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I like to ask the cards to decide things for me. It’s a sign of the kind of bravery favored by fortune.
If you read a book of wisdom, you can distill its message further and on the basis of your own take on it, create a 3-card spread.
Creating magic in the dark is not a myth. It’s reality of the highest.
Honoring the dead by creating collage art.
An example of why asking specific questions gets you far.
I don’t rely on meaning because it doesn’t exist. How about you?
Sometimes you’re looking for the appropriate words to say something. Asking the cards about it can give you a push in the right direction.
21+1 Fortune-Teller’s Rules is out, a very fine collaborative project with 37 diviners participating in formulating their finest wisdom about cards and life.
When your significator is none of the usual suspects.