Saturday at The UK Tarot Conference 2008 – Part 1

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Not being jetlagged at a conference (for once!), I arrived at Saturday’s events in good time, and settled down at a table close enough to the speakers to see what was going on – and far enough away to see what was going on.  (Anyone over the age of 40 knows what I’m talking about!) […]

Friday Night at the UK Tarot Conference 2008

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Having arrived in London three days prior to the conference – and cashed in a bucket of frequent flier miles to fly first class on British Airways so I could sleep the entire flight to London – I was actually rested and localized time-wise for this year’s UK Tarot Conference, organized by Kim Arnold of […]

Los Angeles Tarot Symposium (LATS) Details Announced!

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The Los Angeles Tarot Symposium (LATS), presented by Barbara Rapp-Geerlings and the Crystal Cave Bookstore returns this year!  “A Tarot-Load of Happiness” will take place on September 27, 2008 at the Hilton in Irvine, CA. Speakers include Mary K. Greer, Lon Milo DuQuette, Sandra A. Thomson, Art Rosengarten, James Ricklef, and San Francisco’s very own […]

Registration for Readers Studio 2009 Now Open!

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Registration for the Readers Studio 2009 opened officially last Wednesday.   If you haven’t been to one, I highly recommend the experience!  Artemis, Andrew, Rose Red, and I all attended the Readers Studio this year, and it was amazing! The 2009 event will feature full length day time workshops with James Wanless, Rachel Pollack, and Geraldine […]

Sunday at TABI 2008

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Elizabeth Hazel led off Sunday’s workshops with Tarot and Astrology.  Even going at breakneck speed (I haven’t written that fast in a class since my Roman History seminar at university!), we weren’t able to cover everything before lunch.  Elizabeth covered astrological associations with Tarot, focusing on the major arcana, and talked about incorporating knowledge of […]

Saturday at TABI 2008

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After nine hours of sleep, I was feeling more or less human, and meandered down to breakfast.  The hotel restaurant had set aside some tables for us, so we were able to eat in groups of eight, which was fun.  Food, coffee, and good conversation perked me up considerably, so then back to the room […]

Friday at TABI 2008

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24 hours and 6,000+ miles after waking up on Thursday, I arrived at the Webbington Hotel for the Tarot Association of the British Isles (TABI) conference.  Car, plane, train, another train, and a cab to the hotel, and I was there!  (The taxi was driven by Mark, one of the nicest taxi drivers I’ve ever […]

Saturday at the Readers Studio 2008

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The wake up call at 6:15 am Saturday didn’t register immediately as a signal that I was supposed to get out of bed. A few minutes later, the Darling Husband gently nudged me and asked if I was still planning to go to the Breakfast Roundtable with Robert M. Place – since “a few minutes” […]

Friday at the Readers Studio 2008

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While I had no clear recollection of the wake up call actually arriving, the Darling Husband assured me it had, “more than a few minutes ago”. Looking at the clock display of 7:15 confirmed he was correct. (Some day, I look forward to writing a post about a conference that does not include the words […]

Thursday Night at the Readers Studio 2008

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I hate being rushed, and I really hate being late. So, there I was, having sorted out all the things which came up at the last minute, rushing down to the hotel lobby to register and find the classroom for RuthAnn and Wald Amberstone‘s Advanced Birth Cards class with only 15 minutes to spare. I […]

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