[If you haven’t read Part 1, you can do so here.] In my previous post, I talked about the idea of having a Tarot patron, a card that represents me and what I do as a reader. I think of this card as different from a significator, representing something aspirational (outside of and higher than the self) as […]Read more "On Tarot Patrons, Part 2: Pulchritudo in Omnia"
I’ve given a lot of thought to this question over the years. To me, it seems to illuminate a fundamental schism in the Tarot community, between two different (and perhaps even irreconcilable) reading styles: “traditional” readers and “intuitive” readers. Anyone who has read previous posts on this blog will know without a doubt that I […]Read more "Is Tarot an Art or a Science?"