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Q: Why do different readers give different meanings for the same card? - continued

“Always remember that you are absolutely unique. Just like everyone else.” – Margaret Mead

On her blog, my friend and mentor Joy has been pulling a Tarot card each day, seeing how the day relates to the card (rather than let the card relate to the day as we do in the #PeaceTarot exercise) then she blogs what happened during her day that resonated with the card…in essence defining the card’s meaning by her unique daily experience. 299 more words


Reviewed: Magician by Raymond E. Feist

Magician is a big book. You just won’t believe how vastly, hugely, mind-bogglingly big it is. I mean, you may think that Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix… 908 more words


Gooseberry Bluff Community College of Magic: The Thirteenth Rib – David J. Schwartz

Government Agents, Demons, Curses, Secret Societies, Ghosts, Other Dimensions – plus a little bit of general college drama.

Number of ratings on Goodreads: 590

Challenge 2015… 884 more words


Clark Ashton Smith quote

“The world in which we live isn’t the only world; and some of the others lie closer at hand than you think. The boundaries of the seen and the unseen are sometimes interchangeable…

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Tree on the hill quote

“You reason in terms of this tiny earth,” Theunis said. “Surely you don’t think that the world is a rule for measuring the universe. There are entities we never dream of floating under our very noses.”

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Universe As Metaphor

Sometimes I am certain that our universe is a metaphor for reality. That one multi-dimensional being has asked another what its perception of reality is like, and that multi-dimensional being created our known universe in order to try to communicate it. 386 more words