On a crucial difference between collectors and diviners. K. Frank Jensen and I would not agree on everything. But fun we had in the process.
Thoughts by a coffin. K. Frank Jensen and his love.
A rare view of a rare deck of cards. Pamela Colman Smith close-up, and a dream of theatre.
We all know it, and if we don’t all know it, we all feel it, and if we don’t all feel it, we all think it, and if we don’t all think it, we all desire it: A strong connection to the unseen, to the ones who came before us.
Tarot at RUC: A Diplomatic Encounter On Tuesday the 14th of April 2015 Roskilde University Library has hosted an unusual… Read more TAROT FOR DIPLOMATS
I’m calling my post today The Shining, to allude to the horror book by Stephen King, but I could just… Read more THE SHINING
I have written about the so-called Tironian Lenormand cards before, in connection with a lovely gift from collector K. Frank… Read more TIRONIAN LENORMAND REVISITED
While playing with some funny cards, it occurred to me that today is Pixi’s birthday. Pamela Colman Smith, the Grand… Read more TAROT: BETWEEN ART AND MONEY
While pondering my academic life, it occurred to me that both my lowest and my highest university degrees (an MA… Read more RED WIRTH
Today is my friend’s birthday. A woman well-known to some in the cartomantic community. Witta Kiessling Jensen, artist and wife… Read more BIRTHDAY