When your significator is none of the usual suspects.
How much is too much? How much is too little? When reading the Grand Tableau you want to know what your measuring stick is.
A grand tableau lesson based on a student’s reading of her own cards followed by my feedback on her reading.
I don’t practice magic because I ‘believe’ in it. I practice magic because it helps me dislodge all my habitual patterns of thinking.
After waiting a long time for the postal and customs service to clear the ‘Art’, a most anticipated set of… Read more MAYBE LENORMAND
Three days ago a woman psychologist wanted to know what kind of an impact her research has made on a… Read more CONFLATED SYMMETRIES
In a recent discussion with Rachel Pollack about inspiration, I suggested that we look at the etymology of the word.… Read more BURNING SERPENT
In honor of my new deck, A Helium Poet, my partner, Bent Sørensen, an inveterate card-player and divination connoisseur, decided… Read more LENORMAND GRAND TABLEAU: THE CLOVER
Last week I was on the west coast in Denmark, showing my friend Witta Kiessling Jensen the sites. The whether… Read more MY LENORMAND DECK: A HELIUM POET
Prompted by a question from a cartomancer as to whether I have a house system for reading the grand tableau… Read more HOUSES IN THE GRAND TABLEAU WITH PLAYING CARDS