Addition tables are easy to understand. 1+1=2 1+2=3 1+3=4 1+4=5 This progression could go on infinitely, and you’d have no trouble figuring out the totals. Now, here’s a secret some people don’t want you to know: many forms of divination are just as simple. Let’s look at Tarot. According to some authorities, the Two of […]
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Each week this month, we are taking a look at theĀ Tarot IlluminatiĀ by Eric Dunne and Kim Huggens. Ā Almost every reader has a particular court card they think of as “their” card. For me, it is Queen of Pentacles.
One of the reasons so many of us love tarot is the cards…we like to collect decks because we love the art. We love reading visual images (rather than words). In addition to the symbols, composition, and style in each of these tiny pieces of art, color plays an important role in how we respond […]
Today’s post is more of a long, rambling kind of question rather than tips or ideas. Ā It’s something I’ve been thinking about for a long time. As an acquiring editor, it is part of my job to think of these things. Also, sometimes when I’m at conferences or on panels, I get asked about this. […]
Each week this month, we are taking a look at the Tarot Illuminati by Eric Dunne and Kim Huggens. The 9 of Swords is not really my favorite to get in a reading, but in so many decks, I find the card to striking and powerful. Such is the case here:
On of the things I like about The Ultimate Guide to the Rider Waite Tarot by Joannes Fiebig and Evelin Burger is their lists of “10′s.” There list of The 10 Most Important Rules for Interpretation inspired me to write my own list: 7 Tips for Interpretation Because any one tarot card has such a […]
Each week this month, we’ll take a look at a card from the Tarot Illuminati by Eric Dunne, book by Kim Huggens. The 3 of Cups is one of my favorites, and this is no exception:
Learning to read tarot includes study, such as understanding the system behind your deck of choice, exploring card meanings, working with correspondences, and reviewing reading techniques and spreads. No matter how much one studies, it is (I think) impossible to become a skilled tarot reader without a lot of practice. People often ask me how […]
Right. I likeĀ RWS-style deck as well as the next person. I like cat decks pretty well (which is good, considering I designed the Pagan Cats Tarot) even though I am more of a dog person. I certainly did not expect to fall in love with the fabulous felines of the Black Cats Tarot. Seriously. […]