Casting the Muzoracle




Muzoracle: the Tarot of Music is a tool for engaging the intuition and imagination through music. It was created by composer and recording artist Jeff Kingfisher, who casts the oracle with clients at Port Seven, his studio in the Philomusica Center for Music and the Healing Arts, in California’s Coachella Valley.


Muzoracle castings differ from traditional Tarot readings in a few significant ways. First, the oracle itself contains dice as well as cards. Next, Muzoracle castings are based on, and actually engender, music; the meanings of the cards and dice arise from harmonies and musical concepts you can actually hear. Also, in contrast to most Tarot readings, Muzoracle castings are not predictive; they do not forecast the future. In fact, they’re not really “readings” at all; they’re guided sessions of intuitive self-counseling. The cards and dice are associated with keywords and phrases, as well as music, and the client, with Jeff’s guidance, finds a narrative within themselves that they find useful or helpful. The experience is empowering and insightful, as well as mystical; and rather than leave a session with someone else's forecast, clients leave with something that belongs to them. Muzoracle castings are recorded and photographed, and given to the client at the end of each session.


Muzoracle castings can be followed, if desired, by Swenakilo, a private sound bath based on the client’s casting. Castings usually run about 30 minutes; swenakilo adds another 30 to 45.


To learn more about the Muzoracle, please visit To book a casting or Swenakilo session, please contact Jeff here.