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Pithy Tarot card meanings are short, easy to remember meanings that may stimulate further insights when called to mind during a reading. They also make great "Card of the Day" messages. Here’s one for the Five of Cups.
Pithy Tarot card meanings are short, easy to remember meanings that may stimulate further insights when called to mind during a reading. They also make great "Card of the Day" messages. Here’s one for the Moon card.
Pithy Tarot card meanings are short, easy to remember meanings that may stimulate further insights when called to mind during a reading. They also make great "Card of the Day" messages. Here’s one for the Ace of Cups.
Pithy Tarot card meanings are short, easy to remember meanings that may stimulate further insights when called to mind during a reading. They also make great "Card of the Day" messages. Here’s one for the Ten of Wands.
My friend, John Irving, is currently flying medical planes within the Navajo Nation that’s being devastated by COVID-19. I asked him to send me his story that I could post here to let people know what is actually going on. It’s just one story from the midst of this crisis. I want to add that
How to write from your heart with tarot: – Breathe (ground/center if applicable). – Connect with your future reader (including if you will be your only reader). Try to get a specific image in mind and open your heart to that person(s)—real or imaginary. – Begin your writing with where you are right now at
The best way to understand the historical roots of the tarot is to visit Northern Italy and see the actual sources for the imagery. There is no way I can duplicate the wonderful job Katrina Wynne did of telling the story of our Italy Tarot Trip this October so I’m sending you to her page.
“Lights” is the newest music video from the phenomenally popular South Korean K-pop group, BTS. Its main theme is the question “What is love?” to which there is a response: “your Light lights the way for me . . . no matter how far apart we are.” If you haven’t heard of BTS you are probably
Samhain is a time of new beginnings in my path as an Irish pagan for many reasons. Working in darkness can be daunting for some people, but darkness is a necessary part of growth. The post Episode 87: Samhain 2020 || Information and Practices as an Irish Pagan appeared first on Round the Cauldron.
This book was refreshing to see because of the way it approaches learning tarot. This is not a book that you pick up to learn the meanings of the cards. The post How to Learn Tarot by Jess Carlson || Book Review appeared first on Round the Cauldron.
It is my belief that as a witch, protection magick should be some of the first types of magick you master – or at least get comfortable with – before moving on to anything else. Protection magick includes charms, shields, wards, and so much more. Do you have a favorite method of protection? The post Episode 86: Protection Magick – Basics, Tips, and Tricks appeared first on Round the Cauldron.
Journaling is a staple in my everyday life. It wasn’t always like that but over the years I have come to realize the many benefits journaling has to offer. These benefits go beyond just helping you remember your day or keeping your thoughts straight. I wanted to share them with you because lately, journaling has taken up a large significance in my life. The post Journaling – Benefits both Magickal and Mundane appeared first on Round the Cauldron.
Samhain is approaching and sometimes the kiddos like to get involved in the celebrations. Instead of letting the children walk around the home carrying an open flame, why not do arts and crafts instead? The post Children’s Ancestor Candle || Free Printable appeared first on Round the Cauldron.
According to Etteilla, the Tarot was created by a group of seventeen Magi under the direct guidance of Hermes Trismegistus. He wrote in 1783, that he calculated that the Tarot was 3,953 years old. Originally called ‘The Book of Thoth’, … Continue reading →
Depictions of a sexual nature have existed since the dawn of times. From rock art, the so-called Venus figures and ancient Mesopotamian artefacts depicting explicit sex, humans were drawn to sex and driven by sex. The Egyptian Turin Erotic Papyrus, … Continue reading →
These sacred texts are always subject of interpretations. ‘Three Mothers: Alef Mem Shin He engraved them, He carved them, He permuted them, He weighed them, And with them He depicted Three Mothers AMSh in the Universe, Three Mothers AMSh in … Continue reading →
The Golden Dawn system is built upon the esoteric correspondences of the twenty-two letters of the Hebrew alphabet outlined in the kabbalistic text called Sepher Yetzirah, meaning Book of Formation, which sometimes, arguably, was also translated as Book of Creation. … Continue reading →
Tarot Bytes: The Podcast Bite-sized lessons for Tarot beginners Created by Theresa Reed, The Tarot Lady Welcome to Tarot Bytes – the tarot podcast for people who want to learn tarot…but don’t have all day. Short, bite-sized tarot lessons. Episode 192 – Intuitive Tarot with Mat Auryn What’s intuition all about – and what role The post Tarot Bytes Episode 192 – Intuitive Tarot with Mat Auryn appeared first on The Tarot Lady.
So we’re in the middle of another Mercury retrograde. I kinda slid through the past few with a bit of grace. This one….not so much. Although I hate to blame the planets for mishaps, sometimes it feels good to do that. I wrote about my poor cat last week. Sadly, I don’t have good news to The post The Hit List – On Mercury retrograde and grace appeared first on The Tarot Lady.
ASTROLOGY BYTES: THE PODCAST Bite-sized astrology lessons for total astrology newbies. Created by Theresa Reed, The Tarot Lady (psst…I am known for tarot but I’m also an astrology geek!). Welcome to Astrology Bytes, the astrology podcast for people who want to learn astrology… but don’t have all day! Short, bite-sized astrology lessons. Episode 121 – Rising Sign The post Astrology Bytes Episode 121 – Rising Sign Overlay Patterns appeared first on The Tarot Lady.
Everyone knows that I’m a book and tarot deck fanatic. Nothing makes me happier than curled-up with a great book or thumbing through an interesting tarot deck. With Halloween just around the corner, I’m sharing my favorite new witchy books and tarot decks. Grab a mug of spiked punch, and check out these dope recommendations! The post 7 Witchy Books and Tarot Decks Just In Time for Halloween appeared first on The Tarot Lady.
"I’m watching conversations shift and I wonder: whose normal we are going back to?" A guest post shared by Grace Quantock. The post Tarot for Trailblazing: Self-care baskets & a tarot spread for queer & disabled folx in pandemic times appeared first on Little Red Tarot by Grace Quantock
"...my queer art is this way: it is loud, it is intense, it is sensual and dark and unapologetic and looks nightmares and reality (and the overlap) in the eye." The post Emily Lubanko’s Tarot is surreal, intense, queer, & divine appeared first on Little Red Tarot by Beth
"As an indigenous woman, it has been natural for me to incorporate people of color and the indigenous spiritual values that I grew up with into my work. The Gentle Tarot is for anybody wanting some gentle, loving support." The post Mariza Ryce Aparicio-Tovar on loving the land & creating the Gentle Tarot appeared first on Little Red Tarot by Beth
Yep, I've finally written that book 😀 The post IT’S HERE! All of Our Stories: The Little Red Tarot Guidebook appeared first on Little Red Tarot by Beth