Welcome to the Autumn Equinox Tarot Blog Hop, in which our wrangler has given us the theme “Tarot Characters and Sacred Cooking” and asked us to choose a character and try to find out what they would cook at Harvest Tide. Before we continue to foodie loveliness, here are the navigation links for this Hop:
Welcome to the August/Lammas Tarot Blog Hop, in which our wrangler has given us the theme “Respecting the divinatory arts” and asked us to discuss how we show respect for our Tarot/divination systems. Before I expound on this topic, here are the navigation links for this Hop:
I have been sadly neglecting this blog, except when cornered like a rat, which is why I have been signing up for the Tarot Blog Hop regularly. Nothing like a deadline to focus the mind, though that does mean that I have only been writing about Tarot lately and neglecting the myriad of other projects etc. that keep me too busy to…err…write my blog.
Welcome to the Imbolc Tarot Blog Hop, in which our wrangler has asked us how we can “best foster the energy of the Aces” in our lives. Before I explore this topic, here are the navigation links for this Hop:
Welcome to the Winter Solstice Tarot Blog Hop. Our wrangler has said that “it’s time to go back to the Dark Side of the Winter Solstice” and instructed us to “pick a card or cards or develop a spread that you think reveals a useful message from the Dark or Hidden realm of life”.
Before we dip a toe into that particular realm, here are the navigation links to shine a light on this dark path through the Hop:
I recently spent the day reading Tarot at Witchfest, held this year in Brighton for the first time. Sadly, I didn’t have much opportunity to look around Brighton as we were pretty busy all day and by the time we finished I was too exhausted. We did a lot of readings, a LOT of readings, but it was a very satisfying experience.