This is a digital download [PDF] for our Chariot issue. The publication is meant to be experienced physically, but we wanted to give an option to those of you who live outside the U.S. and feel that shipping is cost-prohibitive! After purchasing this item, you will receive an email with a link to download the PDF of the publication.
The Rebis is a publication celebrating the connection between tarot and creativity. For our second anthology, we invited 28 writers, artists, and tarotists to explore their personal relationship with theChariot as well as related cards, including the Tower and the Minor Sevens. This issue is double the size of our Wheel of Fortune edition!
Within these pages, we deconstruct traditional meanings of the card (“success,” “willpower,” “victory”) and explore the tension between surrender and control. This anthology is intimate and vulnerable, covering themes of desire, eroticism, transformation, and authenticity. Here, we reject dominant narratives. We center stories of self-discovery and honor our queerness. We invite destruction and embrace ego death. We go to sex camp. We renounce celebrity billionaire culture. We shatter our own expectations. We accept our beautiful contradictions.
The content in this publication is evergreen and timeless. It’s designed to be savored. We invite you to explore this at your own pace, whether that’s reading from cover to cover or revisiting the material whenever you pull the Chariot card.
This is a digital download that you’ll receive in PDF format, with 120 pages of stunning art, provocative prose, and lots of tarot insight. Editorial content spans personal essays, creative nonfiction, fiction, poetry, and prose. There are multiple journal prompts and tarot spreads, a ritual guide, and a numerology overview of the Chariot. This issue features full-color original watercolor paintings, illustrations, photography, collages, and more.
After operating costs, all profits from the sale of the publication will be distributed equally between three nonprofits committed to reproductive justice and reparations: The Sogorea Te Land Trust; The National Network of Abortion Funds; and Liberated Capital. Learn more here.