Corvid Romantic: 10 of Roses, 9 of Feathers, & 6 of Bones.

What Does The Deck Say? August 9, 2019

The Corvid Romantic Playing Cards are a “poker” deck designed and illustrated by Megan Weber. Under the name of “Zaheroux“, she showcases her nature and magic inspired artwork. Please note that the Corvid Romantic’s Feathers are read as Clubs, the Bones are read as Spades, the Crystals are read as Diamonds, and the Roses are read as Hearts.

Today’s cards: 10 of Roses, 9 of Feathers, & 6 of Bones.

Enjoy the bloom and take what pleasure you can from it now. Attempts to make it last longer than what it does will only prolong the smell of rot on your hands. Let the memory fade into the past lest you incur an emotional debt to be paid from tomorrow’s needed resources.

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2 thoughts on “What Does The Deck Say? August 9, 2019”

  1. on August 9, could you supply the equivalents in wands, pentacles, swords and cups? Yeah, I am new to all of this and don’t know the equivalents.
    Thanks, Millard Jones

    1. Generally, Clubs are Wands, Spades are Swords, Hearts are Cups, and Diamonds are Pentacles. However, I read playing cards by a different set of guidelines than tarot pips. My playing card readings are based off Cory Thomas Hutcheson‘s book: “Fifty-Four Devils: The Art & Folklore of Fortune-telling with Playing Cards.

      The different reading sources are also why I don’t include a tarot equivalent to playing card post tags or headers. The decks may have had the same source, but to me they are two completely separate streams.

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