You get the feeling you are reading someone’s private thoughts.
Only two months old, this blog shows great promise. Kathy, a New Jersey girl, starts off with the Fool. It’s a great card to start a Tarot blog with! As a new student of Tarot, I think she is doing an amazing job. Here is what she said in that first entry about drawing the Fool for her very first blog entry: Continue reading “Other Blogs: Tarot Journey”
Temperlyne’s Tarot is not a prolific blog. You won’t find daily or even weekly posts there. What you will find is an amazingly insightful look into the journey an artist undertakes to create a Tarot deck. Continue reading “Other Blogs: Temperlyne’s Tarot”
Here is a young blog but one I read frequently. I met Jen on Twitter (yes, I adore Twitter). When I saw her post about her blog, I went by. I told her then I loved her blog and hoped that she kept it up.
AT is not a blog per se. Most people would call it a bulletin board if they are old like me or maybe a forum if they are more “with it.” I found AT in May of 2003 and never looked back. Can’t remember how I found it but I know it fit every thing I Continue reading “Other Blogs: Aeclectic Tarot”
Where can you find 78 friends to talk with about Tarot? Why would you even want 78 friends to talk to about Tarot when you have me? I mean really, y’all! Am I not enough?
Grin, okay. Okay! Today’s blog is not a blog. It’s a unique interactive reading site where you can do your own three card readings and then have others comment on them. It’s like no other site I’ve found in that you do a computer-generated reading. Then you can study and make your own notes.
Today we are going to visit another Lenormand blog. I am fascinated by these little cards and may need to delve into them more myself. In this blog, started January 2008, Phoenix lays out the cards then gives you the meanings. She interacts with her visitors in the comments (I really like that in a blogger). Continue reading “Other Blogs: Phoenixoracle’s Weblog”
Stir The Cauldron got my attention because my personal webpage has the same title. So when I saw this blog I had to visit. Lady Rose and Mama Kelly create one of those fun blogs that combine readings along with so many other things. One of my favorites were the old postcards showing various readers. Be warned that some of these portray nudity so if you have an issue with that, don’t go. Me, myself and I loved it. While exploring, I discovered that they are both Continue reading “Other Blogs: Stir The Cauldron”
Today we are off to visit popular author Corrine Kenner’s blog. Shuffle | The Tarot Reader’s Blog may not have a dazzling layout but it has superior information. You can find tips for writers as well as intriguing events that Kenner is involved in.