I’ve been a fan of Brigit Esselmont, founder of the amazing Biddy Tarot empire, for years. Biddy Tarot really is the go-to resource for all things tarot. So of course I was thrilled when Brigit invited me on her podcast. You can listen to our interview here. If you’d rather read it, there’s also a
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I recently had the honour of being interviewed on Tarot Visions, a really great tarot podcast hosted by Jaymi and Rose Red, who are both really rad tarot people in their own right. We talked about my tarot book, the ins and outs of reading cards, and more. You can give it a listen here.
“Asking the right question can change your life.” – Wald Amberstone Think about that quote from Wald Amberstone for a second. We’ll come back to it. When people first come to me for a reading, I always ask them if they have a question, or a topic they’d like to focus on. “Should I tell
So many people lately have been reflecting on 2016 as a hell of a year – chaotic, unpredictable, frustrating, gut wrenching. With the personal upheaval, the political tension, and the overwhelming uncertainty in the air, many people out there are wondering, “What can I do?” Lately, I’ve been wondering, “What would Joe Strummer do?” If
On the day of the U.S. election, a lot of tarot cards were being thrown around. In an online tarot forum I participate in, a number of tarot readers had repeatedly pulled the Death card and the Hanged Man in response to, “Who will win the election?” Of course, predictions being predictions, these readings were