It's a month of freedom and independence! Seeing images from the aftermath of Iran's elections make those of us who sometimes take our freedom for granted, think about what we have and what it took those many many years ago to get. We also send prayers and think about those who make the ultimate sacrifice to preserve that freedom today.
This is also the time of year that many reading venues, or potential reading venues are open and available. Renaissance Fairs and car shows are favorites of mine. If you don't have venues you can charge to read at near you, volunteer to read for charity at local events. Contact the person on the event's website or call the phone number and ask. The worst that can happen is they say no.
Embrace your freedom and pursue the path that makes you the happiest... as long as there is no harm to yourself or others!
This is also the time for us to announce the winner of the June Tarot Reflections contest...
Congratulations, Sharyn Woerz from Chehalis, Washington!
with the winning answer of 3 of Cups from Kat Black's Golden Tarot. Be sure to enter in this month's contest!
This month Melanie files an interview with Teressena Bakens, the creator of The Fifth Tarot and her annual trip to INATS, plus we have our regular contributors: Jeanne Fiorini, Adrienne Abeyta, Terri C., Leean Lester, and Gary Meister concludes his discussion of the Court Cards. Enjoy the issue!