What Structure To Put In Place?

After last week’s reading and its advice to get more structured, I carried on about my life.  I was hoping that a clear structure would coalesce with my intention.  However, by Thursday I had to concede that it wasn’t just going to happen by itself. Deciding to turn to the tarot for some help, I Continue reading »

Victorian Fairy Dreams

The Victorian Fairy Tarot (Llewellyn) came out in 2013, and caused quite a splash then.  At the time, I didn’t see what the fuss was about, and felt there was too much of a learning curve (I was pregnant at the time).  I wasn’t keen on the suit renaming (changed to the seasons – Wands Continue reading »

Gendron Tarot Overview: Neither Fish Nor Fowl

This week’s deck, the Gendron Tarot (US Games, 1997) is by “visionary artist” Melanie Gendron.  Personally, I feel that all artists are visionaries to some degree.  Still, looking through the LWB it seems that she is given this title because she meditated and did rituals to help her understanding of the metaphysical aspects of the Continue reading »

Dark Goddess Tarot Reading

Once again, I’ll be using a coaching-inspired spread this week, drawing from Ellen Lorenzi-Prince’s Dark Goddess Tarot (Arnell Art, 2013).  The acronym this time is QUEST: What is my QUEST? – Hag (King) of Water (Cups) – Ran The booklet tells us that Ran is a Norse Goddess of the Drowned.  The little catchphrase for Continue reading »