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In The Secret Teachings of All Ages (1928), Manly P. Hall suggests that Tarot cards must be considered in three ways: “(1) as separate and complete hieroglyphs, each representing a distinct principle, law, power, or element in Nature; (2) in relation to each other as the effect of one agent... Continue »
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Dark Carnival Tarot Have you forgotten the lesson of The Hanged Man? The fact that, as The Fool, you were always meant to take the fall, edging towards a rooftop? Isn’t it time you overcame your fear of falling? Take off the chains. Shake off The Devil that tries to... Continue »
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The Hierophant from the Tarot of Portmeirion The highest morality is personal integrity—living in harmony with your own value system. Religious ideals rarely encourage individual choice because they do not recognize that God guides people uniquely from within. Nor do they regard people as worthy enough to connect directly to... Continue »
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Just...sublime. -- Janet Continue »
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Well do I have good news for you! Dax Carlisle from the Tarot Guild (and founder of Rainbow Psychics) recorded the Coast to Coast AM episode where I was interviewed by George Noory. I even did live Tarot readings on air using our Snowland Deck! You can listen to the... Continue »
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Three years ago, I created a Halloween Tarot Spread. I thought it would be neat to set it to video along with music. I hope you enjoy it! (It can be used with Tarot cards, oracle decks or runes). -- Janet Related articles Cultivating Gratitude with All 78 Tarot Cards... Continue »
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I am a writer who came of a sheltered life. A sheltered life can be a daring life as well. For all serious daring starts from within. – Eudora Welty -- Janet Continue »
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Jim Girouard developed a divinatory method using the 25 letter dice from the game Boggle. "Ask a question, [then gently] throw the dice 5 times and write out the letters in the middle of the page. You'll have 125 letters to make words from. On the bottom of the page... Continue »