Tarot cards pair beautifully with an intuitive practice of interpreting dreams. Try these tricks for an enhanced dream-divinatory experience!
During this Full Moon, reflect on the different parts of your identity, those inherently “you” and those that have been nurtured through others.
"As witches, we have inherited a healing practice and a duty to guard nature, the elements and the spiritual realm on Earth. Our work is never complete. It’s always a practice. Tarot cards offer us guidance in our craft."
If you're poly, or want to be, your Venus sign offers advice for making it work!
Sarah Gottesdiener shares reflections and ritual ideas for September's full moon in Pisces.
"Lately, whenever the moon is dark, I don’t feel like doing ritual or reading cards or making magic. Mostly I just feel cranky as fuck."
"I feel like I’m about to be born again this dark moon, like I’ll peck my way out of an egg. It feels good and energetic, and also a little scary. I'm not alone in this feeling."
In love, the Moon shows how we give and receive nurturing, as well as the basic stuff that makes us happy or at least comfortable in our day-to-day lives.
The full moon and lunar eclipse bring an opportunity to reflect on how you use and offer your gifts.
This dark moon, Wren McMurdo is inspired by the Strength card, via a story of bravery and compassion by Clarissa Pinkola Estes.
A new astrology column in which Luke Dani Blue offers quick and dirty guides to the stars to help us all become better lovers and/or partners. This month: your north node!
"After all, magic is an art form that will not work if you don't."
Sarah Gottesdiener shares the journey that led her to create the phenomenally successful Many Moons Workbook.
"My way to my liberation is paved through my practice. My arrows shoot high from the present. I stay aligned with my highest vibration. I work backwards from the truth."
"We call in the notorious full moon in Scorpio, with it’s fierce intuition, it’s deep commitment to being engaged in mystery, and it’s continuously transformative path."
Taurus has me longing for a stable home. Perhaps I can manifest one under this new moon...
Sarah shares her reflections on April's full moon, and Libra's tarot card, Justice, plus a tarot spread for working with the themes of this moon.
Who wants to play guess Giles' star sign?
Ever wondered about Buffy's star sign? Or Willow's? Wonder no more! Betsy revels all in this two-part guide to the astrology of vampire slayage.
Tabby has some helpful tips for making the most of Venus in retrograde, plus a reflective tarot spread based on the Pentagram of Venus.
"Many of us are in the process of transition and transformation—how could we not be, right now, with what is in front of us, with what we all face, collectively?"
A quick and simple introduction to following lunar cycles, their influence on our lives, and how the moon can support you in setting intentions and mapping goals.
In honor of birthdays and Black History month, Siobhan serves up a mini link round up of the tarot cards associated Mars and an ode to those born under the influence of the number nine.
"Find healing through showing the greater world more of yourself." Sarah Gottesdiener shares perspectives, ideas and ritual ideas for the February full moon in Leo.
The new moon in Aquarius invites us to revision our world. The Tower and the Star give us a framework for personal and collective liberation.
Want to bring a little more astrology into your life (even if you're a total beginner)? Tabby has some helpful tips!
Many Moons Workbook author Sarah Gottesdiener shares perspectives, ideas and ritual ideas for the January full moon in Cancer.
[Guest Post] Astrologer Mystic Medusa provides prominent highlights and key themes for the upcoming year.
Chart interpretation is a really exciting part of astrology, it can bring us closer to people, show us our strengths, teach us what parts of ourselves we need to grow and work on and be really healing.
[Guest post] Some people have found their minor aspects to be the most revealing part of their chart – so it’s really worth taking the time to get to know them.