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Tarot & Other Cards

Tarot, Kipper Cards, Oracle decks, and other forms of Cartomancy

Who’s the Fool, now?

The Magus - Rolla Nordic Tarot
Over the past few years, my perspective on The Fool/Le Mat/La Fou has changed a lot. This card is from the Rolla Nordic Tarot, and she considered it to be the true Magus of the Tarot. I'm beginning to see her point, in that within the Fool is the entire realm of all possibilities (she called Trump I "The Juggler", which fits well with my growing understanding of TI as misdirection.) As Gandalf told Frodo, “It’s a dangerous business, Frodo, going out of your door. You step into the Road, and if you don’t keep your feet, there is no knowing where you might be swept off too.”  Is it more foolish to leave home in Quest/Journey, and learn our lessons, or to remain there, "safe and secure" in ignorance? After all, "ignorance is bliss" as well.

The Bohemian Method

The “Bohemian” Method As learned from Judith McNally (Lady Siobhan, Order of the Silver Wheel, NYWTW), who may have learned it from Rolla Nordic, as they were close friends.   This method is one of the most specific I have ever used.  It fills in a lot of blanks. Your significator is taken out first…

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Lost & Found

After having been missing for over a year, one of my oldest Tarot decks, my Miniature Albano-Waite Tarot, resurfaced today, on the top of my dresser. Where my glasses live at night, and I see every day. The copyright on this deck is 1968, it's the second printing of Frankie Albano's recoloring of the Waite-Smith…

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Rolla Nordic

Rolla Noric (Muriel Berulfsen) Photograph courtesy of Adam West-Watson Rolla Nordic was a pseudonym of Murielle Doris Berulfsen (née Baker), (2 Dec 1898 - 14 Sep 1995)1 2 3 Nordic was an accomplished author, teacher, a designer of tarot cards, practitioner of divination by several means, including rune stones as well as Tarot; and under the…

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16 Dec 2019 – Daily Draw

Card of the day: Seven of Swords (Futility) Description: A man in the act of carrying away five swords rapidly; the two others of the card remain stuck in the ground. A camp is close at hand. Smith-Waite (Rider-Waite) Tarot image of the Seven of Swords. Meaning: An opportunity to withdraw from a hopeless situation and…

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