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Smart Inquiry: 3 Tips in Asking the Tarot Questions

Let's face it, people are inclined to go to a divination practitioner (i.e. tarot reader) because they want to get some answers/information to certain questions on their minds. However, do we really think about the questions that we approach these tools with? It may sound a bit much to ponder about this, but asking the … Continue reading Smart Inquiry: 3 Tips in Asking the Tarot Questions

Honoring Pixie’s Art & Life: Pamela Colman Smith Commemorative Set Deck Review

Ever since I was a budding tarot enthusiast, I have always been enamored by the beauty of Pamela Colman Smith's artistry over the popular Rider Waite Smith tarot deck. I have a Universal Waite and Rider-Waite Tarot Deck: Giant Size in my collection so you can probably tell that I have a soft spot for her artwork, … Continue reading Honoring Pixie’s Art & Life: Pamela Colman Smith Commemorative Set Deck Review

Tarot Predicts the Future: Myth Busting #4

Featured Deck: Playing Marseille by Ryan Edward Author's Note: This Myth Busting post will differ from the others in a sense that it's not busting a wild concept surrounding the tarot. I, myself, do use the cards for divination or in a "fortune-telling" manner and have seen the benefits of this long-standing tradition. For the … Continue reading Tarot Predicts the Future: Myth Busting #4

Tarot Readings Should Be Free: Myth Busting #3

Featured Deck: Pagan Otherworlds Tarot by UUSI Design Studio The tarot always had a colourful history behind it. From its supposed Egyptian origins to its use by mystical fortune-tellers in vibrant caravans. An integral part of its history is the valuable exchange between the querent and the reader. We can assume that reading the cards … Continue reading Tarot Readings Should Be Free: Myth Busting #3