The Week Ahead Tarot Spread ~ Interpretations

It’s time for me to take a break from book writing and spend some quality time creating a blog post (much more fun and relaxing than book writing, no pressure).  This week at my Facebook page, The Tarot Parlour, I posted a tarot spread titled “The Week Ahead”, and I drew three cards for this…

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Tarot: Coffee & Triplicates

Greetings, This is actually Saturday morning (Memorial Day Weekend), as I write this.; and I sit now on the back porch, big old coffee mug beside me; lawn mowers humming in the background, tarot cards on the table beside me.  I’m going to do one of my favorite things to do with tarot– I’m going…

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Tarot Card of the Day: “Shadow”

The Deck:  The Psychic Tarot Two figures stand on this card, identical figures, one in the shadows, one in the light, both gripping a golden scepter.  They are eye to eye, stern, serious, surrounded by a galaxy of blue stars. Black and white.  Polar opposites, polar opposite energies, polar opposite personalities.  What is the ulterior…

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Tarot: Card of the Day/2-Cups, Motherpeace Tarot

Partnership, pairing, and sharing.  As much as our individuality is respected and held sacred, so is our ability to share our lives, our world, our bodies, and our selves with another human being.  Whether we are mated to someone through romantic love, creative endeavors, ideas, familial connections, or simply choice– this is a sacred union…

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Tarot Card for the Day: Princess of Swords

Tarot Card of the Day Deck:  The Goddess Tarot, Princess/swords ® The lesson for today–  suck it up, tuck it in, and soften those sharp edges.  Too many nasty words, lies, gossip, or all three have been flying around too much lately; it’s time to tone this type of destructive behavior down and reopen new…

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Tarot Lesson for the Day: Princess of Swords

The deck I used for this lesson:  Druid Craft Tarot I’ve been reading tarot for quite some time, and I began reading just for myself and my family.  Needless to say, over the years, every court card in the deck became a family member to me, filled with both positive and negative traits.  (And I have…

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