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My, That’s Bloody: The History Of Valentine’s Day

The festival of love has a dark origin story…

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There’s More to a Flower than Just Pretty Petals and a Pleasing Scent

Botanical Curses and Poisons book by Fez Inkwright

Fez Inkwright previews some favourite anecdotes from plant folklore book Botanical Curses and Poisons!

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Tarot Spread: 11 days of Yule Draw

11 days of Yuletide tarot reading

“On the first day of Yuletide my Tarot said to me …”

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How Are Tarot Cards Connected?

Another story is being told right under your fingertips…

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Simple Tarot Deck-Orations

A Christmas tree decorated with tarot card 'ornaments' using Modern Witch Tarot
Lisa Sterle’s Modern Witch Tarot Deck

Deck The Halls With…Tarot Cards And Holly Fa-La-La-La-La

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Psychotherapy and The Tarot

Three of Cups from the Luna Sol Tarot

One reflects the ups and downs of life, the other helps you to deal with them more effectively. Viewed that way, one can perfectly complement the other, but how?

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Why You Should Interview Your Tarot Deck

Image: Lisa Strele's Modern Witch Tarot Deck and Journal.
Image: Lisa Strele’s Modern Witch Tarot Deck and Journal.

Getting to know your tarot deck is as easy as one, two … uh, six?

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Free Coloring Page from Women + Patterns + Plants

Download a free printable coloring page from Women + Patterns + Plants by Sarina Mantle!

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Anatomy of a Card: The New Chapter Tarot’s Ace Of Swords

The Ace of Swords from The New Chapter Tarot by Kathryn Briggs

The Ace of Swords in The New Chapter Tarot is a treasure trove of symbolism!

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How To Do An Intuitive Tarot Reading

Intuitive tarot readings with The Cosmic Slumber Tarot (Ten of Pentacles, The Night bonus card, Ace of Swords)

Overwhelmed by card meanings? This method is key to unlocking the tarot…

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Scrapbooking the Tarot

A page from Nancy Hendrickson's tarot journal scrapbook – about a new Ancestral tarot project

Nancy Hendrickson discusses scrapbooking as a form of tarot journaling.

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How To Keep A Tarot Journal (Part 2)

The Fool tarot card with notes about its symbolism

How to develop an intuitive tarot reading style through journaling

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How To Keep A Tarot Journal (Part 1)

Why using a tarot journal is the best way to develop your tarot reading skills.

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Anatomy Of A Card: How The Fool’s meaning changes across different decks

Exploring the many faces of The Fool tarot card by observing the symbolism across different decks.

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Tarot Spread: Dream Path of the Spheres

Approach this tarot spread as if it were a dream. Keep the barrier to the subconscious as thin as possible and let the dream flow…

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Announcing The New Chapter Tarot: A Tarot For Tarot-Lovers

Tarot is a journey. It takes us further inside ourselves, guiding us as we face some of life’s toughest moments. And for artist Kathryn Briggs, the most difficult of these moments gave rise to an incredible act of creation.

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First Look: 2021 Tarot & Oracle Publications

A first look at Liminal 11’s tarot and oracle publications for 2021!

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Easy Readings: 1, 2, and 4 card tarot spreads

Four Card Tarot Reading using Modern Witch Tarot deck

Simple 1, 2, and 4 card tarot spreads – perfect for beginner tarot readers!

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How to Celebrate the Autumn Equinox

Folklorist and artist Fez Inkwright teaches us how to celebrate the autumn equinox in style!

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The Spiritual Poetry of Rachel Christina Ward

Rachel Christina Ward shares a selection of stunning spiritual poetry inspired by meditation practice, philosophy studies and more.

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Behind the scenes with Fumio Obata

Award-winning illustrator Fumio Obata offers a look behind the scenes, sharing his process of developing The Garden.

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Introducing Sketchy Vegan Cooking

Out in spring 2021, Sketchy Vegan Cooking is a book of illustrated vegan recipe ideas by Michi Mathias.

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Tarot Spread: The Inner Wheel

Taking the Wiccan annual calendar of festivals – the Wheel of the Year – as inspiration, this spread is for self-exploration in times of change.

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Sean Michael Wilson dissects a scene from The Garden

Sean Michael Wilson considers the eternal question ‘where do you get your ideas from?’ by dissecting a scene from The Garden.

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Adventures in DIY Gardening

Adventures in DIY gardening and salvaging plants with Sean Michael Wilson

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Tarot for Hard Times

Emma Burleigh considers the powerful archetypes within The Hanged Man and The Tower, and how they might help us navigate feelings and fears amidst a global pandemic.

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Tarot Spread: The Four Powers

four powers tarot spread

The Four Powers tarot spread helps you look to the future. This spread can be read in multiple ways depending on where you need the most guidance.

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Watercolour for Self-Care

A fun, free workshop by Emma Burleigh on how to use watercolour for mindfulness and self-care.

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Tarot Spread: The Luna Sol Spread

The Luna Sol Tarot Spread is a chance for self-reflection and looking at how you are in the present. A moment to speak with your Higher Self.

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Sean Michael Wilson on The Garden

This is a special guest post by Sean Michael Wilson, author of our graphic novel The Garden. With illustrations by Fumio Obata, The Garden is a story of healing through mindfulness and gardening.

In this blog post, Sean shares some background on how the book came about, as well as how gardening and mindfulness have benefited his life.

The Garden is published 21 May. Pre-order from our webshop.

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Tales of the Tarot: Chapter 16 – The Tower

Tales of the Tarot is a weekly webcomic by Kaylee Pinecone, following the narrative of each card in the major arcana, from The Fool to The World. (Click here to see the full series!)

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#Veganuary: How to Make Plant-Based Milks (Guest Post)

This is a special guest post by Shia Su, aka Wasteland Rebel. If you like this recipe and are interested in reducing waste, please check out Shia’s book Zero Waste: Simple Life Hacks to Drastically Reduce Your Trash.

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#Veganuary: Listen to Sara Botero on The Bloody Vegans Podcast

This week’s Veganuary inspiration comes from Sara Botero and The Bloody Vegans Podcast!

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#Veganuary: Yes, it’s OK to be vegan-ish or flexitarian!

By Sarah Wray

This blog post is written from my own personal experience as a self-described vegan-ish flexitarian, with a lot of help from Sara Botero‘s insightful new guidebook The Essential Vegan Toolkit. I’m not an expert on this topic and I do not claim to speak for everybody!

While some of us are still trying to wake up after the holidays, January has decided rather rudely to continue moving forward – leaving us nearly two weeks into 2020 already! And if you made a new year’s resolution, there’s a good chance you’re struggling with it at this point. An estimated 80% of resolutions are failed or forgotten by February each year. There are a lot of reasons for this, a huge one being that many people see a one-time step off the so-called righteous path as a reason to quit entirely.

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Tales of the Tarot: Chapter 15 – The Devil

Tales of the Tarot is a weekly webcomic by Kaylee Pinecone, following the narrative of each card in the major arcana, from The Fool to The World. (Click here to see the full series!)

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#Veganuary: Vegan Plantain Mosa Recipe (guest post)

This is a special guest post by Tomi Makanjuola, aka The Vegan Nigerian. If you like this recipe, you should definitely check out Tomi’s cookbook, Plantain Cookbook, featuring 40+ vegan plantain recipes!

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Meet Natalie Dormady, creator of 365 Gentle Reminders

‘Doodling rainbows reminds me that storms will always end, and the light will return. Flowers and bumblebees remind me of how important each one of us are in this world.’

Natalie Dormady
Natalie Dormady, aka @littlearthlings – author, artist and creator of 365 Gentle Reminders

It’s a new year, and for many it’s a time of renewal and working toward a better relationship with themselves. We could all probably do with some self-compassion after the excess and family tensions that often come with the holidays, coupled with the deep darkness we experience in the winter (in our part of the world, at least!).

That’s why we’ve published 365 Gentle Reminders (just £9.99 during January 2020), a page-a-day book of positive, uplifting reminders illustrated by the inspiring Natalie Dormady. After battling with mental illnesses, Natalie found her passion for art while on her recovery journey, and she’s been sharing her Gentle Reminders on Instagram for a few years now. Get to know Natalie through our interview, below…

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#Veganuary: Meet Sara Botero, creator of The Essential Vegan Toolkit

Sara Botero, vegan activist, illustrator and creator of The Essential Vegan Toolkit

To celebrate Veganuary 2020, we’ve interviewed our resident vegan activist Sara Botero! As well as working with Liminal 11 on social media, book design and production and much more, Sara is a vegan activist, illustrator and creator of The Essential Vegan Toolkit (just £9.99 during January 2020).

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Tales of the Tarot: Chapter 14 – Temperance

Tales of the Tarot is a weekly webcomic by Kaylee Pinecone, following the narrative of each card in the major arcana, from The Fool to The World. (Click here to see the full series!)

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Get to know AlbaBG, creator of White Numen Tarot

We’ve just announced another tarot deck! White Numen Tarot will be published in January 2021. Get to know the deck’s creator, AlbaBG, in the interview below.

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