Using Reversed Tarot Cards and Elemental Dignities

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I’m often asked about using reversed tarot cards and elemental dignities together, and if the process becomes too complicated in doing so. Some see no need to use reversed tarot cards and elemental dignities at the same time, while others relish the challenge. In the end, it’s really up to you.

In my elemental dignities tutorials, I do not use reversed tarot cards purely to keep the lessons clearer. However, if you would like to see how to apply reversed tarot cards and elemental dignities together, read on.

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Gone in 60 Seconds: How I lost Tarot Elements

On Wednesday, 25th March, 2015, the unthinkable happened – my web host deleted my site, with all the latest back ups, database and recent adjustments. Poof! Six years of blood, sweat, tears and delight gone in 60 seconds. One minute it’s there, the next it isn’t.

Whilst in a little shock, I soon realised I wasn’t in tears and set about looking for the most recent copy of the database that I had on my laptop. February 2014 – a whole year out of date. Well at least I still had a copy of most of the content.

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Beyond the Celtic Cross – Behind the Scenes

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It’s not every day that you get to write a book, not one that gets published. And it’s not every day that you become friends with an eminent and highly respected Tarot reader and author. But that’s exactly what happened to me. I met Paul Hughes-Barlow online through his Supertarot website and we wrote a book together – Beyond the Celtic Cross: Secret Techniques for Taking Tarot to an Exciting New Level.

Not wanting this to be your standard promo – nothing ordinary will do for this Tarot reader – I thought it would be a great idea to take you behind the scenes to the creation of our book. So instead of beyond it, I’m going to take you behind it, and back to February 14th – Valentines Day, 2008.

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