Hi everyone, my first podcast interview went live today.
Because I name-drop, and because tarot is so visually intensive, I wanted to offer this post as a sort of “listener’s guide” for people who want to explore further the specifics I reference in our conversation.
You can find the Poema Podcast (hosted by James Prescott) pretty much anywhere you get your podcast, but here’s one link: Season 6, ep. 7.
Time stamps seem to be most straight-forward, so here’s what I talk about and when.
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(4:30) Blog: Little Red Tarot
(5:00) Resource: Shadowscapes Book and tarot deck set
This is the deck I used for all the live readings in this podcast. The labels in the readings are not in English – the Czech publication has bigger cards, and I found the larger cards more readable for these detailed images.
(7:35) The Empress
(8:40) Resource: book – Tarot for Beginners by Barbara Moore
(9:00) The High Priestess
(16:40) 3 of swords
(20:00) Resource: book – The Language of Emotions by Karla McLaren
(21:10) Three words reading
(21:50) Three-card example, using the words as position labels
(23:00) 8 of swords
(24:50) James’s tarot reading – each of the colored stones is a visual reminder of the quadrant the card addresses: Fire, Water, Air, and Earth.
(39:15) 10 of swords
(43:15) Resource: blog post – 2 of wands comparison/gallery
(50:40) Listeners’ tarot reading
(57:50) Resource: blog post – Tarot Card Reversals – 8 choices
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To wrap up, I’m really thankful you stopped by and investigated tarot further. These pretty cards are so useful and visually arresting, I’m glad you took the time to see them for yourself.