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Tarot Visions: Interview with Kooch Daniels

May 26th, 2017

Happy World Tarot Day! Today we chat with Kooch Daniels, author of many tarot books and the cyber mystic at www.cybermystic.com. We chat about her affiliation with chakras and tarot, get some juicy tarot stories from her past, and learn about her experience with Tarot at the Crossroads.


Tarot Visions: Readers Studio 2017 Recap

May 19th, 2017

Stroll down memory lane with RoseRed and Jaymi as they discuss their recent Readers Studio experiences. We discuss packing habits. Share networking and stories and snippets of knowledge we learned during our wonderful time in NYC.


Tarot Visions: Blast from the past episode, Miss Cleo

April 20th, 2017

In honor of our former co-host Charlie’s birthday, today (go wish him a happy birthday folks), we’re re-running the episode where he pays homage to the late night psychic. Happy Birthday to You Charlie! We honor you today!


Tarot Visions: What we’re looking forward to buying this year

April 14th, 2017

There’s so much good taroty goodness coming out this year. Listen to us babble on about some of our favorites from Llewelyn, Schiffer, US Games, and Lo Scarabeo.

Llewellyn: Kitchen Table Tarot by Melissa Cynova; Bringing the Tarot to Life by Scott Martin; Tarot Court Cards for Beginners by Leeza Robertson; Give the Devil His Due by Steve Hockensmith and Lisa Falco; Tarot Familiars by Lisa Parker; Earth Wisdom Oracle by Cristina Scagliotti & Barbara Moore; Mystical Tarot by Luigi Costa; Vivid Journey Tarot by Jessica Alaire; Celtic Tarot by Kristoffer Hughes & Chris Down; Triple Goddess Tarot by Jaymi Elford & Franco Rivolli

Schiffer: My First Tarot: The Easiest and Most Accurate Tarot Reading that You Can Do by Eleanor Hammond; Shakespere Tarot; Minoan Tarot; Ostara Tarot; Tarot at the Crossroads by Kooch and Victor Daniels.

US Games: Rana George Lenormand.


Tarot Visions: Tarot Transitions

April 7th, 2017

Transitional times in our lives can be rough. Tarot has many cards which show different

ways of dealing with them. In this episode, Rose Red and Jaymi discuss their top transitional cards and give advice on how to guide someone going through a transition during a reading.

Cards we mention include: Death, Tower, Temperance, 3 of Swords, 4 of Swords, 6 of Swords, 4 of Cups, all the minor 5s (fives denote conflict and upheaval).


Tarot Visions: Further Certification Discussions with Benebell Wen

March 31st, 2017

Benebell’s back! In this episode we do a round table discussion on certification and the greater issue of validation. Learn our perspective on certification. Is it right for you? How to approach certification? We even go through a mock creation scenario of how we each would create a program.

Benebell is the author of Holistic Tarot, The Tao of Craft, and many awesome courses on divination and spirituality. Find out more about her at www.benebellwen.com.


Tarot Visions: Interview with Melissa Cynova

March 24th, 2017

Rose Red and Jaymi interview Melissa Cynova. Listen in as they discuss Melissa's Kitchen Table Tarot, her tarot philosophy, and quiz her on who she'd put on the first ten cards for a "Harry Potter" tarot deck. You can find Melissa at www.littlefoxtarot.com, Facebook, and Instagram. Note: this episode does have some slight cussing in it!


Tarot Visions: Self Care for Readers

March 17th, 2017

Rose Red and Jaymi discuss various ways readers and co-goers can recover from intense engagements. Learn tips and tricks to keep your health and energy together before, during, and after events. 


Tarot Visions: On the Hunt for Unique Decks

March 3rd, 2017

Rose Red and Jaymi talk about where they like to go to find truely unique decks.


Tarot Visions: All About the Conference Express

February 24th, 2017

In this episode, Rose Red and Jaymi discuss three of their favorite tarot conferences. PantheaCon (February), NWTS (March), and Readers Studio (April). If you know of other conferences for us to cover, please let us know. We'd like to discuss other events going on the rest of the year.


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