How to read playing cards so you won’t loathe your fortunetelling business.
On what happens when we wash a dead thing.
How is it possible that the cards fall on the table just perfect?
The surface and the story behind the surface. Read for both.
A month ago I wrote here about finalizing three book manuscripts and a deck of cards. Since I like to… Read more THREE NEW BOOKS
What happens when you don’t qualify ‘wok’ and ‘fun’.
Card enthusiasts know it well. Perform a google search, or use the search engine of a museum, and voilá, before… Read more Fashionable English Lenormand in 1887: The gift of Kamekichi Tsunajima
An example of the kind of feedback I give students.
I like to talk often about my weariness with causality and the need to explain everything and justify everything according… Read more MAGIC AS A COIN, A HORSE, AND A WHEEL
I like to ask the cards to decide things for me. It’s a sign of the kind of bravery favored by fortune.