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Hi I'm very new here


I do have a Tarot blog that talks about my work as well as somethings I have written about Tarot and my experiences over the years. It is at:
http://trevorsense.ca
It in turn does link to some other resources as well as contact information about my work but the blog itself does not function as a selling point. I hope this works within your guidelines.
Thanks for the opportunity to share,
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I found a nice blog thru a youtube link - the poster on YT has recently posted some decent deck reviews. The name of the blog and the YT channel is InnerWhispers - she's in the UK. I've searched, and I don't think she is a member here, unless she is under a different name.

Here are some links -
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5Ql4UA8A5DQ

Blog -
http://innerwhisperscouk.blogspot.com/
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I've just updated the master list, post #2, page 1, checking to be sure the list has active blogs.
A few more marked dormant but for the most part everyone is blogging, great job, so many different viewpoints and ways to approach the discipline.

I removed two which have apparently been deleted, and one which has dropped the tarot blog part of a commercial site. I want the blogs on this list to be about sharing, not selling.
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Oh, I am tarot blogging now! I am too distractable to sustain a personal blog AND a tarot blog, so they're combined, but this is the link to just my tarot posts: http://rachaelsherwood.com/?cat=5
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I've just updated the master list, post #2, page 1, checking to be sure the list has active blogs.
A few more marked dormant but for the most part everyone is blogging, great job, so many different viewpoints and ways to approach the discipline.

I removed two which have apparently been deleted, and one which has dropped the tarot blog part of a commercial site. I want the blogs on this list to be about sharing, not selling.
your efforts in maintaining this are much appreciated :]



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I have a couple of blogs - one which includes my varied interests in Tarot, Turkey and Poetry:

http://pfffrrrummmp.blogspot.com/

And another in which I am working on translating 100 short form poems (Waka/Tanka) from the Japanese Ogura Hyakunin Isshu (100 Poets, 1 poem) which is used in the card game Uta Garuta:

http://100poems-100poets.blogspot.com/

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Uta-garuta (歌ガルタ?) are a kind of karuta, Japanese traditional playing cards. It is also the name of the game in which they are used. The game is played mostly on Japanese New Year's holidays. On each card, a poem (waka) is written, and there are a total of 100 poems. The standard collection of the poems used is called Hyakunin Isshu, which is often also the name of the game. The collection was chosen by a poet Fujiwara no Teika in Heian period. There are national conventions for the game.


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Waves at kwaw...I looked at the posts for 2012 and I'm not finding anything tarot related?
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Waves at kwaw...I looked at the posts for 2012 and I'm not finding anything tarot related?
Just for you

http://pfffrrrummmp.blogspot.com/2012/05/blockhead.html

Also, there was one on January 19:

http://pfffrrrummmp.blogspot.com/201...-and-wolf.html

note to self: update the indexes!

ps: useful tip on limiting the blogs lists to five on show, thanks.

Re: The Hyakunin Isshu blog is about the Hyakunin uta-garuta playing cards, it is not about tarot no, so I see you cannot include it. It may be of interest to those interested in playing cards that are linked to magic and divination. Owning these cards are supposed to be bringers of good luck, they have amulet properties, and recitation of the verses have supposed magical properties such as rain-making. The game is played at New Year to bring good luck for the year ahead, and the collection forms part of a bride's dowry. If one wished too they could be used in divination along the lines of bibliomancy.



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That is fascinating! Why don't you start a thread specific to them, playing cards are following along in the wash of the Lenormand frenzy and a lot of members are working with them for the first time.
Pictures too please
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I just blew the dust off my blog, thank you so much for still keeping me on your list !!



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