Tarot for the 21st Century!
Thanks to Jess Witkins at the Happiness Project for posting my essay on how tarot (might) work. Read it here.
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And just in time for Valentine’s Day! Here’s the breakdown: Cups = love/emotions/intuition. The Knight of Cups is arriving, cup in hand, ergo, something along those lines is on the way. In the four of cups, a man ponders three of the cups, oblivious to the fourth being offered. It’s an alert to be aware of that offering (nice tie in with the Knight). And the third card is the Star, often representing hope, or the calm after the storm. In the context of these three cards, her open posture,…Continue
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Buahahaha! The Vine app is finally working, and the magic of stop-action Tarot is MINE!!!
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My publishers over at misterio press are doing a giveaway, and one of the prizes is The Alchemical Tarot Renewed, deck and book set. It’s one of my favorite decks, layered with alchemical imagery in lush colors. Click the link here and scroll down to the bottom of the page for entry options.…Continue
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My third Riga Hayworth novel, The Shamanic Detective, was officially launched today, and to celebrate, I'm doing a themed giveaway, including a Steampunk Tarot Deck. If you'd like to enter, click here.…Continue
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...like a quirky Altoids campaign.
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I am a fanatical enterer of Tarot contests and was fortunate enough to win theWizards Tarot in a contest run by Llewellyn on Twitter last month. The deck was waiting for me when I got home from Jordan this weekend (hoorah!). I confess:…Continue
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It was nearly five o’clock, still light out. She had time for a quick drink before dark. Riga grabbed her suede jacket and ducked past her neighbor, old Mr. Chen’s martial arts studio. She’d missed the last two classes and knew he’d be coming after her soon.
Riga took the stairs to the ground level, which had been leased to a billiard parlor – Riga’s default social life. It served beer and cheap, airline-grade wine and Riga had taken to keeping her own stuff behind the…Continue
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Do these look like Tarot cards to you? They're beer mats for Fat Tire that I found in a bar. With only four different cards (there - maybe the beer company makes more) my card reading abilities were limited, but I made it work! Granted,…Continue
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Summer Solstice, 2008: Marrakech, Morocco.
Noel Coward wrote that only mad dogs and Englishmen go out in the mid-day sun. Yet here I am, neither English nor mad, staggering about Marrakech’s pink-tinted Kasbah during the height of summer. As above, so below: the heat from the cobblestones bakes the soles of my thin shoes; the noon-time sun broils my…Continue
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