Author: Cassandra Snow

Columns: Queering the Tarot, which looks at LGBTQIA*-specific interpretations of tarot cards.

Cassandra Snow (she/her/hers) is a professional tarot card reader, and runs Gadfly Theatre Productions, a queer and feminist theatre company.

She is rooted in Minneapolis, MN but loves traveling for work or play. Her life's work is on creating safe spaces and transformative experiences for marginalized people from all walks of life. She's obsessed with deconstructing gender norms, and drinks more coffee in a day than should be legal to consume. She's been reading cards for over a decade, when she started with a novelty deck in a dorm room basement “just for kicks”, and found a calling. She's been reading professionally for five years.

To learn more, “like” her at facebook.com/cassandrattp or visit cassandra-snow.com; readings can also be scheduled via her website.

Queering the Tarot: 16. The Tower

The Tower tarot card, from the Kitty Kahane Tarot

The Tower can indicate that you are meant to change this world for the better, building strong networks of support for those who need them, living authentically as a leader in their queer community, and creating change wherever they go.

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Queering the Tarot: 9. The Hermit

[Guest post] On the most basic level, those with unaccepting families will find themselves walking a Hermit's path before falling into a chosen family, and while this is not actually exclusive to queer experience, it is all too common in our community.

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Queering the Tarot: 7. The Chariot

Queering the Tarot is a guest post series written by Cassandra Snow. Cassandra takes the most common interpretations and manifestations of the cards and discuss ways you might read them for a LGBTQQIA* client—or for yourself. Read all posts in the series here! Queering the Tarot: 7. The Chariot Someone with a strong will who can overcome obstacles …

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