Endings and beginnings and links.
Ever pull a card and have no idea what it is? Siobhan shares an impossible Marseille reading and how not to help someone with anxiety.
Deck creator Oli StarFrosting’s half-a-lifetime experience as both zinester and tarot reader yields a deck whose aesthetic hums with raw, lively fey power.
Exchanging tarot readings with a friend is a good way to get out of your own head. Here are my reflections on my friend's thoughtful, helpful words.
Illustrator Stasia Burrington introduces her colourful, nature-rich tarot deck, inspired by Japanese and Buddhist concepts and ideals.
[Guest Post] "Reversals changed my life. Now it's your turn."
Cassandra explores the tirelessly kind side of this activist leader, and how he shows up for LGBTQ-identified folks.
[Guest Post] ask the cards what superhero/sidekick combo the world needs most.
"We call in the notorious full moon in Scorpio, with it’s fierce intuition, it’s deep commitment to being engaged in mystery, and it’s continuously transformative path."
"What does your caregiver's tarot ritual look like? What cards keep showing up in the light and shadow of your caregiver's journey?"
A five-card spread to help you explore what's going on with your feelings of jealousy.
We hear so much about 'grounding'...but what does it mean, and what does it look like?
Maranda explores BPD, sleeping pills, and the prolific with the Six of Swords and Daughter / Queen of Swords.
Your friendly neighborhood Guest Editor, Tango, here. Welcome to the end of April.
If you don't like human figures in your tarot cards, there are plenty of alternatives.
Siobhan pulls the Star face up and debunks the myth of the naturally gifted.
Taurus has me longing for a stable home. Perhaps I can manifest one under this new moon...
Cassandra looks at some LGBTQ-specific interpretations of the Queen of Wands.
"The most effective boundaries that I've been able to enact in my life have all been: measurable, accountable, negotiable and communicable."
I spent the past few weeks bunking off work in favour of cheap thrills and mini adventures.
Maranda reads the Two of Swords and Two of Pentacles with ghosts in their hometown.
"Our past selves refuse to be put away in the dark, fading on a forgotten shelf, or crushed in an old shoebox."
Sarah shares her reflections on April's full moon, and Libra's tarot card, Justice, plus a tarot spread for working with the themes of this moon.
Whether you use tarot to predict the future, or love using your cards for planning and decision-making, here are some techniques to answer 'when...?' questions.