Contact me to schedule an appointment. Readings are $25 for a half-hour (give or take).

About my readings

Did you ever do that experiment when you were a kid, where you put iron filings on a piece of paper? It’s cool – you put a magnet underneath the paper, and you can see the invisible magnetic fields. Like this:

“Two medium circle magnets” by Sorcyress is licensed under CC BY-NC 2.0

Tarot is a little like that. The cards seem to line up with stuff happening in your life. We can read those patterns to figure out what’s going on in a situation.

What to expect

You can expect to spend about a half hour, give or take, working on the reading. I start without knowing your question – I prefer to read the cards, not your expectations.

At some point, though, we’ll discuss what the cards are showing and how they relate to your situation. We’ll talk about your question, and how the cards answer it. The idea is to get a super clear view of what’s going on.

Last, we’ll look at strategy. It’s awesome to have spiritual insight into a problem. I feel like it’s not very helpful unless you can take action on it.

Current pricing:

$25 for 30 minutes (ish)


Results are not guaranteed. A tarot reading is not intended to replace professional advice. Readings are for entertainment purposes only.

My readings are as authentic as possible – but take them with a grain of salt. Information from a deck of cards may or may not be accurate. The future is not carved in stone. Your results may vary.

About me

I’ve been reading Tarot and doing divination for over 25 years.  My approach is to figure out the story that the cards are trying to tell.  I like to work with you to apply the reading to your situation.

My Tarot Decks

I have two decks I’m working with right now.

Uusi Pagan Otherworlds Tarot

Uusi Pagan Otherworlds Tarot, with the Queen of Pentacles, 7 of Cups, and King of Cups
Queen of Pentacles, 7 of Cups, King of Cups. Uusi Pagan Otherworlds Tarot.

Don’t let the empty space in this deck fool you. The artwork is evocative and otherworldly, and thick with Pagan imagery. I love this deck because it steps boldly away from the traditional Christian-based Tarot imagery, and offers a view of how a Pagan might look at these themes.

This deck is great for examining your spiritual path, or looking metaphorically at your life. Think big-picture type information. In the reading above, mom might be struggling with wanting more romance, and feeling stuck holding up the family finances. Dad is absorbed with his hobbies or his inner emotional world. Between them are the loves that hold them together – a child, magic, a business, but troubled by looming and pointed concerns, perhaps an illness or death in the family.

Tarot de Marseilles

Tarot de Marseilles, designed by Pierre Madenié in 1709.

So, I love old things. This is a reproduction of one of the oldest Tarot decks we know about. The symbolism is as historically authentic as you can get. (Some of the cards even have ink-marks from laying on top of another card.)

The Tarot de Marseilles has a reputation for being weirdly accurate. This is very much a real-life, day-to-day tarot reading. I use this deck for very literal interpretations. For example, the cards above might indicate that mom is wrangling an excited dog while dad is making dinner. Some of dinner spills and the dogs get it, and it’s getting late, so they decide to go out to a seafood dinner instead.