Review – The Gorgon’s Tarot

The Gorgon's Tarot box coverThe Gorgon’s Tarot

by Dolores Fitchie – 2014

Published by Schiffer Publishing, Ltd.

ISBN:  978-0-7643-4590-6

“A round, mostly black and white deck with two lurking splashes of color, The Gorgon’s Tarot is an innovative and inspired way to read the Tarot.  With Dolores Fitchie’s discreet, tongue-in-cheek humor, it’s also engaging and fun to read!  Unabashedly feminine and a restrained paean of praise to the animal kingdom, it features a largely female cast, lost of animal companions, commentators, bodyguards and familiars, and a mixed bag of traditional and not-so-traditional imagery, with traces of unorthodoxy here and there.”  (excerpt from the bottom of box)

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COTD – Reasons to Celebrate

Cotd for Thursday, September 4, 2014 is from the Legend of the Divine Tarot by Ciro Marchetti 2009, Llewellyn Publications.

Three of Cups - Legend of the Divine TarotThree of Cups:  There is an English proverb that says, “A joy shared is a joy made double,” which suits this card well, with its implications of friendship and celebration.  On the Legacy tarot’s Three of Cups we see a jubilant figure erupting from the sea, and although there is only one person explicitly depicted here, that figure is surrounded by several musical instruments, which implies an equal assortment of accompanying musicians. ~James Ricklef

“It isn’t great big pleasures that count the most, it’s making a great deal out of the little ones.”  ~Jean Webster

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The Spiritual Side of Pentacles

For the COTD posting for Monday, June 16, 2014 click here

{this article first appeared in the April edition of Attune Magazine 2014}

The Spiritual Side of Pentacles

“The way to Spirit for Pentacles lives not so much in success or even awareness of value  in ordinary things, as in the work that allows us to appreciate those things.”    ~Rachel Pollack, Seventy-Eight Degrees of Wisdom.

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