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Friday, July 21, 2006

A Quick Reading on the Blog
A Past-Present-Future reading about this new blog:
Past: Princess of Pentacles. This young Celtic lass is a newbie to this endeavor. Obviously, that's me, newbie blogger, trying to learn how this whole blogosphere operates. It also represents my decision a while back to earn money (pentacles) via tarot reading online, which brought me to this decision to start this blog.
Present: Four of Pentacles. Hmmm. This guy is keeping some things safe, secret, and locked up. The thing about this card is that while he can do that, for sure, and probably should, he really won't see any growth in his endeavors unless he invests what he has into them. I think the card is telling me two things: be safe, reserve some resources for myself, but this project won't get anywhere if I don't invest in it. There needs to be a balance in order to achieve what I am aiming for. (Just to see if I was on the right track with that interpretation, I drew a clarifying card and I drew The Chariot. That card is all about balancing two opposing forces to achieve a successful result. So yeah, I was right on. It also bodes well for success providing you just get going, get moving in a direction, and keep those doggies rolling.)
Future: The Lovers. Seems we're gonna be gettin' jiggy with it here at 78 Notes To Self! Shall I bring out the erotic tarot cards? Wooo! Good times! Actually, this card is representing the commitment I shall need to make to something that I love. I love writing. I love tarot. Apparently we're a good match. There may be a crucial decision coming up for me and this card advises choosing with the heart. Do what you love.
Good advice. Thanks tarot.


  1. Recently purchased DruidCraft deck and I'm liking it quite a bit. Kaitlin likes it too.

    I enjoy reading your interpretations - helps me begin to get a handle on the cards. Gives me a wider view.

  2. The DruidCraft is a larger than average size deck and can be tricky for smaller hands to shuffle, but other than that I really like the images. They're pretty close to the Rider-Waite-Smith with a Celtic twist.

    I'll be posting more readings here. Stay tuned. :)

  3. This is a tremendous blog! I got your ring request, but I am still waiting for you to show up on the site que, if it doesn't happen in the next couple of days I will put it in myself and send you the ring html.

    As for my own blogging lately, it's been pretty non-existent, because I've just uprooted everything from LiveJournal and put it all on Blogspot (don't ask!)so I think I needed a little breather before I got going again--but maybe checking out your blog will be the kick in the pants I need.

    Also, thanks for being a (semi?)professional reader that actually keeps a blog--you have a tremendous perspective that many of us can benefit from learning from.

  4. Thanks, hermgirl. I'm really enjoying both my new line of work and blogging is a natural extension of that. There are so many tarot sites that rattle off the meaning of the cards and give the generic history of tarot, and they are valuable for what they offer, but I wanted to do something a little different, hence the "Tarot Journal" approach.
    Looking forward to becoming a member of your ring. :)

  5. Anonymous12:10 AM

    Erotic tarot? Do tell!

  6. Hehehe...Well, there's actually quite a few. I have only actually been able to read with one by Lori Walls, the others just seem odd in their imagery or offensive. The Decameron is just hilarious, but sexist, too. The one based on Casanova is sexist, also, so I'm not a great fan of most of them. The King of Swords in the Walls' Tarot Erotica is just too funny, though. I'll spring some surprise tarot erotica on the blog sometime. ;)


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