Adrienne Abeyta combines the symbolic systems of tarot, numerology, and astrology.  She offers a contemporary approach as she connects modern psychology and spirituality in her readings. Her specialty is bridging the practical everyday world with the spiritual growth and evolution of each person. She believes in the capacity of individuals to discover their fullest potential and it is her gift to assist in this process Adrienne is a certified life coach and owner of Five Muses Entertainment,  Adrienne can be reached at

Christine Jette (pronounced Jetty) is a registered nurse and holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in psychology. She is the author of Tarot Shadow Work, Tarot for the Healing Heart, Tarot for All Seasons and Professional Tarot. Visit her on the web at:

Freelance writer and folk artist Melanie Harris has been practicing and studying magic since childhood.  She has worked with Tarot cards for over twenty years, and she is the Assistant Editor of Tarot Reflections.  She authors a column for the ATA Quarterly, and she also writes for the Llewellyn Journal and Circle Magazine.

Terri C. is a featured reader at the Pacific Northwest Psychic Fairs, Dragonfly Souls & Spirit Fairs and Friends and Fellowship Fairs. She specializes in Behavior Kinesiology and has guested on Seattle area radio stations. She can be reached at

Tarot4fun has been traveling a spiritual path and using her intuition to help people for many years before joining the Tarot community. She is an active participant in the Aeclectic Tarot Forum. Her interests include gardening, painting, and sewing.

Sheri Harshberger has been working with the Tarot for over 6 years and is thrilled to share her love of the ATA, Tarot and oracles with the world community as Editor of Tarot Reflections. When not working on features and the Tarot Reflections website, she can found on the Aeclectic Tarot Forum using the member name valeria. She can be reached at

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