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:
Welcome to the Hallowe’en Tarot Blog hop post. In this edition, we have been asked to seek guidance from our ancestors or ghosts on what we need to work on in the year to come, but before we tweak that veil to seek them out, I must guide you to my neighbours:
Welcome to the Autumn edition of the Tarot Blog Hop. The theme this time is “Foodies Guide to the Tarot” and the brief is to take your readers on a gastronomy tour of the Tarot. How could I resist? Before I attempt to tickle you tastebuds, however, I must provide you with the navigation links to my neighbours and the master list:
Welcome to the Solstice Edition of the Tarot Blog Hop. Our wrangler on this occasion has given us the directive to create a Tarot card from junk mail, in other words, other people’s images.
First, here are the navigation links to help you find your way around:
Welcome to the Beltane Tarot Blog Hop. Our wrangler, Karen, asked us to take the word “may” and play with it as we chose and so I have *sniggers*. But before I share my mental musings on the subject, here are some links to help you navigate to my neighbouring hoppers and the master list:
Welcome to this Hallowe’en/Samhain edition of the Tarot Blog Hop. Before we continue on to the topic, here are the navigation links to take you to my neighbours’ posts and the Master List in case you are completely lost:
For this edition of the Tarot Blog Hop our wrangler, Alison, asked us to do something a little different. Rather than setting a topic, we were simply asked to choose a card (that hadn’t already been picked) and write about it. Before I continue, here are the links to my lovely neighbours and the Master List: