What Problem Do You Want to Solve?

It may be because I have less time at the moment to spend with the cards, or that in my old age I’m becoming less covetous.  It also helps that as I only posted three cards last week, I have some leeway in the ‘fair use’ understanding of using copyrighted images.  Whatever, for this week 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 »

Impressionist Tarot Reading

This week, I wanted to do something a little different in this reading with the Impressionist Tarot (Lo Scarabeo, 2015).  While I’ve still drawn three cards, this is the Disney Model Spread.  No, the positions aren’t “What Princess am I?” or “Are you the kind of person who cried watching Bambi?” 😀 Walt Disney wanted Continue reading »