Projecting manifestation onto inanimate objects is an age-old human practice. When does it become a problem?… How do we keep symbols in perspective?
Can the universality of the tarot really tell us about the earliest history of ourselves?
Liz Worth’s book is a perfect resource for new tarot readers or for more experienced readers who want to broaden their tarot card definition lexicon…
It’s a big deal for a person to seek out a tarot reader and divulge personal or intimate details about life to a total stranger. So how does a tarot reader get a client to open up?
Deciphering court cards can be a challenge…here’s a look at some ways to interpret the knights in your tarot deck.
Sylvia Rodgers Albro, a senior conservator at the Library of Congress, presents several instances of Arabic influence in the early Italian papermaking industry… what does it mean for the history of tarot?
What kind of a reading do you get when you read during a solar eclipse?
More bullying of tarot readers from the high pulpit of the current Catholic Pope…
Do the magickal roots of tarot reading have a broader view of the healing process than psychotherapeutic remedies?
A symbol on an historical early American artisan work provides some interpretive context for recent events…