Symbolic Triptych: A Past/Present/Future Life-Reading Snapshot

This spread is an oddity for me in that it only has three cards. But I wanted to play around with geometric symbolism and someone asked me for a small-spread recommendation. The square represents stability in past circumstances (even if only in the sense that they aren't going to change) and perfectly symbolizes the "Foundation" … Continue reading Symbolic Triptych: A Past/Present/Future Life-Reading Snapshot

Rare, Medium or Well-Done: A Timing-Card Experiment

Having made a stab at identifying specific "yes, no or maybe" cards, I decided to try my hand at assigning "fast, slow or moderate" speediness to all of the tarot cards for use in answering timing questions. Although practical success with it has proven spotty, the general consensus is that Fire cards are the most … Continue reading Rare, Medium or Well-Done: A Timing-Card Experiment

The Visual Quintessence: Six Ways to Summarize

I titled this post "The Visual Quintessence" because I'm going to show the six ways the quintessence card can be calculated in a series of photographs. You will frequently see me mention and apply the "quintessence" (or "quint") card in my tarot readings. The quintessence is a way to summarize all (or, as we shall … Continue reading The Visual Quintessence: Six Ways to Summarize

Bernie Sanders’ 2020 “Candidate’s Profile” Reading

As promised, I performed my "Candidate's Tarot Profile" spread on Bernie Sanders' 2020 run for President of the United States. The bottom line is that he might be electable if he can convince enough people that he really is on their side. As we shall see, this could be a tough nut to crack. Note … Continue reading Bernie Sanders’ 2020 “Candidate’s Profile” Reading