This week I'm using the Archeon Tarot for my daily draws. I received this deck several weeks ago, and bonded instantly with it. It's the deck I use now for all my personal readings. The cards speak to me in a way that almost transcends language. When I see the cards in a spread, it's like an all-encompassing and intricate knowing I get, rather than a reading of separate cards, so it may be hard for me to articulate into words what I see in them. Should be an interesting week for blogging.
I trimmed the borders off my deck, so the images shown for my daily draws this week will reflect that. When I post my review of the deck, I will display images of the cards intact. (In the meantime, if you'd like to see the images with borders and titles, you can view the full deck here, though the cards are actually lighter in person than they appear in the scans on that site.)
So I start the week with two Majors, which accurately indicates the enormity and weight that this day holds for me. I drew The Hanged Man and Judgment. What I got from these cards was that something I've been waiting for a loooong time is finally reaching its apex. The length of time is indicated in the skeletal remains of the Hanged Man. How long has he been hanging there? I have a very important deadline to meet tonight, which has been several months in the making. It's sort of a "make it or break it" deadline. Do or die. Which is what I see in the Judgment card. See, these cards make perfect sense internally, and it's a very strong message I'm receiving, yet I can't find more words in me to describe it here. Strange. We'll see how tomorrow goes. This deck might be too personal for me to be able to use for blogging purposes.
Deck: Archeon Tarot