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Tarot Spread and Holiday catch up.

Merry Meet all.  Be sure to check out the latest spread I did over in the Tarot Readings section.  It was an eye opener, but it will give readers a good sense of what my tarot spread is like.  I feel most comfortable in a reading that centers itself on the current situation of the subject being read.  How they got to that point, how the past is affecting them now, how the current situation is affecting the future and what that future looks like.  It also includes their current fears and how things might turn out if they continue down the current path or Fate.  Click here to visit the Readings page.

This spread I did for myself.  It really reminded me of this recent change in my level of spirituality and where that is going.  It really re-affirmed what the last few weeks have meant to me.  It also included a wonderfully mysterious warning for the future.  The cards unfold in mysterious ways.

Speaking of unfolding, my holidays wrapped up quite nicely.  I am back at home and in full swing.  I feel well grounded and have so many projects to work on which I will keep you updated on.  Music, finding a coven, expanding this blog, spiritual growth, etc…  Rest assured I will be posting some of my music once I get a decent recording.  I have been meaning to learn some tunes from Hugin the Bard’s “A Bard Book of Pagan Songs.”  I am also in the process of making a new Athame and will post those pictures when I am through.  I am also excited to share my library with you and post the story of how I found paganism… whew!  I feel busy, but focussed.

For now enjoy the Reading and I get to work to knock out this list of mine.  Blessed Be.

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3 responses to “Tarot Spread and Holiday catch up.

  1. tarot January 9, 2010 at 7:53 pm

    Good Article. I do think that this is a good sense of what Tarot spread is like. Thanks for all

  2. bandsxbands February 6, 2010 at 3:27 pm

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    I don’t mean this in a bad way, of course! Societal concerns aside… I just hope that as memory gets cheaper, the possibility of copying our brains onto a digital medium becomes a true reality. It’s one of the things I really wish I could see in my lifetime.

    (Posted on Nintendo DS running R4 DS NetSurf)

  3. Vedezevanje February 9, 2010 at 4:32 pm

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