Marjorie Morgan is a creative channel who received a summons to make a tarot deck. Magical Nature Tarot was created by them with the guidance of the natural world, inspiration from the centuries-old tarot traditions, and assistance from her guides (the SiNK Spirit Collective).
Rebecca Guanzon is an energy healer, herbalist, tarot reader, and co-owner of Wild Soul River (an abolitionist herbal healing shop in Williamstown, MA) with her partner justin adkins. She and Marjorie co-create the content and guidance for this site and the Magical Nature Guidebook (still in process).
Marjorie Morgan grew up in Vermont and currently lives and works in Western Massachusetts. In performance-based work, she has worked in collaboration with trombonist Tom Plsek, Croatian printmaker Boris Kajmak, lute player and singer Christopher Schaub, visual artist Whitney Robbins, and sound and video artist Jed Speare. Marjorie has performed as a dancer nationally and internationally with the companies of Pooh Kaye, Paula Josa-Jones, Caitlin Corbett, Brian Crabtree, Snappy Dance Theater, and the Mobius Artists Group. Boston critics have cited her performance work as being in the top ten dance events in 1996 (Boston Globe), 1998 (Boston Globe), 1999 (Boston Phoenix), 2001 (Boston Herald and Bay Windows), 2002 (Boston Globe and Boston Phoenix), 2008 (Boston Phoenix) and 2009 (Boston Phoenix). Marjorie is the recipient of the Louis Sudler Award and a Tanne Foundation Award (both for outstanding achievements in the arts). Marjorie has worked as a professor in Theater, Dance and Performance Art at The Boston Conservatory (1998 – 2013) and The School for the Museum of Fine Arts (1998 – 2004). She has been invited to guest teach and conduct workshops at Harvard University, Salem State College, Emerson College, Earthdance, Charles River Creative Arts Program and Snow Farm. Marjorie’s work has been greatly inspired by the vocal training of members of the Roy Hart Theater, the choreographers Deborah Hay and Ralph Lemon, the composer John Cage, and visual artists Paul Cézanne, Helen Frankenthaler and Richard Diebenkorn.
A serious injury in 2011 greatly reduced Ms. Morgan’s ability to dance and perform. Since then, she has focused primarily on painting and printmaking. She has been a selected artist for the Northampton Biennial in 2015 and 2017; and had a print selected to be part of Stand Out Prints at Highpoint Center for Printmaking in Minneapolis, MN in 2018. She is currently on the faculty of Zea Mays Printmaking where she teaches folks how to create natural inks and dyes for printmaking.
Rebecca is a trained herbalist and a practitioner of multiple energetic healing modalities. She has been working with survivors of trauma and using trauma-informed care practices for over 20 years.
Her training includes The Chestnut School Of Herbal Medicine’s Medicine Making, Foraging, and Herbal Immersion Herbalism programs. She continues to serve as a neighborhood herbalist, promoting mutual aid. She studied with Melissa Crowhurst / Natural Healers receiving reiki master attunement, and provides intuitive trauma-informed bodywork thru various healing modalities; including techniques she gathered from her years of learning at the Full Spectrum Healing Arts School.
From 1999-2014 Rebecca worked at Women’s Services Inc the domestic violence/rape crisis center in Crawford County, PA. During her 16+years at WSI she served survivors of trauma in several different roles. From 2014-2020 Rebecca worked as Co-Director of Residence Life at Allegheny College. She partnered and led collaborating initiatives such as; Bringing in the Bystander programming (sexual assault prevention), Sustained Dialogues, and Safe Zone Training (LGBTQ+/identity) in higher education and community organizations.
Rebecca was a Training Consultant for The Keystone Crisis Intervention Team for over 5 years. The Keystone Crisis Intervention Team (KCIT) is a Pennsylvania state crisis response team that provides trained teams of individuals to serve any communities within the Commonwealth where a crime has taken place.
Rebecca has been a champion of the Food Is Free movement for many years and is a member of Herbalist Without Borders (humanitarian aid centering around health justice, herbal education and advocacy, and social justice related to herbalism and health access).
Rebecca’s non-traditional background has given her the skills to cultivate these inspiring and lasting relationships with broad range of individuals and she is committed to mobilizing people toward healing.