Tarot Reading for the Collective ~ September 2016

Dear Readers, This month I am in the mood for a deck that challenges the ways our eyes are used to looking at tarot imagery. I have chosen The Orbifold Tarot by Michael Bridge-Dickson, and I love the beautiful, shiny, colourful, geometric shapes contained therein. On the inside of the box containing this tarot deck … Continue reading

[Tarot Newsletter] Free Ebook & Flowing with the Queen & King of Cups🌊

My latest Tarot Newsletter is out, with a link to a FREE Ebook I contributed to, as well as news from the flowing ways of the Queen & King of Cups. You can read it here. bit.ly/TNAug16  

Tarot Reading for the Collective ~ August 2016

Dearest Readers, This month we are talking with the Tarot of the Crone, by Ellen Lorenzi-Prince. Of all the decks I have by Ellen (I have four), this one pulls at my inner world the most. All her tarot decks are powerful in their own way, and I bow deeply before each of them. This … Continue reading

[Tarot Newsletter] Embodying the Fabulousness of the King of Wands

My latest Tarot Newsletter is out, featuring the fabulousness of the King of Wands, and more news from my Divination Bike. Read it here! bit.ly/TNJul16

Tarot Reading for the Collective ~ July 2016

Dear readers, welcome to this month’s Tarot Reading for the Collective, and welcome to the Tarot de St. Croix by Lisa de St. Croix. I had had my eye on this beautiful contemporary multi-cultural tarot deck for quite some time, and it was on my To-Buy list when I went to Readers Studio in NYC … Continue reading

Tarot Reading for the Collective ~ June 2016

Welcome to June, and welcome to The Elora Tarot Project, a tarot deck that came into the world when Shelley Carter from Elora, Ontario, Canada, invited 65 local artists to create the 78 tarot card images. Shelley is quoted on the inside of the tarot box, “There was magic at work when this community got … Continue reading

Tarot Reading for the Collective ~ December © 2011 Sarah Barry

This tarot reading begins on a Sydney train station on a rainy day. My flower-and-glitter-laden pushbike stays at home as I choose a day without the need to wear a fluoro yellow rain suit to get myself to work warm and dry. Considering the wintry rainy weather Sydney has been experiencing as we enter into … Continue reading