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Tarot Circle – Temperance – Into The Fire (of Enlightenment)

December 3, 2020 @ 5:00 pm 7:00 pm

What Does The Temperance Card Represent?

As we roll towards the end of Samhain and beginning of Yule seasons, The Temperance card steps forth to take over guiding our process. What comes after Death? Practitioners of religions, spiritual and magical systems, and philosophies from all over the world have struggled with this question for millennia. Is it Nothing? Something? Either option is immensely daunting to our egos and sense of Self. In the Temperance card, we see an archetype that help us combine the extremes of these states into something new. However, be forewarned traveler, it won’t be easy. We are stepping into the crucible.

What is Tarot Circle?

Tarot Circle is a monthly workshop series for folks at all levels of learning who want to explore and experiment with Tarot in a group setting. From group discussion and exploration of fundamental concepts to creativity exercises aimed at developing divergent thinking and a personalized relationship with the symbolism of Tarot. And there will hopefully be a lot of laughter. We will discuss the symbolism of the featured card, considering astrology, current world events, mythology, and other archetypal groups. Sometimes I share an original spread, or I guide you through a visualization. Sometimes I just give you a pure information download lecture, stopping only to answer questions. My hope with each class is to provide you with several ways to develop a personal vocabulary with the cards.
Click here for more info and a look a this year’s classes.

Entry to Tarot Circle:

All folks who are subscribed to my Patreon attend for free! Subscriptions start at $1, and you can end your Patronage as soon as class is over (altho, with all the cool stuff you get, you prob won’t want to!) Folks at the Venus level – $9 – and up will get a link to the recording.

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