Sunday, December 23rd, 2012

Tarot Riddles β€” Tarot of the Absurd

[continued from yesterday’s post]

After purchasing my first deck,

I sat down to learn the meanings of the twenty-two Major Triumphs in order to compose

The Tarot Riddles.

The riddles are not intended to describe the image on the card; they are to describe the essence.

This was my first understanding of the tarot deck. It was from these riddles I began to illustrate

The Tarot of the Absurd.

The Tarot Riddles


DownloadΒ The Tarot Riddles, print them out, cut them up, & put them in orderΒ as the Tarot of the Absurd is ordered. The first ten people who take their time to do thisΒ will earn themselves either (1) two cute little magnets OR (2) the offer of free shipping on a deck of cards/Β $5 off international shipping. (Are there even ten people who read this blog?)Β And if you just want some cute little magnets (Strength & 7 of Cups), I’m selling business-card sized magnets for $2 each. Any questions? Anyone wanna try? Anyone? Anyone? Hey! Spread the word!


9 Responses

  1. Ian says:

    I’ll give it a try. Your deck is absolutely beautiful, and parallels my understanding of the cards better than any other deck I’ve seen. Thank you so much for putting in all of the time and effort to create it.

  2. Jessica says:

    Yes, one!

  3. Julie Luker says:

    I did it! And I want to order your deck, as well. Just sent you an email…

  4. Judith says:

    Gosh, I’ve been away in my mind somewhere or other but found this finally and I have printed these. I like it simply as a meditative exercise. Good to ponder words and images and the sense of things in a quiet way.

  5. Kat (Baylys) says:

    Read the blog (am I 3 or 4?) but can’t print due to printer throwing hissy-fit.

    Good to read though.

  6. kat (Baylys) says:

    Oops, still haven’t done this. Can’t wait to see your book. A friend of mine has seen my copy of TotA and now she wants a copy too. πŸ™‚

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