Creating Safe Spaces for Queers in Tarot

Creating Safe Spaces for Queers in Tarot

As I move towards the end of this project, with only a handful of cards left to shoot, I’ve learned a lot about communication and the facilitation of an art project, the facilitation of a project bigger than me that includes a whole community. Creating safe...
Queering the Queen of Swords v2

Queering the Queen of Swords v2

Queen of Swords: Take that anger, take that rage and hone it and focus it it’s going to be a long fight. Use your strength and your power to create positivity in the world. Hold your tongue a bit more think a lot deeper about the words that you are going to use be more restrained in your emotions

Queering the Ace of Swords

Queering the Ace of Swords

There’s a time for cutting yourself out of things. The inspiration and the ability to discern. Life is confusing, but seemed really when I was young. Take a few more risks. It’s not that I never took risks, but I was pretty uncertain at times.

Queering the King of Cups v2

Queering the King of Cups v2

King of Cups v2: Tarot’s always been a really important part of my spirituality. I grew up in a super religious home, so I didn’t really get a lot of it. And when I got into high school, my friends were super into it and they started to introduce it to me. It’s this beautiful, peaceful spiritual thing where you just – I don’t really know how to explain it. But it’s sort of like Paganism I suppose, where everything has a life force, but humans aren’t necessarily the most important

Why the Queer Tarot Project is now 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.

Tarot for Collective Healing: Cups as Healing

Tarot Cards That Inspire Healing and Hope

Tarot for Collective Healing! This series is meant to be an eclectic one; sometimes we’ll discuss certain cards, sometimes we’ll focus on a spread, sometimes we’ll address hard cards and how the prevent healing and sometimes we might focus on a queer tarot community member or deck who’s doing beautiful work for collective healing. Anything goes so long as it contributes to the healing that marginalised people and communities need.

Artist: Queer Tarot Tour

Artist: Queer Tarot Tour

“That’s okay, it’s been my pleasure having your stay. Now I can say I hosted and artist.”

I don’t think this person knew how much these words meant to me. I know I’ve written a little about imposter syndrome before

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