There’s a lot of confusion and misinformation out there regarding what Tarot is and is not. Can Tarot readers really tell the future? Are Tarot readers Satanists? Is it all just a load of malarkey? Here’s a short post to dispel some confusion and explain some of the things that Tarot absolutely can do. 1. Predict […]Read more "Six Things Tarot Can Definitely Do"
Today I’m coming at you with a review of the delightful, vibrant Vivid Journey Tarot, which was published by Llewellyn last year. This is a fun, easy-to-read deck with bold colors and artwork that fits clearly and neatly into the traditional RWS framework. My first thought upon flipping through this deck is that I finally have a […]Read more "A Review of the Vivid Journey Tarot"
Today, dearest friends, is my birthday, and I cannot think of any better way to celebrate than by bringing you another deck review. Today, we will delve into Ravynne Phelan’s breathtakingly beautiful oracle deck, the Dreams of Gaia Tarot. Technical details first. The 81 cards are thick and sturdy, a much better quality of stock than […]Read more "A Review of the Dreams of Gaia Tarot"
I am so excited. For the first time ever, I have the privilege of being able to review a deck when it’s released, and not five years after the fact when everyone already knows everything about it. We’re on the cutting edge of Tarot journalism today, ladies and gents, as I present you with a review […]Read more "A Review of the Tarot in Wonderland"
At long last, we have reached the final stage of my walkthrough of the Opening of the Key reading I did for myself at the 2018 vernal equinox. If you’re not caught up, feel free to read the First Operation, Second Operation, Third Operation, and Fourth Operation. I do an OOTK eight times per year […]Read more "My Equinox Reading: The Fifth Operation"
Today we continue the analysis of the Opening of the Key reading I performed for myself at this year’s spring equinox. If you missed the First, Second, and Third Operations, you should probably go read through them for context. If you don’t want to read through three other posts, or if you’d simply like a […]Read more "My Equinox Reading: The Fourth Operation"
This is Part 3 of my walkthrough of the Opening of the Key reading I did for myself at this year’s vernal equinox. If you missed Part 1 and Part 2, you may want to read up on them before diving into this post. The Third Operation of the Opening of the Key spread looks […]Read more "My Equinox Reading: The Third Operation"