Choosing a Tarot deck is serious business. Like looking someone in the eyes and holding their gaze long enough to vibe the truth. People who call the Tarot "fake" or "pretend" just don't get it. Those who consider the Tarot divinatory do.
When it came time to select a deck to use for my website, it took me less than half a second to decide: Housewives Tarot by Paul Kepple. While the Housewives deck follows the traditional Rider-Waite Tarot, these cards—with their bubbles, brooms and cucumber sandwiches—take themselves a little less seriously.
That’s how I like to live my life—a lot less seriously. I'm using the Housewives cards as imagery, but I put the full Staci Luna in my readings. You get my philosophy on the whole Tarot game. Like other intuitive High Priestesses in the Tarot Tribe, I put my trust in the light. But I love to look shit up too. I can rarely get through a TV show without going into fact-check mode.
Always remember: I'm not a psychiatrist, estate planner, doctor, lawyer, or financial planner. I'm giving you guidance.... What you do with the information is your choice and yours alone. You can choose to take the information or be like, no way... that’s crazy talk! I’m totally cool with that.
Understanding what the Tarot is trying to say is part of the fun.
Some people swear I'm a magician! Or a crazy mind-reader! I'm not. I'm a certified Tarot reader and Medium. I'm just a vessel. Your guides tell me things, and I either channel or intuitively pick up what the meaning of the card is for you.