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Corporate Tarot Event in a Jewellery Store!

I had the absolute pleasure of reading Tarot for the customers and staff of Astrid & Miyu – a small chain of jewellery boutiques set in three of my favourite parts of London!

tarot | tarotbyemail | emailtarot | tarot readings | tarot reader | Tarot London | corporate tarot | business tarotThe afternoon I spent with them was in their Covent Garden store to celebrate the launch of their new zodiac themed jewellery, and it was fab!! The jewellery range is exquisite: dainty pieces in beautiful metals – and the people I read for were amazing too – fun, enthusiastic and glowing with positive auras.

The shop is so pretty! It’s all pink and magical looking, situated on a cobbled street close to Seven Dials, an area oozing with mystical shops and delicious cafés.  Their other stores are in Shoreditch Boxpark and St Christopher’s Place near Bond Street – both equally appealing and definitely worth a visit if you’re in the area.

Sophie Williams, the firm’s Brand Marketing Associate, gave me this lovely testimonial, which I’m proud to share:

“Renee was an absolute pleasure to work with for the launch of our zodiac Christmas campaign. Everyone really enjoyed their reading and came out feeling extremely positive. We would definitely recommend booking with Renee for any events you have coming up or just a reading for yourself.” 

If you’re planning any pre-Christmas events, there may still be time to arrange a treat for your staff or clients.  My diary is pretty full up to the end of this year, but it’s worth checking the date anyway, as I have a couple of spaces still available. I’m also taking bookings now for events up to June 2019. Click here to find out more about Corporate Tarot.

Many thanks to Sophie and the team at Astrid & Miyu for making me so welcome!


Tarot Cards that seem scary but are not

Some cards in the Rider-Waite Tarot deck look scary, and it can be frightening when they appear in your reading. Here’s a quick glance at some not-really-scary Tarot cards.

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This card rarely forecasts a literal death. It’s symbolic, and some deaths are good: the death of financial problems, for example, or the death of loneliness. So when you see this card, it won’t mean you’re about to kick the bucket, it means something is ending for something new – and usually better – to begin!

The Devil

The card shows Satan with a naked couple in chains. But it isn’t about demonic possession. It may refer to someone in bondage to something harmful, such as debt or nicotine. This card advises you to get rid of destructive influences in your life.

The Tower

The Tower depicts people falling from a turret struck by lightning. Does it mean disaster? Possibly, but often not. A sudden and unexpected change is coming, and this can be positive. There’s a chance something will happen that you might feel is devastating at the time, but – just like a building that comes crashing down – it gives you the opportunity to build up again in just the way that suits you!

The Suit of Swords

The suit of Swords contains numerous scary cards, such as the Ten, which shows a man impaled and bleeding. But Swords are “double-edged” and may be good or bad. Generally they signify action, change, and strong emotions; they’re intellectual cards, and have multiple interpretations.

The Five of Pentacles

This Five shows a couple in rags limping through the snow. But it doesn’t forecast destitution. It can, instead, be a caution not to try “keeping up with the Joneses” or against irrational fears of poverty that may lead you to miserliness. The card also shows an illuminated church window, symbolizing hope and support nearby.

Want more information about Tarot cards and readings? I offer you single-card, three-card, and Celtic Cross ten-card readings at various price ranges, all via email. You’ll get a written overview of your personalised reading, plus a detailed explanation of each expressive card. You’ll also receive a photo of your card layout. Click here to receive your Email Tarot reading within the next few days.

And if you’re organising an intimate get-together or a large-scale event, consider adding the excitement of Tarot readings. I’d love to chat with you, so to find out more, please email info@tarotbyemail.com.

I am the Weekend Witch, and I can’t wait to help you meet your destiny!


“A Tarot reading changed my life.” One woman’s story

People from all walks of life say they’ve experienced life-changing Tarot readings via personal study or from skilled card readers.

Here’s one Londoner’s story.

Hannah

tarot | tarotbyemail | emailtarot | tarot readings | tarot reader | Tarot London | corporate tarot | business tarotA twenty-nine-year-old London journalist and social media expert with a degree from Kingston University, Hannah had long felt something was missing from her life.

Despite a successful blog, a stable relationship, close friends, and a beautiful home, by October 2016, “I felt like things weren’t aligning in my head the way they should be,” she reports.

During an American tour that included the mysterious Louisiana Bayou country – a centre for African-based spiritual folkways, her tour guide asked if she wanted a Tarot reading.

She’d left London seeking to understand where her life focus should be, and to come home with a clear idea of what she was intended to achieve with her life. So the answer was naturally “yes.”

The reader told Hannah she needed to pay more attention to the people around her and less attention to her own career, such as to her blog, vlog, and other online activities.

Hannah says she came away from the Tarot reading convinced that “to feel truly satisfied with myself, I need to focus on people… not on myself and my work… appreciating people and the moments without work and social media clouding over it.”

As she puts it, the cards “literally changed everything.”

Today she refers to the day of her reading as “The Hannah Gale Spiritual Awakening Day.” You can read about Hannah’s Tarot experience here.

Want more information about Tarot cards and readings? I offer you single-card, three-card, and Celtic Cross ten-card readings at various price ranges, all via email. You’ll get a written overview of your personalised reading, plus a detailed explanation of each expressive card. You’ll also receive a photo of your card layout. Click here to receive your Email Tarot reading within the next few days.

And if you’re organising an intimate get-together or a large-scale event, consider adding the excitement of Tarot readings. I’d love to chat with you, so to find out more, please email info@tarotbyemail.com.

I am the Weekend Witch, and I can’t wait to help you meet your destiny!

 

(Please note, the photo is not of Hannah; it’s a stock photo of a lovely lady, bought from Canva.com.)


The excitement of a Tarot Cards Party – and the history behind them

Do you get excited about holidays such as Halloween, Christmas or Easter? Do you have fun dressing in a costume, or receiving a brightly wrapped gift, or dying eggs in festive colours? Most of us do, even though we don’t necessarily believe in hauntings, Father Christmas or the Easter Bunny.

The same principal works for Tarot cards. A Tarot reading is exciting and fun, even if you’re a sceptic about fortune telling!

Long a fun pastime, Tarot cards date from the Renaissance. The first playing-card decks were brought to Europe from the Middle East in the 1300s, and by the 1400s printed decks were widely produced. In fact, playing cards competed with devotional images as the most common uses for woodcuts. Wealthy gamers played with hand-painted decks, sometimes with added cards, such as our modern Jokers.

Because all gamblers are aware of the power of “luck,” it’s not surprising that the cards were quickly associated with good (or bad) fortune, and by extension, with fortune-telling.

The first documented Tarot decks date back to the mid-1400s in Italy, where added cards bore allegorical illustrations about such things as “Strength” and “Justice.”

The word “Tarot” probably comes from an Italian word related to “fun.” And that brings us back to the fun you can have with a Tarot reading.

Remember, you don’t have to give credence to ghosts and witches to have fun on Halloween. And you don’t have to believe in fortune telling to experience the excitement of a Tarot card reading. But if those cards predict a charismatic new lover, a happy job change, or a financial windfall – well, you just might find yourself becoming a believer!

Want more information about Tarot cards and readings? I offer you single-card, three-card, and Celtic Cross ten-card readings at various price ranges, all via email. You’ll get a written overview of your personalised reading, plus a detailed explanation of each expressive card. You’ll also receive a photo of your card layout. Click here to receive your Email Tarot reading within the next few days.

And if you’re organising an intimate get together or a large-scale event, consider adding the excitement of Tarot readings as entertainment for your guests. I’d love to chat with you, so to find out more, please drop me email to info@tarotbyemail.com.

I am the Weekend Witch, and I can’t wait to help you meet your destiny!