lumeha reblogged your photo and added:

It’s the Hanson-Roberts Tarot !

THANK YOU <3

3 notes   •   August 20 2014, 01:28 PM
itswoddysworld:

Tarot card reading and wine night 🃏🍷🙈#tarotcards #mola #whatdoesthefuturebring? #wheresmolamaria? (at tarots on silkeborggade)

OHHH what deck is that?

itswoddysworld:

Tarot card reading and wine night 🃏🍷🙈#tarotcards #mola #whatdoesthefuturebring? #wheresmolamaria? (at tarots on silkeborggade)

OHHH what deck is that?

48 notes   •   August 20 2014, 01:22 PM   •   VIA   •   SOURCE

hellboundwitch:

The actual cards from the Harry Potter Tarot.

243 notes   •   August 20 2014, 01:01 PM   •   VIA   •   SOURCE

Calling tarot queermos

earl-grey-and-the-empress:

A reminder that if any of you lgbtqia tarot fans want to be involved in a casual discussion group, now’s your chance! All you have to do is send me an ask with your email address, and then I can invite you to the Tumblr page I’ve set up for us to chat :)

SIGNAL BOOST. SIGNAL BOOST. SIGNAL BOOOOOOOOOST!
sorry not sorry. i’m just excited.

10 notes   •   August 20 2014, 10:40 AM   •   VIA   •   SOURCE

Ten Things To Never Say to Your Tarot Reader 

thetarotlady:

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In this line of work, you hear it all. Including a whole lotta ignorant statements.

If you want to avoid opening your mouth and saying something that might be construed as super offensive and rude, check out this list of the ten things to never say to your tarot reader:

I really don’t…

157 notes   •   August 20 2014, 10:14 AM   •   VIA   •   SOURCE
Can you use tarot spreads for oracle cards? :s probably a stupid question sorry!

tarotgram:

Hell-to-the-yes you can! Spreads are pretty flexible :) and don’t be afraid to tweak them for whatever your needs are.

6 notes   •   August 20 2014, 09:40 AM   •   VIA   •   SOURCE
idanceitarotiart:

weatherstaff:

This came in the mail today! 🔮 (please ignore how gross my hand looks) #tarot #witchy #divination #books

That’s a great book. His deck the Alchemical Tarot is also very good.

Agreed! I don&#8217;t have a copy but read my local library&#8217;s copy. It&#8217;s one of the better books on the history of tarot that I&#8217;ve found. (and I hate history.)

idanceitarotiart:

weatherstaff:

This came in the mail today! 🔮 (please ignore how gross my hand looks) #tarot #witchy #divination #books

That’s a great book. His deck the Alchemical Tarot is also very good.

Agreed! I don’t have a copy but read my local library’s copy. It’s one of the better books on the history of tarot that I’ve found. (and I hate history.)

23 notes   •   August 20 2014, 09:27 AM   •   VIA   •   SOURCE

Twelve Olympians Spread

lyssaarktoi:

I was playing around with my deck today and came up with this… Sharing it to see if anyone else finds it useful. The Twelve Olympians each represent an important factor in your personal life. Using twelve cards, one for each Olympian, you can get a detailed reading with this spread.

Card 1: Hestia. In Hellenismos, Hestia is honored first and last, as the oldest and youngest child of Kronos, and is introduced first here. Hestia’s domain is the home and this card queries the Goddess and asks what is coming in terms of your home life.

Card 2: Zeus. As the primary male figure in Hellenismos, Zeus here stands for your relationships with men and what may be coming with male figures in your life. This could be anyone from a father to a lover.

Card 3: Hera. As her brother-husband stands for the men in your life, so does the Queen of the Gods stand for the women in your life. What is in your future with women? Hera will let you know.

Card 4: Demeter. Demeter here stands for your material gains and your earthly wealth. Anything for which you work hard to gain, that is what Demeter will reveal to you.

Card 5: Poseidon. The Sea God’s card pulls on the constant generation that the sea, the source of almost all life, allows. This card is about what is growing from the source in your life, and what is going to manifest itself in your life as a new thing. This is the unknown becoming known.

Card 6: Artemis. The card of Artemis is a mystery being revealed to you. Something that you have been hunting and wondering about is made clear with this card. Differing from Poseidon, this is something known becoming familiar.

Card 7: Apollon. Apollon Παιαν, the Healer, gives you information about health with this card. If there are no concerns in your own life, the Healing God may help others through you.

Card 8: Athena. Wise Athena speaks of knowledge and understanding of the world of book-learning. Her sage counsel advises you with wisdom that you need for whatever situation you approach.

Card 9: Hermes. The Messenger God stands for all money matters. Be it related to a job, money you already have, or a random lotto victory, the Trickster’s Guardian gives you advice on how to deal with your fiscal life.

Card 10: Aphrodite. Here, the Goddess of Love stands for all romantic relationships. The future and fate of your romantic life is revealed at Aphrodite’s whim.

Card 11: Hephaistos. The Crafting God of the Glowing Forge, Hephaistos tells you what you can make in your life. Not content to sit back and let things come to him, the Sooty One brings his dreams to life. What will you find that you can bring to life as well?

Card 12: Ares. The God of War asks you to look at any conflicts you have in your life, be it with yourself or with another person. How can these conflicts be resolved for the betterment of all involved? Ares gives you advice on this matter.

Feedback on any use of this spread would be wonderful! May the Gods bless your endeavors!

121 notes   •   August 20 2014, 09:20 AM   •   VIA   •   SOURCE

Click here to support Witchy Basket Fundraiser by Jessica 

constantine-spiritworker:

Okay, so. I set this up with a goal of $500. If you donate more than $5, you’ll get a discount code or coupon to use in the store when I get funded. (They’ll be generated at random, AND apply to everything in my shop, including readings. So some people might get $5 off, some people might get 50% off, etc.)

I was trying really hard to create a bunch of different & cool donation levels but… it didn’t work out too well. So I changed it to only have baskets (at least, right now) for $25. I got some more ideas last night and have started writing things down, making lists, collecting wholesale sites and just generally preparing to get this going. But I’m not going to reveal everything quite yet ;)

The reality is… I feel bad making this because I know there are a TON of other causes that are worthy of your support. So I don’t have super high expectations. But every little bit would help a LOT. I’ve been out of work for 2 months (due to my pregnancy loss in May) and my husband is only working part time while trying to finish his internship. (I’ve had several job interviews the last week or so and got a couple of offers, but I won’t start for a couple more weeks.. and when that happens I’ve got a ton of bills I’m behind on.) Anyway, if you’re still reading this, thanks so much, please consider donating or reblogging to help me out. <3

Hey guys, I’m not going to reblog this here very often - but in case you’ve found my blog the least bit helpful and would like to help out, here’s this link to my fundraiser. Feel free to reblog for any of your other followers, too. <3

sailorscent:

its amazing the things i found without looking. i was looking for some figure/hand drawing reference and came across the most random stuff.
like these beautiful cards from the Southside Tea Room in Brisbane.

The Southside Tea Room is a well known venue located in Brisbane, Australia. Southside Tea Room teamed up with local letterpress printer Little Peach Co. and engaged twenty two local, national and international artists to collectively put their unique stamp onto a deck of tarot cards. They must have given the artists a clear idea of what they expected, as unlike many other such collective tarots, this one has a degree of coherence. You can buy it from their Etsy shop. 
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how amazing are these :o

sailorscent:

its amazing the things i found without looking. i was looking for some figure/hand drawing reference and came across the most random stuff.

like these beautiful cards from the Southside Tea Room in Brisbane.

The Southside Tea Room is a well known venue located in Brisbane, Australia. Southside Tea Room teamed up with local letterpress printer Little Peach Co. and engaged twenty two local, national and international artists to collectively put their unique stamp onto a deck of tarot cards. They must have given the artists a clear idea of what they expected, as unlike many other such collective tarots, this one has a degree of coherence. You can buy it from their Etsy shop. 

link / source

how amazing are these :o

66 notes   •   August 20 2014, 07:18 AM   •   VIA   •   SOURCE