Weekly Blog 3-25-19 | Life Changes, Tarot Challenges, and a Kitten!

Hey guys! Taylor here. I’m sorry for not posting last week, I was preparing for a sort of last-minute business trip. I was actually in LA – here are a few photos:

It was crazy and good and awesome and I’m really really excited, and absolutely cannot tell you anything, about what I’m working on. (Darn!) All I can tell you is, my life is changing in ways I never thought possible – and I am about to be VERY busy.

But. I can tell about you what I’m working on personally:

My Tarot deck: Yes, the Millennial Mystic Tarot is moving ahead. I’m finalizing some design details and then will be sending it off to the printers this week. Reviewers, watch your email accounts for updates! I will be emailing each of you a tracking number when I ship your sample deck.

A Tarot challenge: The #AprilFoolsJourney on Instagram is a 30-day challenge that walks you through the Tarot and offers divination prompts for each day. The actual list of prompts is in the following images (feel free to save, refer to, and/or share):

A kitten: I rescued a kitten from a tree. It was a really surreal experience – I’ve rarely held kittens (I always had adult cats as pets) and this one is TEENY, maybe 9 weeks old. We are searching for her original family and are hopeful that we can locate them soon. The poor thing was being bullied by three bluejays and a crow, so we have humorously nicknamed her Birdie.

Well, that’s about all I have time to write before heading off to work. If you’d like to support this whole operation, please do feel free to head over to the Etsy shop, or subscribe to this blog. Thank you to everyone who’s been reading along!

All the best,
Taylor

Announcing the Millennial Mystic Tarot!

Yes, I’m finally making a page for my upcoming Tarot deck – and I’ve named it!

“Millennial Mystic” started out as a joke name for this Tarot deck, a comment on how I was embracing millennial styles and attitudes for the illustrations. I was also tuning into the magic and mysticism of millennial spirituality.

But after some discussion (partly in a YouTube video comment of all things!), I realized that young people around my age might actually really connect with a millennial-magic-themed deck. I started to take it seriously, and to embrace the style I was already heading for.

Bring on the man-buns, anime eyes, and endless Himalayan salt lamps. We’re entering the world of Millennial Mysticism and exploring it through the imagery of the Tarot.

This is gonna be a long-term project (it’s taken me week just to put together a few cards), but I am confident that it will be a good one. 🙂 Stay tuned for updates about the project – and, when the time comes, how to pre-order!

You can read more about the project here: http://julianjaymes.com/works/mmtarot.

~Julian