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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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Here's our Empress card by Amy Thomas: Amy's Thoughts: The Empress represents the creative force in the universe. She is all about fertility, abundance, love of the natural world, and the fire of creative energy. She can signify motherhood, the creation of life itself, but also the birth and nurturing... Continue reading
Posted yesterday at 2017 International Tarot Day Deck
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Here's our 7 of Disks card by Vanessa Moya: Vanessa's Thoughts: For me, the 7 of Disks for me means watching your dreams and all that hard work grow and manifest-- so my card is a dream catcher with eyes as the leaves growing out of it. To find out... Continue reading
Posted yesterday at 2017 International Tarot Day Deck
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Here's our Wheel of Fortune card by Ron Boyer: Ron's Thoughts: This particular Wheel of Fortune card shows eight potential scenarios--out of millions--that a person may experience in life. Each scenario's opposite is across the wheel from it: Birth/Death Buying a Home/Tearing Down a Building Vitality/Sickness Vacation/Work The Wheel is... Continue reading
Posted 3 days ago at 2017 International Tarot Day Deck
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Here's our 9 of Swords card by Shinjini Mehrotra: Shinjini's Thoughts: The 9 of Swords represents stress, overthinking the future, fear and frustration. Your thoughts are keeping you hemmed in and anxious. If you can break the cycle, you can walk away from here stronger. To find out more about... Continue reading
Posted 3 days ago at 2017 International Tarot Day Deck
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I'm super excited (and proud) to announce that the second book I've formatted and edited for Terry and Linda Jamison--aka the world-famous Psychic Twins--is now available on Amazon.com! In all honesty, I found You Can't Fix Stupid: Psychic Tips to Idiot-Proof Your Life to be surprising, fascinating and entertaining. The... Continue reading
Posted 5 days ago at Fizz of Ideas - Janet Boyer's Blog
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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. We're aiming for 78 bloggers. Come join us! -- Janet Continue reading
Posted May 16, 2017 at Fizz of Ideas - Janet Boyer's Blog
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Here's our 10 of Cups card by Vanessa Moya: Vanessa's Thoughts: For me, the 10 of Cups means happiness and joy--and I am the happiest when I am anywhere near the ocean. To find out more about Vanessa and the rest of our contributors, click here. Continue reading
Posted May 14, 2017 at 2017 International Tarot Day Deck
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Here's our Knight of Cups card by Kris. W. Tamburrini: Kris's Thoughts: My son, Caleb, poses for this card. The Knight of Cups is emotionally focused as he contemplates his next quest. To find out more about Kris and the rest of our contributors, click here. Continue reading
Posted May 14, 2017 at 2017 International Tarot Day Deck
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Here's our 8 of Swords card by Kris. W. Tamburrini: Kris's Thoughts: My daughter, Daphne, poses for my 8 of Swords. With this card, the figure is rapped by nothing but her own indecision. A mental change is needed. To find out more about Kris and the rest of our... Continue reading
Posted May 14, 2017 at 2017 International Tarot Day Deck
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Here's our Queen of Cups card by Kriss Lumsden: Kriss's Thoughts: Queen of Cups - Queen of the water domain--intuition and emotion. She loves unconditionally. She swims the deep waters and has pearls of emotional wisdom to share. To find out more about Kriss and the rest of our contributors,... Continue reading
Posted May 14, 2017 at 2017 International Tarot Day Deck
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Here's our Judgment card by Ivan Ambrose: Ivan's Thoughts: Judgment represents the awakening of the spirit and the rebirth process that follows. This card is indicative of the transformation that occurs through significant growth and transition as we use the darkest parts of ourselves and our lives to illuminate the... Continue reading
Posted May 14, 2017 at 2017 International Tarot Day Deck
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Here's our Knight of Coins card by Brandy Woods: Brandy's Thoughts: “Shaman's Path” - Originally a self-portrait project in college, I chose to represent a focus on culture and ancestry, allies and deep spirituality. Learning to paint was one of my original driving goals in going back to school. Three... Continue reading
Posted May 14, 2017 at 2017 International Tarot Day Deck
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Here's our Knight of Wands card by Brandy Woods: Brandy's Thoughts: “Anubis” - This Egyptian god had several roles over the course of the years: protector of tombs, embalmer, the guide of souls and one who would weigh the heaviness of the heart against a feather in order to determine... Continue reading
Posted May 14, 2017 at 2017 International Tarot Day Deck
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Here's our Knight of Swords card by Brandy Woods: Brandy's Thoughts: “The Tourney” - This Knight has received armor from the Queen of Faerie, her Chosen in a tourney. This young challenger is confident, ready to take on the world, determined to succeed and perfectly outfitted by the Queen for... Continue reading
Posted May 14, 2017 at 2017 International Tarot Day Deck
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Here's our Page of Wands card by Brandy Woods: Brandy's Thoughts: "The Hatchling" - I imagine that most people would assume the title was referring to the small dragon on her shoulder…but personally, I always felt that the young woman herself was the 'hatchling'--new, untested and untried, full of enthusiasm... Continue reading
Posted May 14, 2017 at 2017 International Tarot Day Deck
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Here's our Four of Swords card by Kristen Pantle: Kristen's Thoughts: I see the card as taking a rest after a hard battle. It is about self-care and healing personal wounds. Keywords: Rest, Recuperation, Self-Care. To find out more about Kristen and the rest of our contributors, click here. Continue reading
Posted May 14, 2017 at 2017 International Tarot Day Deck
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Here's our Queen of Swords card by Kristen Pantle: Kristen's Thoughts: The Queen of Swords is about keen intellect and an intellectual solidity that is only achieved through experience and maturity. I chose to have her staring straight out of the card to bring focus to her eyes. The jewel... Continue reading
Posted May 14, 2017 at 2017 International Tarot Day Deck
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Here's our Page of Swords card by Shinjini Mehrotra: Shinjini's Thoughts: The young woman on the card represents the learner. This is a person who is filled with dreams, ideas, and plans; is starting to discover their own knowledge and wisdom rather than blindly following the rules. When you're just... Continue reading
Posted May 13, 2017 at 2017 International Tarot Day Deck
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Here's our Sun card by Shinjini Mehrotra: Shinjini's Thoughts: The child represents innocence, optimism, and joy--all the best qualities of The Sun card. The sun is warm and the sunflowers are blooming, but the slightly withered sunflower on the edge reminds you of the shadow side of this card: over-optimism... Continue reading
Posted May 13, 2017 at 2017 International Tarot Day Deck
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1. What’s your favorite breakfast food? I only have them rarely, but a Buttermilk Biscuit makes my heart sing! 2. Book you’d like to give everyone (or wish they would read)? Just one? I've always had a copy of The Richest Man in Babylon around since high school (1989!) It's... Continue reading
Posted May 12, 2017 at Fizz of Ideas - Janet Boyer's Blog
So I had my first video interview today. Whew! Nerve wracking! Fortunately, I was interviewed by my old friend Dax Carlisle (founder of The Tarot Guild), and his engaging/smart/fun co-host Susanne Warnett. You can watch below. Yes, my eyeball fell out in the first minute--and yes, that's a bottle of... Continue reading
Posted May 9, 2017 at Fizz of Ideas - Janet Boyer's Blog
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Here's our King of Wands card by Katalin Patnaik: Katalin's Thoughts: The King of Wands shows a Shivalingam with Shiva's head on it. His hair is on fire--or rather, his hair IS fire--to show the elemental nature of his thoughts and his whole existence. Fire is a dangerous ally but... Continue reading
Posted May 9, 2017 at 2017 International Tarot Day Deck
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Here's our Death card by Vanessa Moya: Vanessa's Thoughts: The Death card represents transformation. The tree is dark on one side and blossoming on the other side--a form of change. "Changing of the seasons" reminds us that where there is dark, there is always light. To find out more about... Continue reading
Posted May 9, 2017 at 2017 International Tarot Day Deck
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Below are the wonderful contributors to the 2017 International Tarot Day Deck: Death, 7 of Disks and 10 of Cups - Vanessa Moya About Vanessa: I am an intuitive Tarot and oracle reader. I have been reading Tarot for the last 3 years. Tarot has helped me in many aspects... Continue reading
Posted May 9, 2017 at 2017 International Tarot Day Deck
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1. What’s your favorite breakfast food? Does coffee count? :o) My favorite thing for breakfast would be a simple breakfast taco – scrambled egg and salsa on a corn tortilla. I’m from Texas, land of yummy breakfast tacos. 2. Book you’d like to give everyone (or wish they would read)?... Continue reading
Posted May 7, 2017 at Fizz of Ideas - Janet Boyer's Blog