The sigil created to represent and fuel Many Gods West 2017 (drawn by Tempest)
I’m going to ramble a bit here why I love Many Gods West, and then I’ll do a better overview of the presentations and knowledge I learned on another blogpost.
But first, my feelings:
Image: Picture of a Full Moon among the night sky (taken from pixabay)
It’s midnight and I don’t know what I’m doing with my life.
The Modern Spellcaster’s Tarot
A dear friend gifted me the Modern Spellcaster’s Tarot written by
Melanie Marquis, illustrated by Scott Murphy, and published by Llewellyn Publications. Let’s take a look at it!
Oceanic Tarot deck box, booklet, and two cards
Let’s review a deck I’ve had for a while now: Oceanic Tarot written by Jayne Wallace and illustrated by Jane Delaford-Taylor, published by CICO Books.
Cover art on the box for Tarot of the Silicon Dawn by Egypt Urnash
I got Tarot of the Silicon Dawn a little over two years ago, and wrote an initial review then on my old blog. This review will be partly my old review (copied verbatim in some cases) as well as some new thoughts I’ve had since then.
Alice in Wonderland Playing Cards
I came across Alice in Wonderland Playing Cards deck while perusing through Amazon and upon inspecting it I knew I needed to have it. Not only as a fan of the Wonderland books, but also because they had a great potential for divination!
The Wild Unknown Tarot Deck Box Cover
I got the very popular Wild Unknown Tarot Deck and Guidebook! Let’s take a look at it.
My thoughts on the political state of things below this.
A picture of a tarot reading.
A few weeks ago, a good friend of mine asked me if I’d do tarot readings for her Halloween party. This is a friend who has done me so many favors that without hesitation I said yes. But I never had done professional readings in person before! While trying to recruit people to practice with, a friendly mutual asked me if I’d write what it was like to go from being an online tarot reader to doing in-person readings for a Halloween event. “What a great idea!” I thought. And so, here’s how my experience went.