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Spread Yourself Thin!

Even if you feel comfortable creating your own spreads, it’s always a fun time to rifle through Tarot spread books. Exploring other people’s thinking is a helpful way to stimulate some new ideas of your own as well. 262 more words

Tarot

The Eternal Crystals Oracle Cards by Jade-Sky

The Eternal Crystals Oracle Cards by Jade-Sky and illustrated by Jane Marin is a beautifully produced high-gloss deck that features 44 gemstones and crystals. Jade-Sky is a self-professed psychic-medium and channel and Jane Marin, in addition to being an artist, is a healer and life coach. 1,087 more words

Cartomancy

You Had Me At Hello: Tarot of the Animal Lords

The back is atrocious. There, I got that out of my chest. I feel a tinge of guilt, having started this first impression blog post with a negative comment–but it had to be said. 490 more words

Tarot

Book Review: How Green Was My Valley

Written by Richard Llewellyn in 1939, How Green Was My Valley is set in a rural mining town in South Wales. It’s told by Huw Morgan who looks back on his life in the valley, reflecting on how the people and his hometown have changed in response to persistent challenges to their way of life. 225 more words

Learning

Tarot Interview: Llewellyn’s Classic Tarot

Hi Everyone,

Have you ever found that you can’t connect very well to a deck or that a deck seems better for some matters than others? 317 more words

Review

Llewellyn's Classic Tarot: Review

Hi Everyone,

I’ve published a video about the Llewellyn’s Classic Tarot. It’s a nice deck that follows the Rider-Waite closely and that I would recommend to beginners too.

Enjoy!

Voune.

Review

Wait ... that's chaos magic???

I’ve heard the phrase “chaos magic” for years, but never bothered to look into the definition for two reasons:

  1. When I’ve heard it mentioned, there were dark and evil connotations.
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