SOON ON THE QUEENS SWORD: ARTIST’S ADVICE The Queen’s Sword has a new feature! And I am very happy to say MM Meleen is the one going to kick off this new column. In Artist’s Advice (If you have a much cooler name, I am aaaaalll for it :D) deck designers and tarot/divination authors share unique material: reading tips, tarot background material…you name it! They give The Queen’s Sword readers original tips while showcasing their newest release; deck or book. For you this means a sneak peek & great content in one: tools to make you a better diviner. Little extra: while this won’t be an ‘always’, The Queen’s Sword might (later) add a mini-review of said book or deck if I happen to have a (review) copy. Those will be published – pro’s and con’s – on the The Queen’s Sword Facebook page. So…this new feature. Details? When: June 6th 2017. Who: MM Meleen. What: Let’s face it…telling you will spoil the surprise! Join me on June 6th, the first Tarot Tuesday of the month for this amazing Tarot Tuesday Tip and discover her wisdom for yourself. I am pretty sure the genius MM Meleen won’t disappoint. Which: In the first…
Tarot as a support for psychology, tarot therapy, tarot as a transformative tool, tarot for personal growth… Those are all terms we’ve heard and seen before. It is not a secret anymore tarot can be used for other things besides divination. However, in the literature the psychology angle has been unexpectedly scarce. Arthur Rosengarten’s Tarot and Psychology is probably as famous as it is ‘old’. Tarot at a Crossroads steps into this void
I decided to give you a golden oldie. Sure, a review site usually shows the newest releases (patience my darlings, the 2016 beauties are not yet published), but I do not want to forget about tools and books that are still useful years after their first release. So today: Everyday tarot: a choice centered book.
The title of the publication, a choice centered book, becomes immediately clear in the introduction. Author Gail Fairfield says we, not others make and form our own lives, we choose and we respond.
We as readers have a choice on how to deal with life and everything that the universe throws at us. Whether it is
For years Tarot was my one and only love. I ‘dabbled’ in an oracle or two, but that was it. Until a course some time ago renewed my interest and convinced me it is a great stand-alone to get advice or ‘divine’. I myself realized that in combination with Tarot it gives even more remarkable results. Oracle after Oracle now enters my cupboard. The Vintage Wisdom Oracle was the first. Did she affirm my thoughts or was this one a big disappointment?
The Vintage Wisdom Oracle is a deck consisting of 52 cards and an 80-page guidebook. It comes in a very sturdy box that is…