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  2. Mouse_in_the_Sun

    Not new to Tarot but new to the community

    Thank you all so much for the support! @le_charior that's really nice that your friends grew to understand too!
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  4. timtoldrum

    7. Snake + 13. Child

    The meanings that I utilise are consistent with the original instructions. If you look at the original instructions, which myself and others have translated, and then read the Farmer and the Viper, you will see why the Serpent had its original associations. These tales were common in Northern and Eastern Europe. When I first started reading (a long time ago) the meanings I was taught made sense. The Scythe is malefic in the true sense of the word in divination. It does not relate to bad but to facilitation and expansion. Ordinarily, Fox + Serpent is not one we
  5. I am excited to keep going with this and will tackle another in a week. It will be exciting to read if it makes its way onto paper. Naibi cards are interesting to me in their own right. I am very much looking forward to that. Indeed
  6. Hazel

    Not new to Tarot but new to the community

    Hello and welcome here. I recently joined as well and I am loving this forum. Like you, I am spiritual but have never been able to connect to a deity. As said, we are all different. It is your journey after all. I hope you enjoy it here as much as I do!
  7. To the best of my knowledge, yes. No, not yet. I may get round to it eventually. I have one article in mind. Yes, but it is not so popular now as it involves too many cards, and assumes too much astrological knowledge. Typically, one or more clarifying cards (usually minor arcana) are placed over the first twelve cards, using up to the full deck depending on the author, so, 24, 36 or even 78 cards could be in piles on the table. But it is something of a staple spread regardless. Looking beneath the academic prose, I would say yes, more or less. This is pr
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  9. Krystalida

    7. Snake + 13. Child

    Around the web as I noticed, they post the most common keywords for the cards, same goes for Tarot, it is very rare to find a more researched sources, and yes I do miss the AT, but I must from all the other forums Ive tried this is the best one. I always take a photo of my spreads, since I have a smat phone and go back and analyse again and again, but I am a newbie in Lenormand so I not much of experience yet
  10. Krystalida

    7. Snake + 13. Child

    I see, we have to think of the meanings with the mind they were set on that time. I had the combo of Fox - Serpent once, I can't really remember somewhere to connect it, maybe I missed to see it, it sounds very tricky and like a bomb ready to explode if you over step though I don't find the Scythe malefic to be honest, I did experience the card with seperations and sudden events, but I also find it for accumulation, bringing things together and clearing in and out what is necessary, I once had it for the dentist Yes, Lenormand have many practical asso
  11. JeanJames

    Numbers

    Thank you @Ix Chel that’s a really straightforward and useful article Jean
  12. Arcadia

    Not new to Tarot but new to the community

    Hi, welcome to the forum, there are many readers here that like to share their experiences.
  13. Little Fang

    Subscription Question

    I moved this into it's own thread since it was in the wrong topic But what you would do is subscribe, then go into your PayPal and cancel auto renew. I believe that is the only way.
  14. le_charior

    Not new to Tarot but new to the community

    Hi @Mouse_in_the_Sun - and welcome to the forum! When i started doing Tarot (as a 30 year old man) I didn't have anyone in my circle of friends either to talk about it, so I was very happy back then to have found like minded people to practice and exchange and learn on the Internet. And then over time I came out as a Tarot reader to more and more friends, and now I often read for them, and to some friends I gave decks so they started reading as well, or at least being interested in it. Hope you'll have a great time here!
  15. Mokona

    Hello!

    I did see it after initially searching for it when I first got the deck, and I'm very glad you're going to archive it! I copy pasted everything into my Google drive in case it was ever lost, although my document has sections repeating and formatting issues- I also downloaded it onto my Kindle. I'm glad that I can delve into esoteric correspondences without having to rely on Crowley. You're right, they only ever put up the website, a book was never released. I'm happy there's something I can refer to though, and I'll treat it as I would a companion book. That's wonderful! It's intimidating
  16. @_R_ For the general forum reader: _R_ published the translated to English essay that Roger Caillois wrote as a preface to Wirth's Tarot of The Magicians last November. Below are my notes and comments about that preface. Reading it first or having it open in another browser window will provide the right context. I feel like I should have been more familiar with Roger Caillos than I was before reading your article, from my years of studying game theory if nothing else. I am sure he was cited and quoted in things I read, but that is the problem of being an eclectic who kno
  17. Mokona

    Changing forum signature

    Thank you, I'm happy I made it here. I changed the theme to a dark one too, to match
  18. gregory

    Can someone identify this deck, please?

    You won't regret it. Honestly !
  19. LoveLightPeace

    Hello all! New member

    Hi and welcome to TT&M @Catcatcat!
  20. gregory

    Changing forum signature

    And I see you made it ! Welcome to the dark side.
  21. LoveLightPeace

    Hi

    Hi and welcome to TT&M @WildWoman71!
  22. LoveLightPeace

    Not new to Tarot but new to the community

    Hi and welcome to TT&M @Mouse_in_the_Sun!
  23. LoveLightPeace

    Hello!

    Hi and welcome to TT&M @Mokona!
  24. TheLoracular

    Hello!

    Hi @Mokona and welcome! If you haven't seen it, here is a very old website by Thom & Margaret Parrot themselves about that deck. I have it on my "To Do" list to take everything there and archive it so it isn't completely lost. It is completely possible to work with the Parrot deck and learn its astrological, Qabalistic and other esoteric associations card by card and never study Crowley or any other specific occultist- except probably the Parrots themselves since so much of what they believed would be infused into their cards. Unfortunately, I don't think they actually
  25. AJ-ish/Sharyn

    Can someone identify this deck, please?

    Look closely at the art, it is pointillism. lovely. And as said above, the book is a story, about the Outer Region, land of the Cat People, four different cultures. And the author is fascinating, a sea going woman. Reminded by this thread, I've been rereading my blog posts using Tarot of the Cat People. A 2007 post made me tear up, it so associates with the post I made today, The cards tell the story, we live it
  26. Mokona

    Changing forum signature

    Thank you so much, now it makes sense Yes, it turns out I need 5 posts to be able to have a signature. Coincidentally, this post will be my 5th!
  27. Mokona

    Hello!

    Thank you both! I've edited my post to have just the youtube link!
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