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Black Cat

Photo By: Andrianna Kapralios   Black Cat There can’t be meaning   It floats here inside, the burning I’m feeling. Paths into the shadows, my mind always takes, Will emotion never truly appear? A burning sensation is floating here.   Perched upon the razor’s edge, I waltz towards this cold cliff’s ledge. Before my Self, a warm canyon beckons, I fall, and to reason I deafen.   In search of color, I find but darkness which conceals, It always spells doom, for the one who feels! This time is different,…

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What Are Tarot Cards? Features 

What Are Tarot Cards?

Origins There is no one origin story for Tarot cards, and their true origins are unknown. The cards borrow designs, symbolism and wisdom from many sources, including alchemy, Ancient Egypt, Ancient Rome and Chinese mythology. The most common modern deck is called the Waite pack, named after Arthur Edward Waite who in 1891 commissioned artist Pamela Coleman-Smith to draw the pack for him. This version of the Tarot deck was the first to include images and meanings for the Minor Arcana. It wasn’t until the 1960’s that Tarot’s popularity soared…

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What’s the deal with: Lucifer Morningstar – “The Sandman Presents: Lucifer” Entertainment 

What’s the deal with: Lucifer Morningstar – “The Sandman Presents: Lucifer”

  In the comic: “The Sandman Presents: Lucifer” (three issue mini-series from 1999), Mike Carey presents an intricate, and at times, empathetic portrayal of the devil. The basic plot is that the once-lord-of-hell Lucifer has resigned from his post, in order to retire as a jazz bar owner in L.A. until one day, the Angel Amenadiel offers Lucifer a deal to work as a third-party on behalf of Heaven. His ensuing adventure on earth tasks him with destroying ‘the voiceless gods’: born from the minds of proto-humans without language or…

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