The past few days have been pretty tough, so I’m using this grey day to work on my tarot journal (courtesy of @geminisaiah !!). Time to break out “The Fool” on the gorgeous spread cloth @static-chaos made for me!

April Fool Tarot Challenge Day 2: Tarot Garden

Go through your decks and see if you can find atg least three different flower species depicted. Take a super aesthetic photo of this tarot garden!

I only used the Tarot Apokalypsis because I thought there were many cards with flowers on them. I was right, so I only selected a few for the picture. And since my Christmas Cactus hasn’t bloomed for the last couple of years, I decided it should have some flowers today!

Tarot Apokalypsis © Lo Scarabeo, 2016

A hot Spring Saturday and the Reader is in at Crystalis Treasures. Today’s decks: Chrysalis, Robin Wood, Apokalypsis, Dame Fortune’s Wheel, Fey, and Illuminati. Plus I found that I had the Legacy Divine stashed in the travel box, too, but didn’t put it out today.

Jestli je už apokalypsa, pak je to Modrá velryba. Nejdřív si člověk myslí, že je to v Rusku, je to daleko, a pak se toho chytí hloupoučké děti z okolí a člověk ví, že je to už opravdu v háji.

Na rozdíl od “normální” apokalypsy, kdy nemáte na výběr, tady ten výběr je. A tak nevím, která apokalyptická verze mě mrzí víc.


(Album: Apokalypsis / Ἀποκάλυψις, 2011)


Apocalypse is derived from the Greek word apokalypsis. Although it’s often used to describe a great devastation or cataclysm, the literal meaning of apocalypse is actually an unveiling, or revealing.