Tarot Card Poem: The Fool … Unplugged

One of my own personal reflections about tarot performed live in NYC some years ago. It centers around the concept of the Fool, the card numbered zero. So it begins …. [Read more...]

Aida Wedo: The Snake Goddess Rears Her Beautiful Head

In addition to holding great power and energy, snakes are also symbolic of deep fear. [Read more...]

10 Must Haves For Your Tarot Altar- Spiritual House of Cards

For optimum performance intelligent people keep their car in a garage and give it regular tune ups and care, your cards are also a useful tool to get you somewhere, a spiritual vehicle so to speak, so you better take care of them too. [Read more...]

Zora Neale Hurston … What You Probably Don’t Know

She was born the child of two former slaves in 1891, and despite many trials and tribulations she showed us all you can’t keep a good woman down. Zora is known for her books, her poems, her quotes, but there is a lot people don’t know. [Read more...]

King Cake Recipe – The Delicious Magick of Mardi Gras

Then there is blueberry, praline, cheese, cinnamon, brownie, and everything in between. In New Orleans people eat King Cake for breakfast, lunch, dinner and snack time. Unlike Mardi Gras beads and Bourbon St., King cake is something natives really truly enjoy. [Read more...]

For The Love of Babalon- Unveiled

I welcome the chance to tell a love story, and this one is mine. I was born when he kissed me, to paraphrase a cinematic quote. Yet, part of me knew he was always there. [Read more...]

5 Creative Ways to Recharge Your Tarot Cards

Tarot cards are magickal tools, and they are ones that by their nature frequently get touched and used by others. I’ve been reading Tarot cards professionally for over two decades, and I still make a point to cleanse my cards daily. Here’s a list of creative and easy methods you can use to accomplish this. [Read more...]


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