Monday, December 10, 2007

Curioser and curioser

Remember when I got buzzed by the Enchantress?

Well, I just went into the boys' room ...
... and there, lying in the middle of the floor was ...

No - not the Enchantress again - she was still lying next to my laptop ...

This time it was the whole bloody Tarot pack!
(You may remember I didn't even know where the pack was, though I suspected it was on top of our wardrobe.)

I asked the boys if they knew how it had got there and they both said they'd never seen it before I came out of their room holding it.

Weird, eh?

UPDATE: It was the Empress, wasn't it, not the Enchantress ...
Doh! Is there such a thing as the Enchantress?

15 comments:

Meloney Lemon said...

Must have been Greg then.

Debi said...

Ha! Enchanting he ain't!

Nope - while I can pin most missing items on him, I think this might be the exception.

'Tis weirdness ...

Verilion said...

What is it trying to tell you?

Debi said...

Ooooh - the Enchantress wants to be joined up with the rest of life?
I haven't listened properly to the 1st sign so now I get the whole damn pack thrown at me?
Weird things happen?
Could it have been Greg???

Debi said...
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Debi said...

Is it connected to Blogger not letting me comment on my own blog?
Is it telling me to stop blogging and get back to writing?
Does it not know I just WAS writing and just popped in to say hello?

homelesschicken said...

hi debi,hope this illuminates..
The empress tarot card was first printed in 1736 from wood blocks,its a spanish-english tarot deck card,the whole 78 card deck, of which 22 are major,and 56 minor is now located at the Museo Fourneis, Vitoria in Spain..It was customary at the time a ribbon on the dos de oros [two of pentacles ] gives the deck maker, and city of orgin "tarot" Fabrigado por Heracllio Foornier- victoria -espana.The titles of the majour arcana cards are given in both english and spanish,the court cards in spanish only The spanish court cards are Bastos,Copas,Espadas, and Oras,Bastos are curved,and Espades are strait, A small roman numeral at the bottom of each numbered suit cards shows its number and orgientation....
more can be found..
in a book called
The Encycylopedia of Tarrot
Volume 1 by Stuart Kaplan pg 227
regards homelesschicken x

Debi said...

Ooer ... thanks, hc. Though I have to admit I was hoping someone would just say it means x,y,z and I should just get on with it.

Minx said...

Yay, get on with it. Heh.

Debi said...

OK.
But ... er ... could you define 'it' please?

Verilion said...

It is whatever you decide! ;)

gregra&gar said...

Takes one to know one, enchantress that is.

Debi said...

V - damn. Life ain't easy, is it? Where's the easy answers when you need them?

G&G - I've a feeling you're going to be very special ... enchanting even.

Shameless said...

I think the pack is just screaming out for a really good reading! :-)

Debi said...

Do packs scream? I'd've thought they howled, but what do I know???