Story Telling Thru the Tarot

allen7709393:

blacklilydivination:

Are there any other tarot readers who want to either roleplay or write a story with me by way of the cards? I have so much on my plate right now that I need something to distract me in a good way and I can only have so many baths in a day.

I like the way you said that (tho I take personal offense at your mixing the Tarot, Writing, and the Art of Bathing lol)!!! Ive quite a few Story Telling Spreads, on paper, on my cell, and online. I’ll pick the First Tarot card now: 15/The Devil (Reversed, RWS deck). Less than 30 mins ago I returned a call to my childhood friend, Pete. I’ve recently moved back to my home town and live w another childhood friend, Molly. All three of us have a lot in common. For 1) We’re all in Recovery: I started First, 1989, and have the most relapses and the least amount of sobriety, 13 months; 2) Molly has the longest Soberiety time, 25 years; Pete has 11 years of Soeriety.

They are, respectfully, into Magick in various successful degrees.

blacklilydivination:

Are there any other tarot readers who want to either roleplay or write a story with me by way of the cards? I have so much on my plate right now that I need something to distract me in a good way and I can only have so many baths in a day.

I like the way you said that (tho I take personal offense at your mixing the Tarot, Writing, and the Art of Bathing lol)!!! Ive quite a few Story Telling Spreads, on paper, on my cell, and online. I’ll pick the First Tarot card now: 15/The Devil (Reversed, RWS deck). Less than 30 mins ago I returned a call to my childhood friend, Pete. I’ve recently moved back to my home town and live w another childhood friend, Molly. All three of us have a lot in common. For 1) We’re all in Recovery: I started First, 1989, and have the most relapses and the least amount of sobriety, 13 months; 2) Molly has the longest Soberiety time, 25 years; Pete has 11 years of Soeriety.

They are, respectfully, into Magick in various successful degrees.

The Signs As Nirvana Lyrics.

Aries: I’ll take advantage while you hang me out to dry.
Taurus: Forever in debt to your priceless advice.
Gemini: I love myself better than you, I know it’s wrong, so what should I do?
Cancer: I’m worse at what I do best, and for this gift, I feel blessed.
Leo: Sell the kids for food, weather changes moods.
Virgo: Daddy’s little girl ain’t a girl no more.
Libra: I’m so lonely, but that’s okay.
Scorpio: I’m not like them, but I can pretend.
Sagittarius: One baby to another says, I’m lucky to have met you.
Capricorn: And if you save yourself, you will make him happy.
Aquarius: In the sun I feel as one.
Pisces: If you wouldn’t care, I would like to leave, and if you wouldn’t mind, I would like to breathe.

Heya, old friend~ I was about to start a new project but was looking for some guidance on a rather.. difficult POV. I’m trying to hide the gender of the main character, so when they turn out to be a girl, the readers are shocked. Any suggestions on hiding something this big?

the-writers-society-deactivated:

Hi there!
There’s always the option of using they/them instead of her/she/him/his/etc.
But then you want to throw off your readers.
My idea would be to have this character do something opposite their gender. Example: let’s say you have a male character but you want to hide that. Have the character do more ‘feminine’ things (sadly, people assume people are one gender or the other for something they do, like wearing makeup, painting nails, etc for women and physical activities, muscles, trucks, hunting, etc for men. so I think this is a realistic way to deal with it). This will have your reader assume a gender.
To be honest, this might be hard and maybe confusing to your readers. But if you do it right, it’ll be amazing!
This is a tough thing to pull off and it might take some brainstorming.
That’s all of my ideas, but if anyone has any other tips feel free to reblog and save a life 🙂

If you have any more questions, concerns, or just want to talk feel free to drop by my ask box!

How about using Stacy, Shannon, Carroll, Sue for the men’s names, and Kevin, Michael, for the women’s e.g., as they do in Ireland?