And the Band Played On

Since the American political "stew," which has been at a steady simmer for a long time, appears to be about to come to a full, raging boil again, I figured I should take a look at the Democrats' chances for impeaching Donald Trump. I used my "Enemy at the Gates" vulnerability spread with my favorite … Continue reading And the Band Played On

Aristotle’s Theorem: A Situational Gestalt Spread

I've started creating spreads specifically for use with the Tarot de Marseille (but certainly not limited to it). Here is my most recent one, a sophisticated layout that can be read in whole or in discrete parts, three cards at a time or the entire 24-point tableau plus knighting. I built it around an industrial … Continue reading Aristotle’s Theorem: A Situational Gestalt Spread

What’s In a Name?

Samuel Liddell Mathers was one of the seminal figures in the annals of modern esoteric tarot, having co-founded and eventually dominated the Hermetic Order of the Golden Dawn, single-handedly penning a large portion of the tarot curriculum that was compiled in Liber T. (Hmm, why does spellcheck keep trying to substitute "single-underhandedly" and "single-highhandedly?" Maybe … Continue reading What’s In a Name?

What Happened to George? – A Missing-Person Reading

FINAL UPDATE: The remains were determined to be those of George Cross; they were found in a wooded area east of where he was last seen, in line with my original prediction. His death has been ruled "not suspicious." UPDATE #2: There may finally be a break in this case. Human remains have been found … Continue reading What Happened to George? – A Missing-Person Reading

One Is The Loneliest Number . . .

. . . until it becomes a catalyst for change. In the song of the title, Harry Nilsson was talking about the stifling torment of emotional rejection, but French tarot writer Joseph Maxwell had a different idea. Maxwell considered the number One to be the primal unity, perfect in its indivisibility and needing no amplification. … Continue reading One Is The Loneliest Number . . .