Printed in 1491, the Sola Busca is the earliest known 78-card tarot deck in which every card is illustrated — all the majors and all the minors. How does it hold up to modern day readings, and what can it teach us today?
Modern Magic: A Crone's Take on the Witchcraft Fad The practice of the Old Ways has become big business, and it’s kind of breaking my heart. Don’t get me wrong, I’m all for practitioners making an honest living with their skills and experience and talents, but our ancient, sacred way of life has become bastardized… Continue reading A Crone’s Memories of Magic: The Pregnancy Pendulum
What falls to the floor, comes to the door. So, what does it mean when a card jumps out of the deck? Is it nothing or is it most definitely something?
What does it mean when a tarot card is dealt upside-down? It depends who you ask. One reader — or tarot book — might tell you that a flipped card (also known as a Reversal) means the exact opposite of its upright counterpart. Another might insist that it means nothing at all, and that the… Continue reading Reading Reversals in a Tarot Spread