- A wee recap of our weekly #TarotRap, a Twitter community for both the Tarot curious or Tarot fanatics! Even if you missed the chat, we have some highlights just for you!
- — Theresa Reed (@thetarotlady)Wed, Dec 07 2016 00:59:29Welcome to #TarotRap, a weekly Twitter chat about Tarot! I'm your host Theresa Reed, The Tarot Lady. Please introduce yourself!
- Time to dive right in:
- — Shari (@ShariLynnSmith)Wed, Dec 07 2016 01:05:19A1: I would say it is a major part of the design of many tarot decks, as for role it depends on the reader. For me 10-20% #tarotrap
- — Sequoia (aka Carly) (@infinitreetarot)Wed, Dec 07 2016 01:06:02A1: Symbolism is all over the place! Ex) TORA in the High Priestess's hands. The more symbols you know the deeper the analysis #tarotrap
- — Hilary Haggerty (@tarotbyhilary)Wed, Dec 07 2016 01:06:07
- — Kristy Lyseng (@KJLyseng)Wed, Dec 07 2016 01:06:12A1: A major role! Symbolism helps you create the language you'll use for your readings, and understand the meaning of the cards. #tarotrap
- — Shelby Converse (@ShelbyConverse)Wed, Dec 07 2016 01:06:41not to sound like an esoteric asshole, but symbolism is generally important to tarot and to the specific tarot deck. #TarotRap :) https://twitter.com/ShelbyConverse/status/806303490209435649 …
- — Asali Earthwork (@AsaliEarthwork)Wed, Dec 07 2016 01:06:58A1: Symbolism is absolutely why the tarot is so accessible. Every card asks, what do YOU see? That's the beauty of symbolism. #tarotrap
- — The Tarot Alchemist (@LeisaVanSmirren)Wed, Dec 07 2016 01:07:35
#TarotRap | 12/6/16
Topic: Tarot & Symbolism. Host @thetarotlady
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