There are many tarot cards with Disney characters, including princesses Disney Princess Tarot Cards Divine Magic – Nerdist, but on November 9, 2021, the official Disney Villains Tarot Deck and Guidebook was released by Insight Editions, of San Rafael, Ca. The Religion News Service (RNS) covered the Tarot set stating: “With ‘Villains’ tarot deck, Disney pushes the mystical practice further into mainstream.”
The Simon and Schuster distributed cards have an Alice in Wonderland deck available February 8, 2022.
Previous cards were unsanctioned, but according to Religion News Service, the company spokesman, Lara Starr, confirmed these are officially licensed by the House of Mouse. Tarot is an occult practice.
Drew K. Prince, a pagan and podcaster at Magick Radio Chicago, told RNS, “I don’t think Disney or any corporation should cash in on the magical arts. Whenever anything sacred becomes popularized, it generally becomes kitschy and loses its mystery. They might as well produce Mickey Mouse Jesus dashboard miniatures or Disney-themed Bibles.”
“I pre-ordered these cards in January, and I admit that I actually cried tears of joy when they finally arrived,” verified reviewer, Briar Gray, posted.
Illustrated by Ellie Goldwine, “mommy to two magical pixies,” Ellie Goldwine | Official Publisher Page | Simon & Schuster (simonandschuster.com), the cards are authored by witch, Minerva Siegel.
God is Calling
God is calling Minerva Siegel (@spookyfatbabe on Instagram) through her pain. Mrs. Siegel, one of REVELIST’s “10 plus-size celebrities and influencers who refuse to hide behind their hair,” 10 plus-size celebrities and influencers with short hair | Revelist suffers from a rare disease, Erythromelalgia, that causes intense burning and redness in the extremities.
On June 29, she posted she was the second person in the country to receive a “spine-delivered, snail venom-based medication.”
On July 24, she wrote the experimental pump implant “is so invasive and extreme…the thought of having to go through this every five years…is daunting—but I know it will be worth it. That magic little sea snail venom medication is going to give me my life back.”
Between August 5 – 29, Siegel, also the author of Tarot for Self-Care: How to Use Tarot to Manifest Your Best Self, reported a stroke, return to ICU, and the Prialt failed. Also, partial paralysis, sepsis, blood clots, two spinal surgeries, a home wound care nurse, self-administered shots in her stomach twice daily, and “SO MUCH pain.” The Mayo Clinic reached “the limits of what modern medicine can do….”
On November 16, Mrs. Siegel posted, “I feel like I’ve turned a corner in my recovery. I haven’t had blindness in nearly a week, or a seizure in a month.”
The Bible speaks against turning to mediums and psychics. Leviticus 19:31 (ESV) reads, “Do not turn to mediums or necromancers; do not seek them out, and so make yourselves unclean by them: I am the Lord your God.”
“The LORD is near to the brokenhearted and saves the crushed in spirit,” (Psalm 34:18), so please pray for Mrs. Siegel’s suffering below, tenderheartedly, as for your own daughter:
Dear Jesus, please go to Siegel and show her Your love in a powerful way and take away her pain. In Your Name we pray. Amen.
Kristen Collier has a BA in English Literature and is co-founder with her husband, and Roku developer, of Creative Motion Network, a cutting-edge, free indie Christian Roku channel. She is also co-founder and animator of Collier Animation.