Brian Dooley from Amateur Tarot Podcast | Interview

I met Brian at one of our tarot meetups. And again at another. And then another. I am terrible with names (and also faces).  Brian is a really cool guy who has turned his tarot path into a goodhearted and funny adventure for us to follow. I’m excited just by the excitement that Brian and Ben bring to tarot. It’s fun to listen to folks discover something that I’ve known for so long – I ALWAYS learn something new. You can find the podcast here. Brian and his co-host Ben are taking the podcast on the road. If you’re in St. …

Ste McCabe, The Tarot Cat | Interview

A long, long time ago, I created the Tarot MixTape Playlist. I asked a few of my buddies to find songs that defined the Major Arcana for them. “Pendulum Swinger” by the Indigo Girls, for example, nails the High Priestess for me. I love using pop culture to teach tarot. It’s accessible, it gives depth and texture to the cards, and it’s fun. Big fan of fun. So I got an email from a fella named Tarot Cat (Ste McCabe). Instantly curious, I saw that he played with some of my friends and had a very cool Zine for sale. This …

Noel Heimpel, Creator of the Numinous Tarot | Interivew

I wrote about the Numinous Tarot in my last newsletter and have been using it this month for some of my daily posts. It’s a beautiful deck. It’s beautiful in a few ways. 1. The artwork itself is lovely. 2. The edges are all shiny and sparkly. (Hi, I’m a magpie) 3. The diversity in race is glorious. 4. The representation of ways to love people is beautiful. 5. The different sizes and shapes and abilities of the folks in the beautiful cards is amazing. 6. The interpretation of the swords as bells brings clarity. Pentacles as Tomes brings groundedness. Cups as …