Tarot: A kind of Quantum computer?

I first became familiar with Quantum theory back in 2010 when I was a nursing student completing my acute psychiatry placement. One of the patients there was a Native man who suffered from bipolar disorder, but who is also one of this country's most brilliant minds when it comes to Quantum physics. In order to... Continue Reading →


Into each life a little sadness must fall

The recent passing of my dear Nana was not unexpected. Yet, the profound sadness I felt mixed with relief that her suffering had finally ended left me feeling drained and withdrawn. I had no interest in taking enjoyment in writing a daily instalment of the December FairyTale Challenge as I was immersed in my grief.... Continue Reading →

No posts for the week

Hi there readers. Just wanted to let you know I'll be doing my best to catch up the Tarot Fairy Tale Challenge next week as I've suffered a loss in the family and have no desire to pull cards or blog at the moment. Thank you for your being here on this blog. Your presence... Continue Reading →

TR Fairy Tale Challenge: Day 4

Meanwhile in another part of the fairy tale kingdom.... Peter sat brooding in the hammock perched a mere 15 feet above the floor where three cards lay along with a note scribbled in invisible ink by that wretched Gypsy. Peter was brooding because he'd already treated the parchment and coaxed it to reveal it's secrets,... Continue Reading →

Tarot Fairy Tale Challenge: Day 3

The Gypsy blew gently on her basil tea and set the cup down in front of her, carefully regarding her friend the Fairy God-Mother over the rims of her glasses. The FGM had adopted her 'crone' physique for occasions such as this, where tea and gossip were involved but had the power to appear in... Continue Reading →

Tarot Fairytale Challenge: Day 2

....Where Cinderella returns to question the Gypsy about why her step-mother is evil.....after all, to win a battle of any kind, one must know your enemy! Cindy: I took your advice, old woman, and returned home to reclaim my power and confront my evil step-mother. Instead I came home to find my step mother crying... Continue Reading →

Tarot Fairytale Challenge: Day 1

December's Tarot Challenge on Tarot Rebels Facebook group starts off with an unusual prompt: "What if Cinderella went to the ball in her regular clothes?". For this challenge I chose the Tarots of the Golden Dawn (1995 Lo Scarabeo) deck and laid three cards out as in a past, present, future type of spread as... Continue Reading →

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