’m lying in bed prewriting this post as I wait for the rest of the house to wake up. My parents live far enough away that it’s impractical for me to spend Thanksgiving for year, so a friend from college has taken me under her wing, and I’ve spent […]Read more "A Simple Tarot Spread for Love"
I know, I know. It’s been forever since I’ve posted. In my defense, grad school is time-consuming, and it pays better than Tarot blogging (which says more about blogging than it does about life in a Ph.D). I’m not sure how long this post is going to be, but I woke up early this morning […]Read more "Reincarnation is a Thorn in My Side"
Today concludes the three-part series wherein I assign one James Bond film to each of the Major Arcana of the Tarot. You can read Part 1 and Part 2 if you’d like to catch up with the rest of the series. Thanks again to Deborah Lipp for helping me put together this list. XV. The […]Read more "The James Bond Tarot (Part 3)"
Today I’m excited to share with you a review of the Luna Sol Tarot, a new deck by Mike Medaglia. The Luna Sol Tarot takes traditional RWS images and themes, presenting them in a soft color palette with occasional modern twists, and it’s especially delightful because of the diversity of characters it features. The people depicted on […]Read more "A Review of the Luna Sol Tarot"