From one of the UK’s best known tarot personalities comes a guide for creating and publishing your own tarot or oracle deck.
Oracles have been in existence for as long as human beings have been around. Across time, the practise of divination has evolved from using the reflections of clouds in water to decks of cards and is now as popular as ever. People have always been intrigued by the unseen hand of fate. . .
In The Oracle Creator: The Modern Guide to Creating a Tarot or Oracle Deck, Steven Bright examines the benefits of building an oracle deck, plus practical tips for turning the deck in your head into a reality!
Bright considers every aspect to creating an oracle deck, from the initial idea to approach publishers and marketing your work. Complete with interviews from a variety of oracle creators and publishers large and small, The Oracle Creator has you covered through every step of the process!
The cards can be a real mystery! (Image from Shutterstock.com)
7 tips for becoming a better tarot reader
By Sarah Wray
A little while back, I talked about being a total tarot newbie. I shared my experience of picking a deck that suited me and getting to know the craft. I was, and perhaps still am, The Fool. Now, having spent a few months with my tarot cards, I’m feeling more confident in my ability to read and interpret the cards. I still have a long way to go – there is SO much to interpret, after all! – but I wanted to share the ways in which I’ve been developing my tarot skills. Who knows? It may help some fellow beginners!
Everybody has to start somewhere! Sarah Wray, Liminal 11’s Marketing & Publicity Manager, is a total newbie when it comes to tarot. In this post, she shares her early experiences of choosing a tarot deck, learning to do tarot readings and opening her mind to the positive effects that tarot can have on your life. From the perspective of a total novice, she offers some advice to help fellow tarot beginners take their first steps.