are like past lives they carry information to help you towards self-realization.
Tamia Hill, did not set out to be a Tarot card reader. Tamia was in her first year of college in 2020 when her life as ours, was interrupted by the Covid epidemic. From the aristocratic courts of medieval Italy in mid 1400’s to current day, the story of Tarot’s metamorphosis from creation to becoming a card game played in the parlor of wealthy families to the cards being used as a spiritual guide, Tarot and Tamia’s destiny were somewhat preordained.
All of us lived in a state of uncertainty and isolation when Covid hit. Our lives were paused and none of us knew what would happen from one day to the next. During this time many people had spiritual awakenings, proving that in every dark cloud there is a silver lining if we look for it.
In Tamia’s case, overcoming what appeared to be the end of the world, led her on a journey of self-discovery. Her personal realizations created a desire within to pay that knowledge she was acquiring forward in order to help other people become their best selves. Through learning and practicing connection with her Ancestors and Spirit Guides, Tamia says she began to understand the power she held when it came to her own life. Tamia studied and indulged herself in the Tarot for over a year before she was led to take her new found gift to the public. Tamia founded Tamiatalkstarot.com, a business of doing readings through tarot cards.
I was mesmerized by Tamia’s spirit, her candor, sincerity, and intuitiveness. When you come across another human being who emanates so much light, they light you up you’ve met a person to be treasured and as a messenger I see it as my mission to share Tamia with all of you. Tamia says, “Through each reading, my Intention is that each and every person I read for leaves better than which they came - with a sense of purpose, direction, clarity, and most importantly, Love.
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Meet Democratic Candidate: Addison Caruso
State House Representative
District 36 - Ohio
Addison Caruso was a young high-school student when his mother introduced him to the power of voting. As Mrs. Caruso knocked on doors to help elect former President Barack Obama, Addison accompanied her and became an intern for President Obama's campaign when he ran for re-election four years later. At an early age, Addison recognized the power that each of us holds to create positive change and he set his career sites on being of service to those marginalized by society as a lawyer working for the Legal Aid Society.
As Republicans monopolized power at the state level, Addison witnessed a steady decline in the quality of life for Ohioans. Addison is dedicated and passionate about solving the problems that extremist Republican rule have created. Addison is running as the Democratic candidate for District 36 against Republican incumbent Andrea White who does not believe in the rights of woman or girls to make autonomous decisions about their own body and reproductive functions. Tune in to meet Addison Caruso and listen to his plans to lead Ohioans into a future filled with unlimited possibilities and equality for all.
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