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Weekend Readings: Housewives Tarot

After a tough week, it’s nice to get back to tarot. The energy of the full moon has left me wanting to just relax, and for that, I turn to my copy of The Housewives Tarot. This deck is largely considered a novelty item, but it still reads quite well. The images are a bit humorous, insightful, and include a touch of sarcasm. Any reading I’ve done with this deck previously has left with me a new perspective. What more could you want from a weekend reading? So, settle in with your cup of tea, hot coffee, or even a martini in the spirit of this deck, and let’s ring in the weekend with a new deck and a sample tarot spread. Using a deck filled with this much sass sure has to be interesting! Continue reading

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Weekend Readings: Everyday Witch Tarot

Out of all the decks I’ve purchased thus far, the Everyday Witch Tarot is probably the most heartfelt. This is the only deck I’ve purchased due to prior exposure to the author’s work. What makes this deck for me is the author through the wonderful and talented artist. The author of this deck though, is Deborah Blake. Her voice is a significant one in the Wicca/Pagan/Witchcraft community. Deborah Blake is herself a Wiccan High Priestess, and the author of Everyday Witchcraft. On a personal note, this deck gets plenty of reviews, but for me, I just love what this deck means to me. Deborah Blake’s work found me at the right place, in the right time, and I’m so glad every time I use this deck. Continue reading

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Weekend Readings: The Gilded Tarot

This weekend, I’m highlighting one of my favorite decks. The Gilded Tarot is a wonderful blend of the Rider-Waite Smith themes with fantasy. For a tough subject themed reading, this is the deck I’m going to. Hopefully, we’ll get a really powerful reading in response to it. So, without further ado, let’s get started with our weekend tarot deck and a nice hot cup of coffee. Continue reading

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Weekend Readings: The Happy Tarot

This weekend, I thought I’d share one of the more ‘for fun’ decks that I own. It’s another Rider-Waite Smith based deck, but, well, just look at it. The Happy Tarot seems to be quite popular recently, and I couldn’t resist. So, to really let this deck shine, I thought I’d try a spread from the Tarot Prediction & Divination book. Continue reading

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Day 006: Three Card Draws

There is no spread I love more than one that features a three card draw. To me, three card draws are diverse and practical. It’s no surprise then that they are an important beginning step for any card reader. But what if you’ve already done tons of three card spreads? Well, all I can say is try another. There’s always something to learn in any tarot spread you do. I know for me, much of my progress has been showcased by reading three card draws. In any case, I was eager to see what Benebell Wen had to say about them in her book, Holistic Tarot. Do I even need to articulate how I wasn’t disappointed? Holistic Tarot is a book that just continues to give. Continue reading

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Day 003: One Card Draws

Out of all the tarot spreads I’ve done in my quest to understand tarot, one card readings are the most difficult. I think many beginners, like myself, probably equate more cards with more information, and that, quite frankly, is wrong. But, correcting this initial idea has been harder than I initially anticipated. Continue reading

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