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  1. @KevinM Wow. Thanks so much. I'll be diving into all of this! Appreciate the links and thoughtfulness.
  2. Glad to see you on IG! I'm at https://www.instagram.com/dejabrewtarotcafe/ I'm pretty new to tarot IG myself but have found these to follow, plus I follow #tarotreadersofinstagram: https://www.instagram.com/colorfulynn/ https://www.instagram.com/thetarotlady/ https://www.instagram.com/indiedeckreview/ https://www.instagram.com/bellwen/ https://www.instagram.com/ecstatic_rabbit_tarot/ https://www.instagram.com/amateurtarot/ https://www.instagram.com/modernmystic_tarot/ https://www.instagram.com/thedailytarot/ https://www.instagram.com/tarotbyarwen/ https://www.instagram.com/kellyann_maddox/ https://www.instagram.com/melissacynova/
  3. Hi, @Nordica De Spell! Thanks. And yes, it is a story that just mirrors ours - forever.
  4. Nice blog! You have some awesome graphics in there, such as the Harry Potter and caravan pic.
  5. Thanks @Royalalbatross, after so many years of reading, I never really delved into this kind of history. I think I'm just fascinated more as I get older about how the human makes meaning out of pretty much anything it can find. I'm intrigued. And the whole major arcana as part of a game, well, there would have to be some sort of narrative rather than just a card value, I would think. I think of how we take on the mood of a character or show when we read a book or watch a movie. I suspect, in times with less stimulus from imagery, perhaps a good card game with these images would tell a story and leave a player with a mood based on the cards that have come up in their hand or the narrative it has told throughout the game. I wonder if that was actually a part of the game. Just speculation on my part. And based entirely on how women, in particular, would love the distraction of the story to make their lives more exciting, what with all that boring needlework to sit through. Hahaha! I'm an embroiderer and hand stitcher, but i wouldn't want to have been forced to accomplish it quietly and corseted on a daily basis.
  6. This is very exciting. I have also been very interested in reading more about the original uses of tarot cards for games (and how to play them) and the history of how they got their particular divinatory meanings from whoever made it all up in the 1700s or so. Historically, it looks like it came out of nowhere, so I wonder if the system was devised from some other divinatory practice that was applied to the common playing cards of the era. I'll check out the books listed above.
  7. Thanks. I just read a bit from your site. I lived in Santa Cruz from 95-2001 and worked at Gateways. Small world.
  8. I've lived all over the US and also in Australia. I grew up on the prairie, lived in rural Alaska, and haunted the Village in New York for 10 years. The one thing that I've loved wherever I've been is the local cafe or diner. It's where the news is shared and events are centered. There are fresh baked goods and smiles. And where there are smiles missing, there are hugs. So when I started a reading business, I decided to call it the Deja Brew Tarot Cafe. It is a place for anyone who wants a cuppa and bit of open-minded company. Readings are offered by the spread and there is an open-ended one where you can ask your question(s). The shop can be found here: https://www.etsy.com/shop/DejaBrewTarotCafe My Instagram (and tarot card of the day) is here: https://www.instagram.com/dejabrewtarotcafe/ And you can also sign up for a weekly email with a reading for the week, a cafe-style recipe, usually a cafe review (which might be anywhere in the world), a book review, and some other links and thoughts. https://bit.ly/2HSsAzf Tarot is a part of my life; it's not everything, but it's been a part of my life for more than 40 years. But I also love a good cup of tea, a big soft ginger molasses cookie, hand stitchery, goth humor and art, streampunk sci fi and urban fantasy. And I learned to knit this year. Don't I sound like a lovely old lady? Don't be fooled by the grey hair. I can dance all night with my millennial daughter. After all, I was raised in dark clubs with The Clash (live), wasn't I? BTW, I'm always looking for cafe reviews. If you have a favorite cafe you'd like to tell the world about, please send me a blurb with location. I'd love to share it. I can also link back to you in the review. This is especially helpful if it's a cafe that allows readers, but not necessary. An awesome cafe is enough these days.
  9. Really lovely deck! I love the antique patina on the paper.
  10. That is a gorgeous logo! Nice feed, too. Wishing you success on the new biz.
  11. That's so nice of you to say! I had a great time coming up with the graphics and spreads for the site. I would add a link, but I don't know how. I can't see anything in 'edit profile' other than the About Me to put anything in. Sorry. Super non-techie. I'm sure there's a way. I found it! Thanks.
  12. Thanks! So you are familiar, then, with my ancestral kin?
  13. You got: You hate being alone — until you're in a big group You get lonely easily, and have strong feelings of FOMO. Are you making the most out of life? What is everyone else doing? Why aren't you out with them? But once you go out in a big group, you feel a bit overwhelmed and miss the solitude and comfort of your own company. You're still trying to find the right balance of "friend time" and "me time." This couldn't be more wrong. LOL I hate crowds and if it was possible I'd never leave my house. I LOVE being alone. I never need "friend time".
  14. You got 6 out of 6 right! Awesome job! You got all six questions right! My dad and I watched Jeopardy together all the time.
  15. Yes, I think you do! I didn't mention you as the one who referred me to the site because I didn't know what name you went by here. Love the forum. There's SO MUCH here!
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