It’s 3am in the morning and I can’t sleep. So I thought I might explore the Tarot of Insomnia while I’m in that zone… Continue reading
I tend to come and go on this blog. The thing is, I can’t access my ‘Tarot brain’ all the time. Only when I’m in a certain mental state. Maybe that’s true for you as well?
Let’s explore the Tarot of Tarot reading shall we… Continue reading
My city is hurting. A few days ago a young man in a car deliberately mowed down pedestrians in the heart of Melbourne, killing some and injuring many. Five people have already died. More are in danger. They’re calling it the ‘CBD Massacre.’ Which it was.
These are the Tarot cards we’re experiencing… Continue reading
It’s summer in Australia at the moment. There’s been heatwaves and record-breaking storms and sharks in unprecedented numbers. So I thought it might be fun to explore the Tarot of an Australian summer… Continue reading
There’s a numerological formula you can use to work out your Tarot Card of the Year. This card represents the type of experiences you can expect to have during that year. I’ve been using the formula for so long I can’t remember where I learnt this trick, but I find it quite reliable.
The formula gives you a number that correlates with one of the Life Lesson aka Major Arcana cards. Because of the way it works each following year you shift into the subsequent Life Lesson card e.g. If your Tarot Year Card in 2016 was The Empress, in 2017 it will be The Emperor. However, at the turn of each decade or century, you will be sent to a different part of the Major Arcana, and begin a new cycle.
The formula is this: Continue reading
Recently I stayed up reading till 6am. I’m hopeless. Once I start a good book I find it hard to put it down. For that reason I limit myself to reading on the holidays. Otherwise I’d get nothing done, lol. Three recent favorites are above. Let’s explore the Tarot of Reading, shall we?
The movie Frozen has been an absolute phenomenon.
The World: Its been popular all round the world with boys and girls alike.
Two Of Cups: It’s the story of Continue reading