Posted by: David   in

Like Ouija the tarot has been the focal point of prejudice and misunderstanding. Many associate it with unethical “psychics” working at fairs and in shops with neon signs. While not all of these psychics are unethical in their practices, so many are that the rest of us have suffered for their misdeeds.

There are many who see the tarot only as a means of divination just as there are many who see Ouija only as a gateway to hell, an invitation to the demonic, or, at best, a means of spirit communication but the tarot and Ouija are not defined by these prejudices.

In this section I hope to show you the tarot like you’ve never seen it before. If you, like me, already love the tarot, then I hope I can contribute something new to your understanding.

Blessed be

What does the Tarot have to do with the study of the paranormal in the Victorian age?

Tarot Confessions Part 1 

Tarot Confessions Part 2

The Inner Critic: A Dialogue with a Reader of this Blog


Learning One Card at a Time 

The Two of Rods

Eight of Swords

The Knight of Cups

What the Future Holds

Tarot Spreads

The Queen of Swords 

Tarot and Spirit

Pamela Colman Smith