Optional dinner and socializing: 6pm
Official roll call and start time: 7pm
Join us for our 10th Anniversary Celebration! The Raleigh/Durham Tarot Meetup - Triangle Tarot & Friends - came to life in February, 2003, with just a sprinkling of Tarot enthusiasts huddled around a café table at a Barnes & Noble Books.
Now we have over 360 brilliant, vibrant Tarot stars worldwide, as well as locally. We have met together every single month for ten years - with only one exception, due to an ice storm.
That makes us one of the largest, oldest, most successful Tarot social groups on the planet! YOU have made us a hit! Let's Celebrate!
This month, we arrive at the second to last chapter in Mary Greer's guide to learning the Tarot, 21 Ways to Read a Tarot Card. This brilliant must-read for any serious Tarotist demonstrates how to go deep into the understanding of the Tarot, by using just one card twenty one ways. We have been working our way through it, with outstanding presentations from our members, one chapter at a time.
This month, Wolfsinger will be showing us how the meaning of our card is affected by which deck it comes from! In other words, we get to compare our cards from deck, to deck, to deck! For those of us who LOVE our many decks, this is going to be HUGE fun!
Bring the card in the deck you've been using all along, but DO bring your other decks, if you have 'em!
IMPORTANT: If you are a newcomer to our group and/or have missed any of the earlier chapters, no problem! You can join in any time. Click here to get the super easy, one page explanation of how to pick your card you'll work with.
As usual, also be sure to bring your Tarot decks, your latest "show and tell" acquisitions, announcements, tales of your recent Tarot adventures, and other topics to discuss! If there is time at the end, we always love to share and practice, reading for one another.
Please remember: If you are going to order one of Bocci's delicious dinners, please give yourself (and the restaurant staff!) at least 45 minutes, before we start at 7.
After 7pm, we'll need room to spread out, move around, take notes, and work with our cards, safely away from the olive oil and marinara!