Of Two Minds? How About Four?

Previous Blog/ Master List/ Next Blog When I read the premise for this round of the Tarot Blog Hop, I knew it was right up my street. Our wrangler, Aisling the Bard, asked us to ‘use our Tarot cards to explore and explain the duality of our own natures’. She also asked: ‘How is it 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 »

Full Moon Reading with the Tarot of Delphi

For tonight’s Full Moon, I have a little ritual planned to help me in working on a bad habit that has long plagued me: sitting in front of the TV snacking!  I also wanted to do a reading around the subject, connected to the ritual.  For this, I was inspired by a meditation I did Continue reading »

A Big Volcano Calling: New Century Tarot

I’m really enjoying this week’s deck, with its bright colours and U.S. Games’ quality, easy-to-shuffle card stock.  The New Century Tarot (2003) by Rolf Eichelmann combines pips with simple illustrations, giving readers the best of both worlds.  On to the reading… 1) Situation/Issue – Judgement Various figures step out of the flow of the stream Continue reading »

Raven’s Prophecy Tarot Reading

Another coaching-based spread this week, this time using the cards from the Raven’s Prophecy Tarot (Llewellyn, 2015).  The acronym is TEST, and the questions are: What TEST am I facing? – III – The Empress What ENERGY will help me? – Nine of Coins What might SAP me? – Nine of Swords How can I Continue reading »

Robin Wood Tarot Overview

The Robin Wood Tarot (Llewellyn, 1991) has been in print continuously for nearly twenty five years now, a testament to its enduring charms.  It was an early pagan-themed tarot deck, removing much of the Christian symbolism found in the Rider Waite Smith, and replacing it with more nature-based imagery.  It is quite “caucasian”, and rather Continue reading »