Stacey (Stasya) & The Tarot Pugs

Stacey (Stasya) B. is a psychic tarot reader, energy healer and witch working with Slavic folk magick, spirit guides, ancestral work, and working with dark goddesses. Her work focuses on helping magickal practitioners, witches and people interested in deepening their spirituality through witchcraft, magick and tarot.

After many years of trying to “fit in” and do things in a very “non-magickal, ordinary” way, Stacey embraced all that she had studied and learned about witchcraft and tarot over 25 years.

Stacey writes about tarot, witchcraft, spirit work, and magick to guide new and experienced witches and magickal practitioners on their own witchcraft and tarot journey.

Working with new and experienced witches, and those who are interested in magick and spirituality, Stacey uses the tarot to offer clarity, look into the future, connect with goddesses and assist to deepen the spirituality of her clients.

As an energy healer, Stacey works with clients and animals in distance energy healing sessions to cleanse and  restore the mind, body, spirit and aura and bring balance.

In her spare time, she’s a total bookworm reading non-fiction and studying magick, witchcraft, tarot and languages (currently Ukrainian, Russian and Romanian!)

About The Tarot Pugs

Rocky & Rosie are the original “Tarot Pugs” born in 2012 in Gatineau, Quebec, Canada.

Their origin story began when they were adopted at the age of 2. When they were adopted, they only understood French (and Stacey didn’t very well.) Now, they’re multilingual!

The Tarot Pugs are an inseparable pair, brother and sister from the same litter. They’re Pisces sun, Aquarius moon pugs and share a home with two cats (but only one of the cats really loves the pugs, the other one doesn’t really care.)

Rosie loves the camera and being in the spotlight. Rocky is more of the “behind the scenes” kind of pug.

You can see the pugs daily on Instagram where they show off tarot cards and daily messages of wisdom.

Because pugs are so incredibly cute and adorable, a portion of annual sales is donated to Pug rescues in the U.S.A and Canada.

If you’d like to work with Stacey (Stasya), be sure to check out Work with TarotPugs or for psychic tarot readings, candle wax readings, playing card readings, candle spell interpretation readings and e-books (some of e-books are free!), visit the TarotPugs shop.

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  1. Great intro you have here :-). One of my dogs is a pug mix – she doesn’t have the nose or the great wrinkles (unless you rub in just the right spot behind the ears) and she’s a bit bigger than a typical pug, but she definitely has the ears, eyes, puggy-body and curlicue tail. Adorable and smart! Gotta love ’em!
    Also I’m a fan of crystals and tarot, so it looks like we have similar interests. I’m in the middle of working up a crafting blog to complement my thinking blog (some different kinds of readership) and will be putting info on crystals there when I finish getting it organized…. Would be great to collaborate on some of it. Do you have fave authors or resources? Or do you do your own assessments on crystals’ properties? Or both?
    Good luck on your blog and blessings to you and yours!


    • Thanks! I have used for references in the past for myself have been books by Scott Cunningham (he has great resources on elements, minerals and stones) and general google searches. Some of my work with crystals comes from books (The Crystal Bible is definitely my go-to resource), while the other comes from experimenting to see what their effects are. It’s interesting how the same crystals can have different affects on people. That’s great that you have a pug-mix. My husband likes puggles because they don’t have the wrinkle that needs to be checked and cleaned on a daily basis, unlike pugs. All the best to you and yours. 🙂

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      • I use those resources too! Judy Hall’s “Bibles” are awesome resources. I always found it interesting that you don’t need to know or believe anything about how stones work. They do their thing anyway.

        Actually we have several dogs from the same litter that were dumped nearby shortly after birth – some were placed, a couple came back, so now they are ours. Dana just has the most obvious signs of puggishness. She’s our little “puglet” 🙂


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