Queering The Eight of SwordsQueer Tarot Cards The 8 of Swords Minor Arcana

Queering The Eight of Swords Queer Tarot Cards The 8 of Swords Minor Arcana

This comes back to the card, to imposter syndrome, not holding yourself back and being self critical. Do the things that scare you. So I flipped the script on it, don’t let that scare you. Don’t let that stop you. If I’m already where I am, imagine where I could be in 6 years. Just trust the process, you will get there.

Why the Queer Tarot Project is on Patreon.

Why the Queer Tarot Project is now on Patreon

Why the Queer Tarot Project is on Patreon: Asking for support is hard, asking for feedback is hard, asking for money or financial support is the worst.  But it shouldn’t be. Patreon will help sustain my ability & freedom to create the Queer Tarot Project liberated from commercial interests – Creating freedom & community with Magick.

Queering the 4 of Cups

Queering the 4 of Cups: It’s not “It could be better” but more “you should be aware of what you have right now – the perceptions”. Queer Tarot- We need to see a highly diverse tarot deck, people of different backgrounds, and energy. It’s a bunch of archetypes and energy combined. Queer means everything, it’s a rainbow, queer can mean something so weird an odd but in a good way. Something that is interesting not as immediately apparent. Queer can mean one thing to one person and completely different to another.

Queering the Knight of Pentacles Queer Tarot Cards The Knight of Pentacles Minor Arcana

Queering the Knight of Pentacles

The woods we’re in right now are a particularly queer part of the woods, because it is a cruising place.  One of my favourite things is to wander the woods during the late afternoon in summer, and just listening to the sounds of the forest, and seeing men moving through the woods, feeling my body, and other bodies and the warmth of the sun.  This card for me is that it is grounded in curiosity, he’s not learning because he has to, he’s learning because he wants to.

Queering the Knight of Cups Queer Tarot Cards The Knight of Cups Minor Arcana

Queering the Knight of Cups

It’s okay to feel really strongly, and it isn’t more strong to shut down your emotions and be cold. There’s a lot of strength in being able to just feel things. My way of being strong is radical gentleness, to be vulnerable and soft when it would be easier not to be.

Queering the Ace of Wands Queer Tarot Cards The Ace of Wands Minor Arcana

Queering the Ace of Wands

The drag really helped me, to be able to put what ever I was feeling on the inside, on the outside in this creative being that. Make up for me as well is the same. I hate it when it’s in a job because you’re sitting there, you’re doing the same thing, where as when I’m at home and I’m doing my make up it’s completely different.

Queering the Six of Cups Queer Tarot Cards The 6 of Cups Minor Arcana

Queering the 6 of Cups

I am worthy if beautiful spaces, I’m worthy of intimacy, from others and myself. Connection and love in myself.

Queering Knight of Cups Queer Tarot Cards The Knight of Cups Minor Arcana

Queering the Knight of Cups

Put on your armour, weather that is your lipstick or your favourite boots. Your queer armour, what ever makes you feel good, what ever protects you, and enforce those boundaries but also fight for the things you want.

Queer tarot is so important because we’ve been bequeathed this language, all these archetypes and we get to play with them. We get to reimagine the world with Queer Tarot

Queering the Ace of Cups

That Ace of Cups, that dreamy, aspirational queer inside that still is able to thrive. We’re not supposed to just survive – we thrive.

Queering The 3 of Swords Queer Tarot Cards The three of Swords Minor Arcana

Queering the 3 of Swords

Queering the 3 of Swords I would tell my younger self that you’re not going to get over grief, that it is there, and you have to learn to live with it.  You can still have hope, you can still live, and you can still love, but you don’t have to hate that part of yourself.

Queer Tarot Photography Tour update

I left on this Queer Tarot cards photography tour at the end of December, and visited Philadelphia, Chicago, Alberta, Vancouver Island and Salt Spring Island.  I did over a dozen more photo shoots along the way, and each one has changed me and taught me so much.

Queering The 9 of Cups Queer Tarot Cards The Nine of Cups Minor Arcana

Queering the 9 of Cups

Queering the 9 of Cups. Till my dying day I will out myself as queer and I will out myself as a witch so that people aren’t afraid of it any more. I think a queer tarot deck is all about that. It’s all about, just being out. Out and about. It gets better and better and better. Find your community. We’re everywhere and we’re waiting for you. I see you.

Queering The 7 of Swords Queer Tarot Cards The seven of Swords Minor Arcana

Queering the 7 of Swords

Queering The 7 of Swords You and your medicine are going to walk through this world, and the world isn’t going to want to take it and that’s hard for you.  Don’t forget your medicine and adding to what it already is – letting it reveal it’s self. Queer Tarot Cards The seven of Swords Minor Arcana

Queering the 8 of Cups

As the 8 of cups I would tell my younger self that it’s okay to be an introvert. To give yourself permission to chose to do things that takes care of yourself.

Queering the 10 of Pentacles

I would tell my younger self to look out for queerness as a turning point, queer theory, queer people.  After moving to Melbourne 6 years ago, I did not expect that queerness and intersectional feminism has been the missing link in my studies and training in mental health specifically. I would tell my younger self to just hang in there. You’re not going to find the missing piece from academic elders, you’re going to find it in the queer community for your own personal healing.  To be able to work in a more rounded way, to be able to solve problems or help relationships – it’s gender roles that are hurting people.  That was huge.  That idea was absent from the first 10 years of trying to work on my trauma.

List of All Queer Tarot Decks


When I started my journey to create a Queer Tarot Deck, I didn’t know any already existed.  Now that I am so far into this project, I have discovered, found and been sent so many links of wonderful, inspiring work that has been created, recently and many years ago.  Here I aim to list and honour decks that I love, own, recommend or have simply be told about. 

Queering The 3 of Cups Queer Tarot Cards The Three of Cups Minor Arcana

Queering the 3 of Cups: Relationship Anarchy

Queering 3 of Cups: Relationship Anarchy Realising the core of who I am isn’t some set of expectations I have about myself or the people around me.  We are all much more powerful, than we let ourselves think a lot of the time, around what kind of experiences we want.  We are the authors and subjects of our own experiences.

Queering The Ace of Cups Queer Tarot Cards The Ace of Cups Minor Arcana

Queering the Ace of Cups- Self Pleasure

I live my life in and out of love, it’s not a very stable place – so * the Ace of Cups is* returning to self pleasure and developing that practice.  There is a lovely masterbation meditation that I talk about with friends. I think that the universe loves you – that’s why you’ve pulled this card, its here to tell you there is this overwhelming wash of support for you

Queen of Wands – Queering the Court Cards

I’m choosing to be Guardian of Wands also because Wands represent the open and written word, with no gender associated with it. Queering the Court Cards.
They then have the responsibility for the way they communicate, what they have to say, and how they inter relate with the world.

Queer Tarot Cards 2 of Pentacles Queer Tarot the Two of Pentacles Card

Queering the 2 of Pentacles

Queering the 2 of Pentacles: I’ve done lots of overtone singing with washing machines and fridges, buzzes and hums from the industrial environment I live in, and I particularly resonate with washing machines. Ive done some intense ritual work with a washing machine, I’ve a tattoo of a washing machine. I sometimes only half jokingly say that “washing machines are my spirit animal”.  We are at “My beautiful Laundrette” in Melbourne, which is also a beautiful queer film from the 80’s set in England.  It makes me really happy that this place exists.

Telling Queer Stories through Tarot

We are creating a deck of Tarot cards – featuring Queer people, inclusive of all genders, orientations, nationalities and ages- telling their stories. This project aims to create community and tell queer stories through tarot. When the deck is printed you will be able to scan each Queer Tarot card watch the video interview of that individual person telling their story and what Queer Tarot means to them.

Majors are complete, now shooting the Minor Arcana. Working towards a Documentary on Queer Spirituality and Stories through Tarot

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Queer Spirituality & Tarot Podcast

Queer Spirituality & Tarot Podcast

Stemming from the Queer Tarot photography project, this podcast talks to the card subjects further about Queerness, their spirituality and spiritual practice. Weather using Tarot daily or their lives and journey since being photographed for a Queer Tarot Card, we look at stories of growth and self care and explore LGBTQIAW+ sexuality, identity, gender expression and attractions. Creating community and space outside of traditional / patriarchal religion for spiritual practice that embraces Queerness in all it’s shades.

Queer Tarot Cards: Creating from the Heart

Queer Tarot Cards: Creating from the Heart

I’ve stepped back, stopped feeling bad, and given myself permission to remove the deadline, to pause, to take a breath. Telling stories and creating an inspirational and spiritual representation of our realness through photographic tarot deck – THAT is what I’m about.  I

Exhibitions: Gain disguised as loss

Exhibitions: Gain disguised as loss

How can this loss serve me? Where does it point my work? I need to metabolise my pain and frustration as energy. I cannot blame the festival advertising – how can I look at this differently and look at a different door, probably one that scares the pants off me. Right here right now I am stopping complaining (mostly in my head to myself), I am going to stop beating myself up, and reach for what I really want for this project in a different way.

Behind the scenes

Behind the scenes

Behind the Scenes work for the Queer Tarot Card Project with Florence. Photographing Queer People and Telling their Stories through the Archetypes of Tarot. Creating Queer Community and a Queer Tarot Deck

Taking Gender out of Tarot

Taking Gender out of Tarot

Using ‘feminine’ and ‘masculine’ when they are specifically using it as shorthand for ‘passive’ ‘active’ or ‘nurturing’ ‘stern’ Say what you mean instead of gendering it.  Nurturing, passive ‘yin’ characteristics aren’t in all feminine people.   Stern /active ‘yang’ characteristics aren’t in all masculine people.

Tarot cards for the Queer community

Tarot cards for the Queer community

A beautiful video supporting the Queer Tarot Project and how it gives a platform to all types of Queer Voices to tell their stories and be heard. To have people like us visible when talk about guides, mentors or spirituality.

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This newsletter list means I will email you twice a month-ish as I create the new Tarot Cards.  Thank you for following this project as we create a Queer Tarot Deck together! Your support and encouragement makes this happen.  Behind the scenes of the Tarot Cards, and the odd pen-pal letter to thank you for being awesome.

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