Z is for Zero #atozchallenge

The Fool, number Zero in the tarot, is my favorite card, and the Shadowscapes deck is one of my all time favorite decks. I have this print next to my bathroom mirror and I see it every morning. It reminds me to move forward even when I’m afraid. That the only thing holding me back, really, is me. From Kitchen Table Tarot (by me!): “Historically, the Fool is the only person the king will listen to. The jester is a beloved character. Notice I didn’t call him a clown. That’s important because clowns have nothing of substance to say, and they’re …

M is for Magician #atozchallenge

This is from the Pagan Otherworlds tarot by Uusi. Yes. You should get it. The Magician card in the tarot is about sass and competence. It’s important to remember something about magicians. They practice a lot. Each trick that looks effortless took hours and hours to perfect. There is no magic without a hell of a lot of hustle.  When the Magician shows up in a reading, it’s your client’s time to shine. Their hard work is going to pay off and they’re going to be able to make all this look easy.  Clues in the card to help you …

S is for Shadowscapes #atozchallenge

I have a lot of tarot decks. Well, not as many as Arwen or Mary K Mothafuckin’ Greer, but like, 35 decks. That’s a lot. I’ve been doing this for a while, so it makes sense. People ask me sometimes which is my favorite. I’d like to be all, “Each tarot deck has it’s own special qualities and it depends on the blah blah blah” It’s the Shadowscapes deck by Stephanie Pui-Mun Law. This deck came out in 2010, and I was just gearing up my professional tarot career. I got a spiritual journey by my friend Mary in 2000, …