A Cosmic Adventure: Navigating the Zodiac’s Energies with the Moon as Your Compass

Looking up at the night sky, we can’t help but wonder about the mysteries that lie beyond our planet. Astrology has been around for centuries and has piqued the curiosity of many with its mystique and allure. The practice has even found its way into popular culture, with horoscopes and astrological readings becoming a part of many people’s daily routines.

Monika Anna, author of The Astro-Luna Journal, has made it her mission to make astrology more accessible and understandable for everyone. In this interview, we’ll delve into Monika’s journey with astrology, her inspiration for creating The Astro-Luna Journal, and the benefits of incorporating astrology into your daily life.

Astro Luna cover featuring artwork by Sibylline Meynet. The image shows a mystical blue figure sitting on a crescent moon, surrounded by stars and clouds. The figure has a serene expression on its face and is surrounded by a mystical aura. The illustration is detailed and intricate, with the figure's hair and clothing flowing in the wind.
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Interview with Isabella Rotman, creator of This Might Hurt Tarot

When we first spotted This Might Hurt Tarot a few years back, like so many in the tarot community, we were truly awestruck. From the unique character designs and gorgeous colour palettes of each suit, to all the personal references Isabella has meticulously weaved into so many of the cards, it was clear from the start that she had created a truly outstanding deck.

There is an immediate feeling of accessibility to This Might Hurt tarot, perfect for those dipping their toes into the world of tarot for the first time and for those already deep into their journey of self-discovery, This Might Hurt tarot is a truly unique addition to a collection.

Together with Isabella, using our distinct Liminal 11 touch, we have re-imagined This Might Hurt Tarot into a stunning Special Edition, which you can find here, and a standard edition which you can find here.

Here, Isabella describes her personal journey with tarot, the creation of This Might Hurt tarot, her advice for fellow artists in the tarot community and a whole lot more!

Isabella and her pooch, Flint!
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The Citadel Oracle Special Edition is here!

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Interview with Elizabeth Kim

When does our creativity become spiritual? In an enthralling anthology of creative writing, Spiritus Mundi aims to answer this question, revealing the connection between imagination and the divine. 

Spiritus Mundi is a compendium of writings generated via occult means; whether the ideas were airborne, unconscious, or carried over from some other layer of reality is yours to decide. Each creative work from both emerging and acclaimed authors explores occult techniques such as invocation, cartomancy, and scrying. 

Here, editor Elizabeth Kim provides a glimpse into her work at Cunning Folk Magazine, her path into the magic, folklore, mythology and the occult and how Spiritus Mundi came into being.

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Interview with Ejiwa ‘Edge’ Ebenebe

By Phoebe Trillo

Ejiwa ‘Edge’ Ebenebe is the self-described illustrator of fantasy, opulence and whimsey  and the artist behind the fantastical illustrations of The Metaphysical Cannabis Oracle Deck, coming August 2022! Here she details her experience working alongside author Maggie Wilson and all that she has discovered along the way.

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