In this episode we discuss what influences we draw on when reading Tarot. What fuels and charges our intuition and imagination? What is the source for our repository of symbolism? Would you like to have a reading like the ones you hear in this episode? Please consider supporting Menage A Tarot via Patreon. We… Continue reading New Episode of Menage A Tarot: Intuition and Imagination
From Kate at http://www.Daily-Tarot-Girl.com Veronica is a free spirited tramp who loves to eavesdrop in coffee shops, lead young men astray and of course…read Tarot! Since she’s my evil twin/alter ego, I let her spew her mystical ramblings every Friday on my blog… Tarot of the Pagan Cats The Tarot card of the day… Continue reading Bad Advice as Usual – or is it?
From Ronda on http://www.modernoracletarot.com Swords cards have a bit of a bad rap. True enough, they are weapons with all the connotations of violence a weapon represents. Yet, even when Tarot first gained popularity as a game in the 15th century or so, guns were already widespread across Europe. Except in sport fencing and… Continue reading When One and One are More Than Two
From Kate at http://www.daily-tarot-girl.com
From Ronda on http://www.modernoracletarot.com Whenever our thoughts, our intentions, our world view, our understanding, or our internal paradigms shift the world is a different place for us. The physical realm may not change, but our place in it and our relationship with it can shatter or transform at the speed of thought. The outer… Continue reading Not so foolish beginnings
From Kate on http://www.daily-tarot-girl.com Also please visit Kate’s blog for a excellent deep-dive discussion of “Are Tarot Cards Safe” Blending food and Tarot, this blog series takes a look at each Major Arcana and asks the question “what would this card be like in the kitchen and what food would they make?” The usual… Continue reading Empress: The Laziest Cook Ever