This is the 22nd year of the fabulous Tarot gathering, and the first year it will be held in San Jose.
The program is still in the works, but there’s already a long list of fabulous speakers including Lon Milo Duquette, Nancy Antenucci, Rana George, and Carrie Paris. See the ever-growing list at the Daughters of Divination website.
And if you’re planning on joining the BATS fun, consider registering before June 1st for the special Early Bird Rate.
It’s going to be a good time … I hope I can get there!!
Bacon has been appearing lately in all sorts of food items where one might not expect it, and where it probably shouldn’t be. There are bacon flavoured cupcakes, candy canes, ice cream, coffee, vodka, and even toothpaste (which I know isn’t actually a food item).
But now bacon has moved beyond the food realm and entered the world of divination.
Unlike the fish, however, which focuses on questions of love, the bacon focuses more on questions of bacon preparation (though the answers, of course, can be interpreted any way you want).
For instance, if the bacon moves to the left, the answer to your question is ‘chewy goodness’. If it moves to the right, it’s ‘crispy.’ If both ends move, the bacon is saying ‘sizzling hot’, while if the sides curl, the answer is ‘Canadian.’
I’m not sure how useful a divinatory tool the Radiant Farms Fortune Telling Bacon really is, but as a mystically oriented vegetarian, it’s far more attractive to me than bacon flavoured coffee. And I like that ‘Canadian’ is one of the answers.