It’s easy to focus on all the differences that separate the RWS and Thoth decks from each other…but it also pays to celebrate the similarities once in a while, and to remember that Waite and Crowley both came up through the ranks of the Golden Dawn, and both loved a lot of the same source … More RWS and Thoth: Anubis!
A few days ago, I posted about this notion of The High Priestess serving as a sort of “Gatekeeper” who can allow passage through her pomegranate curtains to worthy seekers, where they will then suddenly find themselves in the landscape of the Moon card. We talked about this in the Tarot Toolkit course, and one … More Tarot: Gateway Cards, Part 2
Like some kind of conceptual ore, Mythology is a rich vein of material that runs mostly hidden through the bedrock of Tarot. In many ways, you don’t need to know any of it in order to be a skillful, happy, and fulfilled Tarot practitioner…but it can seriously enrich your Tarot game if you do enjoy … More Mythology in Tarot
What if you were the main character in a Myth? Imagine your life story being recast in archetypal form, like you were a figure in some tale out of something like Greek or Norse Mythology, or Egyptian, Aztec, Slavic, Yoruban…you name it. Your life is a hero’s journey… But exactly what tale is it?? 1 … More The Personal Myth Spread
Well, it’s official: I am no longer undergoing the jury selection process, as detailed in one of my recent posts — I am now a juror. I’ve been officially selected, and I begin serving on a jury today. For the next week to ten days, I’ll be not so much an Arrow In Flight as … More Bloggus Interruptus
A few weeks ago, I posted here in advance of my relocation of residence from one part of Los Angeles to another. I just wanted to give fair warning at the time that the consistency of my posts might take hits for a day or two, as my life weathered the necessary disruptions that go … More I might be somebody’s peer this week…
Since today is Tuesday, I thought I’d post a few drops of info about the Norse God for whom the day was named: the noble Tyr… As with the rest of the Norse pantheon, Tyr’s name varied slightly across several regions and over multiple time periods, but his Old English name was Tiw…and if you … More Tyr-drops…