By Phoebe Trillo
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.
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.
Today we’re absolutely thrilled to be talking to our friends Kim Arnold and Steven Bright, two of the UK tarot community’s best-known tarot readers – and, as you’ll see, they do much more than that!
Kim Arnold has been on her tarot and divination journey since the early ‘90s. In 2003, she founded the UK Tarot Conference, which brings together the world’s most respected Tarot authors, artists and teachers. Kim also runs the Psychic Café and is the author of books Tarot Made Easy and Tarot Masters. She is widely known for her articles, broadcast appearances and film consulting work on all things tarot.