The Everyday Enchantment Tarot by Poppy Palin – 2018 – Schiffer Publishing, LTD.
“Profound wisdom is made accessible with this contemporary 78-card deck and expansive guidebook, which demystifies the tradition Tarot without losing its essential magic or structure. This down-to-earth yet captivating Tarot reveals the extraordinary in the ordinary, reminding you that there’s nothing humdrum about the everyday life. This warmly inclusive Tarot celebrates all life, embracing nature and the non-human beings that share our world – our unseen companions and our creature-kin. Here wild spirits and animals, car mechanics and busy parents are all equally vital, and each has something meaningful to share. These engaging individuals support and encourage you on your journey, making every day more enchanted. ” (quoted from the bottom of the box) Continue reading
Card of the Day for March 7, 2018 is from the Vision Quest Tarot by Gayan Sylvie Winter and Jo Dose’, US Games Systems, Inc. 1999
Nine of Water
“To be full of being is to live as a body-soul. One name for the experience of full being is joy.”
― J.M. Coetzee
Three card reading for Tuesday, March 6, 2018 from the Vision Quest Tarot by Gayan Sylvie Winter – US Games Systems, Inc.
Father of Earth – Two of Water – Ace of Fire
You’re in such a wondrous place right now for a new and exciting relationship. What type of relationship, you may be asking? Well, the type is completely up to you and your particular situation at this time. Your self-reliance and your self confidence are at their peak, making this the best time to join with another. If you have been seeking a soul-mate, or any type of strong bond, this is the time to let them in.
In my Card by Card Series, I examine one card and compare the art work as well as the creator’s interpretation for that card, from several different decks.
The Hermit – AnnaK Tarot
“The Hermit is an important tarot card with much to tell us, but he tends not to be so welcome around the bonfire.”
― Thomm Quackenbush
I’ve always loved The Hermit and it is one of the first cards I like to check out when I receive a new deck. I almost always associate The Hermit with the story of Merlin, more specifically, The Merlin Trilogy by Mary Stewart.