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I for one am happy to be putting November behind me and stepping into December. I am sure like many - I have already taken down my autumn - Halloween/Samhain decorations, and am looking forward to putting up my Christmas/Yule decorations.

The poem below gives us a nice reminder that spring, with it’s lighter and brighter days, is just around the corner.


“I heard a bird sing
In the dark of December
A magical thing
And sweet to remember.

‘We are nearer to Spring
Than we were in September,’
I heard a bird sing
In the dark of December.”
         -Oliver Herford, I Heard a Bird Sing


Now for the news everyone has been waiting for…

Congratulations to our November Contest winner, Arwen from New Mexico!

Be sure to check out how to enter our December Contest page to learn how you can win a $50 Amazon gift card! Good luck!!


We have worked hard to put together a fun and informative issue for you this month! Check out what’s inside:

Allan shares his insights about Reading for Strangers, Tabitha shows us how to work with Birth Cards and Year Cards, The Extra’s teaches a bit about Numerology, and we take a look at the Chrysalis Tarot. Don’t forget to take a look at the Craft Corner, Frolicking Fae and TarotScopes.


Finest Reflections of 2015 - Reader’s Choice Awards - The nominations are in, it’s time to cast your vote… Look for the details on our Finest Reflections of 2015 page.

The Finest Reflections of 2015 - Reader’s Choice Awards is conducted by the editorial staff of Tarot Reflections. Nominations and Winners are chosen by the readership of Tarot Reflections and are not to be considered an endorsement by the American Tarot Association.

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