That Video Was Definitely Enlightening — For Me At Least . . .
Besides some name changes and the suits being air, fire, water and earth it does follow the Rider-Waite-Smith tradition which is very important to me and for my Tarot collection.
It is easy to get lost in the cards with the abundance of detail and within the guidebook to learn about herbs and their many properties.
This is truly an adventure . . . It can take you in whatever direction you want to go to delve deeper into yourself with the abundance of spiritual guidance . . . and to explore other aspects such as creativity, ritual and medicine . . . I think it may be quite helpful in selecting the proper herbs to have in your own personal garden . . .
With the holiday season approaching, could you imagine the wonderful recipes you could delight your guests, friends and family with using fresh herbs from your very own garden . . . I would think this would be a fun family activity to share and reap the rewards for many seasons to come . . .
Of course this would make a lovely gift for someone who is into herbs and the Tarot enthusiast . . . You may just get a new Tarot enthusiast from using this deck . . . Or a new herbcrafter . . .
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