I'm getting a goose tattoo and I have lots of feelings about it. Also: lots of lovely links!
Everywhere I look, I see the word 'witch'. But what does it mean to hold this identity? Three active witches share their philosophy and practice.
A Major Arcana bringing age-old archetypes into the modern, queer light, powered by independent artists (and Kickstarter).
Maranda Elizabeth introduces themself as Little Red Tarot's newest contributor in their column See the Cripple Dance.
Hit a rut with your tarot blog? Nothing to write in your journal? Pick one of these prompts, and get scribbling!
Upside down cards can really throw your reading out. Here are some ideas on how to approach them with confidence!
You deserve to be believed.
The Brady Tarot is an artist's deck featuring North American flora and fauna that is lush, bold, obsessive, and true to its roots.
The classic 'burnout' card brings compassionate messages of boundaries, rest and self-care to LGBTQ+ seekers.
A quick and simple introduction to following lunar cycles, their influence on our lives, and how the moon can support you in setting intentions and mapping goals.
In honor of birthdays and Black History month, Siobhan serves up a mini link round up of the tarot cards associated Mars and an ode to those born under the influence of the number nine.
"Find healing through showing the greater world more of yourself." Sarah Gottesdiener shares perspectives, ideas and ritual ideas for the February full moon in Leo.
This tough, harsh king can be both judge and defendant at once.
Activity, activism, resistance and rebuilding - these things are not just about loud, bold, glamorous actions. They are also about conversation. Learning, listening, growing our ideas.
"I’m learning to trust myself and tell my own story. I’m learning to ask for what I need. I’m discovering more and more each day that I can’t do this work alone."
"What we seek draws us into the light of greater consciousness, and where there is light there is shadow."
"Where do you return to in your spiritual practice? Where do you find space to begin again?" Asali shares some guidance and a simple ritual for ancestral work.
Marching on streets and walking on mountains. Also: many, many links!
The new moon in Aquarius invites us to revision our world. The Tower and the Star give us a framework for personal and collective liberation.
"In case you need to hear it anyway: the fight for LGBTQ+ rights isn't over." This card reminds us of our struggle, and of our immense power.
A three-card spread to explore the qualities and perspectives the Slow Holler Tarot can bring to tarot readings.
Sometimes the most important thing is simply to feel seen.
Want to bring a little more astrology into your life (even if you're a total beginner)? Tabby has some helpful tips!
"It's an organizational orgy. A link roundup that threatens to exceed the bounds of usefulness. Enough to make my Capricorn-moon heart sing and test my already shaky nerves."