The Poetic Arcanum

These past weeks I have been slowly toiling away at creating another project, The Poetic Arcanum. It is a collection of 22 small and pithy poems pertaining to each of the Major Arcana of the Tarot de Marseille. Each of the poems aim at specifically answering the question, Who are you, with each of the … More The Poetic Arcanum

The Yes and the No

I read yes/no questions, because it’s interesting to see how they play out in real life. The way I see it, nothing is fixed and as we move about our lives we are constantly making decisions and changing the realms of possibilities for ourselves. Outside of dual paradigms, change is inescapable. Hence, reading the cards … More The Yes and the No

A conversation ’round a kitchen table while playing cards

I have recently made the jump to open up a small shop for card readings, over on Etsy. This was around a month ago. Making this jump has inevitably got me thinking about my narrative as a card reader, what defines me and what shapes me as a cartomancer? These questions led to much thought … More A conversation ’round a kitchen table while playing cards

The Fool

This past week has been hectic and full of big changes, hence why I haven’t written anything here. Throughout all this time of changes, the fool has occupied my mind constantly. It is a common habit of mine to be somewhat afraid and cautious with change. Moving somewhere new,  starting a job I have never … More The Fool

The Moon

Within this small cyber space I have created, my goal is to explore life and magic in conjunction with the tarot and other forms of cartomancy and divination. I let this project develop organicically, free of dogma and pedantry. Given all this, I mostly share thoughts and spreads from a place of inspiration. If you, … More The Moon

The Hanged One

I recently got back from my trip back home and I find myself full of energy and strangely, revitalized. Initially, going into the trip I was apprehensive. Weary of revisiting places I didn’t want to revisit and seeing people I didn’t want to see, but this trip has changed my whole perspective. I feel I … More The Hanged One