A Miyako M’s Major Tarot

January 15th, 2018 § Comments Off on A Miyako M’s Major Tarot § permalink

As I’ve said before, I’m a sucker for a drawing video … take a look at A Miyako M’s Major Tarot video below to see some drawing in action.

And to learn more about her beautiful new deck, visit the Major Tarot project page, and/or A Miyako M’s website

Tarot Encyclopedia

December 19th, 2017 § Comments Off on Tarot Encyclopedia § permalink

Wow! I’ve been waiting since March, but my Tarot Lo Scarabeo Tarot Encyclopedia set (with Etteilla deck) has just arrived!

Perfect timing. I know what I’m doing this holiday break. Can hardly wait to dive in!

Marsella

December 14th, 2017 § Comments Off on Marsella § permalink

I’m not completely sure what’s going on in the short film below, but at least it’s clear that I’m not the only one who sees Tarot cards in graffiti.

Take a look at Marsella from Tzoztil Films

The Spoila Tarot

December 3rd, 2017 § Comments Off on The Spoila Tarot § permalink

Take a look at this lovely new collage deck by Jen May and Jessa Crispinthe Spolia Tarot.

To see some of the cards and learn more about them, take a look at the video below and/or visit the Spoila Tarot project page

Aboriginal Dreamtime Oracle

November 24th, 2017 § Comments Off on Aboriginal Dreamtime Oracle § permalink

What a beautiful deck … the Aboriginal Dreamtime Oracle by Mel Brown.

This new deck, released through Rockpool Publishing, feels rich, deep, and yes, dreamy. It shares the stories of the Aboriginal Ancestors as channeled through Mel Brown, each card offering a different dream, one we can have while we’re awake.

Brown, a Ngunnawai woman, describes dreaming as Mother Earth whispering ancient stories and sharing wisdom, and Dreamtime as being an ‘ancient bible’ that explains creation and provides guidance to help understand and live our lives.

In this deck (one of a series of Aboriginal themed decks created by Brown), 40 different dreams are represented, each one beautifully illustrated with a composite image of a photo and painting.

There’s a calm elegance to these cards that encourages reflection, and the accompanying handbook that tells the story of each dream is both clear speaking and spiritually illuminating.

For those interested in an oracle deck with a quiet voice, but the power of ageless wisdom, take a look at the Aboriginal Dreamtime Oracle. I think you might really like it.

Why You Should Try

November 14th, 2017 § Comments Off on Why You Should Try § permalink

If you find yourself always explaining to yourself why you shouldn’t try something you’d really like to do, take a look at the video below from Simon Cade and DSLRguide called Why You Shouldn’t Be An Artist.

It’s not at all about Tarot, but it brings to mind the idea from the Fool card that sometimes we just need to take a leap and not get all hung up on convincing ourselves not to try.

The Carnival at the End of the World Tarot

November 10th, 2017 § Comments Off on The Carnival at the End of the World Tarot § permalink

Here’s a fantastical new Tarot deck from Kahn & Selesnick called The Carnival at the End of the World.

Take a look at the video below to see some of the cards (and their models), and visit the Carnival at the End of the World project page to learn more.

Drawing Tarot

October 30th, 2017 § Comments Off on Drawing Tarot § permalink

This looks like it would have been fun … back at the end of September, the Seacoast Drink ‘N’ Draw group got together at the Port Tavern in Newburyport, Massachusetts to do a Tarot edition of their monthly Drink ‘N’ Draw events.

You can watch the video below to see how it went. And if you’re in the Newburyport area and would like to take part in other Drink ‘N’ Draw events (even if they’re not about Tarot), visit the Seacoast Drink ‘N’ Draw website to learn more.

The Anima Mundi Tarot

October 18th, 2017 § Comments Off on The Anima Mundi Tarot § permalink

Here’s another lovely new deck in the works, this one by Megan Wyreweden … The Anima Mundi Tarot.

Anima Mundi is a phrase coined by Plato to mean ‘the world soul’, or the concept that all living things on the planet are connected as one unified spiritual entity. Sounds like a good idea for a deck.

To see the cards, and to learn more about them, watch the video below, visit the Anima Mundi project page, and/or Wyreweden’s website

The Marigold Tarot

October 5th, 2017 § Comments Off on The Marigold Tarot § permalink

Here’s a hauntingly beautiful new deck from Amrit BrarThe Marigold Tarot.
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Take a look at the video and/or visit The Marigold Tarot project page to learn more …

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