Abbie answers questions regarding the origins and current uses of runes of nordic practice, and shows you how to make your own!
Comparing cards from two or more different tarot decks can help you discover new depths of meaning. Here are some examples!
"The many worlds depicted in this deck come from an impulse to look through and ahead towards revolutions that threaten the current world order."
"Three decks: Each of them would encompass male, female, and non-binary elements that people could combine any way that they want."
"I feel like I’m about to be born again this dark moon, like I’ll peck my way out of an egg. It feels good and energetic, and also a little scary. I'm not alone in this feeling."
[Guest post] Artist Kathy Crabbe shares the story behind the Lefty Oracle, a deck she illustrated entirely with her non-dominant left hand.
These four powerful femmes have 'done the work', and they can help you to do it, too!
Get ready to support a tarot deck that feels like radical, beautiful Pride parade! The Numinous Tarot is for everybody and every body.
Intrigued by its city-based approach & entranced by the queer and feminist themes, Cassandra reviews The Urban Tarot.
Brave enough to go where fear resides, committed with curiosity and love to the heart's long and often difficult journey.
Ready for a tarot art overload? The Delta Enduring Tarot, the Mesquite Tarot, a Queerer Tarot, Mystic Mondays AND the Violet Ascension Tarot are all fundraising now!
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.
If you don't like human figures in your tarot cards, there are plenty of alternatives.
Watch out - these beautiful new tarot decks are publishing soon!
A joyful celebration of life, movement, and the present moment (...a reminder I needed.)
I wanted energy, excitement and joy. I got a reminder that I need to tie up some emotional loose ends before I dive into spring.
"Tarot is a way that I can step out of the moment and create some space, almost always alone, to get perspective, care for myself, come back to myself."
"The Slutist Tarot aims to put a woman’s voice behind eroticism, and to create images of people on the feminine spectrum in a way that we believe honors their sexualities."
When I'm pondering a new tarot deck, there are a few specific cards I like to check out first.
Let's all get over our creative paralysis, have some fun, and join in Kristen's creative oracle deck challenge.
A Major Arcana bringing age-old archetypes into the modern, queer light, powered by independent artists (and Kickstarter).
Upside down cards can really throw your reading out. Here are some ideas on how to approach them with confidence!
The Brady Tarot is an artist's deck featuring North American flora and fauna that is lush, bold, obsessive, and true to its roots.