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tarot & oracles


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Tarot Oak

Tarot Oak is a very clean site with cool printable freebies. It is very organized and easy to navigate with a lot of really great insight for beginners or experienced tarot enthusiasts.

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Tarot Elements

This is a great site with a ton of tarot wisdom from Catherine Chapman. It's a deep dive for tarot lovers. I always find something interesting here beyond the usual tarot fare!

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Incandescent Tarot

Lots of good information that is well laid out. The focus here is on tarot for empowerment. Podcasts and other offerings available as well. Be sure to check out the great writing section!


The Marigold Tarot

Amrit Brar is a Canadian artist who has all sorts of incredible work out there but her Marigold Tarot deck is just about as close to perfect as I've seen. One of my absolute favorite decks. I have my own and have gifted several as well!

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Elliot Oracle

This is one of my favorite tarot sites out of many. There is so much information in the card of the day section. Start there, but don't miss the rest. Fearless Tarot is the name of the book but also the approach that Elliot takes in his readings.

Don't Speak

Little Red Tarot

A queer-owned business whose priority is promoting diversity and supporting indie creators. A wonderful approach to offering sliding scale fees for tarot instruction, as well as a lot of free tarot resources. Tons of cool decks!

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Tarot of the QTPOC

A great list of QTPOC tarot decks from the Asali Earthwork, "a Black queer femme-curated resource and blog for (r)evolution" that is not to be missed. I love this site and all it offers. Asali offers up powerful food for thought, but it's the food for my feelings that always calls me back. 


Kahn & Selesnick

Not just one of my favorite tarot obsessions with the Carnival at the End of the World deck. Profound, beautiful art from the collaborative team of Nicholas Kahn and Richard Selesnick. Be sure to also check out Kickstarter for a new oracle deck coming soon!

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Hand Me That Pencil

I am just going to say it. I'm in love with this site. I love the decks, I love the art, I love the honest and wonderful approach that Justine has about...well, everything. Her purpose, as she very simply puts it, is to create hope. And she does so in a way that squeezes my heart and makes me cry.

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