Magickal Connections

Tarot & Witchcraft ~ with author, Amythyst Raine

Whirly Gigs & Spinning Rooms– and no, it wasn’t an allergy


I had a dentist appointment last Thursday, nothing major, routine stuff and some work.  The thing is that I have positional vertigo which is set off by moving my head in ways it no longer should go to insure my well being– like back, waaay back, lying low in the dentist’s chair.  I’ve been staggering around dizzy as a jay-bird for three days after this appointment.  And to top it all off, the pretty little dental hygienist who thought she was suffering early spring allergies, was not.  She had a cold, and I can most definitely verify this for her, because she gave it to me.


Author: Amythyst Raine

Witchy, Pagan, Personal Stuff Amythyst Raine is an author; a professional tarot reader; the mother to 7 magickal individuals; a major procrastinator; Crazy-Cat-Lady; and chocoholic. She writes books on witchcraft, the tarot, and Feminine Spirituality (published by Labyrinth House, Moon Books, and Dodona Books). She's an avid blogger; a pagan activist; a holistic healer through crystals and stones-- by means of crystal grids and chakra balancing. Amythyst offers Spiritual Psychic Consultations using tarot cards and the art of intuitive reading. If you'd like a personal reading with her, visit her tarot website at: "Every Cat Has a Tale" is her Personal-Blog-Spot, which includes everyday life and its dilemmas, as well as victories, memoirs, opinions, along with inspiration for mundane life, with personal photos and videos. "Magickal Connections" is her witchy, pagan, booky BlogSpot. "The Witch's Corner" is her very popular witchy pagan website full of witchy pagan stuff.

3 thoughts on “Whirly Gigs & Spinning Rooms– and no, it wasn’t an allergy

  1. I have vertigo so bad sometimes it almost makes me pass out. I find ginger and other vitamins helps balance me out. But I’m the same way, especially if they lean me too far back in the dentist’s chair. And forget roller coasters and thrill rides.

  2. Hi, Lori…I don’t know what I’m going to do when it comes to the dentist. I guess I’m going to have to try and find one that can work on my teeth without laying me so far back.

    My grandmother had ringing in the ears (tinnitus?) It drove her nuts. The solution was a hearing aid; a special hearing aid that gave off a low frequency sound and sort of ‘muted’ the ringing. Anyway, it worked for her.

    I’m looking forward to the book, too. I can’t wait to actually hold a copy in my hot little hands! 🙂

  3. Sorry to hear you caught her cold. I know how dizzy spells go, I’m dizzy more often than not and have ringing in my ears constantly. I love the cat pic. Looking forward to The Gray Witch’s Grimoire. 😮

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