I’m Jess, a Chaos Witch, professional tarot and oracle reader, blogger, writer, occult teacher, and magickal life mentor. I’m also an artist and gamer and aspiring graphic designer. As you can tell I’m multipassionate and love to bring magick and witchery into everything I do.

I got started in the Craft at a very young age. I was 8 when I discovered tarot which lead me to discovering information that helped me realize my imaginary friends weren’t so imaginary. I grew up in Connecticut under the shadow of the Salem Witch Trials. Taking field trips to Salem and learning about the history of the witch trials was a regular part of my school curriculum growing up (including the fact that the first witch hanging in the New World happened in Hartford, CT).

When I was 11 I found Wicca and that began my adventure into Paganism and spirituality as a witch. 2019 officially marked 30 years since I did my very first self-dedication. In 2005 I was initiated as a High Priestess of an eclectic Wiccan tradition and have practiced in several traditions since.

Tarot is one of my main jams. I bring tarot into everything I do from mundane to magickal. I use tarot for magick, meditation, decision making, inspiration, and creative sparks. It’s one of my favorite things to teach too. I got my first Rider Waite Smith deck when I was 10 years old and have been using the cards ever since. I collect tarot and oracle cards and have a collection of over 200 decks at this point (they are a bitch to move but a joy to have access to).

Now I live in Las Vegas with my husband and cats. When I’m not doing specifically witchy badass things, I am either playing video games (role-playing games and first-person shooters) or working on art. I do fluid acrylic art, digital art, doodle style art, and watercolor. I’m a child of the 80’s and love anything from that decade. I’m an avid retrowave and synthwave fan, cyberpunk junkie, and horror movie fan.






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