Thorny brambles

September arrived too soon, with August roaring to a quick end. This month I want to try something I've been waiting a year for, cartomancy month, specifically, Cyprianic cartomancy. Under the auspices of St. Cyprian of Antioch I'm going to be focusing on Crossed Cartomancy, which is derived from the irreplaceable tome The Sorcerer's Treasure … Continue reading Thorny brambles

The augury of fire

After a brief hiatus last weekend, I was in the middle of moving, I am back with this week's augury. As I was shuffling my playing cards, my mind drifted towards the Tabula Mundi deck by MM Meleen, which I have unfortunately rarely used. I decided to take it out and keep it near to … Continue reading The augury of fire

A cheeky Augury

September 25- October 1st. It seems that going with the current and flux of things is favorable on my end, I realize as I sit down to write this week's augury. A lit candle guided the shuffling as I thought about all the potentialities this week might hold for me, for you (whomever stumbles upon … Continue reading A cheeky Augury

The Yes and the No

I read yes/no questions because I make no distinction from one question to another, they are all questions and I ask the cards all manner of questions. 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. … Continue reading The Yes and the No

A spread for a spread

Recently, I briefly shared that I had created a spread for Ostara. In retrospect I should have given more detail about the spread itself. This is me rectifying that. Believe it or not, I created this spread with a pack of Aleister Crowley's Thoth deck, a spanish edition of the deck I had lying around … Continue reading A spread for a spread

Difficulties and growing

I have been looking inwardly recently, at how I approach parenthood and how I express myself within this modality and identity. Honestly, it has served to reveal the multiplicity of my imperfections and ineptitude. In the face of all this, my child is too young to judge, to measure, he loves me unconditionally. Everyday I … Continue reading Difficulties and growing