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Why I Own Five (Six) Tarot Decks

The short answer is: Because I wanted them.

Now, there is a superstition that the reader shouldn’t buy their own cards. I have something to say about this. 714 more words

Simply Tarot Kit

Three of Wands...

Maybe the beginnings of a personal, spare-time project? Here’s my redraw of the 3 of wands…

Aaron Pocock

Unique Tarot Decks for Uncommon Occultists

Read at Flavorwire.com.

Check out Flavorwire to see pics of cards from “Black Power,” “Jane Austen,” and retro 1950s tarot decks.
Devil card from Pamela Colman Smith’s famous Rider-Waite tarot deck



Rosemary Ellen Guiley says the word tarot comes from the Italian tarocci, meaning ‘triumphs’ or ‘trumps.’¹

Today’s tarot consists of 78 cards divided into major and minor arcanas. 580 more words


Partnerships: It's All About Internal Sabotage

(The following reading is a portion of an actual client reading, published anonymously.  It has been edited to maintain the privacy of the individual.)

10/cups ®……10/swords……5/wands… 382 more words

Creative Expressions

I made these today. I used an old Tarot card deck that I never liked to use and pictures from Dark Realms magazines, which is full of wonderful art work. 63 more words


Today's Tarot Card for March 2nd - The Fool

The Fool

Sunday, Mar 2nd, 2014

Pamela Coleman-Smith’s artful rendition of an “innocent Fool” archetype (Rider-Waite deck) is often used to represent Tarot in general. Early classical versions of the Fool card, however, portray quite a different character — a person driven by base needs and urges, who has fallen into a state of poverty and deprivation. 171 more words

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