What would a traditional fortune-teller make of this?

Are you interested in historical decks? As part of my research for the talk I’m giving at the UK Tarot Conference in mid October, I’ve been looking at a few, and reading up on them. This week, it’s the Lo Scarabeo version of the Book of Thoth Etteila Tarot (2012). Unfortunately, what I actually wanted Continue reading »

Top 5 Goal Setting Mistakes and What to Do About Them

Working as a life coach, many people say to me that they get stressed out by having too many goals.  Or by setting goals that they never achieve, leaving them feeling frustrated and like a failure.  And if your goal is world peace or even something more personal like not losing your temper over Christmas, Continue reading »

Impressionist Tarot Overview

This week’s deck really calls for a proper companion book, which it unfortunately doesn’t come with.  The Impressionist Tarot (Lo Scarabeo, 2015) is a fascinating deck, using adapted images of art from a number of impressionist artists.  The Minors are divided into suits based on the art of four painters: Wands are Édouard Manet, Cups Continue reading »