For me divination is a direct method of connecting to a place where everything is knowable.  -Andrew McGregor

Andrew is the owner of the Hermit’s Lamp in Toronto, and is a reader, an author and deck creator. He also has only podcast that I’ve ever binged. The Hermit’s Lamp podcast features a huge variety of folks from the magical, spiritual and divinatory worlds, and I’ve learned something new from every guest on the show. If you are looking to build your online community, or just to have your mind blown open, you should absolutely check it out. xo Lis LFT Questionnaire 1. What you appreciate the most in your friends. I appreciate kindness, passion and creativity in my …

I fell into the poetry that is tarot I fell into the symbolic layers, the similes and the metaphors, the cosmic language – Fables Den

I found Kimberly on Instagram. I believe someone re-posted one of her drawings and I immediately fell into a rabbit hole of beautiful, relevant, quirky tarot art. I’m a sucker for artists, especially those that make me laugh. There is a light-heartedness surrounding Kimberly’s art and tarot work. Although I will sit down with a heavy deck (Hey, Mary-El. Wanna make me cry again?), I am an optimist at heart, and I want my spreads and cards to have hope more often than not. Kimberly knows her cards, knows what a pain in the ass white borders on tarot cards …

“Gee, ain’t I a stinker?” – Bugs Bunny

I’ve been teaching tarot by using pop culture for years (the Emperor is Cartman from South Park – with more money). It’s a fun way to learn and it helps people get in touch with a simple descriptor of the card so they can build on it.  My husband challenged me to match the Major Arcana with the Looney Tunes. Challenge accepted, buddy. After this one, I’ll be taking suggestions for pop culture suggestions (Firefly is next), so let me know what you think of the new feature “Pop Goes the Tarot”.  Enjoy! xo Lis ALL PHOTOS COPYRIGHT OF WARNER …

It takes a lot of courage and confidence to shoot past through the BS and aim towards something higher. – Diana Chin

I think I found Diana Chin on Twitter. She’s funny, tuned in and smart. I love her perspective on the cards and her general badass witchiness. After a brief retreat from tarot, she’s back and badder than ever. Diana is just sensational, and I hope you dig her as much as I do.   Diana is a professional tarot reader, web developer/designer and writer. She co-founded Red Lotus Designz with her husband Ron in an effort to help spiritual bloggers, indie artists, writers and small businesses create simple but effective websites & logos. Diana also provides no-nonsense tarot readings with the …

I read the cards intuitively with a traditional backbone -Jess

One of my favorite things about social media is that it has completely annihilated the vacuum in which I learned tarot. I started reading at 14, and didn’t have anyone to talk about the cards with until I was in college. Instagram, Twitter and Facebook have led me to some amazing friends and wonderful new teachers. The thing that I love the most is finding new tarot readings with new perspectives to share. You can look at these cards every day, and after a while, they become like furniture. It’s only when you look with new eyes that you can …