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Tarot Spreads for the Spacious Tarot

January 20, 2021

Dive deeper into your Spacious Tarot (or other favourite deck) with these four simple tarot spreads created and shared by Cathou. Read more

REVIEW | The Spacious Tarot: An invitation to reclaim your space

January 19, 2021

If tarot cards are portals, then the Spacious Tarot is a key to step into spaces. Spaces we’ve wandered at night forever. Spaces still left to discover and explore. Read more

Brexit: Update for EU customers

December 22, 2020

Ho, ho… um, ho. Read more

Escape the Shopocalypse! Shop closed in protest of ‘Black Friday’

November 27, 2020

The mindless consumerism that Black Friday represents is having a devastating effect on our individual and collective mental health, our communities, and our planet. Read more

#Decklust | QTPOC magic & winter love

November 25, 2020

New decks! Lunar planners! Brexit news and winter breaks. Read more

A beginners’ guide to Lenormand, from the Hurricane Mystic

November 11, 2020

Want to know how to read Lenormand cards? Start here, with this accessible guide from the Hurricane Mystic! Read more

Tarot for Trailblazing: Self-care baskets & a tarot spread for queer & disabled folx in pandemic times

September 28, 2020

“I’m watching conversations shift and I wonder: whose normal we are going back to?” A guest post shared by Grace Quantock. Read more

Emily Lubanko’s Tarot is surreal, intense, queer, & divine

September 14, 2020

“…my queer art is this way: it is loud, it is intense, it is sensual and dark and unapologetic and looks nightmares and reality (and the overlap) in the eye.” Read more