Mother Tarot Deck

Descriptions will be added as they're written. This deck is due to release in winter 2020.

October 29, 2019

The Temperance card in the Mother Tarot Deck is about growing up, in a sense. It follows Death, and springs from gentle hope. Delayed gratification, moderation, self-control, and honest work are brought to mind. Slow and steady win due to sustainability. With help and faith, seeds grow to give fruit. ⁣

This night scene is indicative of the dream world, for much of our ability to integrate new knowledge and envision new offer...

October 12, 2019

The Queen of Cups in the Mother Tarot Deck is Spirit, manifest in the form of the heart, which miraculously chooses to beat (or not to beat). No cup can contain this Queen, however her essence may be pumped in connection with her world, rhythm of the Divine as her guide. ⁣

This card beckons the Universe’s unending wellspring of available love. Bring to mind the saying that when one door closes, another opens. This must be tr...

September 28, 2019

The Three of Wands in the Mother Tarot Deck refers to sustainability by way of recycled/repurposed resources and energy. This card encourages self care in the form of small transforming shifts, whether it’s nourishment, a night of sleep, creative output, and/or healthy release. 

Make a shift when this card lands, using its position as a deeper prompt. In reference to relationships, this card may indicate the arrival of friends,...

September 13, 2019

The Devil in the Mother Tarot Deck knows you well, and it’s likely you know it well, too. The Devil, like God, is in the details. It’s built into our DNA and cellular makeup, waiting to be switched on with the slightest trigger. It is the forgotten and unforgotten trauma of this and past lives. It’s a tripwire for those who’ve taken no or little time to evaluate their own destructive tendencies; their programmed abusiveness or...

August 30, 2019

The Three of Cups in the Mother Tarot Deck portrays the essence of togetherness, fun, play, and happiness on an everyday scale. This card also serves as a reminder that love abundance is as much a mindset as it is happenstance. 

These three mer-beings represent any number of harmonious relationship connections. Aunties, uncles, parents, family friends, friendships, spouses, boyfriends, they-friends, girlfriends, adopted family,...

August 30, 2019

The Eight of Cups in the Mother Tarot Deck asks: Are you feeling the weight of the world today? ⁣

The Divine Feminine is eternally sacrificing for the sake of the Universe. Having devolved away from Her, we habitually sacrifice our Mother Earth (and ourselves) for the sake of human agenda. ⁣

This card may point to a self-care crisis, an environmental crisis, or simply the need to emote more authentically so that deeper think...

August 14, 2019

It can be difficult to discern your predicament from the perspective of The Hanged. Falling petals and thorns indicate danger and wasting time. Clouds linger, heavy with raindrops. And yet, there is health and cleansing from rain, grace in the aging process, and protection in thorns. ⁣

This nymph enjoys their body, in awe of the spectacle, curious about their position, but finding new ideas with each moment spent suspended u...

July 31, 2019

In the Mother Tarot Deck, the Death card refers to transition. It refers to a moment of permanent change, and also to the processes of decay and composting, which extend far beyond the time of transition.

Further beyond a death lies the web of connectedness that that being, relationship, job, endeavor, or energy impacted, and the waves of influence each small and major transition casts.

To embrace Death is to embrace the u...

July 15, 2019

The Two of Wands in the Mother Tarot Deck is that tingling sensation that glides up your spine as you strike idea gold. 

It’s also synchronicity—the feeling that the Universe is lining things up in your favor, laying the path for your best chance of success. 

It is also breathing in and out. 

This card may present a fork or crossroads, the choice being yours to make. Unlike the Two of Swords, this fork may not necessarily indicat...

July 15, 2019


The Four of Swords in the Mother Tarot Deck represents the necessity of rest. One must be diligent in listening to the ebb and flow of the creative cycle, yielding perhaps more intentionally into the ebb side of things depending on culture and constitution. The four rooted trees protect and nurture while cutting through the noise of the windy mind.⁣

Orange heals the creative energy center in the body, gut and womb, cradled...

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