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A Review of Japaridze Tarot

I think Japaridze Tarot may be the most important new deck of 2014!

A New Tarot Meetup is Born

The Tampa Bay Area Tarot Meetup is Born!

You are Invited to Tea!


The 2014 Samhain Tarot Blog Hop

Welcome to the Samhain 2014 Tarot Blog Hop. Whether this is a spiritual holiday for you, a time to party, both or neither, I hope this October 31st has found you in good spirits!

Some Business Advice for Aspiring Tarot Professionals

Do the right research when you start your tarot business!

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).


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