The Practicality of Long-Range Readings

I recently received a request to do a professional tarot reading that spanned up to a two-year period. I thought long and hard about attempting it, but ultimately decided that it wouldn't be prudent, primarily because the topic was "personal life" circumstances, which can often be a euphemism for relationship matters, and situations involving other … Continue reading The Practicality of Long-Range Readings

“A Quarter for Your Thoughts” Quarterly Outlook Spread

Technically, the phrase is "A penny for your thoughts," but inflation eventually overtakes all things. I like to say that I prefer to perform inductive rather than deductive readings, working up from the details in the individual cards to create a "big picture" - or "gestalt" - overview of the matter in question. This approach … Continue reading “A Quarter for Your Thoughts” Quarterly Outlook Spread

Tormentor of Fish: A 2020 Season Forecast

Although I'm now well into my "senior" years, sit more than I should and have to be careful how much I push my limits, I still consider myself an "outdoorsman." (I like to say that I'm the only whisky-drinkin', pickup-drivin', ballcap-wearin', fly-fishin', alpine-skiin', kayak-paddlin', hill-climbin', rock & rollin', theater-goin', poetry-lovin', horoscope-castin', tarot-card-readin', grey-bearded, half-Canadian geomancer … Continue reading Tormentor of Fish: A 2020 Season Forecast

Without A Trace: A Missing-Person Roundup

There are currently three active missing-person cases in New Hampshire that I've been following closely to judge the accuracy of my readings. These cases are starting to grow cold, and at least two of them may not "break" until the winter weather does the same. In the past I have accurately (but only belatedly) divined … Continue reading Without A Trace: A Missing-Person Roundup

“Tarot-Free” Tarot Decks (or “Damn the Symbolism, Full Speed Ahead!”)

I have a problem with self-proclaimed tarot decks that strip the usual symbolism from the cards and replace it with something radically different and wholly unlikely, whether it's animals or flowers or landscapes or similar charming but overly literal artwork that conveys something other than the customary narrative cues while often being utterly devoid of … Continue reading “Tarot-Free” Tarot Decks (or “Damn the Symbolism, Full Speed Ahead!”)