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The Wheel of Fortune Again

Here's what the Wheel of Fortune told me!

Tarot by Numbers: Seven, Eight, Nine

Here are some great tarot exercises for journaling or group study, focusing on the numbers Seven, Eight and Nine.

Three Ways to Vet a Professional Tarotist

Looking for a great tarot professional? Here are three ways to make sure you find one.

The Problem with the Like Button

We can program our lives to stay inside our comfort zone, but should we?

The Cards Never Shut Up


Welcome to the Mabon Tarot Blog Hop, in celebration of the Autumnal Equinox.

Money for Tarot

Those of us who practice tarot know that there can be a lot of rumor, legend and superstition about what we do. Sometimes we, ourselves, are the source of untruths and half-truths about our practices.

Often, superstitious untruths are sanctimoniously spewed by practitioners who seem to value their judgmental and didactic opinions more than they value actual study.

One such legend that pops up from time to time is this gem.

A “true” tarot reader (or teacher) doesn’t charge money to read (or teach).

Four, Five, Six: More Minor Arcana Exercises

Here is a follow-up to my One, Two, Three Minor Arcana Tarot Exercises. I will be teaching this topic this week, and expect it to help my group really understand the Minor Arcana, and the ways in which the number values and elements combine to provide the card interpretation.

Like the first set of exercises, I think these will work equally well for the individual, as journaling prompts.

I would love to hear your experiences with these exercises!

Stereotyping Limits us All

Men aren't immature, and women aren't bitches. Let's stop promoting gender stereotypes!

We are Oracles

The word "oracle" speaks to our mystical history, and our sacred work.

Four Tarot Suits, a New Relationship and a Tarot Journal

Keeping a tarot journal will help you learn the cards and track changes in your life!


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