A Guide to Intuitive Tarot Reading

When I first tackled the behemoth that is tarot study, I armed myself with a deck, a beginner's collection of tarot books, and a few blank journals to jot some notes in. Honestly, I didn't think it was going to be that hard. I mean, I'd gotten down and dirty with Deleuze, Foucault, and Heidegger--what … Continue reading A Guide to Intuitive Tarot Reading

Fever-Dream Protest in Bilbao: An Exploration of The Emperor

It is April in Bilbao, 2006. Our train pulls into a deserted station; it is 5:45 AM and the city sleeps. Using a Frommer's map and our limited knowledge of Spanish, we find our way to the city's welcome center, but it has yet to open. In the meantime, we rest our bodies on benches … Continue reading Fever-Dream Protest in Bilbao: An Exploration of The Emperor

Tarot and the Craft: How I Use the Cards in My Spiritual Practice

Hello, Beautiful People. For those who don't know (although my blog is positively dripping with evidence), I'm a witch. Generally speaking, it means I'm a crystal-loving, goddess-worshipping, intention-manifesting practitioner of the craft. For me, it also means that I'm a yoga-practicing, mantra-chanting meditator. Anyone who identifies as a witch knows that there are as many forms … Continue reading Tarot and the Craft: How I Use the Cards in My Spiritual Practice

Deck Interview With The Wild Unknown

I'm late to the party. I've always been skeptical of this hipster deck--The Wild Unknown--because it looked so damn simple. Too simple. Like, where's the symbolism?  Where are the people? How will it interact with more in depth, psycho-spiritual readings? Will I be able to bond with the animal imagery (I have my totems, but otherwise, animals generally … Continue reading Deck Interview With The Wild Unknown