Read like the Devil – Camelia Elias

I found Camelia Elias in a roundabout way. My friend, Ryan Edward, artist and cartographer extraordinaire, took classes with her a few years ago, and they became friends. When Ryan and I got together, I would get to learn second-hand about Camelia’s view of the cards and reading and the world, and I became fascinated. Even the way she offers readings on her site is wonderful “Few cards on the table” “Many cards on the table”. I’ve struggled in the past with pricing my readings, because I don’t time them. My solution was “60 minute-ish reading”. Hers is much more …

The Divine loves us and wants us to be happy – Barbara Moore

One of the best parts of publishing Kitchen Table tarot with Llewellyn is that they ask if I’ll review books, decks and calendars, and then they SEND THEM to me. I know, right? So I did receive this calendar for review, but honestly, it was already in my Amazon list. This calendar is reminiscent of the Llewellyn Witches calendar. I used that So much when I was a little baby witch, fresh out of the broom closet. Information is presented in such a way that you can learn tips, spreads and tarot history in little bite-sized pieces. Easier to digest …

These decks allow us to confront what we know with what we think we know. – J. Ryan Kent

Jake has a kickstarter for this wonderful decks – The Queer Community Tarot Deck.  We spoke with Jake earlier about his Queer Street Tarot business, and I’m happy to have another questionnaire about his new decks. These decks are focused on all aspects of the queer community, and are dedicated to making sure that people see themselves in their cards.  You can visit the Kickstarter at the link above, and find out more about the deck below.  xo! Lis Earth – tell me how this deck makes you feel at home These decks combine all that I’ve learned about myself, …

We are all in the gutter, but some of us are looking at the stars. – Oscar Wilde

I met Frank Andrews by way of his sister, Terry Iacuzzo. I interviewed Terry a few years ago, and was lucky enough to become friends with her. During a trip to New York this spring, Frank allowed us to walk through his home. I felt as if I were in a museum. From furniture of the 1820’s Europe, original artworks from Andy Warhol and Yoko Ono. An exorcism kit from Asia. It was true sensory overload, in the best way. As the stairs went up further and further, the amazement of seeing an actual Warhol got shoved aside by the …

I do what I want. – Eric Cartman

My life is changing, kittens, and I need to change along with it.  Until Book the Second is finished, I can’t do in-person readings. I have to write. I have to spend time with my family. I have to stop stressing out about trying to please everyone and take good care of myself. And I have to finish this amazing book.    Do not be sad! You can still get phone readings, email readings AND Element readings (by phone). One other change – my turnaround rate for email readings is one week from date of purchase. If you would like …

Watch for me by moonlight – Alfred Noyes

Rosemary Wise is one of three outstanding siblings. Her brother, Frank Andrews, has been reading tarot professionally in New York City for over 50 years. Her sister, Terry Iacuzzo, also in the City, has been reading tarot for nearly 40 years. Rosemary has been reading in her quiet corner of upstate New York quietly for almost as long. Rosemary has a skill called psychometry. This is the ability to pick up psychic impressions from touching or seeing an object. Show Rosemary the pictures and she’ll tell you who the people are. Hand her your your watch and she’ll tell you …