So many things have been going on recently that I haven’t done much dailies. Today I decided to rectify that. I asked the cards to tell me what is currently going on. As always, their response was direct.

Camoin-Jodorowsky Marseille

There is a transition culminating, from thought to action. With the valet de deniers pondering decisively upon the coin in his hand a thought is coming into fruition. This spread is about the materialization of ideas parting from changes in work and in the heart. Resistance and hardwork is met with harvest. I feel an ushering in of the heart’s desire and an opening that leads to prosperous endeavors.

Camoin-Jodorowsky Marseille, wooden runes

Sometimes the message of the cards is harsh and confrontational, other times, such as this, the cards are affirming. Given the changes looming on the horizon this summer, the message is pertinent and empowering. It tells me to continue the work, keep my eye trained on the goal, my heart open, and my will directed.

On another note, I recently sold some of my decks, the Cosmic, the Gorgon’s, the Golden Universal, and the Hermetic. I was very sad to see them go but I wasn’t using them and felt that it was better for them to be in a home where they will be used. Giving away the Gorgon’s was the most heartbreaking. Inversely, I received the Wildwood Tarot, one which I am very excited to be incorporating into my sacred space. I am waiting for Le Tarot Noir to arrive and I just bought a used Jean Noblet Marseille. I have been pining for a Jean Noblet for too long and someone kindly saw my call for help and sold me their spare copy. Evidently, quite a bit of goodies await my attention. For now, I will be using Camoin-Jodorowsky’s Marseille Tarot, exploring how it reads. Given that I am also reading Jodorowsky’s tarot book, I might do a review at some point. I will continue doing the storytelling posts, I really enjoy those.



Published by Natalia

An eternal lover of the literary arts, I am fascinated by words and their power. I am a diviner that writes, reads, enchants, dances and dreams.

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