About Tabitha Dial

Tabitha Dial is a Tarot and tea leaf reader in Lexington, Kentucky with an MFA in Poetry from Colorado State University. Her paper “Identity and the Creative Process Inspired by Tarot with Poetry by the Poet” is published in Tarot in Culture. Learn about her readings and her blog at NorthStarMuse.com.

Be Your Own Fairy Tale, by Alison Davies

Reading Be Your Own Fairy Tale, you are beckoned to tell stories where you

The Book of Destiny

The Book of Destiny is a unique tool for signs and synchronicity. Making connections,

Animal Messengers, by Regula Meyer

Animal Messengers may be a useful resource for anyone interested in wildlife and symbol

Bust inner ghosts with tarot

With this tarot reading, you prepare to look at your shadow or inner ghosts.

Creativity and revolution at TarotCon Denver 2015

TarotCon Denver was a huge value: each of the three days easily felt filled

Tarot court cards as creative archetypes

Tarot reading and tarot writing often open into and depict the sacred, the creative,

Holistic Tarot, by Benebell Wen

While it recognizes earlier meanings, Holistic Tarot moves beyond familiar designations for cards and

Tarot Mucha, by Giulia F. Massaglia

Tarot Mucha exhibits a broad range of feminine potential, and of course a touch

Crafting a tarot wreath

Crafting a tarot wreath may be treated as a meditative activity for those learning

An introduction to writing tarot poetry

The act of writing tarot poetry asks poets to find words to connect in