I picked up my first tarot deck as a teenager in the early 1980s. It was the era of big hair, synthetic fabrics, and conspicuous consumption. People who shared my interests were most definitely on the fringe.
It’s been exciting to see tarot, and other occult practices, come out of the shadows — though, I must admit, I truly hope they never completely “go mainstream.” There’s something special about the mystery and mystique that surrounds these things, and it would be a shame to lose that.
I like being part of something old, mysterious, and yes, even a bit dark — something that hasn’t been chipped away, sanded smooth, and polished to make it palatable for the masses. So, here at Wayfinder Tarot, we’ll discuss a wide range of occult topics and we’ll do so with frankness, open hearts, and open minds. With the help of talented writers including my beautiful daughter-in-law, Tiana — we’ll bring you fresh, thought-provoking ideas and resources for learning.
We welcome seekers of all kinds here, regardless of identity or beliefs. We’ve only got one rule: Do No Harm.