Calligraphy Stone

Calligraphy Stone. It’s called that because all the loops and lines in it suggest fancy penmanship that spells out messages from the Powers That Be in some exotic God-Language. The Obelisk shape is said to connect mundane reality with the Divine, to disperse energy when it builds up to unhealthy levels, and to channel information. … More Calligraphy Stone

Tarot Suits and Compass Points

In line with other correspondences, such as Zodiac Cards, Tarot practitioners also often assign other additional meanings to cards and Suits. Since we have four Suits, this works well with setting up correspondences to the four directions. The most common such assignments – and the way I was taught these correspondences – pair up North … More Tarot Suits and Compass Points

Planetary Cards

This is a more Astro-advanced follow-up to the Zodiac Cards exercise. It requires that you know a bit about your birthchart. The idea is to explore the cards that correspond to the Planets that have the greatest influence in your chart. For me, those Planets would be Neptune, Pluto, and Mercury…and the cards that correspond … More Planetary Cards

Cup + Wand…

Here’s yet another of these examples of Tarot Suit icons popping up in the world around us… This time, we have the relaxation-inducing singing bowl holding down the Cups role, while its “striker” steps up to appear in a Wands capacity. This gives us the terrific equation of Cup (singing bowl) + Wand (striker) = … More Cup + Wand…