from Dan Pelletier – the Tarot Garden
Yesterday was the first day of summer (in the neck of the woods I live in), and since I’m on the road, I thought I’d take in some local sights. So my traveling companions and myself headed up Big Cottenwood Canyon to watch the massive snow melt off the Wasatch range, and the flooding of Cottonwood Creek. T’was a glorious sight to watch the water play off the rocks.
Below the water, overburden is being moved, as the mountain slowly walks itself downstream. Gold is slowly moving beneath the overburden, close to the bedrock. Next time I need to bring my gold pan.
I head back to my brother-in-law’s house and sit on the deck out back, and watch the cyclists scream by along Wasatch Boulevard…and my bike is 967 miles away; I’ve always wanted to cycle the area, but have never brought my bike. One can always carry a gold pan on a mountain bike.
On the home front, massive amounts of Reiki has once again pulled roses from the brink of a wretched winter/spring. Well…except one.
Sometimes when I’m at The Tarot Garden, and Jeannette allows me to pack product to ship to the people who share our passion..often I Reiki the deck’s and their shipping boxes, before the post office takes them for delivery. Since we recycle everything, often newsprint (or other materials) is used to help secure the deck from shipping damage. I never use pages with stories of death doom dismay or destruction when packing a Tarot. It’s the way I am. You may however get stock reports from a Taiwanese newspaper. Sometimes I like to match the packing material to the person to the deck. I know, I’m weird.
You know, if you don’t take a gold pan, and begin searching, you’ll never find the gold. Without or within. Take a look at The Chariot in the Crowley Thoth. What’s he holding? That’s right, a gold pan. He’s showing it to us, I think he understands that life is not a spectator sport.
Lots of stuff goin’ on this summer. We have a large supply of decks that we’ve been trying to acquire about to hit our shelves.
We have so much cool stuff
We’ve also got a ton of new stuff, that well…get out your gold pan…
And a salute to Mohammed Bouazizi of Sidi Bouzid. Salaam…