I’ve been really working on getting closer to the plants around me. This past summer I spent a lot of time wandering in the woods and parks. Having conversations with the local plant people. Sometimes meeting new friends. Other times reconnecting with old ones. And finding one I’ve been looking for for a long while. […]
Author Archives: Andrew McGregor
Andrew and Lon talk about the times in which we live and how to find your way in them. They also talk about the western idea of finding your true will or destiny.
Eric and Andrew talk about their shared journey with the Orisha. The ways in magic and astrology have been seen differently over time. How the resurgence of old materials have changed modern assumptions.
Andrew and Cristy talk about the power of punk and community as well as its complications. The need to find a balance between struggling and selling out. The role community played in the creation of the Next World Tarot. Cristy’s return to her cuban spiritual traditions. And much more!
Aunty K has been been doing some deep thinking about the relationship between tarot and indigenous communities. Important stuff we should all think about.
Andrew and Enrique talk about the power of presence. On how to listen to the world around you for messages. The power of birds and a lot more. An essential listen for folks looking to deepen thei ability to read for themselves or others.
I was pretty excited that the shop was nominated as best spiritual shop by The World Divination Association. Today the results were in and The Hermit’s Lamp won! Honestly I am really delighted to have the work of building and running the shop recognized this way. Honestly i am so deeply grateful for all the […]
Andrew and Willie talk about how it was growing up in the Lukumi tradition, and Willie’s experiences with Orisha in Cuba, America, Nigeria, and Brazil.
Maria and Andrew explore the topic of anti-racism through tarot and their own journeys. talking about curiosity, accessibility, the nature of tarot, and how to show up for this kind of change. This conversation is very much an invitation into this topic.