"I am gay as a three dollar bill, and I'm standing in a cage with five full-grown tigers and lions."
"After the spirit left my body, my tutor told me that the spirit was Albert Einstein himself and that he had spoken through me for seven to ten minutes straight."
Flip through Ayla El-Moussa’s contemporary interpretation of the tarot.
Next time you're getting a reading, ask for Ariel Hart's neon, fuzzy deck.
People would spend $3.50 per minute for my psychic predictions, which were about as accurate as a Magic 8 Ball.
Belgian photographer Alice Smeets teams up with artist group Atis Rezistans to recreate the fateful visions of the 'Ghetto Tarot.'
Even as Manhattan becomes more and more unaffordable, fortune tellers—and their ubiquitous neon signs—have flourished in even the wealthiest neighborhoods. How are they hanging on?