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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 Hanged Man.
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 Three 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 Four 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 Chariot card.
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
Click here to get a transcript of this episode! Want to help decide what we talk about? Join me on Patreon! This week, we’re talking about the witchcraft aesthetic and whether it is harmful to the witchcraft community as a whole! Got a different opinion? Let me know in the comments or reach out The post Episode 78: Is the Witchcraft Aesthetic Harmful to the Community? || When it becomes toxic… appeared first on Round the Cauldron.
Today, I want to talk about five simple ways that you can reduce your waste. Now, as a pagan, living an earth-centric life is important to me. Living in an eco-conscious way is important to me and the way that I practice. So, I wanted to give you five tips for reducing your waste. You’d The post 5 Simple Ways to Reduce Your Waste appeared first on Round the Cauldron.
Get a transcript of this episode by clicking here. The topic of paganism for beginners gets brought up often. However, the amount of information on the internet along about paganism is astounding. As a pagan myself, I feel like I can give a unique perspective on whether paganism might be right for you as a The post Episode 77: Is Paganism Right for You? || 10 Questions to Ask Yourself appeared first on Round the Cauldron.
The Wheel has turned again and we are slowly making our approach to Lughnasadh. As the First Harvest and one of the Celtic Fire Festivals, did you know that Lughnasadh has been celebrated for many, many years? In ancient Ireland, it was celebrated as Lughnasadh – the first harvest of the season. Now, it is more commonly known as Lammas, the anglicized version of the name. So, what is Lughnasadh and why do we celebrate it? The post Lughnasadh || A Brief History of the First Harvest appeared first on Round the Cauldron.
Lúnasa is almost upon us and now is the time to start thinking about the bread you’re going to bake for the wonderful celebration of the first harvest! Baking bread is a traditional and popular way to give thanks to the Gods and incorporate the beautiful goodness that is baked bread. The post Lúnasa Herbal Bread || Free Recipe appeared first on Round the Cauldron.
Excerpt from the novel ‘Two thousand fifty-six’ by Attila Kárpáthy. Full or partial use of this text for commercial or non-commercial distribution by any means whatsoever is strictly prohibited unless expressly authorised by the author. “There are as many pillows … Continue reading →
I bought this book a while ago, and although I still didn’t found time to read it throughout, this introductory chapter is fascinating. I share a small fragment here in hope to open your appetite to buy and read the … Continue reading →
Pamela Colman Smith has put a lot of work into the details of the Seven of Cups. On the other hand, in addition to the interpretation of the card, based on Etteilla’s work, this is everything that Waite considered sufficient … Continue reading →
Back in April, I started a large project which includes a Tarot inspired, esoteric, dystopian-crime novel. Here is a small excerpt from Chapter four, The Fool. Chapter four, The Fool “Those who will not reason are bigots, those who cannot … Continue reading →
When you get your first tarot deck, you might pore over the cards, studying the images, and pondering what they mean. Perhaps you’re thumbing through that little white book that came with them, wondering how on earth you’re going to remember 78 different meanings (double that if you consider reversals). Do you have to memorize The post Is it a good idea to “memorize” what Tarot cards mean? appeared first on The Tarot Lady.
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 182: Reading Without Tarot Spreads with Desiree of Intuitive Gems Tarot spreads can add structure The post Tarot Bytes Episode 182: Reading Without Tarot Spreads with Desiree of Intuitive Gems appeared first on The Tarot Lady.
“There are no guarantees. From the viewpoint of fear, none are strong enough. From the viewpoint of love, none are necessary.” – Emanuel Tanay Many years ago, I read that quote and it stuck with me. It’s one of my favorites. During times like this, I think of it all the time. “Will everything be The post The Hit List – There are no guarantees 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 116: The Conditions of The post Astrology Bytes Episode 116: The Conditions of a Planet appeared first on The Tarot Lady.
New decks in the shop, a gorgeous review, improvements and tweaks... Oh, and I've written a book 🙂 The post #Decklust | News for late summer days appeared first on Little Red Tarot by Beth
"In this review, I declare my flame directly to the Many Queens Tarot. After a complicated introduction, we went on to explore femmeness, feminism, solidarity and revisioning it all. What's to come next?" The post A Love Letter to the Many Queens Tarot appeared first on Little Red Tarot by Cathou
There is no going back. The conversation about racism, about white supremacy, about our deeply, deeply broken unjust systems, is too loud to ignore and those with power are having to listen. Here's what we're doing in the shop. The post #Decklust | Black Art Matters appeared first on Little Red Tarot by Beth
If you're a Little Red Tarot visitor and a person of colour, I would love to invite you to take part in our POC customer survey. The post Share your views: An invitation to our Black & POC customers appeared first on Little Red Tarot by Beth