A spread about *BRAVERY* using the new Venetian Tarot by artist Eugene Vinitski!
The apple may have just been usurped as the most influential symbolic fruit of the historical-moralistic lexicon.
The Virtues and Vices as interpreted by medieval painter Giotto di Bondone in the Scravegni Chapel in Padua, Veneto, Italy between 1303 and 1306…
Some of the tarot’s allegorical Virtues are easy to identify… But where and how does one pinpoint the *Vices* in the tarot deck? (And how can it be useful to identify them?)
Projecting manifestation onto inanimate objects is an age-old human practice. When does it become a problem?… How do we keep symbols in perspective?
Deciphering court cards can be a challenge…here’s a look at some ways to interpret the knights in your tarot deck.
A symbol on an historical early American artisan work provides some interpretive context for recent events…
WHO’S the greatest wizard of all? …YOU ARE, that’s who!
How do you handle a client who insists on getting her fortune telling woo-woo from you…when you firmly acknowledge that you don’t read the future?
Rosie the Riveter serves as the inspiration for a self-empowerment tarot card spread!