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TarotBlogHop ~ Yule ~ The Black Crucible of the Magician

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Welcome to the Yule TarotBlogHop

… where we have this great group of TarotBlogHoppers working with, playing, interpreting, and / or dancing the the topic of Tarot in their own, unique ways coupled with the theme, “TURNING DARKNESS INTO LIGHT”.  Enjoy the experience of the Tarot Yule gifts one and all that you receive on this TarotBlogHop. They are Yule gifts one and all!

Welcome now

as the chaff of the warm-up sloughs off from the wheat of the intro in the BlogHop wind… and, like in theatre, the warm-up is no longer part of the Yule performance… Welcome to my iteration-gift of the TarotBlogHop Yule theme:

~ “TURNING DARKNESS INTO LIGHT” ~ 

The Black Crucible of the Magician

by Jordan Hoggard

The Black Crucible of The Magician!  WHAT?!  What is THAT?  What is the Black Crucible of The Magician? Well…

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Close your eyes. Visualize the big bowl of your night sky as a huge, black crucible you look up into. Visualize your huge night sky with stars as an immense forming-vessel, as a …Black Crucible gifted by The Magician and his first-sparks of ideas.  Then, visualize your own shooting star to strike across and square your circle of this big, black bowl of your night sky.  Remember this shooting star as a 1st spark of inspiration. Allow this 1st spark of inspiration to brighten you as it disappears into the darkness.  

Remember the 1st-spark shooting star.  Visualize that shooting star AS the 1st spark of ALL ideas.  Remember the shooting star cascading across your night sky. As you remember that shooting star, slow its instantaneous coming and going down. Slow that shooting star down as you watch it slowly cross your night sky like Inner State Highways TV.  Watch it and smile.  Watch it and imagine. Now… imagine it starting across the  sky, the Black Crucible again.  Bring your shooting star to mind and focus on it.  Like candle gazing, bring your shooting star to mind and see it up close.  Get wonderfully lost in its infinity of tinyness and distance as you cascade yourself to it up close.  

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Now, with it slowed down so you fully experience it, engage yourself to flex your temples smiling into it again… this time flexing your temples to imagine it in up close like a candle flame. As you begin to imagine it again, slow down your big bowl of night sky that is around it.  Watch the whole scene as the shooting star appears and slowly, slowly moves across your big bowl of night sky.  Slowly. Slowly.  Slowly.  And, it is gone again. Bring it back to mind again up close like a candle’s flame. Go through its magical cycle of life, its magical cycle as it dives into you through your imagination.  Experience the full cascade of energies of a shooting star seen up close frame by frame.  Run slowly through the star’s cascade across your sky again as you count to 9 across its path.  

Settle your shooting star into your imagination in its own orbit. Recall it when you need a shot of inspiration. Remember the shooting star each time as it plays slowly in long-form each time you have an idea.  Remember this slow-form of your idea to gear into ITS mode of cycles before you jump in and write it down. Feel its presence on its terms. Feel its presence on your terms.  Adjust to the pace and rhythm of each idea you have this way.  Slowly gear into each idea as that shooting star across your sky and up close. Shift focus and redirect scale as you feel to or simply do… as you steer yourself to jot down the remembrance of its own particular ways, of its own particular ways enhancing your own, particular ways. What are its identifying qualities? Does it have a name to remember it by?

Now, identify and think of something you struggle with or a challenge you enjoy AS this shooting star. No need to stay Tarot related now at this point in the meditation. You have almost gone all night in these brief moments. Visualize the morning twilight. Visualize the Psych Synapse invisi-bridge of night to day in the twilight dawn. Raise your hands up stretching like the sun stretches across the twilight horizon to birth the day. Take 4 deep breaths. 1   2   3   4. And, in your 5th breath, your chaos-central air-traffic control breath, feel all of these things come together in seamlessly synchromeshed orbits. Think about opening your eyes. Simply think about opening your eyes as the sun thinks about the day right before it comes over the event horizon of the twilight dawn.  Now slowly. Slowly. Slowly open your eyes as you inhale through your nose. As you are open your eyes, jot down an idea that comes to you right now, any idea.  

Ask yourself: “How can I actively utilize this idea to really begin to express the particular core of this idea? How is this idea  a primary connective tissue throughout all of my actions and influence. What is ts essence? What one noun comes to mind?  Write that noun down.

Now, write it down again with the word “to” in front of it to make an infinitive, a baby policy, an expression of the form-giving dna of one of your priorities. If your word was “dream,” then wrote down “to dream.” If your word was clarity, write down “to clarity.” Make your noun into a verb as you awaken inhaling through your nose flexing your temples to the new light in the day of this meditation.

Now, there’s good news and there’s bad news. The good news is that you have an idea.  The bad news is now you’ve gotta actively breathe life into it and build foundations under its dream.

Take a few moments to say nothing. Simply look around your space right at your fingertips and a little further and as far as you can see.  Write down the three close, near, and far away things that catch your eye first.  Allow these three things to tell you of an action you can take to bring your idea to life.

Smile. Breathe. Flex your temples. You are through the dark night. Now, work your idea through the day.

Cheers to your successes always. All the Best to You. You are your own Royal Court. May the Black Crucible of the Magician always show you how best to get the rubber to meet the road with your ideas from start to finish.  Start to finish. Always complete, never finished… Now, start… to finish. Start to Finish.

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“Adversity does not build character.  It reveals it.” ~ James Lane Allen

“Even in a card with no people, there’s still always one…You, looking in through the portal.” ~ Jordan Hoggard

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TarotBlogHop ~ Lammas ~ Tender’s Wisdom

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The previous stop on this Lammas BlogHop adventure is Stella T’arot’s US Games’ blog

The next stop on this Lammas BlogHop adventure is Joanna Ash’s bright SunGoddess Tarot blog.

Welcome to the Lammas TarotBlogHop

… where we have this great group of TarotBlogHoppers working, playing, interpreting, and / or dancing the the topic of Tarot coupled with the question, “What can I share from my table to enrich my community?”

First Off, One Expression of Lammas is…

The remembrance of place in the protection of the barn as a symbol of abundant storage with a sacred loaf baked with care and attention from the first harvest, and broken into four with each quarter gifted to each of the barn’s four corners. I tend to play with shapes, so I might need to do that, though sneak-bake another loaf or two to sacredly quarter and gift to the additional corners… Please don’t think Zodiac Barn.  ;-)…. errr, and so I don’t allegedly modernize your Lammas rituals or skew the good history of Lammas… well, not right off the bat at least…

Here’s a Bit Of General Lammas info for You from Wikipedia: (that I will so graciously edit in blue in parentheses in context as making bread is a process and needs to be minded.  And, though I feel the patient awareness of kneading the dough is wonderful now, it also gives me a chuckle to think back to my Dad’s “breadmaking” when I was young and bring it into now… as I tend to edit the cookbook of life so to speak with how I work though the DAYum discipline of the ritual is fortunately ALWAYS there… where the warm-up is absolutely necessary and as well not part of the baked golden performance of bread when the curtain of the oven opens.  [paragraph] Heck, in my book nothing is sacred that you can’t laugh with.  There may be Silence in ritual, though ritual is no shhhhh of a library in my house… uh hem… delegating the kneading of the 1st batch of bread to the kiddo. SOMEbody other than me was certainly laughing.  Back then the task was SO lost on me… though I certainly had no idle hands. Thankful for that now, the kneading, the incessant kneading which seemed to outlast Sisyphus though somehow served to burn out incessant needing.  All alone in the kitchen kneading that first batch my mind would wander while remaining in an intensely focused kneading autopilot.  Not too fast.  Not too slow.  And, we always kneaded together on the second and third batches. On Holidays my Dad made about 25 loaves.  Rockin’ Moroccan Anise Bread!  Hearty and tasty stuff!  I guess the real selflessness was that ANY of it actually left the house.  Though, he would drive around with 8 or so loaves each afternoon making rounds over several days with each fresh batch. He would make rounds and socialize gifting fresh, rockin’ Moroccan Anise bread.  It’s like the bread went to the four corners of the city… and also to a farm or two beyond the city limits.)

“In some English-speaking countries in the Northern Hemisphere, August 1 is Lammas Day (Anglo-Saxon hlaf-mas, “loaf-mass”), the festival of the wheat harvest, and is the first harvest festival of the year. On this day it was customary to bring to church (I’ll substitute “sacred place of gathering”) a loaf made from the new crop, (remove comma and keep kneading) which began to be harvested at Lammastide. The loaf was blessed, and in Anglo-Saxon England it might be employed afterwards to work magic. (Uhh, awkward transition that at first begs for a new paragraph and then… “Keep kneading kid, it’s good for you. Oh, and think about magic and discipline while you are kneading the dough, and how you can best switch gears and extend your thought with paragraphs to enhance their flow.  But, mostly only think about kneading the dough. If you stop, it won’t rise right.  We’ll be back shortly and we’ll check your progress. Gotta go out and get some more yeast. You washed your hands, right?”  Hmmm, I always wondered why they didn’t fully prepare with enough ingredients beforehand?  I smile now at their date-afternoon yeast errands.) A book of Anglo-Saxon charms directed that the lammas bread be broken into four bits, (remove comma… dang my hands are getting tired. WHEN are they going to be back??!)) which were to be placed at the four corners of the barn, (comma, kneading kneading. What do I do when my nose itches?) to protect the garnered grain. (uhhh, left field grinding gears.  Use the clutch next time.  Don’t knead too fast.) In many parts of England, (no comma after prepositional phrase required. I hope they get back soon as I’ll develop Superman grip if I do this much longer. OH, STRONG HANDS!!!, I am making BREAD OF THE GODS!… uh hem… they’re not back yet.  Focus.  Knead.  Keep kneading) tenants were bound to present freshly harvested wheat to their landlords on or before the first day of August. In the Anglo-Saxon Chronicle, where it is referred to regularly, it is called “the feast of first fruits”. The blessing of first fruits was performed annually in both the Eastern and Western Churches on the first or the sixth of August.”

Welcome now as the chaff of the warm-up and kneading comes off from the wheat of the process in the wind.

Welcome now as the Lammas kneading warm-up leaves, leaves toward loaves, where the warm-up is not part of the performance, and where warm and fresh is just amazing.

Welcome.

Let’s break some sacred bread together for the corners,

each friend themself a corner.

Welcome

to my iteration of the TarotBlogHop Lammas theme:

Our theme is: ~ “What can I share from my table to enrich my community?” ~ 
established, down-to-earth spirit, wisdom, new spirit, activation

established, down-to-earth spirit, wisdom, new spirit, activation

 

I Offer from My Table

I offer a poem from The Hierophant in Tarot in the Land of Mystereum (Schiffer, 2010) as the eye of a storm and center of the 5’s to express the natural and developed tool on my table that is my anti-hysterical bias, the beautiful curse born of grace under pressure kneaded and risen and baked into my soul from way too many deadlines over decades.  Heck, a bomb might go off and amidst the chaos, and I’ll most probably respond with, “DANG! I forgot my lunch today.”, and then calmly and directly address air traffic control from the eye of the storm as I pilot amidst the chaos to another completion… pilot knowing that the center doesn’t actually always occur in the middle.

I Offer from my table a poem I wrote this year for Lammas

As I thought about the Hierophant as a Silverback, I composed a poem for Lammas as my enriching gift to you and yours from my table to spread as you will.  May this bread gifted below be baked golden and quartered and gifted to your friends to protect the four barn corners of your life.  As I think of the Silverback as The Hierophant, I wonder, I knead the idea.  And, as I wonder… wondering, kneading… I wonder wondering if the tender topics in life are the most natural like dough. I wonder wondering if the tender topics are best kept tender where they feel to touch Nature itself in their naturally tender way where their adversity never builds their character… where their adversity reveals it… And, tender topics may simply knead their lives as a beautifully personal oven continually revealing their character.

A gift of a poem for you for Lammas.  

Here is the sustenance of “Tender’s Wisdom”, a poem from my table gifted to you to quarter and protect your corners.  The Silverback Hierophant’s got your back, so DIG IN AND ENJOY with you and yours!  … I have errands to go do, rounds to make.

Tender’s Wisdom

Wisdom expressed is best
with its soft curls and wisps
never cut too short or made to be brittle
by giving in to the reactionary arachnid
of conversation and reaction that bleeds things empty.
Naturally expressed wisdom,
talents honed and developed into secure abilities,
embraces wisdom in life itself wise in time in the moment
as it dispenses with futile searches for Truth.
Naturally expressed wisdom
embraces one’s own fluid fluency
fully becoming aware that Truth is not to be trusted to philosophers,
fully becoming aware that we are all similar and each unique,
and that the full Songs of Experience of Life and Love are Truth,
as Truth is born of a full life mixed up and kneaded over years
to rise up to continually be baked golden.
There feels to be a fluid fluency in the Truth of tender things,
a fluid fluency as much as coral zips back into its shell for protection,
at the same time as much the integrated armor
of a cute, ole, 600-pound tiger napping on its back
strong enough to be able to be gentle.
The Hierophant on a bad day may be the stubborn, unbending traditionalist,
though The Hierophant as Silverback has a welcoming, down-to-earth spirit
having brought spirit down to the earth long ago,
has a natural tenderness present
coupled with the strength of unflinching wits to support you.
The Hierophant,
continually baked golden and repeatedly kneaded and risen by decades under fire,
is present in those you know who live in continually evolving awareness
of their own Truth as they compassionately protect all four corners.
The Hierophant,
is present in those you know to be unflinchingly tender
while strong enough to be gentle without bluster.
The Hierophant,
continually baked golden by decades under fire,
bearing the naturally integrated armor of coral as his wits,
is strong enough to be gentle,
strong enough to be gentle.

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The previous stop on this Lammas BlogHop adventure is Stella T’arot’s US Games’ blog

The next stop on this Lammas BlogHop adventure is Joanna Ash’s bright SunGoddess Tarot blog.

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“Adversity does not build character.  It reveals it.” ~ James Lane Allen

“Even in a card with no people, there’s still always one…You look in through the portal.” ~ Jordan Hoggard

(c) 2013 Jordan Hoggard

All images (c) 2010 Jordan Hoggard

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Tarot: Continental Divide & Quicksand Questions

Tarot: Continental Divide & Quicksand Questions

“The pit crew doesn’t drive the race car.” ~ Jordan Hoggard

So, let’s say I perform like nobody’s business when I am racing in the rain like Ayrton Senna.  That’s a big statement if you are into F1 (Formula 1 Grand Prix Racing).  Roll with me here, though.  It’s raining enough to be just shy of a caution flag, and the race though is still going strong.  I fly into the pits, and the Pit Chief leans in and:

~ Pit Chief: “You might want to step it down out there a bit. You’ve lapped everyone at least once.”

~ Me: (I simply flex my left eyebrow face forward): “Did you drop the tire pressure like I asked out there . . . a bit?”

~ Pit Chief: “Yes-sir.”

~ Me: “Good.” (left hand palm forward up)  (car drops back down, look in right mirror, and foot to the floor VROOM, and roar back out on the track.)

What happened there?

Did I ignore my wise advisor, my Counsel, my trusted Pit Chief?  Did I miss an opportunity?  No, and no.  What I did was listen to what I was already planning.  Listened to the job I had delegated from the track for him to perform correctly as he felt fit.  There is trust in that millisecond of focused silence between a raised left eyebrow and my response.  In that millisecond my momentum was still filled up and effective.  Plans were being implemented at speed in real time, not generated for the first time.  Any longer, and we might as well have pulled out some Tiddlywinks, and had a game on the back wing. Heck, best two out of three?

Life can be like this kind of question interchange sometimes.  You can be on a teleconference, somebody you respect asks you a question, and you stop everything, and a discussion ensues.  Not simply to be polite.  Thing is, you’re on a teleconference, not talking or thinking to yourself, and you do.  Other thing is, as soon as you are off the teleconference, the teleconference was in a sense that millisecond of silent and focused listening.  Between your raised, left eyebrow and your response, the person you are speaking with may have informed you, may have simply been curious, may have enhanced your direction.  Then again, expressing, “I see quicksand”, to their question may be funny, might be rude,  . . . is probably going to be funny.  It’s your right foot about to go forward.  How does your steering tune and tailor where that foot is going to take you when you step it down?

The Hierophant.

A down-to-earth spirit?  A continual spirit coming down to the earth via a strong and established and stable, seated one?  What does that mean?  Can it mean how you handle questions?  Do you drop everything as if you HAVE to answer the question directly?  Are you simply thankful for their interest, though your response continues to drive differently your way?  Does their question, which implies interest . . .most all questions imply interest . . . stop you and give you a wonderfully pregnant pause to add to what you are doing?

The Page of Pentacles.

His Pentacle is integrating itself playfully as a delt tattoo.  The Magician, The Hierophant, and The Chariot are in his focus, filling the left eyebrow raised millisecond silence so to speak.  How do you step into Your Royal Court?  You’re a Page with The Hierophant who’s got your back supporting you who also centers up in the sky between The Mag and The Chariot.  Quite a pit crew I’d say.  But, you’re in the race, you’ve paused for a pit stop.  Quick, in a millisecond of temple-flexed eyebrow up receptivity and openness from the awareness of your momentum . . . aware of what’s good for you . . . quick, your right foot begins to move . . .

What’s the first thing that comes to your mind?

What’s the second?  Quick, don’t judge yourself.  Quick, being honest with yourself.  You can always “ignore it” like I did the Pit Chief earlier. Or, did I?  Are You Your Own Boss Of You!  What’s that second thing that came to mind?

Ask: Is the question like The Continental Divide or Quicksand? Either? Neither?

A Continental Divide question can be traversed, addressed in a variety of ways.  Omission is one way.  Discussion, another.  A Quicksand question can be avoided . . . if you mind your feet AND your momentum, and HOW and WHEN you respond to influences.

Feeling Your Focused Silence, Your Powerful MindBodyBeautiful Listening . . .

Filling yourself back up into your momentum with ~~ The Hierophant, The Page of Pentacles ~~ What comes together in these two cards for you?   Quick . . . and of course YOU define what fills your powerful silence.  You define”quick.”  Don’t be pushed around, forward or back or any which way.  The pit crew of your life, your support and Counsel and experience, doesn’t drive the car of your life.  And, like your gas tank, don’t let your pit crew hit “Empty.”  What comes together in these two cards for you?  Have you already instructed them from the track?  If so, how do they fit in to inform your performance?

A powerfully focused silence needn’t always last a long, meditative time.  How does your foot and that clarity in an eyebrowed millisecond help you Hierophant~Page-of-Pentacles (verb) back out onto the track of your life? . . . each time?

Jupiter’s Blessings, Jordan

Deepest Blessings and R.I.P. to You, Ayrton Senna.  Since watching you race at the 1986 Montreal Grand Prix, from the pits and from the bleachers, you have been an inspiration.  I always wondered when it was raining if you simply told people, “Keeps the tires clean . . . FASTER!” Thanks to my Uncle Chuck for THAT 3 day high school graduation present!

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Fives: Birth-Placing Identity

Tarot Birth Identities: The Fives

Welcome to my Tarot Birth Card Identity Blog!  This blog is intended to be a simple overview of Tarot Birth Cards, a casual and concise walk-through of the groupings of Birth Cards to express some of the ways that they can contribute vital components to identity.  Also, I will layer in Birth Card Preludes to express the whole of each Birth Card grouping in a short statement.  I find that these Preludes, as I like to call them, are best stated as triggers to remind one how the Birth Cards can integrate an overall expression of a Birth Card combo in a single voice.  Enjoy finding your own path with these, and look forward to hearing your own, personal “trigger” Preludes and Birth Card thoughts directly composed from your feeling-sense of them.

Note also how these Birth Card expressions and Preludes factor in to hook up and work with my videos like the Aces Four Potential and Twos To Pair on my website and YouTube channel — check out links below.  Enjoy the correspondences of the numbers as they flow back and forth between the Major Arcana in the Birth Cards and each of the suits of the Minor Arcana and Courts in the videos.  Also, I encourage you to have some fun and come up with Preludes on your own for the Aces through the Tens, and as well Your Royal Court characters.

So, let’s get started with the Fives Land of Mystereum-style, shall we?

TEMPERANCE ~ HIEROPHANT
XIV ~ V  ::  14 ~ 5
Note how the numbers of these cards add up to 5, and thus correspond with the Fives in general, and the Fives Come Alive video soon to be released on my YouTube Channel at http://www.youtube.com/user/drawsalotmore .
5’s Birth Card Prelude: With Temperance ~ The Hierophant as your Birth Cards you have the ability to experience potently stable and magically mixing down-to-earth mind-body connections.
            See how the simple Prelude statement expresses the 2 characters as facets of one personality?  Letting it flow out a bit, to expand the simplicity.  Temperance ~ you have the ability to experience potently stable and magically mixing.  The Hierophant ~ down-to-earth mind-body connections.

Temperance as alchemical mixing, magical mixing?  The Hierophant as bringing spirit down to the earth?  The “continual” aspect of The Hierophant here makes for an altogether new take on the Traditionalist . . . or Hierophant on a bad day as the stubborn and unbending traditionalist.  I find that this continual aspect applies to The Hierophant especially aptly in the context of this Birth Card dynamic duo.  Feels like Temperance might have rubbed off on the Hierophant, and maybe The Hierophant rubs off some discipline to the magical mixing ritual of Temperance . . .  and brings them together as a cohesive alchemy.  I rather like that.

With this Birth Card dynamic duo The Temperance card as a higher number can represent your Outer Expression, you, elevated and expressing yourself.  This is how most people ‘see’ you in the world.  The Temperance card is known for its ability to balance contrasting intensities.  With the Temperance card representing your Outer Expression experience your natural abilities to bring things together, to magically mix them much as nature does.   Know that you can pour away interruptions without upsetting the balanced continuity of your flow.  Keep sight to continually keep each contrasting intensity strong in its identity and freshly contributing to continually build value.

The Hierophant represents your Inner Expression, the depth of your identity, your character.  This is a side of you that only your closest family and friends ‘see’.  The Hierophant as your Inner Expression can symbolize that you have natural abilities to feel down-to-earth mind-body connections.  You have a down-to-earth spirit with which to infuse your world.  New spirit is continually brought in, down to earth, and there you are your own father figure or traditionalist placing and integrating things in your own, personal way.

Putting them back together again in Prelude form minus the titles, incorporating them as a reflection and expression of personality:  You have the ability to experience potently stable and magically mixing down-to-earth mind-body connections . . . matter of factly as a normal personality trait.  And, this is SO not normal . . . Is this one of your natural qualities that you are able to exalt to keep the things you do refreshed and in so doing free yourself up to build more value in your life?  I find that when things are integrated AND contribute their own strength of identity in their own ways, oftentimes simplicity is also vibrantly expansive.  Like the ocean, always continually ebbing, constantly flowing.  Always is still simply the ocean, simply a body of water, and my my expansively deep and discovery-quest-level HUGE!
I hope you have enjoyed this Temperance ~ Hierophant Birth Card Identity Blog.  May you find it useful in your process as you further explore and enhance and express your own, personal Tarot voice!  Tarot in the Land of Mystereum is all about the life-long process of emancipating your Tarot voice in YOUR way.  “All similar, each unique” as The Land of Mystereum’s mascot says.  I will also put some more words in Chiron’s mouth ;-D and add, “Always complete, and never finished.”
And, in closing . . . Enter The Hierophant speaking directly
“I am the Hierophant, your spirit continually coming to the earth.  I am the source of your life force.  I fill you with light.  I permeate Mystereum along with The Hermit, and address you with ‘I’ to stabilize your identity for love in The Lovers to come next.  The Hermit’s wise and reflective light comes to provide a darkness that consolidates ideas like the moon.  Through the wisdom of that which is pure and not-knowing, I provide an inner light which turns on the mystery of life itself.  Turn on the mystery of life itself within you and I am there.  Feel it in your ideas!”
~ (c) 2010 Jordan Hoggard
~ excerpt from “Tarot in the Land of Mystereum” published by Schiffer Publications
If this article freed you up to be more you in your way, I am thankful.  Happy New Year!  ‘Till next time . . .

Jupiter’s Blessings from The Land of Mystereum, Chiron The Mystereum Mascot, & The Hierophant
Jordan Hoggard

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