Yesterday one of my regular clients wrote a 5 Star testimonial for Heroic Tarot on Thumbtack so glowing it gave me warm fuzzies. It’s my pleasure to share it with you! Titled “Caring, personalized, insightful readings,” the review states:
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I’m sending you all high vibes from New York City! A dear friend of mine gifted me a trip to the Big Apple for the Star Trek 50th Anniversary Convention and I have truly enjoyed myself. Everyone I met was welcoming and kind. I do hope to return soon!
This week, I celebrate my Solar Return and there’s a lot I want to share with you:
- Online Scheduling: You can now sign up for Heroic Tarot readings, classes & workshops directly from my personal calendar!
I’m thrilled to share a new Five Star Yelp Review for Heroic Tarot:
Amazing reading and 100x better than any reading I’ve received before. Of course it was amazingly accurate but more importantly, it actually helped me as a person instead of just focusing on ruminating thoughts or problems. Storm really, really knows his cards and you can tell he is passionate about readings. More importantly, he is passionate about helping you as an individual. This was better than therapy. It was an amazing and worthwhile experience.
Contact me today to make your appointment!
~Storm Arcana (415) 260-2903 / email@example.com
Storm Arcana is an award-winning Tarot reader, artist and writer based in San Francisco. He provides individual readings by appointment in person or over the phone. Readings for couples and special events, classes, and gift certificates are also available.
If there’s one thing I love as much as reading Tarot, it’s teaching it! I’m so excited to share with you my newly expanded Arcana Academy, a mystery school in which I share my magical knowledge with you! There are three ways you can get involved!
Arcana Academy officially started a few years ago when a client asked me to teach them how to read the Tarot, resulting in a two-and-half year course of individual study. This led to me working with several students in a one-on-one capacity for different spans of time. I continue to take on students even now. Earlier this year, due to popular interest, I offered introductory Tarot classes to the public. They were a great success, leading me to create three tiers of classes honoring the different levels of interest and commitment people have expressed. There are three ways you can can interact with Arcana Academy:
“Tarot is a living commitment to the truth.” ~Rachel Pollack
Would you like to strengthen your perception, create internal balance, or impose your will upon chaos? Then this class is for you!
Arcana Academy Presents: Awakening the Unconscious: An Introduction to Tarot, a three hour workshop introducing basic tenets of Tarot in an intimate class setting. Through playful exercises and creative storytelling, you will become acquainted with the archetypes and symbols of the Major and Minor Arcana and gain a personal sense of how to connect with them. Together we will create a sacred container to explore, gather and translate timeless spiritual wisdom.
Hey San Francisco folks! My artwork is on the walls of The Sycamore in the Mission and I wanna hang out with y’all! Come have a drink, eat some food (they have a cool menu and the kitchen is open until Gremlins feeding time!) and check out my paintings in “The Theban Mysteries Series.” Maybe we’ll get really absurd and practice our Theban script together, lol! The mixer is this coming Sunday, October 25th at 7 pm.
For those of you can’t make it, please enjoy my artwork in high definition and consider purchasing a piece for your collection! Bright Blessings! ~Storm
My grandmother, Lena Faye Bridges Cockrell, or Nana as I called her, was the most influential adult in my formative years. She and I were close, possessing an altogether uncanny understanding of one another. She taught me to make biscuits from scratch when I was six, how to use a typewriter when I was nine, and gave me safe haven when I came out as gay at sixteen. She made time to attend my theater performances, bought me school clothes every year and always professed her belief in me. To others, her opinions were intractable, her pursuit of perfection was inflexible, and her judgments were implacable. To me, her love was unmistakable.
On Sunday, September 21, 2014, my grandmother passed away at age 87. It was also her birthday. Last year I shared two short Nana-inspired writings to honor her memory. On the recent anniversary of her birth and crossing over, I’d like to share another:
ANCIENT ALPHABET APPLIED IN ABSTRACT ARTWORK
I’m super excited to present my new series of mixed media collage paintings: THE THEBAN MYSTERIES! I’ve always been drawn to the lyrical lines of the ancient Theban alphabet and found it a great joy to incorporate the strange 16th century cipher script with comic book artwork, Tarot cards, and decorative art paper.
After carefully creating collage compositions, I added multiple strokes of paint to build depth and playfulness to each artwork. It was fun to discover what images survived the layering process. The Theban messages were added near the end and spell out the title of each painting. There are nine splashy pop culture pieces in total. Add one of THE THEBAN MYSTERIES to your art collection today!
Note: A separate shipping invoice will be sent after purchase for buyers located outside of San Francisco.
This summer I found a way to love my family without needing their acceptance.
A year ago this week, my grandmother died on her birthday. In the weeks following her funeral, I had recurring moments in which I heard her voice, telling me to reach out to my relatives on my father’s side of the family. “I’m gone,” she said, “but you have people who love you and want to see you. Let them.” I heard her words, but I didn’t act on them.