I want to thank you very much everyone for reading, commenting, clicking, liking and sharing the contents of my blog. To sum up the previous year I am posting a report prepared by the wonderful WordPress team (you can see the complete form if you click the link below) but I am already planning the tasks for the New Year.
I am certainly going to keep analysing the cards of goddesses and non-goddesses because some of them definitely need demythologising (literally! ). I also think it is the high time to come out with the plan that I’ve been preparing for about two years now.
When I began my adventure with the cards of goddesses I only had two decks, the one by Doreen Virtue and the other by Pamela Matthews. I have been using both of them for some time until I eventually realised they are not sufficient for me anymore. So I found new ones (the one by Hrana Janto among others) and I have been using them again for some time until in the end it occurred to me that something was missing in each of them. Small decks did not present many goddesses while the large ones did not posses an elaborated mythological and divination background. I finally realised I needed the ‘custom made’ deck of my own. So I made one.
So far my own cards are just little pieces of carton with the names of goddesses and key words written on them. The One and his Wisdom have gifted me a lot of talents but alas! not the one for painting . However, I am planning to publish my deck in one of major Western esoteric publishing houses in a couple of years time and I do hope the problems with images will be resolved somehow. Meanwhile I am not going to waste the time and will be working on the divinationary background of each card by spreading the cards for my friends and myself.
This means a big change for me. Unfortunately, to achieve my goal I will have to come out the hiding. I doubt that any publishing house would be eager to release the deck of an unknown author from the Polish province, no matter how good these cards would be. If, however, I gain some recognition first, the chance of being accepted is increasing. To be completely honest, I am not very happy about it as I have the mentality of a Mediaeval annalist and I strongly believe that the content is much more important than the person who passes it. I would really rather keep blogging anonymously. And yet I consider this deck to be my mental child and children make you leave your comfort zone and cross boundaries so I will take up this risk.
This means I will be present more often both on my blog and social media (you can find me on Facebook, Google +, Pinterest and Twitter). Please follow me there to find out about new posts and some surprises soon to be announced.
Thank you again and blessings to all of you!
The WordPress.com stats helper monkeys prepared a 2013 annual report for this blog.
Here’s an excerpt:
The concert hall at the Sydney Opera House holds 2,700 people. This blog was viewed about 49,000 times in 2013. If it were a concert at Sydney Opera House, it would take about 18 sold-out performances for that many people to see it.