The Devil Salome/Biblical The Tower Oya/Yoruba 15 The Devil: This is not a traditional “Devil Card” image but an image of Salome dancing the Dance of Seven Veils. Note the head of John the Baptist dripping blood as Salome dances.   16 The Tower: “This is Oya, goddess of death andRead More →

Spiritual Prep for the Holidays By Rev. Melinda Carver It’s almost here, the month long holiday season from Thanksgiving through Christmas.  The holiday season is very stressful for everyone with all of the cleaning, cooking, decorating, shopping and parties.  Everyone reacts differently to this mad rush of celebrating:  some peopleRead More →

Mystic Spirit Tarot Playbook: The 22 Major Arcana & Development of Your Third Eye Hardcover written by Kooch N. Daniels  Hardcover: 176 pages Publisher: Red Feather  ISBN-10: 0764359495 Review by Mary Nale for Attune Magazine  My dear friend Kooch has delivered another amazing book. I didn’t know what to expectRead More →

A Special Guest Post by: Melinda Carver After 5 months of semi-lockdown, we are at the point of boredom.  You have wracked your brains for activities for yourself or your kids to keep busy with.  Netflix, Youtube and video games only fill so many hours before your eyes become strainedRead More →

The Mahābhārata Oracle Published by Red Feather. Author Gita Rash Review by Mary Nale The Mahabharata is an ancient Indian epic where the main story revolves around two branches of a family – the Pandavas and Kauravas – who, in the Kurukshetra War, battle for the throne of Hastinapura. Interwoven intoRead More →

The Empathic Oracle CardsReview by Mary Nale by Steven P. Wilson (Author) and Michelle Motuzas Johnson (Author)This is a deck that seemed to slip past my radar and I do believe it deserves to be looked at as an important tool for anyone who feels their way through life asRead More →

Today I’m drawn to this deck for its beauty and depth.  Using a one card draw to realign myself is one of my favorite ways to use Sacred Mysteries.  (No one knows Chakras like Kooch Daniels!) I like to use the question: Why am I feeling so out of sorts?Read More →