Three reasons to subscribe . . .

#1: See what’s already here

I’ve put a lot of content on this site over the past year—and you’ll have free access to all of it. One highlight is a series of updated/revised chapters from the first part of my first book: The Tarot: History, Mystery, and Lore. So far, ten installments have covered “The Historical Tarot” (1400-1700), “The Esoteric Tarot” (1700-1900), and “Makers of Modern Tarot” (1900-1925).

There are also some essays, like “Connecting with Tarot” (a personal narrative) and “The Future Factor” (Tarot, time, and the mind). Plus—an overview series that includes “Introduction to Tarot,” “Ten Doors to Tarot” and “Ten Books, Ten Doors.” So whether you’re new to Tarot, or quite far into your own practice, I think you will find something of interest.

Content of all the past newsletters is also available, of course—and I promise they are full of surprises!

#2 See what’s coming next

On the horizon:

  • A closer look at novelist and deck-designer David Keenan’s engagement with Tarot. Plus a further look at how Tarot influenced poet Sylvia Plath.

  • An extraordinary example of conceptual Tarot, in the form of a photographic deck/essay on the counterculture movement.

  • How three “scholar-activists” created a “Tarot of transgressive research.”

  • Exploring the relationship of seasons, gardens, weather—and Tarot. (Just in time for the Autumnal Equinox!)

  • Comparing “normal” and “paranormal” approaches to understanding Tarot.

#3 Gain access to new features

On September 22, I’ll be introducing an optional paid subscription. Free subscribers will continue to receive the newsletter, and have access to most essays and articles. But for those who would like to take a deeper dive, I’ll be offering something more.

Paid subscribers will get:

  • Immediate access to my new ebook, The Possible Tarot

  • Lessons based on my personal method of Tarot divination

  • Access to material from my collection of Tarot artifacts

  • A twice-monthly podcast . . . .

If any of that sounds appealing, just become a free subscriber now and find out more details soon. In the meantime, enjoy all the free content and get the next newsletter in your Inbox! If you like what you find, I hope you’ll let others know.

Warmest regards, Cynthia

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