Mid-2018 I was pining after Baba Studio’s Victorian Romantic Tarot, roaming through several tarot trade groups desperately seeking the first … Continue Reading The Dreamkeepers Tarot
“Art plays with conventional forms, stretching the imagination towards liberation from constraints.” -Camelia Elias Art as a vehicle for moving … Continue Reading Tarot and Art
No that long ago I did a review of this uniquely beautiful deck, it can be found here. This new edition … Continue Reading We are crowdfunding for the second edition of The LXXXI Quareia Magicians Deck – want to help?
Around February of this year, Rubedo Press released a book by Jose Leitao, compiled and translated by him. I jumped at the chance to purchase the book as I highly admire his writing, his narrative is both accessible and rich. … Continue Reading An Enchanted Landscape through The Immaterial Book
From a book by Susanna Clarke, which I have not read nor heard of till now, comes this BBC mini series. It was mentioned somewhere in an article on faeries in tradition and history. It’s on Netflix, and it is … Continue Reading From a book to a BBC show.
I start off by saying that I received this deck unexpectedly. In the site darktarot.com you can find two free … Continue Reading Dark Tarot Deck Review
Hello, I decided to do a deck review with Le Tarot Noir by Matthieu Hackiere. I have had this deck … Continue Reading Le Tarot Noir, a review
A book review. I have mentioned on here previously that I was reading Camelia Elias’s book Marseille Tarot: Towards the … Continue Reading Towards the Art of Reading with Camelia Elias
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It begins around 25:11 when one of my favorite YouTube personalities Kelly-Ann Maddox talks about #TarotsoWhite and the “overwhelming lack of racial diversity in tarot and oracle decks.” Maddox covers it all. She acknowledges white privilege,…
I’ve just received a new deck I have been wanting for a while now, The Gorgon’s Tarot. I was almost … Continue Reading The Gorgon’s Tarot