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Tarot Pop Up

Back by popular demand, a very special opportunity...

Karen Vogel, Co-creator of Motherpeace Tarot, will be holding a Tarot Reading Pop-Up at West County Herb Shop on August 24th. Each reading will last about an hour. The cards are a useful tool for self-reflection and self-knowledge. They help to bring information from the intuitive and creative parts of ourselves and create a dialogue between different parts of our lives.

There will be 5 readings throughout the day. You must purchase tickets for a one hour time slot either in-house at West County Herb Co. or over the phone by calling the shop during our business hours. Time slots for readings will be 10am, 11am, 12pm, 2pm and 3pm. We will do our best to accommodate time preferences, but this will be first purchase, first serve. Tickets are $120.

Karen Vogel is a renowned intuitive who is widely known as co-creator of the Motherpeace Tarot deck and as a tarot reader, teacher and writer as well as an extraordinary artist.

The worldwide success of the Motherpeace Deck (currently over 200,000 in print) afforded her the time to develop as an artist and sculptor of wood and stone as well as continue her exploration of the intermountain and far west. Karen's creative voice expresses her deep sense of animation and spirit in nature.

Karen is a rogue scholar -- known for her innovative thinking in the field of anthropology and natural history. She has a degree in anthropology and a background in women's studies, art and shamanism. She grew up in New York City but fell in love with the wild places of the western North America as a teenager. She's lived there ever since and explored many places in the intermountain and far west. She lives in rural west Sonoma County, California

Karen's art has appeared prominently in a number of well-known performances and public rituals in the Bay Area of California. She was the altar sculptor and designer for Jennifer Berezan's concerts Praises and ReTurning to the Mother of Us All.

Earlier Event: August 19
Free Herbal Lecture Series
Later Event: September 15
Mending; Traditional Techniques