Author Archives: N. Marie

Join Woven Circle at PantheaCon

This year we are really excited to announce our Woven Circle classes and Salon hours at PantheaCon. William will be leading 2 sections of wheat weaving this year. A beginning class on Saturday at 1:30 p.m. and an intermediate class … Continue reading

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Our Own Wheels

It is August, the time of year when I get geared up and begin thinking about back to school. I am a teacher, and it occurs to me every year that we make our own rhythms in the Wheel of … Continue reading

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Pantheacon 2014 Art Classes

Woven Circle is a group of artists, to which we belong, who are dedicated to bringing art to everyone. William will be leading wheat weaving classes, and I will be leading a tarot pocket book class this con with the … Continue reading

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Remembering Our Ancestors

Tomorrow is Halloween and I am thinking about the idea of the thinning veil between the world of the living and the dead. Being a Pagan Humanist, I am not sure that other world exists; however, I can’t disregard the … Continue reading

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Tarot Book Reviews

I have been reading tarot for about 30 years, and I have not come close to understanding all the cards. In almost all of the lectures I have attended on reading tarot, I haven’t yet met a teacher that does … Continue reading

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Tarot Companions

The Tarot Art project I would like to share today is two pieces that are meant to be companions to each other. The first, I like to call, Tarot Theater(front). (Tarot really is a bit like theater, isn’t it?) This … Continue reading

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More Tarot Art

My next tarot art project was designed to take with me to the annual PantheaCon, which is held each year in San Jose, California. I notice that I am always drawn to the tarot classes. I love attending and gathering … Continue reading

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Tarot Art

Last year I embarked upon a series of interactive art projects utilizing the tarot. I finished the last one this week. My purpose was to create something I could use to interpret the cards, keeping with my commitment to better … Continue reading

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Keeping Poetry Alive

April is National Poetry month and it seems only right that we celebrate it in a posting. In my last post, I touched on why poetry matters to me. I thought I might share a few things that are keeping … Continue reading

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Poetry and Our Humanness

One of my great loves is poetry. As a child, I was exposed to it in school, but it wasn’t until I was 12 that the purpose of it became clear. I bought my first “real” book of poetry at … Continue reading

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