30 Days of Tarot — Day 2: What was your first deck and why/how did you get it?
My first tarot deck is the US Games’ Universal Waite. It uses the line work of the Rider-Waite-Smith but the coloring is by Mary Hanson-Roberts, the designer of the Hanson-Roberts tarot. It is a deck I still have and has become the primary deck in my small stable.
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A lone man stands as if on a high place, looking down. His hair and beard are visible, appearing gray as if from age or experiences. Robed and hooded in an enveloping nondescript cloak, he stands towards the viewer’s left. He holds a staff as if to steady himself, and a lit lantern is raised to his face as if he was searching, or signalling, for something or someone. In the distance of the scene are what appears to be mountain tops. The vantage point implies the figure is standing in a high and lonely place. Continue reading The Hermit
30 Days of Tarot — Day 1: What introduced you to/got you involved in Tarot?
It all started with a dream. A daydream with the potential to be much more distracting than it already was suddenly offered me a choice. Continue to idle pleasures, or see what’s behind a rose covered door.
Sure. Let’s peek. It’s just a dream after all, right? Continue reading 30 Days of Tarot: Day One
Eight budding rods streak down from a cloudless sky in Pamela Coleman Smith’s portrayal of this minor arcana card. They give the impression of nearing the ground as the perspective allows for a river to be seen in the near background from a low vantage point. In the far background there is a hill with what appears to be ruins on the crest. Scattered trees dot the landscape. Continue reading 8 of Wands