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It’s August, Gwyl Awst, Lammas, and the beginning of harvest season. Yarrow is everywhere, ragged mugwort blooming, and bright blackberries fattening on their thorny vines. Summer not yet slipped away…but the turning is touchable and these warm days feel precious. A time of abundance at the cusp of change. I hang out in the borage patch, whispering to myself of courage and desire.
Shining gold skeletons gleam from black linen cards in this luxurious tarot by Amrit Brar (creator of the Shitty Horoscopes zines). Amrit’s images draw from anatomy, nature, and distinctly Punjabi imagery, the skeletons representing a commitment to the eternal, the gold reflecting clear intentions.
Attention collectors of unbelievably cute animal decks: Kimberly Tsan’s cult panda tarot is back! The Wonder Edition includes various upgrades including five gorgeous new cards: Dream Space, Imagination Station, Stargazing Panda, Witchy Panda …and your new favourite, Caffeinated Panda.
On a budget but needing some cute panda action? We also have a limited number of bumped ‘seconds’ (of the previous ‘Imagine’ edition), with £20 off :)
Limited stock: The Dirt Gems Oracle
Beautifully illustrated in Chelsea Granger’s distinctive style, Dirt Gems is a treasure trove of plant wisdom. Draw a card for guidance from the more-than-human world, place them on your altar, or use these cards and the detailed guidebook as part of your herbal practice. These are the last remaning self-published decks before Dirt Gems goes mainstream in 2024.
We’re still waiting on news of the Ancestral Healing Tarot (it’s in production as I write!) but if you’re on the waitlist, you’ll be notified as soon as they’re on their way.
A second edition of the Tarot of the Cosmic Seed is in production…
YES the Gay Marseilles is fully funded! It won’t be out til next year but you bet we will be proudly stocking it :)
We’ve just had a fresh delivery of one of my personal favourites, the Living Altar Oracle. It’s both a spellbook and a queer map of nature’s rhythms, rooted in the wheel of the year, the waxing and waning of the moon, the rise and fall of the sun, the seasons of our lives.
For this liminal, between-season moment, I drew a card for any who may need it:
Thank you for being here, friend. Remember always that you are enough, exactly as you are.