Wednesday, May 24, 2017

End of May Blogletter

My homage to au courant Tarot goodness in the webs, and I'll try to introduce some folks that aren't in the top SEO picks

In the News(letters)

Keep your brands to yourself- Check out The Tarot Lady as she takes on copy cats in the latest Soul Proprietor 

Christiana Gaudet is Summer Ready per her Tarot Topics Newsletter  

Great Expectations (Check these events out!)

Tarot Summer School-looks to be amazing! Bundle 15 courses by different instructors, or buy classes individually! Registration is open, Class June 1

May 24- Talking Shop with Theresa and Bri is a public event on Facebook- Topic "Creative Photography For Your Soulful Business" here

International Tarot Day is coming July 8! (78) You'll soon start seeing some wonderous things planned for it's first celebration!

Up For Review

I'm currently loving Leeza Robertson's Tarot Court Cards For Beginners and a review is forthcoming shortly

I'll also be interviewing three time author and two time deck publisher Janet Boyer- you'll see it in the blog soon!

Let's not be Blog-livious: small blogs, big content

Do you like "Yes or No" spreads? Check out The Jupiter & Saturn Yes No Technique from Lisa Eddy at Angelorum 

Correlate Tarot to music? Owl in the Oak Tarot does. Connecting Tarot With Music: Strength 

Where have I been to only recently discover Fables Den? Excellent writings, I was hooked when I saw "Tetris" in this title The High Priestess' Way-Make Space, Stay Still, and Play Tetris

New Blogger Alert! I am happy to introduce Starr Carillo's foray into the world of online journaling with her blog Starr Tarot  Read about What Tarot Has Taught Me 

Gypsy Rose Tarot talks about Letting Go

Miguel Marques for Maelstrom Tarot writes the thoughtful To A Queen of Swords

More thoughts on the Court Cards, this time about the Pages. Meadow Queen views them as Eyes Up, Heart Open  Awwww!

 A Simple Spread For The Resistance is an answer spread Dreadlock Tarot was inspired to create noticing people's desire to help with their community of even on a more global level where we can

Victoria from Eternal Athena participated in a pictorial spread for Bored Panda, bringing life to several cards in the name of Tarot. And Art.

I do hope you already follow Imogen Walters. Her latest post provides Musings On The Magician

Finally, this is not Tarot related, but an excellent post on divination, by ANY means The Body as Divination Tool by Kai Elliot  

Amour pour TdM
As if The Queen's Sword couldn't get any better, check out the newest feature Artist's Advice  

One of Camelia Elias' students started a blog! Take a look at Tarot Vitae

Up On Deck:

The Wooden Tarot is a neat indy deck I've been looking at. Int'l buyers may want to order from Beth Maiden at Little Red Tarot 

Lots of buzz for the Kickstarter of the Mesquite Tarot - it looks great!

Speaking of Kickstarter Tarot Decks, J Ryan Kent of Queer Street Tarot is creating and has on Kickstarter a Tarot deck "of my experience as a gay man & my esoteric/tarot knowledge to bring a unique deck to life"  Take a look Here


Until next time, Tarot on!~


  1. What a lovely round-up and thank you so much for including Angelorum! xxx

  2. Thank you for your kind words! Happy to feature such great content, as Angelorum always has. Bless!~

  3. Big thank you for mentioning my blog, TarotVitae

    1. As a student of Camelia's, I am sure you'll go far! Keep up the wonderful work!

  4. Thank you so much for the mention, Sg! 💜💜

    1. Thank you for taking time to read and respond! Keep up the wonderful posts!

  5. Thank you so much for the shout-out! You're the best. :D
    -Kim from Fables Den

    1. Thank you for taking the time to read and comment on my blogletter! Can't wait to see what you write next!