Sister Flirt’s Meditation Tin & Traveling Altar
Who Is Sister Flirtatious Romanovsky of Middlesex?
Sister took their vows in the Toronto Order of Perpetual Indulgence in 1983 to serve the local LGBT community. Although the Order’s formal organization no longer exists, Sister has never renounced his vows. She continues to minister to the gathered fruitful in central Ohio and through their on-line ministry RCM.
What is RCM?
RubberChickenMinistries.org is a digital, queer, non-theist, spiritual humanist ministry of Joy, Kindness and Love. We recognize gods as allegorical representations of a spiritual reality that is neither quantifiable by, nor reducible to, a modern scientific approach.
Since the first time humans believed in some unseen force(s) that might rule the world there have been spaces dedicated to worshiping or making offerings to them. Early nomadic peoples and medieval traveling clergy found various ways to carry books, candles, and other talismans.
The idea of using a mint tin as a portable altar came from seeing the one created by Theresa Reed, The Tarot Lady. The recent addition of printable tins at The GameCrafter allowed me to create one for my own use; that same technology allows me to share my design with you.
Meditation/ Prayer Prompts:
Your tin comes with a deck of 32 small cards designed as inspiration for personal meditation or prayer. Any hand-made card of similar size may of course be substituted with a quotation or other personal prompt.
There is enough room beside the cards to personalize yours with a votive candle, incense cone, crystal, or another talisman. The tin travels well with a small tarot deck; some of which are sold in similar containers. US Games Systems published Theresa Hutch’s White Sage Tarot shown here. Neither is affiliated with, or endorses, Sister Flirt’s Meditation Tin & Traveling Altar.
Information on Sister Flirt and the 1980’s Toronto Order of gay male nuns;
GuncleTarot.com is where I offer card readings infused with my experience as a long-time openly queer, creative, spiritual, kinky person;
My JKL Designs on-line shop offers T-shirts, jewelry and other merchandise featuring my Choose JOY™ series of logotype designs.
The bulk of the purchase price, plus any Shipping Fees, go to TheGameCrafter.com for processing your order and producing a high quality item made-to-order just for you. Any taxes collected by TheGameCrafter.com are remitted by them.
Games On Demand:
Game production (even if it’s a deck of cards with a box and inserts) is not as quick as t-shirts or coffee mugs. Your patience (and your order) is very much appreciated.
The GameCrafter website currently shows a 4 week turn around on orders- they do tend to be very conservative with their estimates and most of my orders have shipped before their estimate. The covid quarantine seems to’ve increased both the number of people ordering games and the number of new games being created and uploaded. Please consider placing an order for holiday gifts earlier than in previous years.
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