The Legacy of the Divine is a work of art by Ciro Marchetti. Warm images tell a fantastic story across rural, urban, and fantasy settings. A visually inviting deck, it has hints of esotericism for those that are seeking such, but those hints do not interfere with those that do not read such.
Today’s cards: Page of Cups, The Sunrv, & 10 of Cups. Continue reading What Does The Deck Say? May 06 2015
The Bosch Tarot is a series of collages based on the paintings of Hieronymus Bosch. Using a unique set of meanings that is not derived from Waite, it will sometimes read direct, and sometimes read like a koan. It is a good deck for introspection and examination of internal motives.
Today’s cards: 3 of Wands, 5 of Swords, & The Sun. Continue reading What Does The Deck Say? April 11 2015
The Legacy of the Divine’s meanings are a reconciliation between Waite and Crowley. While purists of either system will be howling at the mingling of meanings and symbolism, the deck stands for itself and Leisa ReFalo’s meanings have proven themselves over the years.
Today’s cards: 3 of Coins, 6 of Cups, & The Sun. Continue reading What Does The Deck Say? March 04 2015
“Anonimo” inquires: “How would this opportunity affect me?”
The Sweeney Tarot: Animal [XV]rv, The Sunrv, & 9 of Coinsrv. Continue reading Public Reading: 2014-12-01.01
The Thoth Tarot is a Love It or Leave It deck. It can be used without knowledge of Thelema or the means by which Crowley arrived at his meanings. Or you can peek into the rabbit hole, and find a new world to explore.
Today’s cards: 9 of Disks, The Sun, & 6 of Cups. Continue reading What Does The Deck Say? November 25 2014
Query submitted via the Free Cartomancy Readings page.
“Anonymous” inquires: “My question: is he a good man? Thanks!”
Fey Tarot: Knight of Pentacles, 10 of Chalices, & The Sun. Continue reading Public Reading: 2014-11-14.02
A large sun-disc with the full features of a face dominates the upper third of this card. Radiant beams alternate straight and wavy to demonstrate the strength and persistence of the sun. In the foreground is a naked toddler riding a white horse without saddle, tackle, or other gear. The child is crowned with flowers with one very tall feather as a crest, and holds a very long banner on a very tall staff. Behind the horse is a brick wall that is barely able to hold back the dense growth of sunflowers. Continue reading The Sun