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Sorry...autocorrect got the best of me. "Most positive way imaginable". :)
Toggle Commented Jun 1, 2012 on Tarot in the Land of Mystereum at Tarot Pals
Yes, I mean fluffy bunny like "warm and snuggly, light and playful". While I have embraced my inner child on my couch in front of my Xbox, when it comes to tarot I have a tendency to be too...serious. :) This deck is truly unique, and I mean that in the most possible, one of a kind way imaginable. It took a lot of courage to think outside the RWS-clone box, and for that, you have my utmost respect. Thanks so much for sharing your perspective with us!
Toggle Commented Jun 1, 2012 on Tarot in the Land of Mystereum at Tarot Pals
You're quite welcome, Jordan. I look forward to seeing future offerings! :)
Toggle Commented Jun 1, 2012 on Tarot in the Land of Mystereum at Tarot Pals
Tarot in the Land of Mystereum Jordan Hoggard $34.99 Schiffer Publishing ISBN: 978-0-7643-3601-0 This book and deck set is “An upbeat expression of Tarot (sic) to develop your ideas and imagination”, and provides a different approach than many other tarot sets by allowing each one of the 78 tarot cards... Continue reading
Posted May 31, 2012 at Tarot Pals
Thanks Juan! I appreciate the feedback. And please contact me anytime you like! You can reach me directly at Blessings, John
Tarot in Reverse: Making Sense of the Upside Down Cards in a Tarot Spread Janet Boyer $24.99, Schiffer Publishing ISBN: 0764341014 ISBN-13: 978-0764341014 As a reader who has never used reversals and who, quite frankly, has no desire to switch now, I was skeptical about my ability to review a... Continue reading
Posted Apr 15, 2012 at Tarot Pals
Thanks for the coupon, Janet! I love deals on GAMES!! And it's awesome we both chose games as our topic!
Welcome, Liz! We are thrilled you're here! :)
Toggle Commented Mar 23, 2012 on Introducing Elizabeth Hazel at Tarot Pals
Tarot Decoded Elizabeth Hazel Weiser Books, 2004 $18.95 ISBN: 1-57863-302-8 One of the many factors that separate amateur tarot students from the more serious tarot reader/scholar is the use of dignities (the relationship of cards in a tarot spread) andcorrespondences (relationships of tarot cards to other disciplines). Elizabeth Hazel’s Tarot... Continue reading
Posted Mar 13, 2012 at Tarot Pals
I've been reading tarot for over 20 years, and I'll admit that I've had my share of interesting questions from friends, family members and clients. When I say interesting I really mean offbeat, oddball, or otherwise goofy. And that's understandable--a lot of people don't know what how the tarot works... Continue reading
Posted Mar 4, 2012 at Tarot Pals
Thanks Wendy! A version of this review is bein submitted to the American Tarot Association's spring Quarterly Journal so I hope you'll sell a ton!!
PLEASE NOTE: The following review contains material that may be offensive to readers and/or may be inappropriate for well...anyone. If naughty language and concepts offend, please click away now! Thanks! :) The Regretsy Tarot Wendy Sheridan and the "April's Army Artist Collective" or Ye Olde Regretsie Tarot Shoppe $25.00... Continue reading
Posted Feb 28, 2012 at Tarot Pals
No one who has worked with the Tarot would argue that it is filled with imagery that allows the reader to tell a story to a client. Each and every card has a whole range of different meanings, and these meanings can be related to all kinds of other disciplines,... Continue reading
Posted Feb 12, 2012 at Tarot Pals
Morgan’s Tarot Created by Morgan Robbins Illustrated by Darsham Chorpash U.S. Games Systems ISBN: 978-0-88079-028-4 If you’re looking for a more “psychedelic” tarot experience, then Morgan’s Tarot is for you. While a lot of tarot deck advertising calls a particular deck “truly unique”, for me it was the first time... Continue reading
Posted Feb 7, 2012 at Tarot Pals
To call a tarot deck different is definitely vague. The Crystal Visions Tarot by Jennifer Galass, published by U.S. Games Systems, is different from many tarot decks I have come across. The cards reflect Galasso’s fantasy style, so those who enjoy fantasy-themed decks will surely like this one. Most of... Continue reading
Posted Jan 23, 2012 at Tarot Pals
Hi Kate...totally my fault! Sorry for the oversight. Here you are: Tarot 101:Mastering the Art of Reading the Cards Kim Huggens Llewellyn June 8, 2010 ISBN13: 978-0738719047 Hope you have a peaceful, prosperous, and downright awesome 2012! :)
Toggle Commented Jan 14, 2012 on Review of Tarot 101 by Kim Huggens at Tarot Pals
Tarot 101 is an imposing title for a book, since the implication is clear: This book is required reading for beginning tarot students. If you scan the table of contents, it certainly appears different from many other tarot books, because there’s not a listing for each card; it has entries... Continue reading
Posted Jan 9, 2012 at Tarot Pals
Actually, Janet, I don't know how it came up...but that's a very interesting interpretation. :)
Toggle Commented Jan 3, 2012 on A New Year's Tarot Reading at Tarot Pals
Hello everyone! Hope your 2012 is going great so far! I decided it was time to go back to basics. I don't do a lot of reading for myself, but for 2012 I wanted to do more of it. So I came to the conclusion that a reading a day... Continue reading
Posted Jan 2, 2012 at Tarot Pals
Hello everyone! I am thrilled to be here! I figured I'd start off with a review of one of my favorite decks, The Gilded Tarot! I first saw this deck in 2007 at my favorite metaphysical store. I knew right away it was special when the owners told me the... Continue reading
Posted Dec 1, 2011 at Tarot Pals
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