Welcome to another edition of the Tarot Blog Hop, the 50th no less, and our wrangler has given us the theme of musicals and music. A fitting way to celebrate, I think. But before we clear our throats, warm up our vocal chords and prepare to take the stage, here are the navigation links for the playlist.
Welcome to the Mid-Winter/Yule Tarot Blog Hop. The theme for this Hop, set by yours truly, is entitled “Wishing on a Star” and inspired by a previous Yule Hop post. I’ve asked our bloggers to reflect on what they have to celebrate from the past year and wish for the year to come. Before putting some meat on those bones, here are the navigation links for the Hop, though I hope you’ll stick it out to the end of this post and use the ones there.
Welcome to the Autumn Equinox Tarot Blog Hop, in which our wrangler has given us the theme “Tarot Characters and Sacred Cooking” and asked us to choose a character and try to find out what they would cook at Harvest Time. Before I proceed, here are the navigation links for this Hop:
Welcome to the August/Lammas Tarot Blog Hop, in which Morgan, our wrangler, has given us the theme “Respecting the divinatory arts” and asked us to discuss how we show respect for our Tarot/divination systems. Before I continue, here are the navigation links for this Hop:
Welcome to the first Blog Hop of 2017. In this, the 5th birthday of the Imbolc Hop, our wrangler has asked us:
How can I best foster the energy of the Aces in my life?
Well, I did laugh when I read that, but before I explain why, here are the usual navigation links to enable you to move through the Hop posts:
Welcome to my contribution to the Yule/Winter Solstice Tarot Blog Hop. Our wrangler has instructed us to “to go back to the Dark Side of the Winter Solstice” and reveal “a useful message from the Dark or Hidden realm of life. I’ve been a little loose in my interpretation of this directive and chosen to focus on light in the darkness.
Welcome to another Tarot Blog hop post. In this, the Hallowe’en/Samhain instalment, we have been asked to seek guidance from our ancestors or ghosts on what we need to work on in the year to come. First, I must present you with the navigation links to guide you to my neighbours:
(In other words, the links to the Previous Blog, the Master List and the Next Blog)
Welcome to the Autumn edition of the Tarot Blog Hop. The theme this time is “Foodies Guide to the Tarot” and the brief is to take your readers on a gastronomy tour of the Tarot. How could I resist? Before I attempt to tickle you tastebuds, however, I must provide you with the navigation links to my neighbours and the master list:
There, now that’s done let’s get on with the business of Foodie-ing 😀
Welcome to the Solstice Edition of the Tarot Blog Hop. On this occasion we were given the instruction to create a Tarot card from junk mail or “artwork that someone else has done”. Obviously, this is something of a major problem given that this blog is dedicated to my work on a Tarot deck so it would be inappropriate to use someone else’s.