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Creative vulnerability is hard. Making art is easy.
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<<First Name>>, I need you.

Creating art and sharing it with you has been a much more vulnerable experience than I could have imagined. If I could just make my deck of Tarot Cards and not have to talk about it, share, or promote exhibitions I'd be happy. 
However in doing so, I'm learning to ask for help, learning how important community is, learning that I don't have to be perfect, and I can't change the world on my own.  As nice as that would be.

Witchy Queers, here is your opportunity to showcase your Art, creative works, or magickal installations. This Exhibition (and the Queer Tarot cards) is driven from a desire to make our spiritual or pagan world more inclusive, less heteronormative and showcase amazing people - some here in this group who are featured in the Queer Tarot Cards.

You could have YOUR art work exhibited as part of a Queer collection in the Melbourne Midsumma festival. With a large collection of solitary witches (& druids or those who don’t identify with either) participating in this, either in photos or joining this Exhibition, please come along, share, and really let’s get the word out about something different, magickal and queer centric!!

The Hermit Queer Tarot Card

I feel that Queer people are underrepresented in magical realms, and if there is a specific Tarot that speaks to people who are Queer – readings might be a little more accurate. To me the Hermit is a card of deep introspection, time for internal learning and reflection and at the end of that a stronger sense of self.  To me the Hermit is a very empowering card, because as a trans-man I’ve had to do a lot of deep introspection.  There were a lot of periods of my life where I didn’t have people around me to bounce off, so I turned inward.  I’m used to doing that now, so I relate to the hermit in terms of deep introspection and caring for ones’ self – being kind internally. To just stop, turn inward and reflect on yourself and leave the out-wardness alone, because sometimes that can be quite negative. Build up yourself internally, because that is so important.

5 new Queer Tarot Cards posted this week
Working towards a full-length documentary: stories of the people featured in Queer Tarot Cards

Explaining the ‘Big Three’, the positions of the Sun, the Moon and Ascendant are amongst the most discussed placements in natal charts. The Ascendant, or Rising Sign, is the zodiac sign that was ascending on the eastern horizon at the time of ones birth. It changes every two hours on average (emphasising the importance of knowing ones correct birth time when calculating a chart reading). A Sun placement directly influences temporal self.  Article by Seb!

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