Andi shares some herbal remedies to help with the treatment of bronchitis.
Tarot creator Sarah Shipman introduces us to a couple of the amazing women of her feminist tarot deck, Our Tarot.
The Wheel of the Year provides a framework for observing the connection (or sometimes disconnection) between my inner life and the world around me.
Ever wanted your own magic wand? Here's how to make one!
Folk tradition, herbalism, meditations, ancestors, rituals, reflections, a memento mori, how to conduct a seance with tarot, and more wonderful writing for the thinning of the veil.
"Consider it with me, what can you do to unspell capitalism, racism, patriarchy, cis-sexism, homophobia, ableism and colonisation? Cause I see you. And I believe you are powerful beyond measure."
"I would at this point in my life describe myself as fat, black, queer, and divine. There isn't a deck out there to my knowledge that expresses this freedom that I feel within myself."
We each have our own wounds, scars, and challenges, but the truest healing takes place when we see their place in a shared story and work to heal and move forwards together.
The rowan tree is one of my favourites, and just now, it’s at its most beautiful. Here are a few thoughts on this magical tree, and how to make a garland from its berries.
Let's have a peek at your tarot stuff, bookshelves, altars, reading spaces and more!
I may move house a lot, but my tarot bits and pieces are always to hand. Here's a peek at the tarot decks, oracles, and ritual tools I keep in my tarot box!
I created this tiny oracle to help me though a rough patch. Now, I'd love to share it with you, as part of a lost and found storytelling project.
[Guest post] Jess Rollar shares her ongoing collage oracle project and explains how you can make your own!
I have to begin with me. I want to reassert my boundaries as a response to what just happened, and I want to reassert openness and find a channel through which to pour all this love inside me out into a world that is in pain.
"Being Jewish and identifying as Jewish are both really important to me. As are being feminist and queer. Being a priestess is completely intertwined with those identities. Magic exists. It just does. That's where the priestess part comes in."
"I’m no expert, but flower remedies feel a bit like magical potions to me. I make them for myself and for those close to me, like emotional salves to help us through difficult times."
"Noel’s Numinous Tarot brilliantly tells our stories, including our identities without distilling us to just cleverly put together letters of the alphabet."
Going in for their partner's ultrasound, Andi reflects on the multiple dimensions of the Empress - a card of fertility, agency, and empowerment.
Spring equinox is a festival of fresh air, balance and harmony. Here are some suggestions for how you might observe or celebrate.
New columnist Andi offers eight magical strategies for releasing and letting go that which no longer serves you.
[Guest post] For the last several years, I’ve been creating tarot and oracle decks and, so far, I’ve published fourteen decks. Here's how you can do the same.
[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] The lesson of wild roses is complete love and acceptance, and their medicine can only go this deep because of the protection offered by the thorns.
The world needs more queer/POC tarot decks. Here's one you can support! Plus a raw and honest interview with creator of the Next World Tarot, Cristy C Road!