Black Lives Matter

It goes without saying that all lives matter.

But right now, non-whites are incarcerated and killed by law enforcement at higher rates than whites. So that’s where the focus needs to be. Including in my own country of Australia.

Let’s look at the Tarot of this…

The Existentialist

Recently, I fell down another Facebook rabbit hole, reading the posts on a site called The Existentialist. Whilst I personally don’t agree with this particular philosophy, (obviously, otherwise reading Tarot cards would be meaningless, lol), it gave me a laugh. I hope it gives you one too.

What is existentialism? Basically, it’s the belief that life has no meaning, A pretty bleak belief, but a valid one. Ultimately, none of us can know for sure. We just have to choose for ourselves based on our own experiences.

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Throwback Thursday: Tarot’s Holy Book Part 1


I’ve written before about how Tarot contains a holy book that charts the journey of a human soul through all the stages and experiences of life. I call these cards Life Lessons Tarot. But they’re better known as the Major Arcana.

These lessons are divided into three parts.

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The Tarot of The Wolf of Wall Street



I finally watched the Wolf of Wall Street and it was just as morally repugnant as I expected it to be. I had resisted it’s siren song for that reason for years. Honestly, life is too short to expend it watching peeps behave in a disgusting manner. But I recently succumbed because I wanted to see Margot Robbie’s breakthrough performance. Margot is not only a luminescent screen goddess but a fair dinkum sheila from Australia, like me (the Australian, not the goddess part, lol).

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The Tarot of Refusing to Apologise

I’ve been absent from this blog for quite a while. A lot of heavy shizz has been going on in my life for the last few years. That’s just how it is sometimes, for some people. I needed to focus on my personal life, and then I needed time to re-cooperate and re-generate. But now I’m ready to re-emerge back online.

In preparation for this revival I’ve been re-reading my old blog posts and am shocked at how often I apologised for not posting how and when I thought I should. How very female of me. Clearly something has shifted during my absence because I no longer feel the need to apologise anymore. Anything I have to give is a gift.

Carrie Fisher is another woman who learnt the long hard way not to apologise for being who she was. As many of us are currently mourning her loss right now it seems apt to illustrate this topic with one of her more famous quotes.


Read on for the Tarot of Refusing to Apologise…

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