Our monthly residency at Morbid Anatomy followed by friend of Tarot Society, Aaron Rodrigues Insect Petting Zoo!
Date: Monday, February 29th
Time: 6pm to 8pm
Location: Morbid Anatomy Museum, 424 Third Avenue, 11215 Brooklyn NY
Join the Members of the Tarot Society on the last Monday of every month for an evening of tarot reading , astrology, palmistry, and other divinatory mediums. Darcey Leonard and her team see fortune telling as a “psychic weather report,” offering the querent a new perspective of the present, and pragmatic advice for the future.
Readers read for tips, each reader negotiates their own rates generally from $1 to $2 a minute.
Darcey Leonard, Palmist, is and empath who has been studying hands for over 15 years. She combines learned palmistry, sharp intuition, and pragmatic advice for a unique reading that will give you deeper understanding of yourself as well as action steps for the future.
She is the creative director and producer of The House of Screwball, and founder of Tarot Society.
Arthur LB , Tarot Reader, has been studying the psychic arts his entire life and reading for clients since he was 12. In addition to tarot, he offers angel consultations to connect you with the advice your guiding angel has at this point on your path.
Vanessa Cleary, Astrologer, A New Yorker of 21 years, she currently is located in Bushwick. Vanessa began to study astrology formally with the NCGR( National Council for Geocosmic Research) in early 2011. She passed 2 of their 4 levels of certification exams and has been practicing personal Natal Chart readings for over a year using Tropical Astrology. She is also adept at reading planetary return charts, progressions and current transits in any chart.
Date: Monday, February 29th
Location: Morbid Anatomy Museum, 424 Third Avenue 11215 Brooklyn NY
Tonight Aaron will be holding a live animal show at the Morbid Anatomy Museum. Most of his animal specimens are insects, but also include arachnids, reptiles, amphibians and fish, all of which are harmless. The event will be an informal show-and-tell, a Q & A session where guests can touch and hold the animals while Aaron answer whatever questions they may have. People can also gather around to take pictures or videos of the animals.
This event is a celebration of animals and their many different shapes, sizes and behaviors. This particularly applies to the animals we refer to as "bugs" or "creepy crawlies," animals that are normally misunderstood and, as a result, feared. Aaron Rodriguez's goal is for people to become open to the idea that even creatures like cockroaches and spiders get undeserved hatred. He will supervise guests and give them guidelines to properly handle his pets in a way that is positive for both the humans and the animals.
Aaron Rodriguez grew up in the Bronx, New York and is currently a Masters student in Biology at New York University. As a growing profession he performs live animal shows throughout New York and New Jersey, educational show-and-tells where people can interact with and ask questions about animals. These shows are meant to inform people about animals in their many shapes, sizes and behaviors. This particularly applies to animals that are normally feared or misunderstood, such as insects and spiders. His goal is to ultimately enter a Ph.D. program in Entomology, or the study of insects, while continuing to do educational shows.