We all remember a certain point in time when we got introduced to something new. Wether it was music, movies, a game, or even the tarot. Yep, the mystical deck that was at one time found in book stores or the new age shops is now everywhere. Hell, even Spirit Halloween sells decks! Of course, many of us were introduced to it before we even knew what it was. When I was a kid, I’d see images in books that made mention of the cards, but also on the tube in various shows and movies. Possibly the most memorable for me was this commercial that ran on WKBD50 Detroit from the late 80’s to the early 90’s. Click on it, I dare ya!
Needless to say, first deck looked very familiar. Also, like many others, it was the Rider Waite (or Rider, or Rider Waite Smith, or RWS, etc.) The images in those cards made me proclaim “Of course!” when I first flipped through. The RWS cards might not be the only deck that you’d recognize. Many versions of the tarot have been featured in various media over the years. Since I got the first deck, I too have adapted other decks into my regular readings. It’s nice to have a variety and let’s face it…..they’re also fun to collect! However you stumbled accross it, I hope it helps you and that you enjoy your time spent with them.
Now for a quick reading. The Empress. Get a bit wild and let the creative part of your soul loose when working on your latest project and have a bit of fun. The King of Swords. It could be that falling back on good old “know how” and applying what you’ve learned over the years could just be the thing that you need to get things going. The Six of Pentacles. You can get through and achieve in the physical realm and it will probably take some hard work, but it will be worth it. You got this.
Until next time, stay cool. I know you will.