Siobhan shares a Face Up tarot spread to help you lessen attachment to painful beliefs and deal with difficult situations.
This Sunday Spread is dedicated to finding and giving all the different kinds of love in our lives!
Maranda reviews the unconventional, unapologetically political, queer, feminist guide to reading tarot from a beloved and prolific writer.
Is it #timesup for the Tarot?
All and nothing. The Hierophant affixes the two.
"I was stunned to see this even being conceived - a deck created with Black queer magic as central to its inception?"
The final installment of Siobhan's Sorting the Courts series is all about the Pages!
It's gift giving (and receiving) season! What gifts do you want to cultivate this month?
Just in time for Sagittarius season, Siobhan writes about the mutable signs and the questing knights.
From radical readings to spell kits, intuitive tea blends to books, decks, art and apparel, LRT writers share their gift-able suggestions in this open thread post. Jump in and share your own links, too!
[Guest post] "Like the Empress, Inanna’s story navigates between the boundaries of love and power. "
"The Page of Swords is not going to lie to you about the reality we are facing - however, it does bring a new view."
We're heading into the holiday season! For this month's Sunday Spread we talk about how to give and take up space in ways that feel balanced and nurturing.
Alexis offers herbs to add to our tarot toolkit and how to engage with them.
Siobhan discusses power, poses, and the kings of the tarot court.
Maranda discusses self-awareness, public meltdowns, and using the cards to reduce harm to themself and others.
[Guest Post] Charmaine offers the basic archetypes of Jungian psychology though the lens of the major arcana.
"You can spend time and energy building yourself back up slowly over time, but it starts with taking off this blindfold..."
Siobhan shows how we can write new origin stories for the tarot's queens, reclaiming them for ourselves.
Summertime sadness, becoming smitten with yourself, and navigating internal worlds with the Seven of Cups.
Dumpster-diving and resisting ableism with the Five of Pentacles.
Endings and beginnings and links.
Deck creator Oli StarFrosting’s half-a-lifetime experience as both zinester and tarot reader yields a deck whose aesthetic hums with raw, lively fey power.
[Guest Post] "Reversals changed my life. Now it's your turn."
"What does your caregiver's tarot ritual look like? What cards keep showing up in the light and shadow of your caregiver's journey?"
"The most effective boundaries that I've been able to enact in my life have all been: measurable, accountable, negotiable and communicable."
Maranda reads the Two of Swords and Two of Pentacles with ghosts in their hometown.
"Our past selves refuse to be put away in the dark, fading on a forgotten shelf, or crushed in an old shoebox."
Do you know crip-time? Do you know crip-grief? Maranda presents a sick and disabled re-imagining of the Eight of Cups.
If you're planning on reading tarot at an upcoming event or party, here are my tips to help things go smoothly.