Blogger and author Catherine Chapman invited me to guest blog on her wonderful site, Tarot Elements.
Take a peek and let us know what you think about this approach to court cards.
While you're there, take a look at some of the other articles there. You'll find some really great information on Elemental Dignities and don't miss her incredibly versatile Signature Spread.
Update: Michelle Belanger's segment on 20/20 that was scheduled to air Friday, November 6, has been moved to Friday, November 13. 20/20 airs on ABC at 10pm Eastern/9pm Central time. Mark and/or update your calendars!
I'm leaving on a jet plane tonight that is headed for London. I'll be spending a week roaming the streets and soaking in everything the city has to offer. As I was planning my trip, I noticed there were a lot of haunted tours that one can take while in London. Pubs, hotels, theaters, sites, you name it. But let's face it, in a city that old and full of life, there's definitely a lot of ghosts wandering around.
One of my "must see" destinations is the Tower of London. Anne Boleyn is said to still be roaming the place where she spent her final days. I want to go see the place for its history and to see the crown jewels, but my senses will be on high alert to see if I can sense anything
As I mentioned a few posts ago here, Cunningham’s Book of Shadows is now in our warehouse and being shipped out to stores all over the world. I thought I’d share the quirky story of its discovery for those of you who haven’t gotten the book yet and read deTraci Regula’s first person account, contained in the appendix.
If you really want to know how we are happening to publish a book by an author who has sadly been in the Summerland for many years now, you’ll have to start with my boss, Bill Krause. Bill is Llewellyn’s Publisher, which means that he oversees the day-to-day operations of acquiring and publishing books. (Carl Llewellyn Weschcke continues as Llewellyn’s owner