I'm pleased to introduce another great feature to the Fool Stop Tarot Blog–Tarot Dilemmas!
Tarot Dilemmas are fictional situations where YOU get to test your skills as a reader. Consider the dilemma, ponder the cards and render your advice–it's that simple…and fun! There are no wrong answers, so let those insights fly.
The benefits? Beginners get reading practice and seasoned Tarotists hone their skills–and we all gain from seeing the cards in new ways!
But this inaugural Tarot Dilemma has yet another benefit.
Oh yeah, baby…it's giveaway time again! Woohoo!
This time, you can win the new Sun and Moon Tarot by Vanessa Decort. You may remember that I profiled this deck a few weeks back (click here to read the post and see card images).
How can you win? Simply share you take on the cards for this first Tarot Dilemma as if you were actually giving this fictional person advice. Want to multiply your chances of winning the random drawing? EVERY post you make on this thread counts as an entry!
No one-word answers, though, or mere words of agreement or disagreement. Instead, please contribute thoughtful and honest information, feedback and advice to our make-believe querent or your fellow posters–as well as any questions you may have (in case you happen to be insanely curious like myself).
Remember to be considerate! (But I didn't have to tell you that…you guys are great.)
So without further ado, I present our first Tarot Dilemma!
Donna Rambunkle has a problem. [Suddenly, I feel like Gene Rayburn from Match Game…]
Her pre-teen daughter, Seneca, has been uncommunicative and moody. Donna isn't sure what's wrong or how she can best relate to her daughter. She wants to be supportive, but not intrusive–available, but not smothering.
She comes to you for advice. From the Fenestra Tarot, you draw the following cards:
SIX OF CUPS 2 OF SWORDS 9 OF PENTACLES
Based on the above cards, how do you assess the situation? What will be your advice to Donna?
Remember, all thoughtful, considered posts will be entered in the random drawing to win the Sun and Moon Tarot by Vanessa Decort…but you only have until Sunday, August 29, 2010, midnight EST to post!
Have fun, and good luck!
The Fenestra Tarot is illustrated by Chatriya Hemharnvibul. You can find out more information about this deck at the U.S. Games Systems, Inc. website at this link. The ISBN for this deck is 1-57281-560-4, and is available from your favorite online retailer or brick-and-mortar store. If you don't see it in stock, just ask for it.