Tarot Challenge : Day 11

What spread to you use most often/prefer and why? [ full list of questions here ]

I’m a minimalist and prefer things to be quick and to the point, so the spread I use often is the three card spread. I find it very useful as it’s open ended and can be used for a variety of questions.

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2012 Pagan Reading Challenge

Below are the books I will be reading for the 2012 Pagan Reading Challenge created by The Domestic Pagan. Books for this challenge include fiction, non-fiction, memoirs, and reference books.

Start Date : January 1st, 2012
End Date : December 31st, 2012
Level : Beginner
Goal : Read 11-15 books (will try to surpass this!)

List of Books Read :

1. The Wise Woman – Philippa Gregory
2. The Sugar Queen – Sarah Addison Allen
3. Journey into Witchcraft – Starrfire Price
4. A Discovery of Witches – Deborah Harkness
5. Wicca – Vivianne Crowley
6. Incantation – Alice Hoffman
7. The Witch’s Daughter – Paula Brackston
8. Daughters of the Witching Hill – Mary Sharratt
9. In the Circle : Crafting the Witches’ Path – Elen Hawke
10. Practical Magic – Alice Hoffman
11. Sea Witch – Wendy Joubert
12. White Witch (Coven, #1) – Trish Milburn
13. ABC of Astrology – Bernie Morris
14. Mark of the Witch (The Portal, #1) – Maggie Shayne
15. Practical Elemental Magick – Sorita D’este
16. Stellar Magic – Payam Nabarz
17. Blood Faerie (Calendonia Fae, #1) – India Drummond
18. The Isles of the Many Gods – David Rankine
19. UnEnchanted (An Unfortunate Fairy Tale, #1) – Chanda Hahn
20. A Pagan Book of ABCs – Shandraramon
21. Wicca Magical Beginnings – Sorita D’este
22. Earth (Elemental, #1) – Shauna Granger
23. The Art of Spell Casting II : Intermediate Craft – Schon K. Maharaj
24. Legacy of the Witch (The Portal, #0.5) – Maggie Shayne
25. Homemade Health – Anke Bialas
26. Hekate Liminal Rites A Study of the Rituals, Magic and Symbols of the Torch Bearing Triple Goddess of the Crossroads – Sorita D’este
27. Circle of Fire – Sorita D’este
28. Witchcraft 101 – Seth Cardorra
29. Knowledge From the Sacred Tree : Runes Images and Shapes of Energy – Tina Houk
30. From a Drop of Water – A Collection of Magickal Reflections on the Nature, Creatures, Uses and Symbolism of Water – Sorita D’este
31. Energy Healing, Herbal Magic & Protection Charms – A Wiccan Practical Guide – Alice Audrin
32. Goddesses – Shana
33. The Dark Goddess – Richard Shaver
34. The Twelve Days of Yule – Shanddaramon
35. Wiccecraeft: Shamanic Magic from the Dark Ages – Sinead Spearing
36. For the Dark is the Light : A Lyric Book of Shadows – David Kent Kelly
37. Diana’s Moon Diary 2013 – Manfred Neuhold
38. Magikal Life – Tori Douglas
39. Entangled – Nikki Jefford
40. Family Tradition Witchcraft – Kit McGoey
41. The Faery Faith: An Integration of Science with Spirit – Serena Roney-Dougal
42. The Spirit of the Green Man – Mary Neasham
43. Shadowscapes Tarot Guidebook – Stephanie Pui-Mun Law & Barbara Moore

 

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2012 Pagan Reading Challenge

Below are the books I will be reading for the 2012 Pagan Reading Challenge created by The Domestic Pagan. Books for this challenge include fiction, non-fiction, memoirs, and reference books.

Start Date : January 1st, 2012
End Date : December 31st, 2012
Level : Beginner
Goal : Read 11-15 books (will try to surpass this!)

List of Books Read :

1. The Wise Woman – Philippa Gregory
2. The Sugar Queen – Sarah Addison Allen
3. Journey into Witchcraft – Starrfire Price
4. A Discovery of Witches – Deborah Harkness
5. Wicca – Vivianne Crowley
6. Incantation – Alice Hoffman
7. The Witch’s Daughter – Paula Brackston
8. Daughters of the Witching Hill – Mary Sharratt
9. In the Circle : Crafting the Witches’ Path – Elen Hawke
10. Practical Magic – Alice Hoffman
11. Sea Witch – Wendy Joubert
12. White Witch (Coven, #1) – Trish Milburn
13. ABC of Astrology – Bernie Morris
14. Mark of the Witch (The Portal, #1) – Maggie Shayne
15. Practical Elemental Magick – Sorita D’este
16. Stellar Magic – Payam Nabarz
17. Blood Faerie (Calendonia Fae, #1) – India Drummond
18. The Isles of the Many Gods – David Rankine
19. UnEnchanted (An Unfortunate Fairy Tale, #1) – Chanda Hahn
20. A Pagan Book of ABCs – Shandraramon
21. Wicca Magical Beginnings – Sorita D’este
22. Earth (Elemental, #1) – Shauna Granger
23. The Art of Spell Casting II : Intermediate Craft – Schon K. Maharaj
24. Legacy of the Witch (The Portal, #0.5) – Maggie Shayne
25. Homemade Health – Anke Bialas
26. Hekate Liminal Rites A Study of the Rituals, Magic and Symbols of the Torch Bearing Triple Goddess of the Crossroads – Sorita D’este
27. Circle of Fire – Sorita D’este
28. Witchcraft 101 – Seth Cardorra
29. Knowledge From the Sacred Tree : Runes Images and Shapes of Energy – Tina Houk
30. From a Drop of Water – A Collection of Magickal Reflections on the Nature, Creatures, Uses and Symbolism of Water – Sorita D’este
31. Energy Healing, Herbal Magic & Protection Charms – A Wiccan Practical Guide – Alice Audrin
32. Goddesses – Shana
33. The Dark Goddess – Richard Shaver
34. The Twelve Days of Yule – Shanddaramon
35. Wiccecraeft: Shamanic Magic from the Dark Ages – Sinead Spearing
36. For the Dark is the Light : A Lyric Book of Shadows – David Kent Kelly
37. Diana’s Moon Diary 2013 – Manfred Neuhold
38. Magikal Life – Tori Douglas
39. Entangled – Nikki Jefford
40. Family Tradition Witchcraft – Kit McGoey
41. The Faery Faith: An Integration of Science with Spirit – Serena Roney-Dougal
42. The Spirit of the Green Man – Mary Neasham
43. Shadowscapes Tarot Guidebook – Stephanie Pui-Mun Law & Barbara Moore

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Daily Tarot : The Heirophant

THE HIEROPHANT : traditions, ritual and ceremony, pursuit of knowledge and deeper meaning, belief systems, the teacher

While I was shuffling the cards my mind wandered and I thought about the goddess Hecate and how to better connect with her. It makes complete sense that I would draw this card as it represents the link between us and the Divine. I feel as if Hecate is the teacher I’m drawn to as I journey along this path. From the handful of books I’ve read about Hecate, she seems to be the type that doesn’t mess around when it comes to ones’ path.

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Tarot Challenge : Day 10

What card best represents you/your personality (or, is most often pulled to represent you in a spread)? [ full list of questions here ]

I must say, this question is easy as I identify most with The Star.

Meaning-wise, it best fits my personality as I am optimistic (generally speaking), generous, and am fairly intuitive. I mean, not to toot my own horn or anything, heh.

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