Tarot for the 21st Century!
What Tarot Card Describes You Right Now - this is the question posed this week by the Tarot Translation Group on Facebook, and a very easy one for me this week.
The Page of Pentacles as depicted in the Tarot of the Cat People by Karen Kuykendall 1984, 2005 distributed by U.S. Games Systems Inc.…Continue
So, long time no post lol...but here I am again and today I'm blogging about confidence in our skills as Tarot readers. Where does it come from, how do we get it, and how is it even verified? I can't answer all of those questions but I will tell you how I found mine.
After many years away from the Tarot, I jumped in both feet first, but I had a nagging feeling like my readings weren't good enough, I didn't know enough. I got my first Tarot deck at 15 and have maintained a…Continue
Okay, so I looked at the Kickstarter campaignf or this deck and I wasn't able to contribute at that time...then, I get a post on Facebook through a friend, Inappropriate Tarot readings, and I found it absolutely hilarious. At this time, I have no idea that Inapporopriate Tarot readings is Darkana Tarot. So, I can be slow...
The Darkana is a deck that is created and self published by Janden Hale. It is primarily a black and white deck, with pops of color throughout. It has a…Continue
Another great topic:
How do you view the Death tarot card?
I view the Death card primarily as change. Change is a frightening thing, or maybe better said, the perception of change is a frightening thing. It is difficult to have held onto an attitude, belief, person, relationship, etc., for a long time and then come to the place or time or time and place where it must be let go. I think that even if the figure of death was not on this card, when you tell a person…Continue