Queer Tarot Cards The Devil version 3 Queer Tarot the Devil Card v3

Queering the Devil- 15: Version 3

Queering the Devil tarot Card- Raven: “I chose the Devil, because it represents my wild self, my world, my wilderness, my primal instinctive nature that knows no limitations no restrictions. I picked it to celebrate myself, to reclaim my physicality as something sacred.” This beautiful card was shot in New Zealand, in Wellington up in the bush, and as part of the shoot we created a ritual celebration to celebrate the Devilishness in us.

QUEER TAROT EXHIBITION MIDSUMM January 26th to 28th and February 2nd to 4th

Midsummer Queer Tarot Exhibition

Melbourne Midsummer Queer Tarot Exhibition: Telling Queer Stories through the Archetype of Tarot. Queer Tarot by and for the Queer community Queer Photography Exhibition. Click through for dates and Exhibition Location. January 26th to 28th & February 2nd to 4th in Richmond Victoria

Queering the Wheel of Fortune Tarot Card version 2 Fortuna

Queering the Wheel of Fortune Tarot Card: Fortuna

I chose the Wheel of Fortune card, because I am of Australian Aboriginal and Romani decent and the Wheel is particularly significant to Romani people, to the point where it is in the centre of our flag. The wheel informs the whole philosophy of the Romani people,...
Queering the Tower Queer Tarot Cards the Tower

Queering Tarot: The Tower 16

I chose the Tower, as a way to pull me through a few years of chaos. In terms of discovering my gender, my sexuality and recent Asexuality as well. The message that the Tower brought for me was “Finding clarity and direction through chaos”. The Tower really struck a chord at this moment of my life as a message of hope and direction through a really dark period in one’s life. It also relates to the chaos of experiencing my gender and beginning to understand it more.

The Star v2 Queering the Star Tarot Card

Queering the Star: Who I want to be

Southern hemisphere spring, a scorching hot day, three location tests and you were right and I was wrong.  A huge thank you to Danielle for shooting this version of the star with me.  It was a super hot sunny day and we found water, the love of so many puppy friends...

Queering the Death Card: The Death of Trauma

This beautiful and very powerful card was shot at the Melbourne Women's Circus, huge gratitude and many thanks to them for allowing us to use the space for filming and creating this version of the Death Tarot card. Transcription from Audio interview: We live in a...
Queering the Hanged Man Tarot Card Queer Tarot Cards

Queering the Hanged Man

This card was shot up in the Dandenong ranges out of Melbourne, we trekked into the Sherbrook Forrest, clambered off the beaten trail, across fallen trees bridging the swampy creek, up past snake holes, wombat caves and funnel spider homes...  It was a journey getting...
Queering the Lovers Tarot Cards

Queering The Lovers Tarot Card

Love:  Even more important on a day like today.  The eve of the Australia Plebiscite postal vote announcement.  That fiercely Queer theme of loving and caring for self. It’s so important. A practice of self-care can be absolutely radical in a world that is allowing...
Queering the Fool Tarot Card version 2

Queering the Fool Tarot Card version 2

Transcription from Audio interview: Be open to change, and especially in the Queer community we are always fighting for change. So by going, "Hey, here it is! Let's go!" is how I look at life and how I prepare for what is next to come. Thank you to Justin/ Kristen for...
Queering the Death Tarot Card version 2

Queering The Death Card Version 2

Thank you so much to the amazing Anno Domini Home warehouse  full of gothic and darker historical art pieces.  This gothic interpretation of the Death card, embracing the majestic fascination with death, impermanence, and the passing of time.  Featuring real vintage...
Queering the Strength Tarot Card

Queering the Strength Tarot Card

Transcription from audio: Each time I pull a set of cards which I’ve done recently this card has come up. This is a significant card for me. I've spent since my mid 20's not wanting to be here. After a mental break earlier this year, you do realise you have a lot more...
Queering the Hermit Tarot Card

Queering the Hermit Tarot Card

Transcription from audio interview: I feel that Queer people are underrepresented in magical realms, and if there is a specific Tarot that speaks to people who are Queer – readings might be a little more accurate. Queerness and magick are aligned for me, and I feel...
Queering the Devil Tarot Card version 2

Queering The Devil – 15 Version 2

Reminding us that the Devil card isn't about running away from the dark but embracing it in our own way.  Shot as the amazing Anno Domini Home ware house  full of gothic and darker historical art pieces, this Devil plays with a sense of duality. Dominance, fetish,...
Queering the Death Tarot Card

Queering The Death Card

Sometimes you have to die a little inside in order to be re-born, to rise a stronger and wiser version of yourself.  Don't forget hope rises from the ashes of scattered dreams. Talking about Death and loss and pain is hard for so many people, so often the Death card...
Queer Tarot Cards Exhibitions

Melbourne & Sydney Exhibitions: Queer Tarot Cards

The Queer Tarot Project is a multi-media project, telling stories of the queer community through Tarot.  Exhibition includes, readings, large prints of the Tarot cards and visual projection of Queer stories.Queer Tarot Card Exhibition includes, readings, large prints of the Tarot cards and visual projection of Queer stories.

Queer Tarot Cards The Hierophant Queer Tarot the Druid

Queering the Hierophant: The Druid 5

Queering the Hierophant: The Druid 5: Queer people look to alternative types of Spirituality for guidance and mentors when the traditional church either does not accept or spurns them Hierophant Druid. From a strong connection to earth, Druidic practices, and the fact that often Queer people look to alternative types of Spirituality for guidance and mentors when the traditional church either does not accept or spurns them. To share this represents to me the wonderful things we can learn from the historic traditions of magick and here specifically druidic practices and create the most fertile soil for our own personal growth.

Queer Tarot Cards The Temperance Queer Tarot the Temperance card

Queering Temperance – 14

Diving deep into the stories around balance, and creativity and that it will all be okay.  Even metering our own balance for our mental health in this crazy world of social and political change.  The balance we need is within us. Queering Temperance: Alchemist Tarot Card The amazing Lexi, created their Queer version of the Temperance card.  Diving deep into the stories around balance, and creativity and that it will all be okay.

Queer Tarot Cards The Star Queer Tarot the Star card

The Star – 17

Bringing a wonderful sense of vulnerability, glitter and radiance that the star brings to us and the night / dark spaces in our lives. “This too shall pass” sharing her wonderful energy of hope – Thanks so much for sharing your story Marnie.

Queer Tarot Cards Exhibitions

Queer Tarot Cards Photography Exhibition

Queer Tarot Card Exhibition: Piece of Me Exhibition relates to the Tarot meanings and interpretations of the Queer Tarot Cards and the stories the participants have told in their pictures.

Queer Tarot Cards: Queering the Moon Tarot Card

The Moon – 18

Queer Tarot Cards:
Really tapping into their feelings of desire, intuition and trusting your gut, they came with a power- reversed play on the wolf and Little Red Riding Hood.  Playing around with a digital projection of the moon and casting shadows was such a wonderfully powerful and tender experience to be part of.
The Moon: tapping into their feelings of desire, intuition and trusting your gut, they came with a power- reversed play on the wolf and Little Red Riding Hood.

Telling Queer Stories through Tarot

A queer Tarot photography project, creating 22 Major Arcana cards.

Shooting portraits of queer people, inclusive of all genders, orientations, nationalities and ages in a style that reflects each individual, this project brings to life tarot cards and tells stories of Individuals in our community. Tarot started as a story telling medium, now we will have a way of telling queer stories through tarot too. Starting with just the Major Arcana, this project aims to create community and tell queer stories through tarot.

Each tarot card will inspire a photograph and a short interview telling the story of that person, and explain why they relate, embody or love the card they’ve chosen – what Queer Tarot means to them.

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