About

 

Have you ever wanted to see into the future?

Gain clarity into a problem or situation?

Are you looking for ways enhance your spiritual practice?

Have you wondered who your spirit guides are and what messages they may have for you?

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Hi! I’m Stacey B., creatrix of TarotPugs.

I’m a psychic (clairaudient / claircognizant / clairvoyant) who reads tarot to look into the past, present, future and even the spirit realm.

I began my interest in tarot and the occult in 1997, but after a long hiatus away from my practice, I returned again to it.

TarotPugs began in 2015 as a way to share my journey with tarot and showcase my two pugs, Rocky & Rosie (aka the Tarot Pugs.)

The Tarot Pugs can be found daily on Instagram with tarot cards and on weekly readings on the blog.

My readings are guided by my spirit guides and yours to help bring messages to answer your question and provide information that is needed most at that time.

I specialize and focus on readings such as:

  • Spirituality
  • Predictive
  • General
  • Spirit Guide
  • Moon Phases

 

Tarot offers guidance similar to a road map that can lead you through hazards and bumpy roads along the way and can help you get to where you want to be.

In 2016, TarotPugs began contributions to Under My Wing Pug Rescue (UMWPR) in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada. A portion of all tarot readings is donated to UMWPR to help rescued pugs and provide funds for medical treatment, rehabilitation, food, toys and foster care.

If you’d like to work with me and see what readings are available, please visit the TarotPugs Shop for more info.


What’s Here

 

If you’re lookin for somewhere to start on the blog, here’s a few blog posts to begin:

Spirit Guides & Tarot

Self-Care for Tarot Readers

Coffee Spells & Divination

 

 

Credits / Images:


Tarot images that may appear on TarotPugs.com are from: The Wild Unknown Tarot (©2016) by Kim Krans (HarperElixir); Radiant Rider Waite (©2003), Rider Waite Tarot (©1971), Tarot of the Cat People (©1984, 2004) and Russian Tarot of St. Petersburg (©1992) all used with permission of U.S. Games Systems, Inc., Stamford, CT 06902; and Fairy Tarot by Doreen Virtue and Radleigh Valentine. All rights reserved.

Oracle decks that may appear on TarotPugs.com are from: Les Vampires by Lucy Cavendish; Indigo Angel, Healing with the Angels, Angel Therapy, Magical Messages from the Fairies, Healing with the Fairies all by Doreen Virtue. All rights reserved.

Images for this website designed in Canva.

 

6 thoughts on “About”

  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!

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    1. 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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      1. 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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