Tarot creator Sarah Shipman introduces us to a couple of the amazing women of her feminist tarot deck, Our Tarot.
"I created the Dark Days Tarot deck as a devotional exercise to the moon, my favorite femme." Tarot artist Wren McMurdo on her relationship to lunar cycles.
Astrologer Mystic Medusa provides prominent highlights and key themes for the upcoming year.
An introduction to using pendulums alone and alongside tarot cards for decision-making and divination.
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[Guest Post] While being stalked by this stabby thundercloud, Mary uncovers the power in the 3 of Swords where one usually only sees despair.
[Guest post] Jess Rollar shares her ongoing collage oracle project and explains how you can make your own!
[Guest Post] An oracle deck of subtle nuances, Soul Trees will help you become your very best tree-self.
[Guest post by Nicole] I got curious. Who were these feline creatures? What secrets did they have to share with me? What were they whispering? I set out to paint a cat a day for a month.
[Guest post by Lauren] Ritual became an enormous part of my life last year by complete accident.
[Guest post] Claire Sauer shares her monthly moonboard scrapbooking project, and explains how you can make your own lunar collages!
[Guest post] Created in the late 70's, the Motherpeace Tarot deck is a modern relic. Second wave feminists aimed to tear down patriarchal religious traditions and forge new, Goddess-centric spiritualities.
[Guest post] The NEXT WORLD TAROT is a visual spectacle of both the battle cry and the reconnection, between queers and outcasts and their criminalized identities.
[Guest post] Want to go pro? Already run a tarot business? Here are The Tarot Lady's top tips for making peace with making money from your magical skills.
[Guest post] I found the process fascinating, and it’s a course of study I highly recommend to anyone as a way of beginning or of deepening your understanding of the tarot.
[Guest post] Growing up in an evangelical household, there were many activities that my parents assured me would in some way curse my soul. I've likely done most of them.
[Guest post] Tarot can be a wonderful tool for working through creative blocks, uncovering the deeper attributes of a creative piece, and generating story prompts or character ideas.
[Guest post] I wonder how I can connect with others who have taken the journey to faerie as I have? - perhaps I will simply have to create such a space myself.
“queers go against gods plan and will burn in hell” // “tarot is the work of the devil and tarotists will burn in hell”
The Facebook event was mysterious—what exactly would “a contemporary queer re-visioning of a beautiful feminist tarot deck from the 80s” be?
[Guest post] "I believe more in universal energies and less in personified deities and I don’t identify with organized religion although I respect those who choose it."
A guest post shared by Ariel. Tarot is a multifaceted thing, and it means different things to different people. Some people use it to tap into forces that are otherwise unavailable; some of us use it to get to know our own sense of intuition. I can be used for practical and creative purposes. Everyone …
A guest post shared by Anthony. Guest posts on Little Red Tarot are submitted by readers. The aim is to offer a wide range of voices, views on, feelings about and approaches to tarot (and related topics). As with all posts on this website, discussion is welcome in the comments! If you’d like to write a post for Little …
A guest post shared by Benebell Wen. Guest posts on Little Red Tarot are submitted by readers. The aim is to offer a wide range of voices, views on, feelings about and approaches to tarot (and related topics). As with all posts on this website, discussion is welcome in the comments! If you’d like to write a post for …