Inspiration often arrives at the oddest times. This time, it was two hours into a four-hour shift of speed reading … More The Suit of Swords as Laws
It may seem strange to want to write about digital alternatives to cash and credit, but the Tarot is also evolving with the times and I’m here to explore those possibilities spaces.
This is part five of a series of postings about adding zero cards to the minor arcana. The first post … More The Absence of Fire
This is the fourth in my series of posts about zero and the minor arcana. The first article can be … More The Null of Mind
“How many rectangles does it take to change a light bulb? Bananas.
I admit it amuses me to imagine a gang of young-bearded Greek philosophy students, running the streets of Athens, tagging building corners with pentagrams to mark their territory. But I’m silly like that.