Speaking of concept decks, this arrived today. I’d forgotten that I ordered it! (Much as I recently wound up with two copies of a Gypsy Oracle deck, although in that instance one was listed as “cards” whole the other was …Continue reading →
More work on the website today, most of it behind the scenes, which should be mostly invisible to you, the visitor. Today’s card is the Seven of Pentacles, and matches well the question of “Ashleigh, Ashleigh, how does your garden …Continue reading →
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. Meaning: An opportunity …Continue reading →
The Frankie Albano edition of the Waite-Smith deck has long been a favorite of mine. I’m exceedingly fond of the miniature version, which fits comfortably in my hand as is easily portable. Sadly, I recently learned that my oldest copy of this deck has been damaged by something being spilled on it, and so I’m researching my options towards a replacement. While searching, I found this video on YouTube.
An interesting comparison of one of the oldest Tarot decks, with the Waite-Smith deck. In 1907 the Busca-Serbelloni family sent from Milano to British Museum the black and white photographs of the complete Sola-Busca Tarot deck, perhaps at the request …Continue reading →