Have You Visited the Garden of Love?

Uusi became pretty well-known due to the popularity of their Pagan Otherworlds Tarot (2016). This year they launched a raunchy version of the Tarot de Marseille, the Eros Tarot: Garden of Love (2017). It’s a seriously fun deck, with simple line drawings and minimal colour. The Reading In the Ace of Wands, a curvy, female Continue reading »

This is What You Need to Grow Your Heart

In many circumstances, we’re told that you need to grow, to develop yourself, constantly. And there’s certainly nothing wrong with always learning and exploring. However, sometimes the goals and targets feel imposed from outside, or like they aren’t in harmony with your true self. I came across something like that in some of my reading Continue reading »

What Moonlight Shadow Dogs Me?

One of the things I love about the tarot community is that most people are enthusiastic to keep learning. I’ve been digging into the Tarot de Marseille system. Though it seems a little strange to call it a system, given that many writers have totally different takes on the cards. Makes me feel better about Continue reading »

What Dragons Shall I Ride This Week?

A new deck this week, at least new to this blog, the Starlight Dragon Tarot (Huszka & Engert, 2016).  It’s got beautiful, vibrant artwork in a detailed and yet minimalist style.  The cards are square, which makes for some interesting possibilities, like the diamond spread shown here.  The idea of the layout is to represent Continue reading »

Kinetic Tarot Reading

Last week, something someone said hit me really hard.  I woke up thinking about it and feeling really angry.  And, as is often the case in the early hours, I found the thoughts and feelings hard to shake.  In part to distract myself, I came up with a coaching-style spread to use with any extreme Continue reading »

Barbieri Tarot Reading

This week’s deck is another Lo Scarabeo offering, but with fantasy art rather than photo collage.  The Barbieri Tarot (2015) hasn’t received much coverage, probably because it is a darker deck, far more niche than the Thelema.  As for this week’s spread, following in the theme of exploring our multiple brains, it uses the mBIT Continue reading »