…I am consistent. (Please recall the fact that I came out as Hades, God of the Underworld on the ‘Which Greek God Are You’ quiz last month as you scan the results of this one.)

The Death Card
You are the Death card. Death is a stage in the
cycle of life. Without death, there would be no
room for new things to grow. When you receive
the Death card in a tarot reading, fear not;
Death is only an indication that transformation
is about to occur. Death allows us all to
evolve by removing that which is no longer
needed. The end of one cycle makes way for a
new one. Old behaviours and patterns which have
tied us down are released. Death cleans house
so that we don’t have needless drains on our
energy. In Death’s ruthless destruction there
lies compassion.

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Yes, Hades is on the Death card – at least in the deck I’m using, called Mythic Tarot. Seriously, do you think I should worry about this, because I’m actually starting to get used to living down in the underworld with my three-headed dog Cerberus (I’ve decided to call him Cerb for short). I mean, I’ll have a water-view thanks to the river Styx and it seems the ferry comes by hourly.

All of this came up because my newest WIP involves destiny predicted through the Tarot cards and Larissa was a huge help in guiding me through the explanations of the different cards. I bought Mythic Tarot on her recommendation and it’s not only beautiful, but they actually work for me. And, instead of casting me that worried look he usually does, my husband actually wants me to read his cards. Of course, I also caught him reading my newest issue of Soldier of Fortune magazine, so maybe my insanity is catching.

Okay – if you want to come visit me down in the Underworld, just give a yell. I’ll be there petting Cerb and getting some writing done. And growly alpa male, aka Nick, my newest hero, is hanging out next to me under the pretense of keeping me company (he thinks I don’t know he’s really trying to direct the whole story.)

Steph T.