An Alternate Approach to On-line Reading

As I've said many times before, I'm suspicious of any card-reading method that doesn't involve a querent physically handling the deck. Consequently, I shy away from on-line reading except under very limited circumstances. One of my "work-arounds" is to request that remote clients shuffle and draw from their own deck of cards, then tell me … Continue reading An Alternate Approach to On-line Reading

“I Yam What I Yam . . .”

". . . and dat's all what I yam!" (In the immortal words of Popeye the Sailor Man.) I came across a neat bit of wisdom on Andy Boroveshengra's blog Fortuna's Picturebook that I'm going to borrow for the theme of this post: "Cards are never something else before they are themselves." https://abcartomancy.blogspot.com/2019/07/shall-i-compare-thee.html Andy was … Continue reading “I Yam What I Yam . . .”

What Happened to Linda? – A Missing Person Case Closure

Linda Minery had been missing from Hillsboro, NH since April of this year, and was just found deceased inside a storage unit that she rented in that town. https://www.concordmonitor.com/Hillsboro-NH-missing-woman-s-body-found-in-storage-unit-27394864 Several things stand out from the reading I did on April 9: https://parsifalswheeldivination.com/2019/04/09/what-happened-to-linda-a-missing-person-spread/ This was the instance that caused me to consider whether the stipulation in … Continue reading What Happened to Linda? – A Missing Person Case Closure

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