Readers, please enjoy this guest blog post by Billy Roberts, author of The Holistic Way and the new Ghostly Tales.
Today the subject of angels is extremely popular, with no end of books containing the anecdotal accounts of peoples’ individual experiences. However, here is one angelic account that has caused mystery and intrigue and today still continues baffle even the most ardent sceptic.
From as far back as the Great Plague in Britain in 1665, hundreds of sightings of the so-called "Angel of the Thames" have been reported by ordinary people. King Charles 11 and the famous diarist Samuel Pepys are reported to have also seen the angelic manifestation. Through both world wars right
The Marseille Tarot is very popular in Europe and is now gaining popularity in the US. Some people think that Marseille style decks are harder to read because they do not have the visual cues that are found in traditional Rider-Waite-Smith style decks. This new Marseille deck features cats, which some people will say automatically makes it better. The cards also have little scenes worked into the pip cards, which are both charming and useful. Here are a few images from the Marseille Cat Tarot.
I think the Wheel is particularly clever:
Here are some of the pips: