Modernization & Contemporary Tarot

The More Things Change, The More Things Stay The Same by James Jacob Pierri, aka Auset Gypsy, author of our newest release: Auset Gypsy Tarot (illustrated by Rebecca Stotsenburgh and Heather Scott). I am a Tarot traditionalist. Period. However, my deck the Auset Gypsy Tarot appears to look very different and far from traditional. We are living in changing times — perhaps it’s Uranus transiting through Taurus or the Jupiter and Saturn conjunction back in…

Three Backyard Healing Plants

A Gateway to Sacred Actions Outside our Door by Dana O’Driscoll, author of Sacred Actions: Living the Wheel of the Year through Sustainable Practice. One of the most formidable challenges that those practicing nature-based spirituality experience today is living in a time when that which we hold most sacred, the living earth, is under direct threat from human action. In my experience as the Grand Archdruid of the Ancient Order of Druids in America, we…

Traveling by the Stars

by Christine Rakela, author of REDFeather’s newest release, Traveling by the Stars: Have the Best Trip Possible Using Astrology. Are you ready to travel again?  Now that life is gradually getting back to normal, traveling is at the top of my list, and my new book, Traveling By The Stars, will steer you toward the most exciting and safe traveling experience! Whether you just want to travel or are already into astrology, you will truly…

Kipper Cards

The Return of the Situational Deck by Toni Puhle, author of REDFeather’s newest release: Rainbow Kipper (with artist Steven Bright). The Kipper Cards are making a comeback with many readers grabbing for their favorite decks and laying down a predictive read that amazes the sitter in situational accuracy. This German system dates back to the 19th century and the original deck highlights moments in the everyday Biedermeier lifestyle. But how is Kipper becoming so applicable…

Dancing With the Riches of Your Life

by Kass Thomas, author of REDFeather’s newest release: Dancing With Riches. “Life is so crazy, and people often amaze me the way they’re always running around. They don’t take the time to really be real, they’re too busy, too busy to feel. And years come and go while they waste all of their time trying to be something they cannot be. If they just slowed down, then maybe they’ll see, all the time they had,…

Dreams, Hummingbirds & the Soul

by Yasmeen Westwood, award-winning author of The Tarot of Enchanted Dreams. It’s going to be two years in November since my first tarot deck — The Tarot of Enchanted Dreams — was released. What an amazing moment it is, to see your work being sold all over the world! The deck was named runner-up in the CARTA Awards and won the Bronze at the COVR Awards, too. Not bad for a deck that was created…

Practicing Zen and All That Jazz

by Michael Elliston, author of The Original Frontier: A Serious Seeker’s Guide to Zen. Zen is more like jazz than classical music. More like a chart, lead sheet, or fake book of old standards outlining the key and time signatures, chord progressions, and suggested melodies around which we can improvise, rather than a sheet of notation spelling out each note and precise accents, emphasis, and feeling — e.g. adagio versus allegro — attempting to recapture…

Spirits of Palo Kimbisa

Or, Tonight on Lucero TV: Wheel of Lucero! by Sophia Kelly Shultz, co-author of Seeking the Spirits of Palo Kimbisa: Exploring the Mysterious World of the Afro-Cuban Religion with Tata Rodriguez. I have a deadline for this blog entry:  February 19th. It is February 18th.  So far I have a great idea, and about 20 handwritten pages with which I am enormously dissatisfied.  “This is such a great idea,” I mutter.  “I even have a terrific…

Health through Your Eyes

Using Iridology to Heal Yourself by Julien Allaire, Iridologist, Naturopath, and author of Health through Your Eyes: Understand and Use Iridology. If your eyes are a door to the beauty of the world, they are also a window to the individuality of your inner environment. They allow anyone who can read them to better understand the panorama of our state of health. Their reading and analysis will guide you on your life’s path, realizations, and…

Write Your Way to Happy

“In the journal I do not just express myself more openly than I could to any person; I create myself.” –Susan Sontag Happiness: the state of pleasure, contentment, or joy. Do you dream of an easier, calmer life, where problems slide off you like water off a duck — a life in which you can fully enjoy the joys of simply existing? With 100% Happiness: A Guided Journal to Enhance Your Daily Life, you can…