Tarocchi Cards began as a game in the 15th century. It only developed into a divination system hundreds of years later. So why not get playful with a game that is both relevant to learning the divine meanings of the cards, while also letting it be lighthearted fun.
In honor of all eras of Tarot, I share with you a reading this week from a deck that feels like the future to me, Transparent Tarot by Emily Carding. Get your reading below or click to experience all the images from the reading I uploaded on Instagram.
In honor of the glories of antiquity, I share with you this week a continental-based modern deck, Tarot of the Holy Light. With meanings older than the widely known Waite-Smith deck, this was designed by scholars who collaged alchemical and astrological symbols into a vibrant work of art.
Good Morrow! I am off to the Renaissance Faire tarot booth for the first time in two years. I am prepared with battery operated fans to circulate air, a wide table for social distancing, and masks. It may not be a the same, but… Continue Reading “Tarot Reading Class: Early Bird Special”
Since Leos love abundance, this week I offer two free tarot readings. A short and sweet one from my Arcane BS Oracle deck on Instagram (follow me if you haven’t already) and a ten-minute reading with the gorgeous Fantastic Menagerie Tarot Deck on YouTube.
So much about Tarot is misunderstood. It is up to those of us who love it to demonstrate the truths of it. If you know someone who has the wrong idea around what Tarot is about, please share my most recent YouTube on What to Expect from a Tarot Reading with them.
According to this belief system, if nothing really matters, why not relish what you relish without a care for how others judge you. Absurdity celebrates each of us living for what we personally adore, however outlandish, and without regard for how we are looked upon by others.
Last week, I shared another Caturday reading for all, inspired by Dexter Murdermittens (see below) that reminded me just how the cards can support a bad day.
Did you know that modern playing cards derive from the Tarot deck? Yup. Hearts are Cups, Spades are Swords, Clubs are Wands, and Diamonds are Pentacles. Take out the Major Arcana and the Pages, and . . . voila . . . we can play gin rummy instead of divining the future.
It’s become the most infamous of astrological events, the dreaded Mercury Retrograde. (Dun dun dunnnn) The thing is, it doesn’t have to be a burden if you look a bit closer into how to manage it.