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The Biggest Challenge

Psychic Tarot by Nancy Antenucci and Melanie Howard In Psychic Tarot, Antenucci and Howard tell us that integrating the wisdom from a reading is the biggest challenge of divination. They say it is the most challenging because it requires change (breaking patterns and forming new habits)…we humans aren’t great at that. Here is their advice […]

Cards Having Conversations

We ask the cards questions all the time. And we all know that the type of information you get depends on the questions asked. So we know what kind of conversations we have with the cards. But what happens if we shut up and let the cards talk amongst themselves? Of course, they cannot actually […]

Selecting a Significator

What is a Significator? A significator is a card that is used in a tarot spread to represent the querent (the person asking the question).  Not all readers use significators. Some don’t use them at all. Some use them only with certain spreads. Some use them in every reading. I suggest trying various methods to […]


Tarotist Tierney Sadler suggests that I write about how our own situations may or may not affect the readings we give. For example, if we suspect we are projecting our own current life situation on the interpretation of reading, does that make the reading any less true for the querent? I think there is a […]

Rephrasing the Question

For quite a few years it has been the trend amongst tarot readers, authors, and teachers (myself included) to encourage readers to help their querents (person asking the question) rephrase certain types of questions. What kinds of questions did we like to rephrase? 1. Yes/No questions 2. Questions involving a third party without their consent […]