My Tarot Blog is Moving!

OK, so my blog has been just a little overwhelmed with Tarot Posts recently! So, I have finally fulfilled a long term ambition and started a proper website devoted to Tarot. Perhaps in time we will also open it up and include some yoga and meditation and acupuncture (all the other paths I have been…

Celebrating Lammas: The Apple Spread

The Sun Harvest This Sabbat Special is part of the Tarot Blog Hop, with the topic The Sun Harvest: What end of Summer harvest do you want to bring in before fall? This hop is like the mythical town of Brigadoon. It all shows up at the same time. On the Sabbat. Just like magic!…

Celebrating Sabbats: Lammas

PREVIOUS BLOG | MASTER LIST | NEXT BLOG The Sun Harvest In case you’re wondering what those links are up top, this Sabbat Special is part of the Tarot Blog Hop, with the topic The Sun Harvest: What end of Summer harvest do you want to bring in before fall? This hop is like the…

Celebrating Sabbats: Beltane

So until recently I knew nothing about Beltane except that it is May Day. I recall being taken to a village fete as a child by my Nana, and looking forward to seeing the older girls dancing with their ribbons around a May pole. I recall the traffic being terrible, with it being a bank…

Book Review: King Billy and the Royal Road

When I was invited to review this book, my heart leapt for joy.  You see, by profession I am a primary school teacher, so I just love children’s books. And I love tarot, so the thought of a children’s book based on tarot and aimed at the 5-8 year old market excited me to the…

Celebrating Sabbats: Ostara

One of the life lessons I learnt a few years ago was a small mantra: Awareness, Acceptance, Action.  Although I have been Aware of the gift which has run down the female side of my family ever since I was a child, I was raised by my Father and Step-mother (a psychiatric nurse), who treated…

TABI Shout Out: SaucySailoress

As you may already know, the Tarot Association of the British Isles is a non-profit organisation which aims to help tarot readers develop their skills, but also to help the public enhance their lives. In fact, my favourite line in the TABI Aims is: ‘To promote Tarot as a force for good and development in…

Book Review: Going Beyond the Little White Book

Recently I acquired the Gummy Bear Tarot, and I found the most amazing little white book ever. I loved the sayings and the feelings invoked by the descriptions of the cards. Well, given that I’ve possessed maybe a dozen packs of Tarot since I started reading, that’s quite a compliment. I found it even better,…