A couple of lists.
Day 18: What cards relate to you personally. NOT just your astrology association or court cards. – Lizzie Bolton
- Four of Swords: The peace, the quiet, the restfulness. Whether or not I’m successful, I’m always looking for these.
- Nine of Swords: I am well-acquainted with being unwillingly awake in the night.
- Four of Pentacles: I view this card as being about good boundaries and conserving your resources. The Rider-Waite-Smith depiction, suggesting greed and stinginess, is certainly a possibility, but I see this card as being healthier than that.
- Nine of Pentacles: I want this life: independent, comfortable, yet with community within reach.
Day 19: If you were shipwrecked on an desert island, which five tarot or oracle decks would you want to have with you and why. – Lisa Sumiyoshi
- Sun and Moon Tarot: My go-to tarot deck. Also, it’s more of a Thoth-genre deck rather than RWS, and variety is good.
- Universal Waite Tarot: My favorite version of the RWS tarot. It’d be good to have one version of the classic deck at hand.
- Pagan Otherworlds Tarot: This deck pulls no punches with its readings. Not that the other two do, but somehow I feel the impact more with this deck. And I love the art.
- BYO Lenormand: The most personally-relevant Lenormand I own.
- Story in Color Lenormand: Pretty! And it conveys emotions more easily than many Lenormand decks do.
Although I should just grab the Seventh Sphere Tarot de Marseille and the Seventh Sphere Lenormand as I head for the lifeboat, as the cards are plastic and will survive a shipwreck better than paper cards.