About

Hi there! Welcome to Everlasting Anomaly. This blog is designed to share a range of things from tarot readings to the many hobbies and things I’m passionate about.

In short, this blog is going to be mixed bag but hopefully still enjoyable!

Who am I?

My name is Dee, and I live in Australia. I have a great many passions including genealogy, crochet, art history, science and writing.

For almost as long as I can remember, I’ve had a strong intuition. I’m the kind of person who tends to get a strong sense about a person from the moment I meet them. People have always been drawn to me for guidance, even those who considered themselves my enemies. As I’ve grown and evolved, so too has my ability to read people, situations and predict outcomes.

I was recently drawn to tarot and crystals in the hopes that I could find a more direct method of receiving the messages I and others need to know. It is still early days for my tarot journey, but I’ve already given several successful readings. I’m keen to continue doing so.

What exactly does ‘everlasting anomaly’ mean?

The term everlasting anomaly originally comes from a poem I wrote during my teenage years. (Yes, one of those typical angsty pieces!) At the time, it was an expression of how life never seems to turn out as you planned – how it has a tendency to twist and turn in strange and unexpected directions.

However, I also think it’s kind of an apt way to describe me and my various spiritual and creative endeavours. For instance, you come across a fair bit of misinformation while researching genealogy, but you would be hard-pressed to find anyone who hasn’t discovered something truly unexpected within their ancestry. That’s kind of what it’s all about – breaking through the anomalies to find the truth.

Now that I am finding ways to clarifying the messages I receive, I’m hoping to share them with others – to help them find their own truth through all the noise.

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