Warming Up, Getting Ready to Jump In

Thanks for following the Two Ladies Tarot blog. Deb here, one half of the Name In the Title, signing up for blogging duties. Kat may chime in from time to time, but I’m the blogger/social media junkie.

As your TLT tour guide/cruise director, I’d like to point out some of the features of this luxury blog experience. At the very top of the page, you will see a couple of links. Links, as we all know, are magical portals to fun, adventure, and information.

We have a Facebook page and a Twitter feed (I suspect you guessed that from the little birdy icon and the letter “F” right under the title.) If you click those icons, you can follow us on social media and impress all the cool kids on the block.

We’ve also got a couple of text links where you can meet me and Kat, learn about how we read and what cards we use, and shoot us an email if you wanna.

At the bottom of each post is a space for you to leave comments. As anyone who’s ever gotten a reading from us knows, we are feedback gluttons. We would love to hear your comments, experiences, etc.

You should also see a set of icons that look suspiciously like this:


If a post touches you particularly, or if you just want your social media network to know you are an avid reader, or if you’re a member of my family and feel pity for me, you can press as many of these nifty buttons as you like to share the posts.

Sharing is caring, people.

Finally, I’m open to ideas about the sort of content you’d like to see here. Posts about tarot, weekly spreads, contests–any reasonable suggestions will be considered. Leave a comment to let me know. Thanks, and keep watching the Interwebs.



2 thoughts on “Warming Up, Getting Ready to Jump In

  1. Glad to see your new blog, and personally I would be interested in hearing some comparative deck analysis — what you do see as symbolically or thematically different from different decks you have used / not used, and how do you feel the depictions shade the understanding of specific cards in particular decks? While you know I do readings though I don’t believe in any mystical power behind them, the artistic / symbolic / analytic components really intrigue me. 🙂


  2. Thanks for commenting, Bill. I have found that the decks are very important to my ability to read. Rider-Waite, while the standard for most readers, is a blank slate to me. I’ve purchased gorgeous decks that I simply couldn’t use. The imagery is quite important, and I’ve seen it in a lot of other readers as well. Oh, and I’ve got an upcoming post about common myths concerning divination that you might find interesting. Stay tuned. -Deb


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