I was 17 when I had my first tarot reading. (That’s me in the picture, sometime in the ’90s.) I had had some very difficult things happen to me when I was growing up, and didn’t have a lot of emotional support at the time. The culture in my home was one of emotional detachment.
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Last week, the Sun slipped into Taurus and Saturn retrograde began. Both Pluto and Saturn are in Capricorn right now, a sign that concerns itself with work, ambition, organization, power, and efficiency. Capricorn likes to climb to the top of the mountain and then ask, “What can I climb next?” It pushes itself to new
Years ago, I was reading tarot for a friend. “Just give me a bit of everything – work, my marriage. I just want to know what’s coming up for the year ahead,” she said. This is how most of my readings start. People are usually curious about their love lives and careers, the areas where
I can’t believe how fast this year is going. I feel like it was just yesterday I was talking about the start of spring, and the start of Aries season. Here we are, already a month later, with the Sun entering Taurus this Thursday, April 19. I love Aries time, but Taurus is just as
Occultist Éliphas Lévi (1810 – 1875) wrote that tarot is “the most perfect tool” to understand life. He believed that “an imprisoned person with no other book than the Tarot, if he knew how to use it, could in a few years acquire universal knowledge.” But whose knowledge would we be acquiring? Just as human