Kim Danbert is known internationally for her spiritual gifts, which include seeing auras, Tarot reading, and connecting with the spiritual world.
Kim has been conducting psychic readings professionally for 38 years.
Having served on the Board of Directors of the International Tarot Society, Kim was a featured presenter at the World Tarot Congress in Chicago in May, 2002. She has received certificates from the Tarot School’s Reader’s Studio in 2003 and 2019, and from Tarot Reader’s Academy.
Kim leads a monthly tarot group and produces psychic fairs near her home in Melbourne, Florida.
Living on a Bridge with Kim Danbert
Kim is a medium, but, at 4’ 7”, she is also a small. There is nothing small, however, about her spiritual path and the wisdom she shares. Kim is also a tarot reader and teacher, and a devout Christian.
In this episode of StaarCast, Christiana and Kim have a frank talk about Biblical messages, Kim’s tarot origin story, the Spiritualist church, and what it is to be a Christian tarot reader. Kim’s work with tarot forges a bridge between Biblical doctrine and the tarot images. Christiana and Kim discuss the many bridges that Kim has worked to build, and the many bridges that tarot builds.
At StaarCon Kim will be leading a workshop on the tarot court that is a game. This interactive tarot experience will be an amazingly fun learning experience.
Camelot Meets Tarot in this role-playing game, where the Tarot Court Cards become animated in a problem-solving scenario. This process helps one to see the court cards (and many of the Major Arcana cards) as living works of divination. Anyone can take this workshop. You do not have to have a working knowledge of the interpretations of tarot or be a tarot reader. This class is fun for all levels of tarot expertise from novice to professional reader!
Kim will share examples of how the Waite-Smith Tarot images and interpretations pair with specific passages and sentiments of the Holy Bible. Expand your understanding of both tarot and the Bible, and find wisdom within them both.