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I have always been interested and fascinated by divination. Tarot happens to be the practice I resonate with and drawn to.
I have been dabbling with reading tarot since I was 15/16. Its been about 28 years since I found my first deck. I remember the first deck I bought; It around that 15/16 age. I seen them, and I felt a draw to them. I wanted to learn them and explore them. I purchased them at a little shop called The Book Nook. I couldn't help but feel overjoyed at my new found purchase.
I've recently decided to move from dabbling and get serious about learning, learning new spreads and new ways to interpret cards. I want to explore and become more comfortable in using that intuition on a larger scale. At some point I would like to branch out further and read not just those close to me but new people as well.
I am sticking more of myself into the proverbial 'metaphysical ocean' and getting more than my feet wet. I have a few books I've been browsing over. I'm excited for this journey.
Why did I choose the Death Card for my Tarot art piece?
People find the Death Card to be an unnerving card in the Major Arcana. If the Death Card appears in a reading, the receiving person can sometimes jump to the worst case scenario- a physical death. This could be true, though that isn't the full meaning of the Death Card. The Death Card represents an end and a new beginning. It also implies an increased sense of self awareness. It's one of the most important cards in the Major Arcana.
There is a quote by Seneca- Every new beginning comes from some other beginning's end. If I happen to pull the Death Card, that quote always comes mind. It rings true in a lot of situations and readings.
If you've never had your cards read give it a try. You might fall under their spell and enjoy learning more about them. ;)
This is a list of the cards I've collect over the years. I will put the name and a link in case your curious or need more information. Some of the cards were gifted to me from a close friend.
I thought it would be interesting to start pulling a weekly card from the numerous tarot decks I've acquired. I will choose a card, take a photo of the card and place the meaning below it. I will begin with my newest deck-The Phantomwise Tarot by Erin Morgenstern. It's a beautiful deck with hand-painted artwork. A very whimsical mixture of wonderland and cirus with a gothic flair. The image ideas came from the book she wrote called The Night Circus, a delightful read.