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Transformation vs Change

  Image: Death from Llewellyn’s Classic Tarot One of the wonderful things about tarot is that, if one wishes, it can provide a lifetime of learning. Working with the cards in readings and in personal reflection, our understanding of the cards deepens. The tapestry of our belief system becomes more complex, more nuanced. Sometimes we […]

Art of Tarot 1

In this series, we are taking the time to smell the roses, which for tarot lovers often means taking the time to really appreciate a single image of tarot art. Today we will look at Death from the Revelations Tarot by Zach Wong. You can see more images HERE. The Revelations Tarot is unique because […]

Death Revisited

Apparently I did not do my job as communicator when I wrote about the Death card last month. The post is HERE. In reading through the comments, I thought that if one person who posted misunderstood me, then others who did not post might have misunderstood as well. So, I’ll try again. But first, a […]

Death

The Death card is one of the tricky cards of tarot. When it shows up in a reading, readers are very quick to point out that it does not mean actual death. Instead, it means transformation. I agree that there is a transformative element to the Death card. However, I think we do a disservice […]

Mystic Faerie Tarot

The Mystic Faerie Tarot is a thing of beauty, in my opinion. First, the art is unquestionably lovely; Linda Ravenscroft did an amazing job. Second, the cards feel like old friends but are different enough to be engaging. Third, the treatment of the Minor Arcana is really unique. Each suit tells a little fairy tale. […]

A Sacred Passage

Readers, please enjoy this guest blog post by Elissa Al-Chockhachy, author of Miraculous Moments. Death is a sacred passage from this world to the next.  The more I work with the dying as a hospice nurse, the more assured I am of life after death.  The dying are often seers.  Sometimes they share visions of […]