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Queering The World Tarot Card version 2

Queering The World Tarot Card version 2

What is home? And how do we define it.  This interview started me thinking about the end, beginning and completion of cycles, travel and the passing of time, and truely came into my life right at the time I was thinking of going on the road too and moving overseas to Canada. I’m so grateful for all the lessons I’ve learned through these Queer Tarot Cards.

Queering the Queen of Cups- Queer Tarot

Queering the Queen of Cups- Queer Tarot

The Queen of Cups has been my signifier tarot card, many years ago and re-reading it I think it still holds. It’s about intuition, which is a part of me that I really need to reconnect with.  It is creative and nurturing, full of nature and WINE or Coffee. Queer Tarot Card Queen of Cups

Queering The Magician Queer Tarot Card

Queering The Magician Queer Tarot Card

Queering The Magician: 1 Queer Tarot Card. I chose the Magician because I think we all have our magical side and it’s not about making things disappear. It’s about making your inner self appear for the rest of the world and letting your light shine.

Queering the Devil- 15: Version 3

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.

Queering The Chariot – 7

Queering The Chariot – 7

Queering The Chariot – 7 I chose the Chariot because I could relate to it in the sense that you need will power, and the desire to want to change your situation and taking the world by its horns. Getting out there and making it happen for yourself.  I did that by becoming a refugee.