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What is Bone Reading?

Bone reading is a form of Cleromancy. It has been performed by many cultures throughout human history and it is still performed today, primarily in several diverse cultures on the continent of Africa. My style of bone divination is informed by several different sources, both spiritual and mundane. I have been fortunate to have been the student of many different teachers, and I still take bone casting classes whenever I find them and am able to attend. There is always more to learn and the bones, along with the ancestors and other spirits are the best teachers of all.

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I’m Back Y’all!

May 1st, 2020|9 Comments

It's been a minute. For a spell I sort of ran out of things to say. To be honest, I just didn't feel like writing so much and so often. But lately, I have [...]

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Tarot by Seven’s Painted Bone Reading Set

June 22nd, 2018|Comments Off on Tarot by Seven’s Painted Bone Reading Set

Painted Bone Reading Set by Tsura Nuri of Tarot by Seven. I'm back! It is summer vacation for me with no classes till August. I have several items to review before school starts [...]

  • Candelo found this beautiful doll at one of the Denver Thrift Shops photo by Candelo Kimbisa

The Spirits Had Other Plans

October 30th, 2017|Comments Off on The Spirits Had Other Plans

Last weekend I was in Denver to present at the Mile High Conjure Gala. I was honored to be presenting with several great workers - Co Meadows of the Hoodoo Queen, Ambrozine LeGare, Professor Ames [...]

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