• Sarah Gilbert shows how combining Tarot with Astrology enriches and expands your readings. This is a digital file MP3 (audio) download that comes with a PDF to accompany the lecture. Length: 1:14:33
  • The Element of Water

    This edition of The Magician is based on the element of Water. Water in the Tarot is about our feelings and emotions and in my readings with clients during this time, I see the frequent appearance of the 5 of Cups. This card focuses on feelings of loss. Perhaps we are all missing the many experiences in life that we previously enjoyed - the life we used to have. For many people, the loss is severe with the loss of loved ones, the loss of businesses and the loss of employment. It is also the emotional closeness, the physical hugs and the happy times shared with those we love that we crave. The symbology of the card tells us that we will have shared experiences of happiness again in the future. The 5 of Cups can also gently suggest that we focus on the ways in which we are still able to keep up our connections with others.
    • Looking at the Suit of Cups and the Element of Water – by Matthew Favaloro
    • Like a Lighthouse, Tarot Shines Light on us when we Need it the Most – by Julia Makin
    • Cups - Water - Briah – by Doreen Van Boxtel
    • The Suit of Cups and The Element of Water - from The Mythic Tarot deck – by Delmo Brunello
    • The Soul of Water – by Brian Clark
    • The Story Line and Characters in the Suit of Cups – by Molly Talbot
    • Sustain and Renew Spread – by James Wanless
    • The Six of Cups - Things are not as they appear to be – by Anne Shotter
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  • The Element of Fire

    In Australia over the Summer, we have seen the physical manifestation of the element of fire at its full force, destroying bushland, towns, homes, animal habitats and as a result causing loss of life and great emotional pain throughout our country.  However, we have also seen the positive qualities of fire as an internal energy that corresponds within us to the qualities of incredible courage, leadership, heroic acts and generosity of spirit.

    Featuring:

    • The Sun – by Breed Barrett
    • A Report from Brisbane – by Delmo Brunello
    • The Element of Fire – by Brian Clark
    • New Committee Member Biographies – by Committee Members
    • Thunderbolt of Lightning: The Queen of Wands and My Midlife Crisis – by Gemma Davies
    • Review of the Twin Tarot Oracle – by Judy Grossman
    • The Star – by Fay Howard
    • Wording Tarot Questions for Accuracy – by Paul Fenton-Smith
    • Five Tarot Cards to Meditate on During Tough Times – by Carrie Mallon
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  • Tarot Card Featured - The Court Cards

    The sixteen Court Cards are widely recognized as the most difficult in the deck. They are complicated. More so even than the Major Arcana, the Court Cards are people, with fully formed personalities that can at times seem contradictory.

    Featuring:

    • Tarot Travelling – by Linda Marson
    • The Court Cards – Learn Them Once and for All! – by Kate of The Daily Tarot Girl blog
    • The Feminine and Masculine in the Court Cards – by Jacqueline McCleod
    • From Little Things Big Things Grow – by Jeni Bethell
    • Who Am I? Growing into the King of Wands – by Lisa Frideborg Eddy
    • My Current Favourite Tarot Decks – by Marlana McCarthy
    • Astrology and the Court Cards – by Jack of Jack of Wands Tarot blog
    • A Tarot Meal with the Court Cards (and recipes!) – by Theresa Reed
    • The Court Cards – Who Am I? – by Anne Shotter
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  • Tarot Card Featured - The Tower

    This is The Tower edition of The Magician. As the Tower always brings about change and restructure, we have decided to move the emphasis from the major arcana cards to focus on other cards in the tarot deck for our next edition.

    Featuring:

    • A Collective and Personal Experience of the Tower – by Anne Shotter
    • The Tower Tarot Card – by Jennifer Houston
    • The Sixth Sense, Calculating Tarot's Rise in China – by Renee Gray Beaumont
    • A Look at the After Tarot Deck (or What Next?) – by Naomi Towers
    • The Wounded Healer Within – by Karen Senior
    • Q&A: Liz Dean – by Anne Shotter
    • My Modern Interpretation of the Tower Card – by Delma Brunello
    • A Newbie's Vision of Tarot – by Alison Pilborough
    • The Waite-Smith Tarot – Born Under Cancer and Capricorn – by Jessica Adams
    • The Tower – by Molly Talbot
    • Hunting for Relationship Clues in the Smith Waite Tarot – by Jessica Adams
    • The Super-Dooper "Supermoon" and the Tarot Card of 'The Tower' – by Cheryl Ford
    • Black Saturday - My Bushfire Nightmare – by Ann Coen
    • As a Writer, The Tower, is Important to Me – by Matthew Farmer
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  • Tarot Card Featured - XIV Temperance

    Edition 56 of The Magician. Our card for the month is Temperance and I was moved to explore Temperance in the light of it being described as a virtue by religious thinkers, philosophers, and more recently psychology.

    Featuring:

    • Temperance - by Jeni Bethell
    • The Temperance Card - by Veronica Beaumont
    • Untold Tarot - by Linda Henery (Book Review)
    • Temperance - by Kate Ellis
    • Tarot for Writers - by Matthew Farmer (Book Review)
    • Romany Tarot Spread
    • Sydney’s Tarot Thursday News -  by Jennifer Houston
    • Temperance Poem - by Dave Camp
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