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Calling All Tarot Bloggers! - 2017 International Tarot Day Blog Hop

Calling all Tarot bloggers! Ferguson Bree is organizing a Tarot Blog Hop commemorating the FIRST International Tarot Day that will occur on July 8, 2017. You can find out more, including how to sign up, at this link.

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TarotBlogHop: Beltaine 2017

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So the wrangler for this hop was me.  Here's what I asked.

Since Beltaine is a holiday of coming together, I thought it would be fun to answer this question: "Do you combine Tarot with any other divination system? Why or why not?" That's it. Short and sweet. Simple. You can answer it however you like.

Yes, I absolutely do combine Tarot with other divination systems. Tarot already has an association with astrology and numerology. That, for me, is a given. I do a weekly Tarotscopes offering on YouTube so that's a done deal for me. :D I interpret a weekly Tarot reading as well as Oracle reading for all twelve signs. Please subscribe if you enjoy so you can be notified each week.

For many years I didn't do anything other than a straightforward Tarot reading. I used one deck and only one deck. Then I had an opportunity to read for two people. They wanted a relationship reading. I decided to use not one, not two but three decks. I used one deck for person A, one for person B while the third deck was used for the relationship. It took a few hours to do. :D Yeah, I might have bit off more than I could chew at that time.

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  • Chloe
    Chloe says #
    That's a really beautiful spread, Arwen. Sounds like Alia was quite something! And those are some fabulous flowers, literally an
  • Arwen Lynch
    Arwen Lynch says #
    Thank you, Chloe, she was an amazing priestess for sure.
  • James Bulls
    James Bulls says #
    Oogh... using multiple decks in the same reading? I'm not opposed to that on principle - if it works for you, then you should do i
  • Arwen Lynch
    Arwen Lynch says #
    Grin, well even if you were opposed to it, I'd still do it. LOL But I understand what you are saying. The first time was really ov
TarotBlogHop: Imbolc 2017 Ace in the Hole

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Welcome to the first of the 2017 Tarot Blog Hops. This is our seventh Imbolc hop. We began in 2012 with the question, "How can I be a better candle?" This hop was begun as a way to highlight the online Tarot community's commitment to working together rather than against one another. I'm so very proud that we are still doing this! Every six weeks, any where from 10-30 of us gather to share our thoughts on one topic. We love new bloggers too so please come join us. We are a Facebook-based group that maintains a very tight focus on the topic.

I'm the wrangler for this particular hop. The topic is "How can I best foster the energy of the Aces in my life?"

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  • Aisling
    Aisling says #
    I really learned something from you in this iteration. Thank you so much for the entire idea and your thoughts on it.
  • Scott
    Scott says #
    I really like this spread, Arwen - it's clear, uncluttered, and really identifies the crux of the situation, giving clear directio

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Welcome to the 2016 Midsummer/Lammas Tarot Blog Hop.

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  • Chloe
    Chloe says #
    Funny, I'd never thought of the World as being burdened with knowledge before. Ready to end one cycle and begin another, yes. Bu
  • Boglarka Kiss
    Boglarka Kiss says #
    What you have written about, Arwen, it fully resonates with me. This is also how I see these two cards and their symbols, the Fool
  • Arwen Lynch
    Arwen Lynch says #
    Thank you so very much, Boglarka!
  • Aisling
    Aisling says #
    I love this, because I have been teaching a class for over 5 years called "Tarot: The Fool's Journey"....we really ought to compar
  • Arwen Lynch
    Arwen Lynch says #
    Aisling, I'd love to compare notes. I think that would be so much fun.

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Dark Side Of The Sun: A Tarot Spread

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  • Rowan Moonstone
    Rowan Moonstone says #
    Oh, Gods, honey. You KNOW I'm not a summer person. Interesting layout. I'll have to try it. Hard to read for myself, but I'll
  • Arwen Lynch
    Arwen Lynch says #
    You and me both, Rowan! I'd love to hear your thoughts.
  • Anthony Gresham
    Anthony Gresham says #
    I'm a spring and autumn kind of person myself. In one of the nature magazines I came across the word crepuscular referring to ani
  • Arwen Lynch
    Arwen Lynch says #
    Ah yes, the darned mosquito! Crepuscular is a lovely word. Thank you so much for sharing that.
TarotBlogHop: Yule Joy Of Gifting (Master List)

There is this magical, mystical circle that happens every six weeks. We call it the Tarot Blog Hop. As my Yule gift to you, I'd like to invite you to hop on board to see where it takes you. The Tarot Blog Hop was begun by me.

I had this idea that a bunch of Tarot folks could all blog on the same topic on the same day. All the posts would go live at the same time creating a pop-up community. In my head, it was like Brigadoon--that magical place that appears once every hundred years. Little did I know that there was a reason it was only every hundred years.

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  • Joy Vernon
    Joy Vernon says #
    Whoohoo!!! I'm so excited! I have used that workbook before and think it's great!
  • Arwen Lynch
    Arwen Lynch says #
    Hey Joy! You win. Send me an email or hit me up on Facebook, darling.
  • Joy Vernon
    Joy Vernon says #
    A nicely organized master list! I love your analogy of Brigadoon. Thanks for starting the BlogHop! I"m so glad to be a part of it.

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Tarot Blog Hop: Oh Shut Up, Mom!

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For those of you who are new to the Tarot Blog hop, the idea behind this is that the Tarot community joins together every six weeks to blog on a specific topic. That topic is proposed by whomever is wrangling the hop. We began in 2012 with an Imbolc hop that asked, "How can I be a better candle." This is our third year. The bloggers change and we are always happy for more to join us. You can learn more here. All those who work to promote camaraderie and community within the Tarot world are welcome.

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  • Chloe
    Chloe says #
    Great spread, Arwen! Though I have to say, your QoP credentials aren't all that clear to me... I think of Zentangles as being th
  • Arwen Lynch
    Arwen Lynch says #
    Chloe, my QofP is the physical actualization of all the other Queens so Zentangles are the physical drawing. Cooking is the physic
  • Chloe
    Chloe says #
    Fair enough! And wherever that creativity comes from or however it is expressed, I'm very glad to witness it
  • Olivia Destrades
    Olivia Destrades says #
    This is a wonderfully creative spread, I love it!!!
  • Arwen Lynch
    Arwen Lynch says #
    Thanks so much, Olivia!

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