Tarot has been my obsession for as long as I can remember. The dark premonitions of 'Dr Terrors House of Horrors'. Solitaire the impossibly fabulous Clairvoyant being seduced by Bond in Live & Let Die. The hypnotic spinning Tarot cards in the titles of 'Tales of the Unexpected'. The Tarot worked it's way deeper & deeper in to my psyche. Madame Tamar, the famous west country mystic, among many other things, told me that Tarot would play a huge part in my life, even though she herself used normal playing cards as her oracle. Sadly no longer with us, Madam Tamar had told my mother all about me before I was born. When I finally met this amazing lady my fascination with the Tarot became an obsession.
Early on in my Tarot quest, my sister, herself as talented reader and counsellor, gifted me my first Tarot deck at the summit of Glastonbury Tor. As the figures on the painted cards danced before me a powerful transition occurred. I had discovered my destiny