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Hot Summer Must Haves!

Last week I was blessed to ring in another year. As a lead up to my birthday week I put together a wish list of decks I would have been more then happy to receive from my inner circle. There are some new and noteworthy decks on my wish list so i thought I would share the love and let you see what is next on my new, noteworthy and must have list for the remainder of the summer. 

Kicking things off at #1 is the Isidore Tarot - Bethalynne Bajema

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Here is another affirmation using Tarot. I began with a quote that really struck me then matched it with the Tarot card I felt it went with. In this case, matching the card was a simple thing.

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  • Ted Czukor
    Ted Czukor says #
    Thank you, Arwen. I did not know about this young woman, even though my father's family emigrated from Budapest.
The Other Half - Fairy Lights Tarot

It is said that each of us have someone in the world that is just for us, even if we don't want them. Some call them soul mates, some call them twin flames others call them a pain in the ass. Like it or not there is an energy out there that is your matching pair. Lucia Mattioli takes this idea to a whole new level with her deck Fairy Lights Tarot. In this deck each of the cards have a matching pair or another half floating around somewhere in the vortex of the deck. Not only does this fascinate me from a deck creator stand point, but it also totally switches things up from a reading stand point.

Before I bought this deck I knew about this fascinating plot twist within the story of the Fairy Lights Tarot. In essence it was the reason I bought the deck. I had to see it for myself. I wanted to put the pieces together and put them together I did. Although this was harder then I thought it would be, finding all the pairs didn't take me as long as I thought it would. And you can bet your bottom dollar once I did reunite the couples in the deck I took a photo of them. I did this for one reason and one reason only, I wanted a quick reference guide to the matching energy for reading purposes.

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Creating a Tarot Spell

I have a friend who is applying for a promotion at work. If she gets it, she and her partner will be able to move to a new town, closer to family. My friend sees this potential as a great opportunity to get one step closer to her goals.

 I wanted to support her efforts with some tarot magick. I thought it would be helpful to share my process for this tarot spell, for two reasons.

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  • Diane Meder
    Diane Meder says #
    Sending positive energy to your friend. Used a similar technique when house hunting and got everything I wanted.
  • Michelle Bourgoin
    Michelle Bourgoin says #
    Sending my positive energy to aid on your spell for your friend.
  • Coriander
    Coriander says #
    Sending my energy to your friend on her quest.

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Daily Tarot Exercises

So, remember a few weeks ago when I started using the Tarot to give me a hint on what my body might need from me in the upcoming day? That has actually proved to be quite an interesting exercise (if you will pardon the pun). Not only am I finding that the cards give me clues as to what to expect, but I've actually started to broaden this to different aspects of chores around the house. 

Is it crazy to 'predict' what to do? Well, yes. Tarot--like astrology or any other oracle--can give us insights, but it doesn't control us. However, I have found on days when I draw a high energy card, I do tend to get a lot more done in the house as far as mundane chores go, than if I drew something more relaxed. 

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The Evolution and Re-interpretation of Symbols (or, The Coffee Tarot Leaves Me Cold)

My artist husband, Ron, and I are creating another Tarot deck. As avid coffee drinkers (especially me) who enjoy the creative benefits of the caffeine rush, we decided to bring to fruition an idea whose time had come: The Coffee Tarot.

Within 12 hours of launching our Facebook page, we had over 100 fans. But not everyone was thrilled with a java deck…

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  • Paula Tague
    Paula Tague says #
    Coffee's not my beverage of choice, but I don't really see a Dr Pepper deck coming out any time soon. I am imaginative enough, ho
  • Janet Boyer
    Janet Boyer says #
    Thank you, Paula! We have so many ideas, but it's really a time thing--especially since Ron has a full-time (non-artsy) job.
  • Terence P Ward
    Terence P Ward says #
    For me, Tarot is the Budweiser of divination, in that it was what I first experienced, and since I didn't care for how it tasted,
  • Janet Boyer
    Janet Boyer says #
    LOL Brilliant, Terence! If Caffeina isn't a goddes, she darned well should be. I almost gave up on Tarot, too--until I created
  • Janet Boyer
    Janet Boyer says #
    Oops, sorry for the repeat URL, Terence. http://janetboyer.typepad.com/blog/bit-tarot/ is the correct URL for all the BIT Snapshot

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The Hanged Man

 

 

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