World Tarot Day Celebrations

Quite a bit was going on yesterday to celebrate World Tarot Day! Here are some of the celebrations that I picked up: Anastasia and Rose Red speaking with David Palladini about the “Aquarian Tarot”, the “Palladini Tarot”, art, passion and life. Could one ask for more! Stephanie Arwen Lynch gave away a reading on her blog. TABI ran a quiz through their site, with the prize being a gorgeous Tarot bag donated by AniaM (the bags are very professionally done – I have two of them myself, and plan to order more!).

Several of us on Twitter offered free 140 character, one card readings. Alison Cross from TABI, Kris Waldherr, @TheTarotPriestess and I were amongst this crowd. I am sure there are more people who did this that I don’t know about. We all had a great time, and made new friends! Donnaleigh and her co-hosts partied for World Tarot Day on Byeond Worlds (blog talk radio).

I hope that you all had a great day honoring the Tarot, and that this feelng will continue on!

© May 2010 Bonnie Cehovet

World Tarot Day

World Tarot Day is Tuesday, May 25th. I will be helping to honor this day by giving free 140 character Tarot readings on Twitter. I will be reading from 3 am to 5 am PDT, and from 11 am to 1 pm PDT. That should cover both coasts and the UK!

In case you have not seen it yet, I have a delightful guest post from the incredible Craig Conley –

I want to thank Donnaleigh (@DonnaleighDLR) and Georgianna (@TheTarotRoom) for inviting me to be on “Beyond Worlds” on blogtalk radio. They are gracious, knowledgeable ladies, and made me feel very much at home. The show is archived, and can be hear here ––flash-fiction-tarot-reviews-intuit.

A delightful piece of flash fiction using the Tarot, written by Donnaleigh, can be seen here –

How are you honoring World Tarot Day?

© May 2010 Bonnie Cehovet

World Tarot Day

We in the Tarot world have a very important day coming up – World Tarot Day on May 25th. As individuals and organizations, we need to take a moment to think about what Tarot means to us, and how we can show our appreciation for it and how we can share our appreciation and wisdom with others.

My contribution will be two-fold: I will be doing a special World Tarot Day blog, and I will be doing free readings on Twitter (thank you to Alison from TABI for bringing this venue to my attention) – 140 character readings – short and sweet! I will be doing two hours in the early am (3 am to 5 am PDT), and early afternoon (11 am to 1 pm PDT).

To find out more about World Tarot Day, please visit –

I look forward to seeing how the Tarot world celebrates this day!

© May 2010 Bonnie Cehovet