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Janet Boyer
USA
JanetBoyer.com. Author of Back in Time Tarot, Tarot in Reverse, Naked Tarot and 365 Tarot: Daily Meditations. Co-creator of the Snowland Deck, Coffee Tarot and Charming Oracle. Amazon Hall of Fame/Vine Reviewer. Mystic. Homeschooling Mom. Wife. Award-Winning Cook. Iconoclast. Renaissance Soul. Fizz of ideas. Mental Hygienist.
Interests: books, writing, reviewing, tarot, publishing, paranormal, new age, astrology, numerology, signs, symbols, archetypes, social psychology, personality systems, iron maiden, rush
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1. What's your favorite breakfast food? Without a doubt, Eggs Benedict. I never make this at home. It's too much work. But whenever I eat out, this is my go to meal. However, purists will say my version isn't really Eggs Benedict. I ask for scrambled eggs, instead of poached... Continue reading
Posted 6 days ago at Fizz of Ideas - Janet Boyer's Blog
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Image by Janet Boyer. Text by Macarena Hurtado Hello there fellow Tarot enthusiasts! We would love--and I mean love--for you to use our deck images (freely and liberally!) for blog posts, tutorials, spread examples, COTD and forecasts. We just have a small requirement: please, at the bottom of your post,... Continue reading
Posted Jun 14, 2017 at 2017 International Tarot Day Deck
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Who doesn't love a Halloween deck, right? Well, good news: we're making one. Stay tuned...and be sure to bookmark HelloHalloweenDeck.com! Continue reading
Posted Jun 14, 2017 at Tarotnaut Artist Collective
Wow, good for you, Joan! Any revelations during the process?
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In the spring of 2017, a group of us from all over the world met in the Tarot Nerds Facebook Group. We created an entire deck together in less than two months and plan on creating more. (Visit TarotDayDeck.com to discover our current deck). This is the place where we... Continue reading
Posted Jun 13, 2017 at Tarotnaut Artist Collective
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Here's our Ace of Cups card by Alison Cross: Alison's Thoughts: This card signifies an opportunity, a seed or a beginning in the realms of relationships, emotions or creativity. Reversed: The fears associated with new relationships, emotions or creativity. The background green is associated with the Heart Chakra and this... Continue reading
Posted Jun 13, 2017 at 2017 International Tarot Day Deck
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Hard to believe, but not all writers love to write. Me? I usually have a notebook (er, many notebooks) on hand to jot down ideas. I’m not picky: I’ve been known to write down ideas on book jacket covers, bookmarks, grocery lists, receipts, Kleenex… Some of these ideas turn into... Continue reading
Posted Jun 13, 2017 at Creo
The 2017 International Tarot Day Deck will be for sale soon! We plan on pricing it close to/at cost since this was a labor of love to celebrate Tarot...not to make a profit. A free .pdf deck companion with card descriptions and keywords will be available to download at the... Continue reading
Posted Jun 12, 2017 at 2017 International Tarot Day Deck
Interesting take on leadership, Mary! It then begs the question: can a person be a good leader AND a good business person? Or, are there different types of leaders? And, does character make for a great leader...or getting stuff done? Because the leader of North Korea gets things done, as did Idi Amin and Lenin. :o)
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Here's our Temperance card by Ron Boyer: Ron's Thoughts: This image represents my belief that life is a mixture of good and bad experiences that we all share. This is represented by rusty pipes, decay and bird droppings. But, among all that, there's also vibrancy, color and life. Note the... Continue reading
Posted Jun 12, 2017 at 2017 International Tarot Day Deck
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Here's our Stars card by Ron Boyer: Ron's Thoughts: I painted this piece 17 years ago and it's been hanging on a wall in our home ever since (acrylics on canvas). I titled it "Midnight Cathedral" because it represented the best of the moments of feeling connected to something bigger... Continue reading
Posted Jun 12, 2017 at 2017 International Tarot Day Deck
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Here's our 6 of Swords card by Che Gonzales: Che's Thoughts: The Six of Swords appears during a period of transition. It could mean an actual travel or figuratively moving away from a stressful situation in order to gain a better perspective and restore balance in one’s life. The card... Continue reading
Posted Jun 12, 2017 at 2017 International Tarot Day Deck
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Here's our 10 of Swords card by Katalin Patnaik: Katalin's Thoughts: Here we see a beginner tarotist's learning process through journaling. They write about the Ten of Swords and after studying so many books, they feel exhausted, confused and frustrated; exactly the keywords of this cards! An advice that this... Continue reading
Posted Jun 12, 2017 at 2017 International Tarot Day Deck
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When you're a Creative Director--or any type of leader--you sometimes have to make difficult decisions. It's not easy. You have to be like this version of the Tarot Justice card, deciding from both the heart AND the head. When someone's disposition is heavily favored to one side over another, decisions... Continue reading
Posted Jun 12, 2017 at Creo
Here's a categorized listing of all the cards from the 2017 International Tarot Day Deck. Click on the card title to view each image. Major Arcana The Fool by Day V The Magician by Noah Boyer High Priestess by Colton Wilson The Empress by Amy Thomas The Emperor by Sarah... Continue reading
Posted Jun 11, 2017 at 2017 International Tarot Day Deck
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Was just chatting with @MoodyThursday on Twitter. Does this convo sound familiar? Continuing with YT...or quitting it? :o) — Janet Boyer (@JanetBoyer) June 11, 2017 OR, the road to your destiny is sprinkled with Tarot cards...just not as a promo whore thing. 🤣 — Janet Boyer (@JanetBoyer) June 11, 2017... Continue reading
Posted Jun 11, 2017 at Fizz of Ideas - Janet Boyer's Blog
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On Twitter, just spotted this quote from Wesley Snipes: You will be "too much" for some people. Those are not your people. Don't sweat it. — Wesley Snipes (@wesleysnipes) June 8, 2017 Sometimes, our art is just "too much" for some people. Too bold. Too brash. Too soft. Too sweet.... Continue reading
Posted Jun 10, 2017 at Creo
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Here's our 7 of Cups card by Jennifer/@aceoftarot: Jennifer's Thoughts: On this card we see a figure in silhouette, gazing at an array of items in golden “cups” that hover in the clouds before her. The items seem to be on offer to her; she needs only to make a... Continue reading
Posted Jun 9, 2017 at 2017 International Tarot Day Deck
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Here's our 3 of Wands card by Laura R.: Laura's Thoughts: The Three of Wands is represented by the Little Prince just before leaving his planet to explore new worlds. The suit of wands always talks about action, and the three of wands shows the calm before the real action,... Continue reading
Posted Jun 9, 2017 at 2017 International Tarot Day Deck
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Here's our 7 of Wands card by Ravendol: Ravendol's Thoughts: Unicorns and wands symbolize magic and the pursuit of dreams. In the 7 of Wands, a young unicorn stands defiant and ready to overcome obstacles. Each horn has a different color of the rainbow, reminding us that the challenges we... Continue reading
Posted Jun 9, 2017 at 2017 International Tarot Day Deck
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Here's our Hermit card by Janet Boyer: Janet's Thoughts: I love stained glass, and I've wanted to make a circular, symbolic Tarot deck done in that style for some time now. I started making this Hermit card a few months ago for that project, but I put it to the... Continue reading
Posted Jun 9, 2017 at 2017 International Tarot Day Deck
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Here's our 2 of Disks card by Kristen Pantle: Kristen's Thoughts: A ballerina does an arabesque on the unstable surface of the sand, balancing two orbs. Behind her the ocean undulates. She has found her footing and maintains her poise, but a false move or unexpected wind could make her... Continue reading
Posted Jun 9, 2017 at 2017 International Tarot Day Deck
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Here's our Magician card by Noah Boyer: Noah's Thoughts: I chose Nicola Tesla to represent The Magician because this extraordinary scientist and inventor helped usher in the electrical revolution, including A/C (alternating current), VTOL military aircraft and radio waves. His theories were revolutionary, and unfortunately, Thomas Edison received much more... Continue reading
Posted Jun 9, 2017 at 2017 International Tarot Day Deck
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Here's our 6 of Wands card by Ron Boyer: Ron's Thoughts: A sweating, polydactylic hand holds a gold trophy embossed with the laurel wreath as confetti rains down in celebration. For me, this card isn't just about victory--it's about everything that has led up to this achievement: the dedication, strength... Continue reading
Posted Jun 5, 2017 at 2017 International Tarot Day Deck
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Here's our 3 of Cups card by Katrin Salyers: Katrin's Thoughts: Three friends get together to socialize with food and drink. The number 3 can indicate a whole that's greater than the sum of its parts - like the dialectic of thesis/antithesis/synthesis, or a child who has the DNA of... Continue reading
Posted Jun 5, 2017 at 2017 International Tarot Day Deck