Siobhan Rene

Siobhan (she/they) is a NYC-born writer, spiritual ally, and #radicaltarot reader living in central Texas.

Her facilitative reading style is the blended result of over a decade of study of tarot, nonviolent communication, shamanic ritual, sacred sexuality, and alternative relationship. 

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She geeks all those things in her newsletter and blog. She is also the creator of “The ‘Scopes,” the first-ever monthly collaborative tarotscopes which have featured over 40 professional tarot readers in the last three years.

Siobhan’s readings are voted most likely to take a good long while to process. Her writing is most known for its rawness and poeticism, touching on everything from anxiety and chronic illness to racism and ablism in the metaphysical community.

Siobhan’s mission is to cultivate awareness and develop spiritual practices to bring about a world where people are empowered and supported in their autonomy.

In the shorter term, she’s working on no less than three books that she hopes will empower readers to show up in the world, and in their tarot readings, with more authenticity and compassion (and fewer microaggressions).

She is serious about what matters, radically honest, and values the work that’s difficult but worth it.

Read your tarotscopes or join her membership site at radicaltarot.com.
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Siobhan’s posts on Little Red Tarot

Face Up Tarot | A final community card pull to mark the end of LRT

October 30, 2018

Get to know… Siobhan Rene (plus a beautiful closing poem)

October 29, 2018

An eclipse season tarot spread with the Dust II Onyx Tarot

July 9, 2018

Face Up Tarot | 8 of Cups: Ripening, reaping, the difference & why it matters

May 4, 2018

Hard bargain: An ode to the children of eight

March 8, 2018

Face Up Tarot | The Turn-Around Spread

February 8, 2018

Difficult Cards: The Hierophant as the nightmare of things

January 25, 2018

Planfest 2018: The anxious trap of time and planning

January 4, 2018

How to sort the courts part 6: Seeding with the Pages

December 21, 2017

How to sort the courts part 5: Questing with the Knights

November 30, 2017

How to sort the courts part 4: Honing power with the kings

October 26, 2017

How to sort the courts part 3: Stories of the modern day queen

September 21, 2017

How to sort the courts part 2: Foundational layers

August 24, 2017

How to sort the courts part 1.1: People, roles, & perspective

July 20, 2017

Face Up Tarot: How to breakthrough, even when you think you can’t

June 22, 2017

How not to help anxiety: An anti-list

May 25, 2017

Face Up Tarot: What makes a star? The gifted myth

April 27, 2017

Face Up Tarot: How to wield the 9 of Swords

March 30, 2017

Light & Shadow: Nine of Swords – can you afford to be so certain in life?

March 9, 2017

Safe aggression: An ode to the children of nine

February 9, 2017

How to rock out your 2017 planfest

January 16, 2017

Face Up Judgement: Trumpets, Grief, & Getting Woke

December 1, 2016

Face Up Justice: when darkness arrives

September 29, 2016

Face Up Tarot: how to juggle wishes

September 1, 2016

Face Up Tarot: the Devil’s recipes

August 18, 2016

Light & Shadow: Sorting the court cards part 1

August 4, 2016

Face Up Tarot: holding space

July 21, 2016

7 Major Points of the #tarotsowhite discussion & why I don’t agree with them

July 7, 2016

Face Up Interview Series: Sheilaa Hite

June 23, 2016

Light & Shadow: Seven of Wands, an oath of fire

June 9, 2016

Face Up Tarot: the Wickerwoman

May 26, 2016

Light & Shadow: The Emperor

May 12, 2016

Face Up Tarot: rope, flame, & feathers

April 28, 2016

Light & Shadow: The Hanged One

April 14, 2016

Food & Privilege: a free form face up spread

April 1, 2016

Light & Shadow: The Tower

March 17, 2016

Face Up Tarot: Three Cups Reversed

March 3, 2016

Mental Illness & Entrepreneurship – Owning Nonstandard Narratives

November 16, 2015