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 »

What To Do With The Pig-Headed Emperor of Paperwork…

Another Tarot de Marseille this week, the ‘restored’ deck from Jodorowsky and Camoin (Dg-Exodif, 1997/2006). I’m working with an organisation and things have been slow going of late. So, I asked what I should know about the situation:   The Cards The Emperor is, of course, the perfect representative of organisational structure. He is seated Continue reading »

Do You Haiku?

Haiku Reading Tarot Kaizen recently reminded me about writing haikus for tarot cards, something I used to do quite regularly.  With May’s focus on the Devil, I decided to let the Sasuraibito Tarot (Stasia Burrington, 2017) inspire me. He’s a rather handsome Devil, with a bad boy look sure to entice.  While sex addiction isn’t Continue reading »

What the Devil Am I Going to Chant?

Back at the start of the year, Carla suggested looking at the numerology of each month to examine its energies, and in February she picked a chant to match.  I joined in, as I love chanting.  In April, Carla wasn’t sure she was going to carry on, and didn’t post about it til 9th April.  Continue reading »

Mix and Match Divination

Previous blog/ Master list/ Next blog I signed up for this May Day blog hop weeks ago, and then promptly forgot all about it.  Suddenly, it’s the end of April and the post is due.  Eek, what was the topic? Oh yeah: “Do you combine Tarot with any other divination system? Why or why not?” Continue reading »

When Is It Good To Be A Drama Queen?

After last week’s Moon challenges, I thought about doing a tarot spell to move me towards Sun energy: vitality, well-being, joy and dynamism.  However, I’ve been reading Tarot Kaizen by Alison Cross.  It’s a great little book,  which I’ll review more thoroughly on Friday.  In the meantime, I decided to use one of the spreads Continue reading »