Tag: holiday

Celebrating Winter Holidays

It’s the beginning of December, and in the Pacific Northwest, that means it gets dark really early and the Sun rises late. We have a lot of darkness this time of the year, and in Portland we make up for that darkness by celebrating a lot. My family isn’t religious, but we still celebrate Christmas… Read more »

The Tarot Blog’s First Year

There hasn’t been very much activity on the Tarot reading front in December. Last year, it was a very slow month. This year, I focused my December efforts in other directions. I already have events planned for 2015, though. Stay tuned for details! Thank you all for the support you showed me in 2014. Here’s… Read more »

Guerrilla Pop-up Tarot Readings

As many of you know, I am searching for a new regular venue for Tarot readings. We all lament the loss of the Press Club, and I in particular miss the cartomantic comfort of that table by the bar. I want to find a location like that again. We are going to try an experiment…. Read more »

The Festival of Thoth

This post is just marginally related to Tarot. Today I’d like to talk about Hermeticism and the Feast of Thoth. Hermeticism describes a poorly-understood school of mysticism from the early centuries of the Common Era. It arose in northern Egypt, around Alexandria, and was contemporary with the early Gnostics. We don’t know a whole lot… Read more »