People ask me a lot about court cards, about how to interpret them in a reading. Iâ€™ve written about this before, on other peopleâ€™s blogs, in my books, in articles. But just in case you donâ€™t know my method, Iâ€™ll share a short version of â€śhereâ€™s how the court cards workâ€ť speech with you here. […]
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The Kings and Time Management In addition to playing important roles in readings, the court cards can help us learn about ourselves, show us how to shine our brightest, and clue us into weaknesses that might, if unchecked, get in the way of our happiness or success. As a freelance writer juggling many projects, Iâ€™m […]
Many people think of their tarot decks as a collection of 78 wise friends who they can turn to for advice and guidance, and I agree. But many people also agree that decks as a whole have a distinct personality. In our lives, we have many people who we turn to for advice and guidance. […]
Did you miss the Lunaea Weatherstone Interview on The Alchemical Artisans Hour? Never fearâ€“the interview is now available on YouTube! Lunaea is the creator of the Victorian Fairy Tarot. She was interviewed on The Alchemical Artisans Hour last Friday, September 27. Visit The Alchemical Artisans Hour for more information about the show.
One of the reason I love working for Lo Scarabeo is the interesting assignments they give me. Their instruction of “make a deck called the Book of Shadows that is comprised of 2 different decks” was the most challenging. Their instruction to make a 32 card inspirational deck featuring cats wasn’t quite as overwhelming, but […]
Earlier this month I mentioned that I asked my tarot friends if they had any beliefs or practices that they thought others would think was controversial. One commonly shared statement was that not letting the querent shuffle was outside the normal practice. And I recently shared my fledging idea that maybe the tarot doesn’t always […]
Earlier this month I wrote about multiple decks on single themes, specifically cat decks. Today it is fairy or faery or faerie themed decks. I have heard some of my fellow tarot lovers remark on the number of any sort of themed decks. “How many fairy-themed decks do we need?” Or “How many cat decks […]
For most of my journey with tarot, I always assumed the that the cards told us the truth. As a reader who does predictive readings, I know one of the reasons people often don’t predict is that the future isn’t written in stone and that things can change, by our own actions and those of […]
Readers, please enjoy this guest blog post by Lunaea Weatherstone, creator of a number of tarot decks, including the new Victorian Fairy Tarot. The Hierophant is a card that doesn’t seem to get much love from the tarot community. We are a free-thinking bunch, generally speaking, and the Hierophant is often interpreted as being rigid, […]
I know many of you have been waiting for this lovely deck and it is finally here! And you can see more HERE. I also know that sometimes people are disappointed in a long-awaited deck for various reasons. One is that sometimes it feels like the Minors were given short shrift and lack the detail […]