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Chapter 19: Myth & Archetypes

  • Jan 16, 2013 · 7:00 PM
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Optional dinner and socializing: 6pm
Official roll call and start time: 7pm

Join us in January as we explore our next 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 presentations from our members, one chapter at a time.

This month, Christina will be discussing the subtle but vitally important energy signatures that weave through the Tarot in the form of Myth and Archetype.

Tarot is a story, that connects with our own personal story, and the wider historic stories of humanity. In addition, it is thought that there is a story, shared by the universal unconscious, that can illuminate our understanding.

This promises to be a powerful, pivotal step as the end to our journey through Mary's book draws near.  You won't want to miss this night of profound wisdom and insight.

IMPORTANT: If you are a newcomer to our group and/or have missed any of the earlier chapters, no problem! It's set up so you can join in any time, and we'll help you get started!

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!

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  • Beth Owl's D.

    Christina rocked it, especially with SO much material to cover! Such a shame the A/V wasn't available. Great job anyway!

    January 17, 2013

  • Christina S.

    Use your chosen card and find a myth, story, fairy tale, movie, or even a song that reflects your chosen card. Have what you choose ready to talk about at our next meetup. Also bring tarot card journal or paper and pen. We will be done some major writing with this chapter

    January 4, 2013

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