Death As The Master Gardener. A 13-Card Spread

15 Apr


The Land of Mystereum Death Card

Here is a 13-card spread to go along with the Death As The Master Gardener blog post.  At each place in the spread where you are asked to remove a card or cards, visualize dead-heading flowers in the garden as you pop them right off to further nourish what remains.  

 The spread is formatted in an easy to use PowerPoint slide show where you can move through it at your own pace.  Here is to your perennial qualities shining forth and further naturalizing!    Death_As_The_Master_Gardener

Jupiter’s Blessings,

Jordan & The Land of Mystereum

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Posted by on April 15, 2011 in Tarot Birth Cards


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9 responses to “Death As The Master Gardener. A 13-Card Spread

  1. Bonnie Cehovet

    April 15, 2011 at 5:15 pm

    Jordan –

    Yay – I made it through a PP presentation! 😉 This is quite an involved … and evolved … spread. A great beginning for showing people how to use this deck, and how to grow as individuals! Bravo!


    • mystereum

      April 15, 2011 at 5:32 pm

      Awesome, Bonnie! Thanks, and I am glad you feel it fits The Land of Mystereum! Looking forward to publishing more of my Mystereum spreads here. I have . . . well, quite a few. ;-D Here’s to natiralizing inner inheritances perenially with Mystereum!
      Jupiter’s Blessings,

  2. Bonnie Cehovet

    April 15, 2011 at 8:00 pm

    Jordan –

    I sense the stirrings of an e-book here! 😉


    • Jordan Hoggard

      April 16, 2011 at 4:57 pm

      Yes Yes, Bonnie! Gotta get Schiffer on board, or see if they’ll let me simply do it myself.

  3. cazadoradesignos

    April 16, 2011 at 4:18 pm

    Thanks for sharing your work. Love the way the spread is developed like a garden and like a poem. You are a tarot poet!

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