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“At the top left there you can see my Vertigo Tarot from a long time ago, looking a little worse for wear.”
“The wizardly moniker came from the fact that I had been interested in Tarot cards for years and years, and identified with The Magician (he who uses the forces of the world for the betterment of all) ... and being a life-long D&D player probably didn't hurt.”
“Not all of Tarot is related to the occult or fortune telling.”
“The Tarot is but a useful tool contrived by others who have gone along the path before you.”
“Indeed, this symbol appears frequently in Tarot, both upright, inverted, and combined to form a cross.”
“Both writers offer derivations of the word Tarot from what purport to be transliterated phrases of ancient Egyptian, without citing any hieroglyphic forms.”
“The cause for her new blog is her upcoming Fairy Tale Tarot, which is due to be published in September 2009 by Llewellyn.”
“The Tarot is a powerful storytelling device and is built on the archetypes of human personality and interaction.”
“Strombel informs Sondra that Peter Lyman, a handsome London aristocrat and political up-and-comer, is actually a serial murderer known as the Tarot Card Killer.”
“The wheel of the Tarot is the wheel of Dharma," Mama Sutra said softly when he had concluded.”
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