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Massive Yule/Christmas Tarot Giveaway!

Sunday 27th November (less than a week away!) is the 1st Sunday of Advent and I’m starting to get into the spirit of the season. I’m going to give away one mini Tarot reading every day (Mon-Fri) until Christmas Eve to a randomly chosen person who comments below. Here is what you need to do take part for YOUR chance to get a free reading:

STEP 1. COMMENT IN THE BLOG COMMENTS SECTION BELOW THE POST about which charity you support or what other act of generosity you have planned in the weeks leading up to Christmas. Promoting my work also counts as a good deed/act of generosity, so if you feel all you can/want to do is share this post on social media, go right ahead and comment where you shared.

STEP 2. Then use the form below (IN THE POST) to send me your question for the Tarot. Please make your question succinct (one sentence) and suitable for a mini Tarot reading via email. These readings will be done privately so there is no need to comment with your question here on the blog. You can also let me know which type of oracle you want me to use:

  • tarot
  • angel cards
  • fairy cards
  • runes
  • lenormand
  • other oracle
  • reader’s choice

If you are a winner, I will comment ‘winner’ below your entry here on the blog, to make sure you get your reading, in case it ends up in your spam folder or bounces because you entered your email address incorrectly.

1-4 cards will be drawn to answer your question and a picture of the cards will be emailed to you, together with the reading, if you are a winner.

Please spread the Yuletide cheer far and wide by sharing this post. 

 

Good luck everyone!

 

Angel Blessings

Lisa

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Your Question for the Oracle

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  1. Hello Lisa, I came across your site when I was researching meanings (and other people’s interpretations) of some tarot cards that I, as a beginner, found hard to grasp at first.
    I could connect to your insightful writings and gained the impression that you are truly knowledgeable about some of life’s mysteries in a way that I aspire to be 🙂
    I keep using your tarot resources and have found them immensely helpful on my path.

    Earlier this year, I subscribed to your newsletter, and really enjoy reading the thoughts you share; sometimes one of your posts will help to nudge my thinking in a wholly different direction (in a good way!).
    Thank you for the work you do.

    NOW – for the actual question.

    I participate in the “Christmas in a Shoebox” charity that is quite popular in my country (there’s probably an equivalent in the UK). For this, a shoebox is packed full of things that a child in a developing country – most often in the Balkan region – might enjoy: toys, art supplies, etc.
    This year, I will also partake in a project which helps immigrants practise their new home country’s language (in my case German, which is not an easy language to learn!).
    I hope to continue volunteering there beyond the Christmas season.

    On a personal level, I need to connect to my family more, and will try to pay them a visit.

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      Thank you for your kind words about my work, Esme. I’m happy that you find my resources helpful on your journey! Thank you also for sharing about your charities – all great stuff!

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  2. The charities that I tend to donate annually during the holiday season are Doctors without Borders, Heifer International organization, Beacon Santa, Women’s Lunch Place, St. Joseph’s School for Native American Children, etc. Hope that I will a wonderful reading from you Lisa during the Yule/Christmas Tarot Giveaway! 🙂

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          Hi Kathy, it was emailed to the address you supplied when you PM’d me the question. Please let me know if you wish me to forward it to another address.

  3. I like to give to a homeless charity however I give every month not just at Christmas. Everyone needs a home. Everyone deserves a place of refuge. Why do we let children leave the care system without adequate provision? We all need a place to call hone

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  4. Hi Lisa. My partner and I are donating all of our unwanted clothes to the homeless charity before Christmas and I continue to donate towards the college I work at’s bursary fund for students who are underprivileged. Today I donated a meal via a rewards program I am a part of to someone in need.

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  5. Hello, Lisa. This year, my family opened a new soup kitchen in the city. It’s run by volunteers, and the homeless in the area are provided 2 meals a day everyday. Due to my schedule, I have not had time to volunteer there yet, so I’ve been crocheted scarves and hats in my spare time for those who need them when they stop in the kitchen.

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  6. Hi Lisa. I got a promotion earlier this year, and as part of my giving back to the universe I have been sponsoring food for a lovely kitty who’s very ill and thus ineligible for adoption. He’s name is Yellow and it seems the food is really helping him improve his health. I am really happy it’s working.

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  7. hi Lisa, my charities are Natuurmonumenten (save nature), Stichting ambulance wens (grant very ill people a wish and get theme there by ambulance) and Hulphond Nederland (servce dogs). I donate monthly to these charities, each receives 25.00 and I have been doing so since 2006.

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  8. Hi Lisa,

    Thank you for this kind gesture 🙂 As a regular follower and student of Angelorum, it gives me immense pleasure to participate in this and spread the message via social media. I love online readings. I think they work really well.

    Since my graduation days, I have been volunteering for different organizations associated with social work, particularly those working for the welfare of underprivileged children and women in India. These include NGOs working towards providing basic education to women children below poverty line as well as those trying to improve the quality of life of sex workers.

    Currently, I am involved with one such organization working with the homeless and during the XMAS month (and then throughout the year), I plan to impart knowledge to adults and children with the aim of improving their quality of life as well as basic literacy and awareness level.

    I wish to be associated with social work throughout my life whether it is through volunteering or random acts of kindness.

    PS: I regularly keep sharing and learning from your articles online. I guess this makes me your ardent student since 2013 🙂

    PPS: You are wonderful! Lots of love and gratitude.

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  9. Hi Lisa,
    Thank you for your site. I found it not long ago. Your weekly and daily thoughts and posts have given me great strength during a difficult year. This year my 13YO daughter and I made 12 stockings and a baby quilt for the Monument Crisis Center. We did not know how to sew before and it took us over a month, but the time and effort was well worth it to help other mothers and children and I am grateful for the time we had together during the process. We also put together Thanksgiving bags full of groceries for seniors through this same crisis center. Thank you and Happy Holidays

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      Hi Seanna, glad you have been enjoying the posts here on Angelorum. Thank you for sharing – it sounds like a wonderful thing to do with your daughter. Well done, you two! Blessings, Lisa

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  10. hi lisa,

    my income is barely-sustaining at this point in time, so i do what i can. i maintain a small cattery of kitties rescued from death row & hoarders. i feed small group of storm-drain ferals when i can. (they are maintained by someone else.

    my widest scale contribution going into 2017 is that my story of overcoming a major life crisis — among many other womens’ stories — will be included in a real book! none of us will be paid. all proceeds will go to women for women, international.

    blessings,
    TLSD

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  11. I have started helping out a dog shelter in Colombia. They’re a non profit rescuing malnourished dogs from the street. There’s so many strays here 🙁
    I just rescued a dog for the first time two days ago! I will continue to volunteer time until I leave in January 12th.

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  12. This season, as in all seasons, I will volunteer at the local soup kitchen and animal shelter. I regularly care for feral cats in the neighborhood and built them a new heated condo in my backyard for this winter (replacing the old slapped together with whatever I could find version of last year!). I also offer trauma healing to homeless folks to help realign their energy and life path. Blessings to all this holiday season!

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  13. Hi Lisa – I support my friends financially and emotionally in their endeavors to raise funds for various causes; I also support about 25 people/groups on Kiva which I have done for several years. I’m training a little border collie to do therapy work – visiting seniors’ homes which hopefully will be in the very near future; I have done Hospice work and am hoping to get back into it again this coming year.

    Thanks for all you do to bring information and joy each morning to my Facebook page. I’ve learned so much . . . Happy Holidays to you and yours and I can hardly wait to see what I’m going to learn next year!!!

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  14. Ah, rats, it posted before I was finished. I’ve been working to spread the word about a cat sanctuary that is in danger of being kicked out of its space, leaving the cats either on the streets or having to be euthanized. In general, I volunteer for animal shelters and donate to homeless shelters and shelters for the abused on a regular basis. I try to be charitable year round!

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  15. I recently came upon a farm, who’s mother is terminal and in the hospital. My two friends and myself have volunteered to help with the farm chores so that the family will have more time to spend with their mom. Just waiting on their reply. If they don’t need us, we are going to volunteer ourselves to a Horse Rescue farm instead. These animals need love in their recovery to learn not all humans are evil. So anyone reading this, if you can, please volunteer too. The rewards you will receive from healing them will be like winning the lottery when you see them recovered. I know this first hand as I have taken in many an abused animal over the years.

    I would also like to take this time to thank you Lisa for doing this for us, it shows us how much you care for each and everyone of us. *hugs* I’m sure the troops will agree, right people?

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  16. Hi Lisa!
    I work in “saint Francis of Assis Home” and we helping people with health problems including animals also.
    We are planning to make visits to the homeless People at december 24th.
    I’m sharing your page with My friends!
    God bless you!
    Janete

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  17. Hi Lisa, I was one of your original Facebook followers, and liked your page, and have had a couple of amazing paid readings from you. This year I have bought products that value over £150 to make 10 hampers. The proceeds I am donating to Acorns Children’s hospice for terminally ill children. Every year at Christmas I give something back and this year I felt more compelled then ever to be grateful for the health of my own children. Last year I raised money to go towards a Christmas party for Sandwell Women’s Aid, and collected 4 boxes of new toys for the children to open on Christmas Day.

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