A look at two sides of the same coin: Masculinity, Romance and Tarot.
The Hanged Man: What to do when you should do nothing.
Today’s edition of Tarot Odd Couples is brought to you totally against my will. I do quite literally shuffle, cut and lay out two cards, and then require myself to write about the combination. Oh damn. Money. Sigh. I don’t really understand money. I just understand its effects.
The Missing Knight of Swords: A damn near perfect metaphor.
THE SIX OF CUPS AND TEMPERANCE: NOSTALGIC LONGING IN THE AGE OF ANXIETY.
I took a lot of risks when I was younger. Don’t read about them here.
YOU CAN’T MAKE SOMEONE LOVE YOU: THE PAIRING OF THE TOWER AND THE LOVERS.
TAROT ODD COUPLES: THE EIGHT OF SWORDS AND THE FOUR OF WANDS
Welcome to the second edition of Tarot Odd Couples, where I shuffle and pick two random cards from a tarot deck and discuss how to interpret them together. Also I rant about stuff. And relationships. Yes, all that. ALL THAT IN ONE MAGICAL POST HOW DO I DO IT? Read more!
Today I am offering a small excerpt from my book, “Love Tarot For Beginners” (It’s like it’s the title of the blog, or something) and it’s about one of my very favorite cards: Strength. For a woman’s reading, this card is a lot of fun, but this really does apply to any gender (or expression thereof):