And the road ahead . . .
This was the week of our Summer Solstice—and I would have loved to write an insightful and/or eloquent post about the significance of this mid-point in the Tarot year of 2022. But I didn’t.
Instead I worked on a project that has been at the center of my imagination since August of 2019. It started out with a simple question about someone’s life, then began to expand into a much (much) broader exploration. Over the past three years, serendipity has drawn me along a path that I would never have anticipated, to a new understanding of the human world.
That said . . . The Constance Project is not even Tarot-adjacent—except in the sense that it involves psychological processes, is constructed on a complex conceptual framework, and has lots of pictures. So I’m not sure how many of you would find it interesting. But if by chance you would like to be a preview reader, leave a comment on this post.
To make up for missing the Solstice, I’m going to write a week of Daily Notes. And one of them will be about the future of this newsletter.
In the meantime: Today’s post offers a crazy-quilt of snippets from the Washington Post, giving a sense of how that influential newspaper covered Tarot in the past few years. I’ll offer another set of snippets later in the week, from the Los Angeles Times.
If you’re new to EP, I hope you’ll take the guided tour, and browse all the content that’s been accumulated over almost two years now.
See you tomorrow. C