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Summer Solstice Reading | Spread to Practice

Happy belated Solstice! Happy Winter solstice to those in the southern hemispheres and happy Summer solstice to those of us in the northern hemisphere. This week’s Media Review, during which I reviewed Queering the Tarot by Cassandra Snow, didn’t have any spreads included in…

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Tarot Elements: Spread to Practice

This week’s Media Review was Tarot Elements: Five Readings to Reset Your Life by Melissa Cynova. The book outlines five different readings (along with a few bonus spreads) to work through the blocks in each area of your life, inspired by the elements of…

Mother’s Day Empress Tarot Spread

~Embrasing your inner Mother-power, whoever you are, with a Mother’s Day Empress Tarot Spread~ Embracing Your Empress Happy Mothers Day around the world! As many can attest, there are so many definitions of ‘mother’, and those who embody the title don’t necessarily represent those…

Writing Prompt: Protagonist & Antagonist Reading

I thought I’d do something a little different today, since we’ve had so many simple 2-Card spreads for writing prompts. Today I thought I’d give you the outline for a Protagonist and an Antagonist, and looking at how they interact with each other in…

Saturn in Capricorn Retrograde Spread

This is a time to consider letting go of bad habits that lead to procrastination, or the habit of procrastination itself. Saturn is the planet of discipline, and as such, it’s retrograde motion will loosen that grip, which means we need to work to pick up Saturn’s slack.

Day 28 of 30-Day Tarot Writing Challenge: Returning with the Elixir

The Elixir can represent the moral of the story, in some way. Sure it can also be a physical potion or dino DNA, ring, or car (you get the idea), but if it’s an object, it should represent something that ties to the theme of the story, and thus carry through the ‘moral’ or the main message of the story. In this way, it can contribute and assist those who are not the MC proper.

Tarot Writing Prompt: Those Who Remain

This is just the basic 2-Card Writing Prompt today, using a starting situation for Card 1 and a problem, which is Card 2. If you’re here for the first time, I usually do what is called the First Operation to determine the context or…

Day 7 of 30-Day Tarot Writing Challenge: Making a Problem

Woo! A full week of Camp NaNoWriMo and of the 30-Day Tarot Writing Challenge! Well done everyone who has made it this far! At this point I think that it’s good that we reflect on what we’ve accomplished so far in our piece and…

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