In Section Two of my book Tarot Reading Using Storytelling Techniques, I wrote my version of the stories of each of the 78 Tarot Cards. Since then, many of my book’s readers have contacted me, and shared with me their card stories, which I have read with great joy. Therefore, it gives me great pleasure to introduce to you the Tarot Card Stories by Joana, a wonderful lady who contacted me via FaceBook, and shared these brilliant stories with me. I hope you enjoy them as much as I did.
Romance. Relationships. Love. These are the main topics of at least 90% of the readings I do for my clients. On the occasion of Valentines Day, lets have a look at the different cards in the Tarot deck that talk about romance in the Tarot Cards.
The Japaridze Tarot Card Deck has been created by the contemporary, surrealist artist Nino Japaridze.
Born in 1961, in Tbilisi, Georgia, Nino Japaridze is a talented artist. She has widely exhibited her works since her childhood. After completing her studies in the Fine Arts Academy, she moved to Paris and began exhibiting her work all across Europe. Today, she works and lives in Paris with her daughter, Anna.
Tarot for Writers by Corrine Kenner is an amazing resource for writers and storytellers across the world, who are looking for another source of inspiration for their work. Let’s have a look at what this book is all about.
The myth of Isis and Osiris is an immortal story of love, betrayal and revenge. And several images / symbols that relate to this egyptian myth find their way on the images of the Tarot cards. Today, let’s have a look at the myth of Isis and Osiris.