Questions and the Tarot

Very often people who are new to tarot readings often ask for a “general reading” or just don’t come to their session prepared with any questions. Since this is a common occurrence I wanted to write another blog about the importance of asking questions when you receive a reading. Here is an analogy that cameContinue reading “Questions and the Tarot”

Late Summer/Fall 2021 Update

If you are like me you can’t wait for fall. I love the autumn season. The kids are back in school which for me means I can get back to focusing on my Tarot reading. I wanted to share a few updates relating to my business. I made the decision to continue to only offerContinue reading “Late Summer/Fall 2021 Update”

Oracular Tarot – Tarot and Symbolism

As I mentioned in previous blogs Arthur Waite described “true tarot as symbolism.” I agree wholeheartedly with Waite. Since symbolism is at the heart of tarot this is where we start our study of my oracular tarot method. I always find looking at definitions helps me when I jump into an exploration of a newContinue reading “Oracular Tarot – Tarot and Symbolism”

Tarot Predictions: Pandemic Spring 2021

I asked the Tarot what will happen with the COVID pandemic this spring. I started by looking at these cards as one cohesive message. Then I looked at it by month March, April and May. The cards point to 8 more months of vaccines being directed as a result of government taking charge of theContinue reading “Tarot Predictions: Pandemic Spring 2021”

Oracular Tarot Series – Approaches and Styles

In the introduction to this series, I mentioned a quote from Arthur Waite, he said “The true Tarot is symbolism; it speaks no other language and offers no other signs.” Despite my choice to move away from the Rider Waite Smith (RWS) system of reading I must admit I think that Waite is correct, atContinue reading “Oracular Tarot Series – Approaches and Styles”

My Tarot Journey – Part 2

Following on my previous blog I want to share my Tarot journey over the last year or so. I did this in a separate blog because it was a very evolutionary year for me. As I mentioned in my last blog, for the last four years I kept a practice of daily card draws. ThisContinue reading “My Tarot Journey – Part 2”

Oracular Tarot: Series Introduction

Vocabulary.com defines the term oracular as “mysterious, enigmatic, prophetic and probably a little weird.” This beautifully sums up my preferred approach to Tarot. In my series on Oracular Tarot, I will explore the weirdly mysterious, enigmatic, and prophetic approach to reading the cards. The deeper I go into my practice as a tarot reader theContinue reading “Oracular Tarot: Series Introduction”