Wednesday, February 5, 2014

Guest Blogger Post: Therese Relucio - Do Ouija Boards Really Work

Today I turn my blog over to a guest writer. I have known Therese for a number of years. She is funny, smart, and a talented psychic medium living in New York City. Enjoy!


The history of the Ouija Board is, in itself, somewhat of a mystery.  The board was first popularized as a game in 1891 and was claimed to have been tested and proven to work by the Patent Office before it was allowed to be sold in stores.  The use of the Ouija became widespread during, and may have even sprung out of, the same era that gave birth to Modern Spiritualism.

Monday, January 23, 2012

I am the Wheel of Fortune.

Today's Card of the Day was selected by a online test which asks you several multiple choice questions and reveals what Major Arcana card you are. I was told:

Friday, January 20, 2012

Review: The Wildwood Tarot

A few days ago I decided to post about the vote on SOPA and PIPA that are upcoming in Congress on January 24, 2012. To all of you that read my post and took action, thank you. Take a look at the difference your emails, phone calls and petition signing did. To those who have not read my blog entry on SOPA and Tarot or have not taken action, please do so.

The blog I was going to write that day was a review of The Wildwood Tarot, so without further delay ...

The Wildwood Tarot - A Review

Wednesday, January 18, 2012

SOPA and The Tarot Community

Today I was going to write a review on The Wildwood Tarot I received for Christmas. In order to do that I would need to use images like the ones on the left. If the SOPA and PIPA bills pass through the US Congress on January 24, 2012, my blog might need to be shutdown and blocked because of infringement issues.

And it wouldn't just be blogs that review tarot decks. If your website uses images from RWS or other decks in card of the day postings, spreads or in free classes the US Government would have the right to block access to your website.

What about Tarot organization websites like American Tarot Association, The Tarot Guild, TABI and Tarot Town? Yep, they could also be shut down or blocked if they use images they do not own on the websites.

Sunday, January 8, 2012

A New Tarot Home in 2012! Welcome to RBG Tarot!

2012 has started strongly. It is riding the wave that started in 2011. 

In June 2011, I started a internet Tarot presence for my Tarot Consultation service. Readings By Gary was designed to allow me to reach clients around the world and read their cards by email. It has been a successful trial of how social media and the internet can help us connect with people around the globe.

Thursday, January 5, 2012

How To Achieve 2012 Tarot Goals

It's been a few days since the New Year started, and I hope 2012 brings all of us success and prosperity. Today seemed like a good day to plot the direction for my Tarot related resolutions (I prefer to call them promises). They include growing my business which right now is only readings at psychic fairs and online via email or Skype, to include a private Tarot consulting service with office hours, performing corporate gigs and private partes and publishing a tarot related book. But before laying the journey out, I wanted to get some insight and advice from the cards. I asked:

"What are the best ways to achieve my Tarot related goals in 2012?"

Monday, January 2, 2012

New Year's Spread: Elemental Spread

Happy 2012!! I want to take a moment to thank all of you who have followed this blog in 2011 and took the time to share kind words and encouraging comments via email, Twitter and this page. It means a lot to me.