Roll up, roll up – the Ninth Carnival of the Tarot is here!

October 7, 2007 § 1 Comment

Mona and the gang have finally arrived – a little soggy from having to cross the Atlantic in October but ready nonetheless to welcome you to the Ninth Edition of the Carnival of the Tarot! They’ve settled in quickly and wasted no time in sampling the local fayre (yorkshire pudding and bangers and mash) so let’s get the show started before they start to feel sleepy. 

Performing in the big top this week (drum roll please):

All the way from Willow Tree Tarot in the northeast United States, Carnival of the Tarot founder and all-round tarot maestro Willow presents My Deck Family about those decks that have made themselves comfortable under her roof.

From The Art of Cartomancy (where it seems there was a close shave last week) Kapherus demonstrates How to Handle Bad News in a Reading – a post that’s bound to resonate with any serious tarot or card reader.

Fugdale brings his Funhouse to the ring where he not only dazzles us with some juggling, but wows us with his review of the oh-so-delicious-delectable-and-divine Housewives Tarot.

And finally, from yours truly, a death-defying (not really) post on A Question of Question.

That’s it from the Carnival of the Tarot for this week. I hope you’ve enjoyed the show. Next week, the Carnival will be back home at Willow’s place so if you want to join in just submit your article using the carnival submission form or send it to For more details see the FAQ.  

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