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10 Questions for Tarotist Amythyst Raine


What’s your favorite breakfast food? My favorite breakfast, what I have almost every morning: A Rockstar energy drink and a Hershey's chocolate bar.

Book you’d like to give everyone (or wish they would read)? The book I'd like to give every single woman I know, and the book I'd wish they'd read is the book I'm currently writing. The topic is spiritual feminism.

What makes you laugh? My husband, Joe. I've laughed more since I've been with him than I've ever laughed before.

Song that never gets old: "Hotel California"

Drink of choice: Chocolate Milk

Would you rather be hot or cold? Hot...cold hurts.

Mountain, beach, desert or forest? Forest...I could not live without trees.

Favorite color? Shades of Green

Best movie line:Since when is being a slut a crime in this family?” (Sally Owens, from Practical Magic)

Last thing you splurged on? An aquamarine ring at JCPenny; jewelry is my weak spot.

Bonus Q: Last time you yelled: Ummm...yesterday. Don't ask.

Amythyst Raine is a professional psychic and spiritual feminist. She has practiced her own brand of paganism for the past 30 years and is the high priestess of Bristolwicks Coven. Amythyst is also a practitioner of holistic healing through reiki, crystal therapy, and chakra balancing.

She is the author of Tarot for Grownups (2013 Dodona Books, John Hunt Publishing); The Gray Witch’s Grimoire (2012 Moon Books, John Hunt Publishing); Tarot: A Witch’s Journey (2010 Labyrinth House Publishing); and Natural Magick the Gray Witch Way, an online book available through her website, The Witch’s Corner


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