How Reading for Family Made Me a Better Cardslinger

On the morning of my cousin’s graduation party, I received the following text: “Rosy has a request that you bring your tarot cards? if it’s not the right place and time we get it.” It was not the right place. It was not the right time. But the fact that my family expressed an interest in […]

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Let’s Build a Culture of Love

Given the Orlando shootings, the Brexit vote, and the general current of racism, homophobia, and xenophobia running rampant in the West, I’m gob-smacked. Simply floored. I’ve abstained from openly writing about our current cultural meltdown given that it’s best for me to let things simmer before putting in my two cents. As of today, my […]

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Five Ways to Harness Fire Energy This Summer

Danaerys Targaryen is a badass, the prototypical Queen of Wands. She’s compassionate, but takes no shit. When things go pear-shaped, she immediately takes action. Her domain is her passion; she devotes everything to building and sustaining it. She is the unburnt–she is of fire and channels its energies, so its destruction cannot touch her. She is Goddess […]

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Two Roads Diverged and I Took Both: An Exploration of the Two of Swords

We met at a bar. He was a friend of a friend; a safe guy to chat to, held accountable for his actions by the group we were with. We talked philosophy, physics,  and food, and the conversation was pretty good by my standards. He was tall. A little goofy looking. Verbose. Slightly pretentious, but aware […]

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The Beautiful Dynamism of the Two-Card Spread

Anyone who travels in the circles of my twitter sphere knows that I’m a fan of the two card spread.  The simplicity of the one-card is almost too simple–done as a daily draw, it tends to reinforce traditional interpretations which, if you’re starting out and still getting the hang of meanings, is great.  If you’ve […]

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