for divination and ancient ceremonial rites that invoke the spirit of divining communities. Carrie was in the first class to receive a Masters in the Cultural Study of Cosmology and Divination from the University of Kent, UK, is creator of the Magpie Oracle, and co-creator of the Lenormand Revolution deck, and soon to be released iOS app and study guide. She has two new Lenormand decks coming out in 2014; the Nippon Lenromand and the Dark Salon Lenormand. Carrie considers herself a Global Citizen and enjoys dividing her life and teaching annually in California, Santa Fe, and Europe with her husband, artist Rob Hampson and the World’s most psychic terrier, Rose-shine. Carrie now offers classes and divination services to a global clientèle in the US, Asia, and Europe.

Carrie's Blog

Order The Sirens’ Song Lenormand!

On September 28th, 2016 the Sirens’ Song Lenormand will surface from the depths of the deep sea.  This pack of cards was named after the mythical Sirens featured in Homer’s Odyssey and nods to their mantic talent for “knowing both the past and the future.” It encourages diviners to heed intuition’s call and deeply explore […]

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New Moon in Gemini

Every new moon I like to set intentions that deliver a full moon outcome. What intentions are you communicating during this new moon in Gemini?

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Gifts for Tarot Lovers

You’re a tarot-loving deck collector, or perhaps you know someone who has several decks to prove it. However one item I’m certain neither own, one that will elevate their collection to the nth degree, is the Tarot at your Table deck and dinnerware collection. I designed this collection with Julia Hesse to rejuvenate the salons […]

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Catch a Sturgeon Moon

According to Native American tribes of the Great Lakes, the August moon is known as the Sturgeon Moon, “because they knew that the sturgeon of the Great Lakes and Lake Champlain were most readily caught during this full Moon.” This title inspired the included image, which is one of many I’ve been creating for an […]

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Pre Order the Relative Tarot!

GREAT NEWS! The Relative Tarot has been picked up by  Red Wheel-Weiser.  Stay tuned for a stunning new edition in November 2021. If you’ve had a reading with me you’ll know I’m fond of using Significators and the Birth and Annual cards. These terms describe a person’s personal cards which are assigned to them at […]

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A chance to own occult art & strengthen our Divi-Nation

On Friday, June 26th the tarot community experienced a heartbreaking loss when we discovered the sudden passing of Nadine Bernadette Roberts. Nadine was a brave soul who withstood challenges that would make the most heroic cower, but you would never know it. Instead of falling victim to life’s tests, Nadine embodied courage under fire. It […]

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Divine Poetics

Calling all poets, writers and diviners!  April is National Poetry Month and diviner-poet, Tabitha Dial and I have joined forces to bring you a casting sheet that gives a kick-start to the creative within. The following Muse Board works as a platform to help you divine with poetry, creative writing, music, art, and more. Many […]

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The Legendary Lenormand is Here!

Available now, a limited edition of the Legendary Lenormand, a delightfully, daringly different deck from the Daughters of Divination with cards by Carrie Paris and tuck box masterfully designed by Doug Thornsjo, creator of celebrated art decks including the Tarot of the Zirkus Mägi. Inside you will discover 36 mystical Lenormand cards that illustrate an […]

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Viva Le Revolution SALE!

Great News!  The Lenormand Revolution Deck is going on Sale! This is a a special kind of sale in that the more people that order during the sale, the more of a discount everyone gets. The minimum discount is $5 off the normal price, but if 200+ copies are ordered everyone order will get 50% […]

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Help Wanted

Have you ever found yourself trying to piece together the back story of people in old photos? This happened to me a few years ago when I came across a photo of my grandfather’s family, pictured to the left. I’ve seen this image many times over the years and recall my grandmother disliking it due […]

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