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Merryday Tarot Review by Beth Allen

by | Saturday, August 3, 2019 | 0 comment(s)

The best word to describe the MerryDay tarot deck by artist Louisa Poole is unique. The deck follows the Rider-Waite-Smith system generally, with some variations in both the major and minor arcana. However, if you read RWS, the differences shouldn’t be a problem for you -- and they make the deck interesting and fun. For example, within the major arcana instead of the traditional Hermit card, MerryDay has the Teacher, instead of The Wheel the deck has Lady Destiny, instead of The Hierophant,...

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Great Healing Crystals for Children

by | Sunday, July 28, 2019 | 0 comment(s)

Crystals for Kids We often get parents in the shop asking about crystals for their children. Here is a list of ones that may work really well for your kids. They can carry the rocks in their pockets, backpacks, purses, in a mojo bag or in a pendant or bracelet form. Put these crystals in their bedrooms too. Rose Quartz Rose Quartz is a great crystal for kids. It helps them develop self-esteem, self-love and attract friends. Amethyst Amethyst is wonderful for helping kids be creative and...

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Uses of Florida Water

by | Tuesday, July 2, 2019 | 0 comment(s)

Uses of Florida Water Gabriela Herstik, author of Craft: How To Be a Modern Witch, about the history of Florida water. She says: "Florida water was created in the early 1800s and it's has been used in different spiritual traditions in ritual as a way to purify and cleanse. It can be added to a bath, used as a perfume, put on energy points like the third eye, sprayed in the air, and utilized to clean a counter to name a few. The citrusy scent of the cologne means that it’s both energizing and...

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The History of Tarot

by | Friday, December 28, 2018 | 0 comment(s)

By Sarah Roberts of www.Numerolgysign.com Many people believe that Tarot is an ancient Egyptian practice described in their holy books and brought to Europe by Gypsies from Africa. But this mythology was created in the 18th century, the real origin of Tarot is much less esoteric and more revealing. Pre-European Origins While playing cards might seem like a European phenomenon, they were probably invented in China around the 9th century AD (they probably also invented the first drinking games...

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