Jody Bergsma has created a beautiful, fun, and easy tool with her “Magical Times: Empowerment Cards”. How beautiful, fun, and easy? Click on in to find out!

I stumbled across an interesting blast from the past; “Goddess Guide Me: The Oracle That Answers Questions of the Heart” by Amy Zerner and Monte Farber. I’ve never encountered such a unique oracle.

Artist Orna Ben-Shoshan, creator of “Tokens of Light”, is back with a new beautiful divinatory set called “The AlphaBet for Lovers”.

Since I just got done reviewing “The Secret History of Poltergeists and Haunted Houses: From Pagan Folklore to Modern Manifestations” by Claude Lecouteux I thought now would be the perfect time to take a look at “Ghosts & Spirits Tarot” by Lisa Hunt. I know I seem to be near pants wetting excited over every tarot deck I review, but seriously you guys, “Ghosts & Spirits Tarot” is incredibly impressive. How impressive? Incredibly.

JB Sanders is back with meteorite wedding bands, bizarre bookmarks, $400 blankets, and more, in the latest “Geek Month in Review”!

“The Hobbit Tarot” that is. Come on, stick around, the tarot is totally worth reading a few minutes more.

I am so super fortunate and blessed to have received a review copy of “Playing Card Oracles Divination Deck” by Ana Cortez and C.J. Freeman from U.S. Game Systems. Click on in for plenty of pretty pictures of cards and lots of gushy language.

If you’ve ever had a fortune from a fortune cookie that you’ve liked, and you also like awesome things, I highly recommend reading this.

Essentially I brag about some awesome shopping I did this past holiday season. Seriously. But you should still check it out, it has pretty pictures.

Yes, it is tarot time again folks! This time we’ve got the “Simply Deep Tarot” by Chanel Bayless and James Battersby from Schiffer Publishing. I’ll be gushing about cardboard, revealing the creator’s motives, and sharing with you what in my opinion is the best Chariot ever.

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