Tarot Blog Hop: Ostara 2014

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Welcome to the USGames Tarot blog. We love participating in this gathering of Tarot and oracle blogs. It’s always a mystery to see where the blog will go.

Our Tarot Blog Hop mistress for this round is Joanne Sprott. She’s asked us to focus on the resurrection of life, love, dreams, creation (and flowers!). We couldn’t think of anything better than to share some of forthcoming Chrysalis Tarot with you.

This gorgeous deck is from Holly Sierra and Toney Brooks who have put their considerable talents together to create a new, holistic approach to the Tarot.

Enjoy their creativity!

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Now hop to the next post in our Ostara 2014 Tarot Blog Hop. Thanks for leaving a comment. We love hearing what you think of this new deck of ours.

The Chrysalis Tarot should emerge soon so do check back. And join us on Facebook where we post cards and questions so you can join in the fun!

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20 thoughts on “Tarot Blog Hop: Ostara 2014

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  2. Olivia Destrades

    Wow, what a beautiful deck! The 9 of Stones reminds me of the traditional imagery on both the 8 of Cups and 3 of Wands, and in another way it looks like the lady is ready to protect her nest of stones from the threat of an oncoming storm, which is pretty cool!

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  3. Holly Sierra

    What a lovely job you did presenting the cards, Lynn. As the Artist for Chrysalis, I am getting incredibly excited to see this deck, in the flesh, as you might imagine!!!

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  4. Robert Wyatt

    The topic of creativity on the first day of Spring couldn’t be more appropriate. As a Tarot reader and deck collector, I’m continuously amazed each year at the seemingly endless ways in which the Tarot can be interpreted and, as with the Chrysalis Tarot, reinvented. The artwork and lush, natural colorization of this deck exude the same joy and wonder of the natural world as springtime itself. An unapologetic reworking of the Majors is refreshing and fitting to the theme. The creation of life, the unfolding of Mother Nature’s miracles, and a deep appreciation of Earth’s interconnected beauty have drawn me to this deck. I can’t wait to have my own copy and discover the creativity it brings out in me. Thank you.

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  5. Chloe

    Wow, the colours are fabulous, the images beautiful, and the associations that bit different to keep it truly interesting. Definitely going on my wishlist! 🙂

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  6. Frank

    Thanks for this wonderful deck! Can you tell me when the companion book will be released? Greetings from the netherlands, Frank.

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