Wednesday, September 15, 2010

Tarot Readings by phone, Skype or in person now

I've decided to try something a bit new for me. Well, only new as far as the medium goes. OK, I totally LOVE my own pun there :-)

I've been reading Tarot for my friends and family for about 20 years and while I'm never quite sure if I've done a good enough job, I've always been told my readings are dead on. I'm hoping that this will be a fun, informative and helpful blog for people interested in this less serious, more creative side of life.

I'll start by pulling a card a day for myself in the morning, giving myself a mini-intuitive reading and a follow-up the next day to let you know how close the reading was. This will serve a few purposes. First, I'd like to build my readership by offering to pull a card for one of my lucky readers who comments the day before. Second, It will keep me accountable to post each day.

For those of you who know me well you know how random and spontaneous I can be. Translation: unpredictable, unorganized, and haphazard!

I'll pull and post my first card for myself tomorrow morning. I plan on drawing a name from the previous weeks commenters every Tuesday. Let's call it Tarot Tuesday shall we? The winner will receive a full Celtic Cross Spread with me that week live, via Skype or phone if preferred.

Spread the word to your friends because I also plan holding a contest once a month for a Skype party reading. Gather 5 friends and give your group a name. At each full moon (or convenient date) I will give each member of the group a free 20 minute reading via Skype.

Let me know what you think of this idea for a blog. Is it something people are interested in? Have any ideas? What would your ideal eclectic blog contain? I want to build a little tribe here and not just talk to myself so please chime in even if it's just to say 'Hello'.


JargonTalk said...


But what is a full Celtic Cross Spread? Is it like a blanket or a comforter? Or should I google it?

Andrea Ursula said...

You crack me up! ROTFLMAO REALLY!!! I guess I should explain that the Celtic Cross is the most commonly used Tarot spread. It consists of 10 cards and can give a great overview of the querent's situation at the time of the reading.

...a BLANKET, that's classic!