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A Tarot Spell for 2014

The New Year and the Waxing Moon bring a wonderful magickal opportunity. What would you like to manifest in your life?

What would you like your life to look like this year?

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  • Lucien
    Lucien says #
    Thank you so much for this Tarot spell for the year 2014 I try it and I pick 22 cards it was very inspiring I felt that the numbe
  • Christiana Gaudet
    Christiana Gaudet says #
    Thanks, Lucien! I am so glad you tried the spell! Twenty-two is a great number - also the number of cards in the Major Arcana! Bl

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Holiday Magick with the Four Aces

The winter festival time can be stressful, even for Pagans. Some honor their family’s holiday traditions with a bit of discomfort. Others are caught up in the responsibilities of cooking, baking, gifting and visiting like everyone else.

Whatever you celebrate this time of year, tarot can help you make it more joyful, more inspiring and more fun.

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Creating a Samhain Tarot Ritual

This blog, 78 Magickal Tools, is about using tarot in ritual and magick. I believe that the only limits on what tarot can help us do are the limits we impose ourselves.

 In my posts I like to give ideas of ways to use the cards with the hope that you, the reader, will be inspired to discover and create even more ways to incorporate the cards into your spiritual practice.

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Tarot Magick Basics

Your tarot deck is a fabulous tool for magick. Each card carries specific energy. You can use your cards as altar tools to invoke energies and entities. You can use your cards to offer protection, to quickly usher in change and to assist with healing.

You can use tarot as part of formal magick in ritual. You can also use tarot in casual magick by carrying an image with you or pinning an image to your wall.

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  • Svetlana Kurjaninow
    Svetlana Kurjaninow says #
    Thanks for the reminder that we have all we need in front of us. A few of the cards you mentioned have been coming up for me re
  • Sg
    Sg says #
    Hi Christiana; I love your articles on this series. I am familiar with some of the principles from "Tarot Tour Guide", and just wa
  • Christiana Gaudet
    Christiana Gaudet says #
    Thank you so much for your support, and for reading "Tarot Tour Guide." Are there any specific areas of tarot magick you would lik
  • Sg
    Sg says #
    I had tried to PM you on Facebook, but I don't believe you received the note. Hopefully I am not the only one who would enjoy seei
  • Christiana Gaudet
    Christiana Gaudet says #
    Sorry I missed you on Facebook! Thanks for commenting here. I really appreciate your ideas and will incorporate them in my future

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Tarot Magick for Travel

I’m back from my summer travels! We drove from Florida to Connecticut, where I was happy to give tarot readings to many friends both old and new.

The long trip in our Ford E250 Cargo Van got me thinking about tarot magick for travel. These days I do it without even really thinking about it. Gas? Check. Oil Change? Check. Magick? Check.

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  • Jamie
    Jamie says #
    Very interesting article! Thank you for sharing it with us.
  • Christiana Gaudet
    Christiana Gaudet says #
    Thanks so much!

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Sacred Ink

On the weekend of Vancouver Pagan Pride, one of my tradition sisters offered to touch up my new sacred tattoo that I had received about six weeks prior.  "It's really great for someone who was new, and her lines are excellent," she said, "but it's fading a little already and I want to dress it up a little, if that's okay with you."

My spirit-sister Jennica had done the tattoo - a triple moon with a blue pentagram in the center of the full one - in a cast circle as part of sacred ceremony.  It was my first tattoo ever and that meant a lot to me.  I had insisted upon this because I had been told the story of how my initiator Lord Redleaf had received the Green Man tattoo on his chest as part of ritual in a cast circle and it moved me.  I told my trad sister Amity Loyce this and let her know that it was very important to me that it remain sacred, and still done in a cast circle and empowered.  "Sure, that's fine," she said with a nod.  "I don't have any problems doing that!  I always wanted to tattoo in a cast circle . . ."

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  • Gwion Raven
    Gwion Raven says #
    Hello Sable, A lovely piece on sacred tattooing. As you've mentioned, you and I have a lot of similarities. I'm looking forward t
  • Jamie
    Jamie says #
    They're very nicely done! Thanks for sharing.
  • Rebecca Buchanan
    Rebecca Buchanan says #
    *This* is awesome. Sacred tattoos done during ritual are a wonderful idea. I'll have to keep this in mind for my next tattoo in h

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"Even though modern culture has done it's best to corrupt art into a celebrity production machine, simply another form of entertainment, designed specifically as an opiate to the downtrodden, gluttonous, and vapid, it fails because the artist knows better. Art is magic. Art is one of the rawest shamanistic forms of connection with the universal source of everything, but only if the artist is brave enough to give the audience what it needs rather than what it thinks, or has been told, it wants." --Peter Beckley

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