30 Days of Tarot — Day 10: What card best represents you/your personality (or, is most often pulled to represent you in a spread)?
My friends would tell you the Happy Squirrel. It’s a shame that none of my decks have that card.
Okay, a serious answer. It would be the Hermit. Once I decide to start learning about a thing, I get all my research materials/links and withdraw. And when doing said researching, I’m a curmudgeonly grouch that is more than willing to bop interlopers on the head with whatever hard object is at hand.
Introspection is my favorite pastime (too much so, according to some), and every now and then my age kicks in so I snarl at all these young dilettantes doing their young things with their young attitude and I shake my grumpy old woman cane at them until they upstage me in the end. Or bring me some coffee. Or both.
The decks don’t have a preferred card to represent me. Rather when the deck wants to make sure that I understand I’m the one they are stretching on the rack, the card that appears will be a true reflection of my attitude or fear of the query’s subject at that time. If they want to make me wince, it will be the complete opposite. The reader influences how a deck reads, after all. And I am quite a snarky person so it only follows that the decks will read just as