TAROT TIP: Dealing with Court Cards

Court Cards: infamous among Tarot practitioners for their slippery refusal to be interpreted with ease. Four Court “ranks” across four Suits yields up 16 distinct personalities to understand and keep track of. That’s a pretty large cast of characters, and without handy “cosmic job descriptions” such as “The Empress” or “The Hermit” to help us … More TAROT TIP: Dealing with Court Cards

Tarot Court Cards

Court Cards.  Pages, Knights, Queens, and Kings.  These characters were the focus of last night’s Tarot Toolkit class session. The “people cards” in Tarot…  This group is widely acknowledged as the trickiest and most frustrating subset of cards to interpret. How about you?  Do you like them?  Do you “get” them?  Do you have favorites? … More Tarot Court Cards

Tarot: An Elementary Technique for Interpreting Court Cards

It’s a pretty well-known fact among Tarot types that the Court Cards – that would be the Pages (or Princesses), Knights (/Princes), Queens, and Kings – are generally seen as being pretty much the trickiest cards to interpret in the entire deck. One school of thought holds that they always represent real people. Another says … More Tarot: An Elementary Technique for Interpreting Court Cards

I drew this just for you…

Yes, you — the person reading this post right now. See, ever since I launched this blog, I’ve been writing about any occult-related topic that leaps into my fevered brain whenever I sit down to add a new entry.  I don’t want to limit myself to only writing about, say…Runes.  Or Mythology.  Or dreams and … More I drew this just for you…