Adam Savage (one of my favorite media personalities) once said on Mythbusters (one of my all time favorite TV shows) that the “… difference between screwing around and science is writing it down.”
So who says intuition isn’t science?
The “learn with me” posts are going to be just that….me writing down the screwing around as I learn to use the brand new Oracle Dice from Publishing Goblin (used with permission, of course). I’ll be throwing in tidbits of how I learned Tarot along the way so an astute student of the screwing around method can learn a great deal about Tarot reading if you follow along.
Screwing around and writing it down basically amounts to experimentation, observation and documentation…sound familiar, my fellow geeks?
In other words, this series is going to bust the myth that you can’t learn to listen to your own natural intuition or develop psychic skills.
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Some Tarot cards are overwhelmingly positive. Some, like today’s three of swords card, are mostly ominous. All cards have a mix of everything. As was said in the movie The Craft “True magic is neither black, nor white – it’s both because nature is both. Loving and cruel, all at the same time.”…
I start my day with coffee and contemplation. It’s not as Zen spiritual as you might think. It definitely has more of a Sheriff Hopper (from the Stranger Things series) and doom scroll until the static from just waking up clears kind of vibe.
Was taking my morning scroll when I came across a Instagram post about some minor detail about the hand of the figure in the 10 of swords being in the same position as the Hierophant card and how that was the reference to the assassination of some historical pope or another or something. My response was bah…too pedantic…and kept rolling.
While the Pope seems like a nice enough little grampa guy these days, Papal history is not something that typically flies on my radar, but the post and the notion of hand detail sunk through the static enough to make a couple of points.
Hi guys! Welcome to the weekend turnover. It’s Saturday morning, time to read a card together over a cuppa coffee. This time I sip, and you stretch your intuition to read the card.
Since this is members only exercise now, let’s try and make it as valuable of a post as we can. AS ALWAYS I would love to hear what you think and what you want to do on any platform but it goes double for everyone sitting around the Tarot Table. Tell me what Tarot (or other related) content you want and I’ll do my best to create it.
Let me grab my cards and pull one for us to work with today….
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