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“Today’s Tarot” (Tarot & Popular Culture)

As mysterious and subculture as Tarot can be, it does appear in various areas of pop culture. Tune into this episode to hear our discussion on Tarot in pop culture.
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Resemblances to celebrities in Cosmic Tarot reference in Warlock III (movie) reader as one of the psychics in X-Files (tv) episode the cards given to the magicians in Now You See Me (movie) James Bond uses the Tarot (Live and Let Die) often recommends these reads in her readings:

To get you in the mood (what mood is the question):

A bit about the Happy Squirrel origin:

Archived webpage of the Peanuts Tarot

The nearly cloying Happy Tarot

The Housewives Tarot – Kitchy 50s/60s themed deck

Joan of Arcadia (tv) – no Tarot? (starts at 5:13)

Twilight (novels, movies) vampires that have precognitive abilities

Speaking of Stephanie Meyer, here’s another of her books:

Einstein quotes on creativity and imagination:
“Logic will get you from A to B. Imagination will take you everywhere.”
“Imagination is more important than knowledge. For knowledge is
limited to all we now know and understand, while imagination embraces
the entire world, and all there ever will be to know and understand.”
“The true sign of intelligence is not knowledge but imagination.”

Article on Graham Hancock’s banned TED Talk

Guerrilla Skepticism organization: yes, it’s real

Attachments area
“A Little Tarot Q&A”
For this episode we address some of the common questions we’ve gotten about Tarot in general

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Richard Dawkins, devout skeptic Wood Tarot

David mentions the esteemed Mary K. Greer…

…but the book he mentioned is actually by a different author(s)

Psychic Tarot: Using Your Natural Psychic Ability to Read the Cards

by Nancy Antenucci and Melanie A. Howard

Mentioned by Ronda:

The Pictorial Key to the Tarot by Arthur Edward Waite

(free online – thanks, public domain!)

The book David was actually referring to –

addressing the experience of reading professionally

The Street Smart Psychic’s Guide to Getting a Good Reading by Lisa Barretta

Theresa Reed, professional Tarot Reader

her answer to making a living reading Tarot on our site:

More info on her business mentoring service:

Mandala Sand Painting by Tibetan Lamas

Once again, a site favorite of ours – Aeclectic Tarot

Their forum where you can participate in friendly reading exchanges

Fun Twitter hashtags for practice

Kate’s Tarot challenges

David’s blog posts references

Resembling him from the knees down

Hissing bloated peppers

“Out of the Tarot Closet”
For the new year we decided to take on the topic of being a closeted
Tarot reader. Do you brazenly declare your love for Tarot or is it
something you keep to yourself? Join us as we share our perspectives
and experiences on being open about our work with Tarot.
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Kate is all excited about this deck she just ordered from Etsy:
Dame Darcy Mermaid Tarot just received this deck from his wife as a Christmas gift:
Quantum Tarot version 2.0’s Kate’s post on questions to ask your deck: out Benebell Wen’s site for great Tarot deck reviews and other
interesting stuff
http://benebellwen.comRonda’s first deck, an oracle deck of sorts:
Medicine Cards: The Discovery of Power Through the Ways of Animals Andrews has a Tarot deck!
The Animal-Wise Tarot for others to practice Tarot reading?
Try for Tarot groups referred to two of his “oracle” decks:
The Dreaming in Color: Luman Deck Light Cards by Meg Blackburn Losey, author of The Secret History of
Consciousness great website resource for any and every Tarot Reader:
Aeclectic Tarot: dedicated to the diversity and beauty of Tarot since 1996
“The 1000 Lb Gorilla in a Santa Suit”
This time of year it’s hard to discuss Tarot without the holiday
season muscling its way into the topic, but we don’t let that stop us!
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“In Guides We Trust”
 “I Ain’t Afraid of no Tarot”
Tarot and Halloween fun!
 “Ghost in the Machine” 
Sit in on our conversation about how Tarot ties into mediumship, and
check out some of our own experiences with contact from the “other
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The Convoluted Universe by Dolores Cannon A Romance of Many Dimensions by Edwin A. Abbott of a Psychic: Shattering the Myths by Sonia Choquette Myss – author, intuitive healer, mystic from City Slickers – “The one thing” Magic: Tarot is the Only Tool You Need by Donald Tyson In Food: Legends, Lore & Spellwork by Scott Cunningham

 “You know, THAT client” 

Join us as we discuss different challenges during a reading… challenging questions, clients, and situations.
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The Tao Oracle deck
Premier August 2014

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