A December Message from The Kitchen Tarot

December 7th, 2011 § 0 comments

The Kitchen Tarot by Susan Shie, guidebook by Dennis Fairchild

The Kitchen Tarot

Look at the video below for an excellent Tarot message for December, courtesy of Hay House and The Kitchen Tarot.

In the Kitchen Tarot, the Chariot card is the Rolling Pin. I’d never considered such an association before, but I think it’s pretty great.

The Chariot has traditionally represented steadfast warrior-like energy, and an ability to persevere and achieve success through hard-work and personal integrity.

Rolling Pin

The rolling pin might not be a warrior, but it’s long been depicted as a handy go-to weapon for women.

More importantly though, it’s used to roll through the bumps and lumps present in any project worth working on.

#7 The Chariot from the Rider Waite Smith Tarot

#7 The Chariot

It’s a strait-forward instrument, just a roller and some handles, but it’s the basic tool for creating everything from the hardiest of breads to the most delicate of pastries.

And of course, it rolls, like all good Chariots do.

The rest of the Kitchen Tarot looks just as fun. It’s a Majors only deck created by Susan Shie, with a guidebook by Dennis Fairchild.

Shie quilted each of the cards using a character she developed in 1998 called St. Quilta the Comforter.

St. Quilta is based on her mother, a nurse who studied natural healing, and obviously is the Queen of the Kitchen Tarot.

The deck is adorable, and the message of the Rolling Pin is excellent.

Keep rolling on through December and bake up something sweet.

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