Tuesday, December 15, 2009

Tarot Card Spreads-Tree of Life Tarot Spread



Tarot Card Spreads-Tree of Life Tarot Spread

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The tree of life tarot card spread contains ten cards each relating to a sphere of life. This is designed to give you an overall view of someone's current situations and concerns.

Interpreting the positions:

Card 1: Represents the inquirer's spiritual world,his or her attitude towards it and general inner state of being at the time of reading.

Card 2: Denotes energy,drive and spheres of responsibility.

Card 3: Relates to understanding, and represents limiting or containing factors operating in the inquirer's life.

Card 4: Represents financial matters and practical activities.

Card 5: Denotes strife,challenges and indicayes what kind of opposition must be overcome by the inquirer.

Card 6: Refers to the inquirer's achievements,success and outer image.

Card 7: Represents the inquirer's lovelife, emotional attachments and feelings about this side of life in general.

Card 8: Denotes worldly matter concerning the inquirer:business and career, cultural and artistic endeavour and indicates how these are appraoched.

Card 9: Represents the unconscious mind and all its secrets and hidden depths. It can also refer to health matters, especially when thhis concern overall well-being.

Card 10: Indicates the inquirer's roots and denotes home, family and close relationships.

Stay tuned for more varieties of tarot card spreads.

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Sunday, November 29, 2009

Tarot Card Spreads-Celtic Cross Tarot Spread




Tarot Card Spreads-Celtic Cross Tarot Spread


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The Celtic Cross tarot card spread is one of the popular tarot card spreads and is known to be ancient. It is the best reliable method to use when you want to answer a specific question.

Laying out the Celtic Cross tarot card spread.

After selecting the significator from the court cards the shuffled and cut cards are placed in the sequence and positions shown in the diagram.

Card 1. This covers him/her

This card often tells the gist of the question and reveals the type of environment surrounding it. It is a card of present and may indicate the querent's state of present and may indicate the querent's state of mind and whether there are positive or negative influences at work at the moment.

Card 2. This crosses him/her

This card reveals opposition,obstacles and blocks surrounding the querent. Sometimes, this card will be positive and thus harder to read as an obstacle. A positive cross indicates that there is little opposition.

Card 3. This crowns him/her

This card relates to conscious plans and intentions and often indicates developments in the near future albeit not the final result to the question.

Card 4. This is beneath him/her

This card is the description of the past atmosphere that have led to the present situation. It can denote the querent's state of mind or actual events and activities which are still affecting matters today. Sometimes the querent is clueless of these things and may be flabbergasted or confused by this card.

Card 5. This is behind him/her

This position clearly denotes the past and at other times the querent may still believe they are influencing his/her situation, but the factors which are now passing away are shown by this card.

Card 6. This is before him/her

New people, fresh influences and future events are indicated by this card. It is helpful to read it in combination with card 3, so that you can see whether the inquirer's plan are going to be supported or hindered by future circumstances.

Card 7. Yourself

This card indicates the querent's present state of mind,position or feelings about the matter in hand. Mental attitude,self confidence,clarity of aim and awareness make for a good deal. If you are negative or have a sad frame of mind, you may find it hard to make the most of best opportunities.

Card 8. The House

This card suggests the actions and attitudes of other people will be in relation to the question. Any helpful or unhelpful influences around the inquirer should be revealed here. This card can also show how others see the inquirer which can be very different from how the querent sees himself or herself.

Card 9. Hopes and fears

This card reveals the querent's hopes,fears and expectations regarding the question. Have a look at card 3 to see how closely these deeper feelings relate to more obvious planned intentions.

Card 10. What will come

This card should give you the most final outcome. The result of the question and denotes whether it will be a positive or negative influence.


The Celtic cross tarot card spread was recommended for answering questions by Arthur Edward Waite who was part of the short lived but influential magic order of the Golden Dawn. Stay tuned for more varieties of Tarot card spreads.

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Wednesday, July 22, 2009

Tarot Symbolism-Major Arcana

Tarot Symbolism-Major Arcana


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Tarot Symbolism-The Chariot

The Chariot shows a youthful, vibrant hero standing courageously upright in an elaborately decorated chariot, drawn by two animals one black and white. Yet this dominant figure barely has the control of the rains. The Chariot is a real physical vehicle that brings news or friends from far away places.

The tarot symbolism if the creatures in front of the chariot are night and day,past and present,conscious and unconscious. By understanding and working with three forces one may come to comprehend the meaning of duality,polarity and gaining control and as a consequence may succeed.


Tarot Symbolism-The Magician

The Magician shows a man presiding over a table with one hand stretch up. The man wears the figure eight above his head which symbolizes eternity. On the table there are a cup, a coin,sword and baton. These are the four tarot card suits of the Minor Arcana. Each represents an area of life,knowledge and personality.

The Magician has control over these elements and can rearrange them or use them as it suits him. Like Midas the Magician can turn things into gold. The Magician card in tarot is a perfectly balance male and female-an androgynous card. A card of self-love.


Tarot Symbolism- The Sun

The Sun card in tarot usually depicts a child or two children. It;s tarot symbolism is the children have come from the womb represented by the Moon into the full blossom of consciousness. It's in the merging between the hidden subconscious aspects of the personality and the full development of intellectual expression.

Sparkling forces of energy,joy,vitality and glory is also another tarot symbolism of the Sun. The children or twins represents innocence,joy and new creations,symbolizing two halves of a whole,positive and negative,intellect and intuition,yin and yang.


Tarot Symbolism- The Moon

The Moon depicts two dogs flip back their heads and howl. A crab crawls out of a pool. The tower rise from a distance and a full moon hangs in the sky over a surreal dream like landscape. The tarot symbolism of the crab is our earliest stages of development.

As we crawl out of the pool of the unconscious we become aware. Then we realize that there is more to the world than we had at first guessed. The two tower represent the gateway through which we must pass if we want to attain enlightenment.

The presence of the Moon and the two dogs also suggest links with numerous ancient myths. The Moon was also worshipped as the source of life and fertility.


Tarot Symbolism-The World

This card sometimes known as the Major Fortuna shows a naked woman dancing inside an oval wreath. The oval wreath is shaped like an egg. It's tarot symbolism is of wisdom,completeness and knowledge. Within this shape the merry dancing figure suggests that the dance of life continues in a never-ending cycle of birth and earth.

The cycle brought in by the Fool is complete, the next turn awaits. The experiences and the perspectives and insights represented by the Major Arcana have all been, absorbed and synthesized and completion is inevitable.


Tarot Symbolism- The Strength

The Strength card in tarot shows a woman in the process of opening a lion;s mouth. What the woman is doing requires courage and certainty, the kind that has nothing to do with force or violence or animosity but the kind of strength that comes from generous,loving heart. The figure eight is drawn over the woman's head in the form of a hat. It's tarot symbolism id of eternity.

The tarot symbolism of the human figure is the conscious mind coming to terms with our instinctive animal nature and basal urges. The woman is taming or controlling these forces which lurk deep within us all.


Tarot Symbolism-Temperance

The Temperance card in tarot shows an angel or female figure pouring water from one cup into another. She seems to be blending the contents of her two vessels. In Latin, the word temperance is derived from the word temperare which means to blend.mix and moderate or bring into harmony.

The tarot symbolism of the liquid which flows from one cup to the other, is the current of life, the bridge between the conscious and unconscious, the blending of male and female, representing the logic and gut feel. each requires its opposite to complement in order to form one big whole.


Tarot Symbolism-The Lovers

The lovers card in tarot shows a couple with an angelic being hovering over them. The Tarot symbolism of these three figure are the conscious mind(male), unconscious(female) and the higher self(cupid or angel).

It's tarot symbolism is of blending these obviously exact opposites, active and passive,positive and negative in what is effectively a mental or emotional marriage. This union can only be brought about through the powers of love including physical love when the Lovers appear in a tarot card reading.


Tarot Symbolism-The Tower

The Tower card in tarot shows a tower and lightning. The tarot symbolism of lightning is associated with destruction and anger. Both Tower and lightning are masculine symbols and in mythology, Zeus the father of the gods throw thunderbolts to execute his power.

The overall images of the tower is linked with the biblical story of the tower of Babel. The intention of the builders was to reach heaven, this never taken place for God caused them to speak different languages. They were unable to communicate with each other therefore didn't finish building the tower.


Tarot Symbolism-The Hanged Man

The famous yoga pose called sirsasana which is standing on your head,much very like the image of the Hanged Man dangling his one foot from a tree. Yogis swore by this practice to activate the brain nerve centers and improve mental acuity. It's overall tarot symbolism is rebirth,regeneration,patience and enjoying your waiting time.


Tarot Symbolism- The Hermit

The Hermit card in tarot shows an old man or a religious recluse carrying a lamp. This is a familiar figure in many religions. A Hermit sits on top of a distant mountain or retreats in a dingy cave. By isolating himself he listens to his inner voice and gains wisdom. The lamp is the tarot symbolism of knowledge and the light illuminated from the lamp revealed esoteric mysteries of the unconscious.


Tarot Symbolism- The Justice

The Justice card in tarot shows a familiar figure. A female usually blindfolded holding the scales and sword. In many cultures the female figure in the Justice card is seen as Fate Incarnate or Karma in the flesh. She gives punishment for the bad and honors to those who does dignified deed.


Tarot Symbolism- The Fool

The Fool also known as the renaissance joker or sometimes the sacred child is in the process of stepping off a cliff totally forgetful of the danger. A miracle will happen, The Fool will survive and he or she is able to complete his journey. The Tarot Symbolism of the Fool is continuous cycle of life,birth and death, forever newly born and about to start his search of spiritual enlightenment.


Tarot Symbolism- The Emperor

The Emperor card in tarot is a masculine card,belonging to the left brain while the right brain is female,creative and intuitive by nature. The tarot symbolism of the Emperor is the rise and evolvement of intellect, reason and authority,such concepts are conventionally masculine in nature.


Tarot Symbolism- The Wheel of Fortune

The Wheel of Fortune card in tarot shows the wheel governed by a sphinx like figure. In each corner of the card there are four figures; a bull, lion, an eagle and angel. Each one belongs to a fixed sign of the zodiac; the angel to Aquarius which is the tarot symbolism for intellect and mental faculties.

The bull to taurus which is the tarot symbolism for feeling and our physical senses,. The lion to Leo which is the tarot symbolism for intuition and the Scorpion eagle which is associated with element of water.

The tarot symbolism of the Wheel of Fortune is journey. There is the journey through the seasons; planting seeds,bearing fruit,harvest and withdrawal. Much like the woman through all her phases as maiden,bride,mother and crone. Each cycle or circular trip eventually return to its starting point,very much like the wheel.


Tarot Symbolism- The Star

The Star card in tarot,shows a naked woman pouring water into a pool and onto the land beside her. Seven stars shine in the sky above while one larger star gleams in their midst. As the saying goes "wish upon a star" for the star is the ultimate tarot symbolism of fusion,transistion and optimism. It is the eternal symbol of hope.


Tarot Symbolism- The High Priestess

The High Priestess card in tarot, shows a veiled face of the goddess. She represents the original aspect of the ancient triple-faced goddess which is the tarot symbolism for mystery,secrets,feelings,instincts,changeable moods and fertility.

The High Priestess is believed to be the one who guards the gateways to the deepest recesses of the mind. This triple faced goddess is linked with the cyclical phases of the moon; New moon- She is the virgin woman, full moon-she is the fertile mother and the dark waning moon she is the infinitely wise old crone.


Tarot Symbolism-Judgment

The Judgment card in tarot, is a familiar image in Christianity as well as in medieval times. It shows the idea of the last days of the world. The archangel Michael blows his horn,sounds the last trump and the souls of the dead rise up at his call. Some kind of rebirth,new creation or resurrection follows the dreadful destruction and is announced by the signs before hand.


Tarot Symbolism-The Hierophant

The Hierophant is an ancient Greek word which means priest. He presides over rituals and interprets the sacred mysteries. The Hierophant card in tarot, shows a beautiful place,fancy robes,symbolic pictures and all the trimmings which cry opulence.

Some believed that the magnificent material display helps to create atmosphere and people can easily tune in their thoughts towards spiritual matters but some religious and spiritual movements favor more the utmost simplicity.

So there you have it, the Major Arcana of the Tarot, its images and tarot symbolism.


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Tarot Numerology Secrets-What You Must Know About Number Combinations

Tarot Numerology Secrets-What You Must Know About Number Combinations


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In large tarot card spreads you are almost certain to get at least two of a kind appearing somewhere. For example, there might be three eights side by side or a cluster of court cards. Such combinations are then significant if they fall together.

These combinations suggest overall influences or tarot numerology meanings which should be considered in addition to their usual significance.

Kings:
Four- Worldly, public honors,powerful gatherings;important and successful business or political matters.
Three- Groups of men,powerful or influential friendships.
Two- A business partnership,enterprise,cooperation in business affairs.

Queens:
Four-Entertainment, if any are reversed, the event may be split.
Three-female groups or gatherings,supporting,helpful associations
Two- Gossips,secrets between friends. Can indicate a rival or petty betrayal especially if surrounding cards confirm this or if cards are reversed.

Knights:
Four- Action, the male force
Three- More adult parties than indicated by the pages,dinners,theatres,small convivial groups
Two- Meeting old friends

Pages:
Four-Groups of young people or students.Places where such people gather such as schools or universities.
Three- Parties,fun,lively or noisy social events.
Two- Trouble through friends

Tens:
Four- Overwhelming success,accompanied by tension. If any are reversed this is delayed or there are obstacles to overcome.
Three-Business correspondences,litigation.
Two=Lucky breaks,possibility of a new job.

Nines:
Four-Achievement
Three-Wealth,Health,Happiness
Two-Business related documents

Eights:
Four- Journeys,activity,work related news
Three-News of marriage or other important alliance.
Two- Surprise developments

Sevens:
Four- Disappointments,intrigue,pitfalls
Three- A happy result of some kind
Two-Balanced forces or mutual love

Sixes
Four-Harmony
Three-Attainments,completion

Fives:
Four-Unstable partnerships,competitive influences
Three- A solid routine,regular cycles

Fours:
Four- A welcome rest,contentment,security
Three- Work

Three:
Four-tenacity,creative productivity
Three- things are not as they seem. Lies,concealment

Two:
Four-Groups either working groups or teams
Three-Reshuffles,re-assessment

Ace:
Four-An important possibly dangerous time. There is great energy here, which may be turned to positive or negative account.
Three-Good news is on the way. Other cards should indicate whether this pertains to money,career or love or intellectual matters.
Two-Union,partnership. Can also indicate a new home or place of work.

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Tarot Numerology-What The Numbers Tell you

Tarot Numerology-What The Numbers Tell you

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Tarot Numerology-Aces-One

Aces (wands,cups,swords,pentacles) signify the beginning of an impulse,chain of events or expression of a type of energy. They are dynamic cards, heralding initiative or initiation when in a positive,upright position.

In Tarot numerology one is a masculine number which relates to the conscious mind. It symbolizes confidence,independence and the ability to initiate schemes and get things done. The aces represent different aspects of the Magician- his go ahead qualities.


Tarot Numerology- Two

In tarot numerology, two is a feminine number which symbolizes the need and the urge to nurture, receive and synthesize opposites-blending them into a perfect whole. The number two represents balances and harmony. It may be visualized as masculine and feminine; light and dark, yin and yang and are polar opposites.

The twos correspond to the High Priestess in the Major Arcana and her receptive qualities. The underlying theme is one of union.


Tarot Numerology- Three

In tarot numerology three is the number of growth and success. It is creative number which combine, the impetus of one, the receptivity and balancing qualities of two and their successful, productive fusion.

The number corresponds to the Empress in the Major Arcana and these cards carry a familiar fertile vibration.

Tarot Numerology- Four

In tarot numerology, the number four is earthy and stable. It corresponds to the positive qualities of structure,authority,logic and endurance.

Linked with the Emperor of the Major Arcana, the four represent the idea of foundation and form. Yet this structure can also signify restriction. Without structure,visions and ideas would never materialize. Many people find structure and the self-discipline which accompanies it, very hard to handle. So depending upon personality, the four may be seen as strong and constructive or dull or limiting.

Tarot Numerology-Five

The number five corresponds with the Hierophant in the Major Arcana. This card represents convention. IN tarot numerology, five represents the need to be free of the restriction symbolized by four. The fives in tarot numerology may bring welcome changes which one struggles to institute or seem to represent destructive forces which drive away valued relationships or situations.

Five of wands, Pentacles, Cups and Swords represent difficult situations,pain and struggles of various kinds. Yet these battles must be fought, sorrow and hard times must be endured. But once these things have been overcome positive changes can be welcomed.

Tarot Numerology-Six

The number six is linked to the Lovers in the Major Arcana, a card of love and harmony which is also a card of choice or two paths.

The number six in tarot numerology herald success,contentment and harmony but hint at underlying tensions,sacrifice and effort. There are riches and blessings to be had, but they are temporary.


Tarot Numerology-Seven

In tarot numerology seven can hint at unconscious or repressed talents. It is also a number which has been linked with progress and changes.

Seven is linked with the Chariot in the Major Arcana. Success, honours,victory and rewards for hard work are common meanings attributed to this card.

Yet there is something illusory or temporary about all sevens(wands,cups,pentacles,swords). This message is also found in the Chariot: Beware of excessive pride especially during the moment of victory. Time passes, there's a cycle and we cannot hang on to our triumph forever.

Seven in tarot numerology is an unstable,mutable and feminine number. It often refers to inner journey, thinking and meditations.

Tarot Numerology-Eight

Eight is linked with both Strength and Justice in the Major Arcana. This number relates to both good judgment and strength in tarot numerology. The number eight brings welcome clarity after the confusion inherent in the sevens.

In tarot numerology eight is a number of destiny and karma-what you have sown you reap. The number eight represent two extremes of power: growth and restriction,gain and sacrifice.

The eight in tarot numerology refers to structures and foundations. It also incorporates the ideas of change and balance and the concept of balancing both material and spiritual worlds. In tarot numerology eight is a masculine number,strong,energetic denoting progress rather than change for the sake of change.

Tarot Numerology-Nine

Nine is linked with the Hermit in the Major Arcana. It is a card of purification and reassessment. These are required if life is to move forward in a positive way. In tarot numerology,Nine represents the end of cycle. Nine is a feminine number,signifying love,prosperity and the ability to attract what one needs. Although much has been achieved, there is still more to learn, or to be faced.

Nine, in tarot numerology is associated with striving for perfection on every level.


Tarot Numerology-Ten

Ten corresponds to the Wheel of Fortune in the Major Arcana. This card suggest that things are shifting and changing in your life. This card is part of a larger pattern-fate,destiny and karma. In tarot numerology ten signifies groups of people,ideas and events.

Ten, in tarot numerology is usually reduced to one-representing the start of a cycle which finishes with the number nine. The Tens of the tarot are numbers in their own right, standing for transformation and the consolidation of matters before a new chapter can begin.

Joyful emotions overflow in the tens of cups;negative ways of thinking are transformed by the tens of swords,earthy financial and family matters are the essence of Ten of Pentacles while the fiery lure of power and success is represented by the ten of wands.

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Wednesday, July 15, 2009

Tarot For Beginners-Learning How To Read Tarot Cards

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Tarot For Beginners-Learning How To Read Tarot Cards

In learning how to read tarot cards part 1 we delved into first, choosing an appropriate tarot deck, second, have a complete understanding of the meaning of each tarot cards. Thirdly, preparing for tarot reading session and shuffling of the tarot cards. To continue, here's the rest of tarot card reading instructions in learning how to read tarot cards part two:

1.Choosing your tarot card spreads- tarot card reading can be made easier by choosing the right tarot layout for your purposes. It is a good idea to hold your chosen pattern in mind while shuffling the cards. Your tarot deck is a tool, id wisely used will shed some light upon problems or provide an answer to a question.

Types of Tarot Cards Spreads:

a. Horoscope- tarot card spread like this are useful to begin with for they will give you a good idea for what is, has been and will be important to your inquirer. These tarot card spreads can help you tune in to each other so that you both relax and the tarot reading has a chance to flow.

b. Past,Present and Future tarot card spread (varieties)-provide a broad time frame well for prediction.

c. Celtic cross or Horseshoe tarot card spread-these are designed to analyze a single, specific question.

d. Tree of Life tarot card spread- can be used to provide an overall look at the various areas of someone's life.

The individual positions of the tarot cards in this layout is designed to answer a question. Each position carries its own meaning and whatever card falls there must be interpreted in the context of this meaning.

2. Choosing your significator- some tarot card spreads require what is called a significator. This card represents the inquirer in the tarot reading. It can be chosen in various ways.

It is easiest to use the astrological correspondences. All you need to know is your inquirer's birth sign and then you can choose the appropriate court card. Or you can also pick out the basic personality traits and base your choice on this.

You can also choose a court card to represent the general area enquiry in question. Like for example, if the question relates to love or romantic relationships, the King or queen might be the most suitable choice. Knights can be use to represent men in their teens and early twenties, while the Queen represent women from their twenties onwards. Young girls could be represented by one of the Pages.

Don't just forget about your significator once you have chosen it. Don't simply place the signifcator on the table, try to bring this card by seeing how it relates to other cards in the tarot layout.

3. Analyzing your tarot layout. In learning how to read tarot cards you must remember there are no two tarot cards interpretation alike. Interpreting tarot cards is as unique as it can be. So it's important to analyze carefully your chosen tarot layout.

Once the tarot cards are laid out in front of you, look closely at them individually. Check if the predominant cards are Major Arcana cards. These cards highlight important events, shifts or attitudes and outlook and the concerns are much much deeper than the Minor Arcana Cards.

Major Arcana cards indicates that the inquirer has reached a meaningful time in life (marriage,children,changing careers). Such times are to be memorable and great care must be taken when interpreting the tarot cards for the inquirer. If there are a lot of Minor cards in your tarot layout it means concentrate more on everyday concerns.

It can show you whether the tarot reading is subjective or objective or refers to an inner or outer event. Minor arcana cards are important as well but tend to be less influential in the long term. Very often the Minor Arcana cards will serve to amplify one of the tarot meanings attached to the complex Major Arcana cards.

If you are looking at a tarot card spread with in built timing such as the Romany or Twelve Month or Calendar tarot card spreads you can see quickly where the most challenging or meaningful moments occur by looking for the Major Arcana cards.


So there you have it, very simple tarot card reading instructions in learning how to read tarot cards. Interpreting tarot cards is as unique as anyone's thumbprints. The very essence in learning how to read tarot cards is the way how you conduct your very own brand of tarot cards interpretation.


Let your logical mind take a back seat and let your intuition take over. It's not only as important to have a comprehensive understanding of the meaning of each tarot card and a basic knowledge of different tarot card spreads or tarot spread illustrations but developing your intuition as well, to give your own tarot cards interpretation an ooomph. That's the overall gist of tarot for beginners-learning how to read tarot cards.

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Tarot Card Spreads-How To Analyze Your Tarot Card Spread

Tarot Card Spreads-How To Analyze Your Tarot Card Spread

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When you first look at your chosen tarot card spreads it is likely that one suit will predominate. This immediately gives you a rough idea of what the reading is about. This is called Primary Majority. This suit is often accompanied by a noticeable number of tarot cards from another suit, although there are less of them-this is called Secondary Majority.

Both Secondary and Primary majority can aid you to see whether the reading mainly refers to subjective inner thoughts (Swords) and feelings (Cups) or is it focusing upon objective,tangible events (Wands and Pentacles).

Each suit is also strenghten,weaken or remains neutral in the presence of other suits. This is known as resonance and dissonance and basically transcends the individual tarot meanings of the cards. For instance, Swords weaken Pentacles but strengthen Cups and Wands.

So if you see The Ace of Swords surrounded by Pentacles, it's overall influence and strength would be weakened and less emphasis placed upon it as part of your tarot card interpretation.

But if you see it surrounded by Wands or Cups these would serve to highlight its tarot meaning. This may seem much of an information overload at first, but it can improve the accuracy of your tarot card interpretation.

If the inquirer has a specific problem it requires a specific tarot card spread. There is also a question of timing. This is quite frankly difficult to get it right for in many ways Tarot affords glance into a timeless zone.

Some people seem to hop through lives filled with constant drama and change while others spend year after year wondering when something interesting will happen. These extremes may also be found in a short period such are packed with events and meetings.

Most people know that whatever the calendar may say, time can fly by or drag its heels as if obeying its own rules. In many tarot readings time appears to be an elastic substance.

Tarot card spreads such as the twelve month or calendar spread can isolate the months accurately and give you an overall view of the year ahead. As you will know. some months will be fairly dull or uneventful while others may indicate changes and developments.

As you progress learning to read the tarot cards you may want to develop or design your own tarot card spreads.

There are also many different spreads in tarot or tarot spread illustrations. Do a little sketch of each tarot card spread you layout and write down whatcards appear, their position( upright or reversed) and where they face in the spread.

Note down the meanings of each card. Sometimes an obvious theme will emerge at other times the tarot card spread may seem obscure. You can even experiment with broader issues and do spreads about political or business matters in the news.

Among many tarot methods in analyzing your tarot layout, storytelling is one good way to develop your intuition and makes interpreting tarot cards a breeze. By telling a story you learn how to weave the separate images into coherent whole.

Layout your tarot cards in your chosen tarot card spread, look at the pattern and pick out the characters who are going to enact this little soap opera. There will be court cards(King,Queen,Knight,Page) plus people of the Major Arcana cards like the Empress, Emperor, Fool,High Priestess etc.

Start at the beginning of your tarot card spread, describe the character who first appears and the kind of situation he or she is in. Moving along the cards look at the other characters involved and try to imagine the part they are playing. You can ask yourself questions by looking at the pattern like:

What is the overall mood of the story?

What is affecting the characters and their behaviours?

Is it a love story full of Cups?

Or an action story with plenty of Wands?

You can choose as a significator for your story like say for example, The Queen of Cups and placed her in the centre of your practice tarot card spread: your story will be about a sensitive,emotional very feminine woman.

Try and picture her age and appearance, imagine her clothes and so on. Now look at the cards which you have placed in:

Position 1. Indicates what news may be expected whether or not our character is going to be travelling anywhere.

Position 2. Tells you whether the Queen of Cups is being over emotional and becomes demanding.

Position3. This tells you more about the woman's deeply hidden motives,desires,hopes and fears and will probably reveal any current problems too.


Storytelling is an exercise which is designed to encourage imagination and intuition essential abilities if you want to uniquely analyze your tarot card spreads.

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Tarot Methods Made Easy-How To Develop Your Intuition

Tarot Methods Made easy-How To Develop Your Intuition


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What we are going to delve into today are basic tarot methods made really easy especially geared for beginners in tarot.

A sound working knowledge of Tarot is essential like a basic understanding of the meaning of each tarot card,familiarity with many different spreads in tarot or tarot layouts and knowing the generic character traits of people represented by the four tarot card suits ( Swords,Cups,Wands,Pentacles).

But intuition can make the difference between a good tarot cards interpretation and an inspired one. So these are tarot card reading instructions with emphasis on developing your intuition.

In school, we are thought to think logically, a linear way especially in problem solving. Further education even more taught structured ways of thinking and presenting arguments. These skills of course are all very useful in like. But not many of us know that we can use our minds in other ways too.

Many people wrongly believe they are not intuitive or psychic. Some people think it's a rare gift or talent which they can never hope to acquire. Naturally, not all of us are destined to become great mediums or famous healers. But basic extra sensory perception or intuition is available to everyone who is prepared and willing to put aside a little time each day and work towards developing it.

Developing your intuition can help to unlock your creativity and improve your ability to solve problems. Intuition can be used alongside logical ways of thinking. Tarot cards interpretation requires both kinds of approach. You begin a tarot reading by assessing the tarot cards,looking at a pattern, then try to blend all these disparate pieces of information into a coherent whole. That's where intuition comes in.

So how do you begin? These are simple tarot methods made easy, so let's get the ball rolling:

1. Have faith in yourself and believe that you can develop psychic abilities.

2. Learn to trust your instinctive feelings and reactions to the tarot cards on a deeper, subconscious levels.

3. Pay more attention to your five senses. Sight,hearing,touch,taste and smell and really notice the subtleties, the little nuances.

Learn to tune into the world around you and become truly aware of it. You will automatically become more intuitive. Take a little time each day to meditate,ponder and become acutely conscious of the messages your five senses are receiving. You will soon become aware of your inner voice, which is the first step towards becoming more psychic or intuitive.

If something illogical or ridiculous your inner voice is telling you do not dismiss it or suppress it. Yes you could be wrong but what if you are right?

These tarot methods are seemingly made easy right? Now here are some simple tarot card reading instructions before getting down to more serious study. I assure you these are simple exercises of tarot for beginners. Let's press on.

1. Take out your tarot cards, look at them,handle them,mix them up and get a tactile feeling for them. Enjoy them.

2. Look carefully at each image and symbols of each tarot card and write down in a notebook what you think and how you feel about each picture.


3. Take your chosen tarot card and have a good look at it and tuck it under your pillow or place it on a bedside table. Meditate and ask your subconscious to send you a clear dream about the tarot meaning of the card.

4. When you wake up,scribble down your dream pictures. If there are none write down how you feel ecstatic,gloomy,calm and sad or whatever.

5. Keep these notes with any other cards you have written. They may seem like gibberish at first but will probably make sense to you later on.

These simple tarot card reading instructions are designed to help you tuned in to the tarot, and in the process develop your intuition. See? These are tarot methods made easy to follow and practice especially thought of tarot for beginners.

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Wednesday, July 8, 2009

Tarot Card Suits-Suit of Swords

Tarot Suit of Swords

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The Tarot Suit of Swords is expressed by the breezy element of air. Air and the suit of Swords are linked with the so called civilized mind. The element of air symbolizes the plane of thought and all structured mental activity. Here, ideas are carefully thought out and analyzed and labelled. Incisive questions, word games, written and spoken communication are all airy.

At their best Suit of Swords represent great mental power and clarity. They are connected with the law,mathematics and science. They may relate to mental and physical travel,new ideas and transforming thoughts. Tarot suit of Swords can herald great mental changes, spark off our desire to learn, to read and explore ideas. The swords are difficult to cards to interpret cause they often refer to abstract situations or mental states rather than tangible actions or events. Words,communications, conversations are frequent themes.

Negatively,pessimism often cause unhappiness which is the downside of the Tarot Suit of Swords. When the qualities symbolized by air fail to connect with feeling,intuition or practicality they can create a chilly, remote and inhuman world. The intellect rules, logic is all and there is no room for mystery and imagination.

Gemini,Libra and Aquarius pf the Zodiac are linked with the Tarot Card Suit of Swords. The court cards( kings,queens,knights and pages) of these airy signs represent thinkers and intellectuals. People symbolized by the suit of swords are usually communicative,fair-minded and may be progressive thinkers. They are fascinated by information and the organization of ideas into a coherent whole.

They may appear cold and aloof on the surface or fickle and insubstantial. They do have very deep feelings but have tremendous difficulty in expressing them or even admitting to them. Swords often represent educated, professional types such as lawyers,scientists,architects and all those with sharp quick minds.

When negative Tarot Suit of swords represent people who are malicious,spiteful and verbally aggressive. Their pens and tongues are great weapons for they rarely resort to physical violence-preferring to hurt with words.

Learning the basic traits of people represented by the four tarot card suits of the Minor Arcana is a good place to start if you are interested in learning how to read tarot cards. Next, a better understanding of the meaning of each tarot cards and exposing yourself to different tarot layouts will enable you to acquire a unique style in interpreting tarot cards.

Let me reiterate that human beings are more complex and subtle. It is impossible to categorize each individuals by the four tarot card suits alone. However knowing the basic traits of people represented by the four tarot card suits gives you a quick and handy guide of the generic character traits of these people

In learning how to read the tarot cards, gaining a fundamental knowledge of the Tarot Card Suits, be familiar with the different tarot layouts and a full understanding of the meaning of each tarot card will give you a one of a kind way in interpreting tarot cards.

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Tarot Card Suits-Suit of Wands

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The Tarot Suit of Wands is expressed by the vital and volatile energy of fire. The Tarot Card Suit of Wands represents optimism-the triumph of hope over experience. Even when this optimism is misplaced it somehow usually wins thorough. When the tarot card suit of wands predominate in a tarot card spread they bring energy,movement and creativity.

They are associated with travel and can signify interesting trips for business or pleasure. The tarot card suit of wands also denotes mental travelling. Inner journeys filled with mental challenges are suggested by the tarot suit of wands. It also indicates deals and negotiations,career,property matters and lively gatherings such as parties and sparkling social events.

When the Tarot Suit of wands appear in an upright position in tarot card spreads they signify inspirational strength. People represented by the tarot suit of wands are active, extrovert,dramtic and charmingly selfish.

In interpreting tarot cards the intuitive way it is important to note real human beings are more complex and subtle. The tarot card suits only suggest the broadest and generic character traits. In a tarot card reading knowing each of these traits of the four tarot card suits gives you a handy idea of the type of person who may be playing a part of your life.

Aries,Leo and Sagittarius, the fire signs of the zodiac all relate to the tarot suit of wands. When court cards appear in tarot card spreads they frequently indicate a person or sometimes a state of mind or situation.

Tarot suit of Wands often signify fiery people and situations that are characterized by exuberance,vision,idealism and drama.

To round up, in interpreting tarot cards, its not only essential to know the meaning of each tarot card, it is also important to know the generic traits of people represented by the four tarot card suits.Seo Tricks

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Tarot Card Suits-Suit of Pentacles

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The Tarot Suit Of Pentacles is expressed by the element of earth.Th Suit of Pentacles represents the material world. Everything tangible-things we see,taste,smell and touch. The suit of pentacles denotes real money, brick and mortar,hardwork,old fashioned common sense, the ability to work away until something has been accomplished,commitment and practicality.

Pentacles is important because fiery visions of wands,exciting airy ideas of swords and inarticulate emotions of cups all need a container if they are to become tangible. Earth and the tarot suit of pentacles represent that firm structure.

In tarot spread illustrations,Pentacles is an essential suit to look for,because it stands for a more objective reality. Career plans,dream homes,financial hopes and emotional longings may all remain in the realm of the possible without a little earthly practicality to solidify them.

The tarot suit of pentacles by its very nature, support us. It denotes the foundations and limitations of life which are ultimately inescapable. Without the qualities of this suit there could be no airplanes to take us away on holidays, no houses to live in-indeed there would be no physical reality at all.

The tarot suit of pentacles stands for wisdom of old age,supportive maternal instincts and all actions which seek to preserve and consolidate. Pentacles has a sensual element and magic of its own. It represents our sense of touch, without which it would be very difficult to express love or create works of art. Pentacles bring these qualities into a reading,denoting money,work,career,property,status and worldly matters in general.

The earthly Taurus,Virgo and Capricorn are all related to the tarot suit of pentacles. The court cards of pentacles represent people who demonstrate earthly traits in themselves or who are playing this role in your life. Take note once again again that human beings are more complex and subtle to be categorized by the four tarot card suits but this will give you a quick handy idea of the basic and generic traits of people represented by the tarot card suits.

The earth signs, the suit of pentacles and their court cards stand for practical people who are often well off,work hard and require routine in their lives. They are also warm,sensual and fond of material comforts. In relationships they prefer commitment to flirtation and may lack a sense of humor or imagination when it comes to others mistakes.

Pentacle people can be supportive in useful,practical ways. They may find it difficult to sympathize with you over the phone, but will readily lend money,cook meals or organize help when you need it. They are frequently good with their hands too. Marvelous in a crisis, they are also excellent hosts and lasting friends.

On the negative side, Tarot Suit of Pentacles denote stubborness, a stick in the mud attitude and very often authoritative.

To learn to read tarot cards and to acquire your own style of tarot card interpretation you will have to be fully equipped or get a better understanding of the meaning of each tarot cards and embrace totally the basic traits of the four tarot card suits.

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Tuesday, July 7, 2009

Tarot Card Suits-Suit of Cups

Tarot Suit of Cups

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One of the fundamental requisite in learning how to read tarot cards is to know the basic qualities of the four tarot card suits of the Minor Arcana. Today we are going to delve into the Suit of Cups.

The Suit of Cups and its element of water symbolizes the world of emotion. The Suit of Cups brings sensitivity and emotion into a tarot reading. Cups relate to love and marriage, romance and close relationships of every kind. Like the Cups ruling element water- is essential if relationships,creativity and group endeavour are to flourish and grow, for it represents the ability to nurture life.

The depth of feeling suggested by the Tarot Suit of Cups and water flow into many areas. It can emerge as a sense of creativity, abundant ideas and artistic inspiration. Suit of Cups is linked with a strong color sense,discriminating taste and an ability to create atmosphere. While the Tarot Suit of Swords and Tarot Suit of Wands can think both pf clever ideas, Suit of Cups is able to sustain them and give them continuing life.

An intuitive sense of direction which is often hard to articulate is typical of the Suit of Cups. When the Tarot Suit of Cups relates to specific area of life it suggests a love of one's work and an ability to develop talent.

The Suit of Cups and element of water is also linked with a love of nature and animals. Pets are often important to water types and the home is seen as a place of refuge. The idea of home is beyond the tangible roofs and ceilings for it also represents a spiritual inner home. Material comforts are often outward manifestations of the inner longings to be at home with yourself to be comfortable inside your own skin.

The Suit of Cups emphasizes the importance of people and how we deal with them. Kindness and generosity towards oneself and others are key themes. Typical watery types will often attract waifs and strays for they are soft hearted and sensitive to other's misfortunes. This tendency may sometimes create difficulties in their own lives by draining them of energy.

The court cards (kings,queens,knights and pages) of the suit of cups are linked to the water signs of cancer,scorpio and pisces. Once again I repeatedly mention that real human beings are more complex and subtle in character traits. Let this be a rough guideline into the generic traits of cancer,scorpio and pisces people born under these zodiac signs. Basically the tarot suit of cups generally stands for emotional individuals who are often artistic,sensitive and may be self indulgent.

When negative Tarot Suit of Cups represent demanding, self pitying individuals who are simply flooded with emotion. They can also be devious,manipulative and untrustworthy.

In interpreting tarot cards, its important to know and have a comprehensive understanding of the meaning of each tarot cards, be exposed to many different spreads in tarot, learn to develop your intuition, become familiar with the basic traits of the four tarot card suits of the Minor Arcana.

You have to arm yourself with these knowledge, if you are passionate about learning how to read tarot cards. You would go this far, especially the four tarot card suits-suit of cups.

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Wednesday, July 1, 2009

List of Tarot Card Meanings-Minor Arcana

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Ace of Wands Tarot Card Meaning
Ace of Cups Tarot Card Meaning
Ace of Swords Tarot Card Meaning
Ace of Pentacles


Two of Cups Tarot Card Meaning
Two of Wands Tarot Card Meaning
Two of Pentacles Tarot Card Meaning
Two of Swords Tarot Card Meaning


Three of Cups Tarot Card Meaning
Three of Wands Tarot Card Meaning
Three of Pentacles Tarot Card Meaning
Three of Swords Tarot Card Meaning


Four of Cups Tarot Card Meaning
Four of Wands Tarot Card Meaning
Four of Pentacles Tarot Card Meaning
Four of Swords Tarot Card Meaning


Five of Wands Tarot Card Meaning
Five of Pentacles Tarot Card Meaning
Five of Swords Tarot Card Meaning
Five of Cups Tarot Card Meaning



Six of Pentacles Tarot Card Meaning
Six of Wands Tarot Card Meaning
Six of Swords Tarot Card Meaning
Six of Cups Tarot Card Meaning


Seven of Wands Tarot Card Meaning
Seven of Pentacles Tarot Card Meaning
Seven of Swords Tarot Card Meaning
Seven of Cups Tarot Card Meaning


King of Swords Tarot Card Meaning
King of Wands Tarot Card Meaning
King of Pentacles Tarot Card Meaning
King of Cups Tarot Card Meaning


Eight of Wands Tarot Card Meaning
Eight of Cups Tarot Card Meaning
Eight of Pentacles Tarot Card Meaning
Eight of Swords Tarot Card Meaning


Nine of Cups Tarot Card Meaning
Nine of Swords Tarot Card Meaning
Nine of Pentacles Tarot Card Meaning
Nine of Wands Tarot Card Meaning


Ten of Cups Tarot Card Meaning
Ten of Wands Tarot Card Meaning
Ten of Swords Tarot Card Meaning
Ten of Pentacles Tarot Card Meaning


Queen of Pentacles Tarot Card Meaning
Queen of Swords Tarot Card Meaning
Queen of Wands Tarot Card Meaning
Queen of Cups Tarot Card Meaning


Knight of Wands Tarot Card Meaning
Knight of Cups Tarot Card Meaning
Knight of Pentacles Tarot Card Meaning
Knight of Swords Tarot Card Meaning


Page of Wands Tarot Card Meaning
Page of Cups Tarot Card Meaning
Page of Swords Tarot Card Meaning
Page of Pentacles Tarot Card Meaning


List of Tarot Card Meanings-Major Arcana

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Wednesday, June 24, 2009

Tarot Card Meaning-Knight of Swords

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You are an understanding listener and you know just what to say to please others. But don't get too close to associates that you have a hard time to think for yourself.

Rely on your own ability to solve problems. Sudden change,new ideas and fresh plans are tarot card meanings of Knight of Swords.

There is a strong feeling of surprise which pervades information you receive at this time. whether letters, emails,phonecalls or encounters.

An old friend or ex lover could suddenly reappear in your life. The Knight of Swords represents a confident, articulate,young man with blossoming reasoning powers and a subtle wit. Physically restless, he acts quickly and may rather be impulsive.

In matters of work he may be involved in public relations, the media in general,advertising or music industry.

Tarot Card Meaning- Knight of Swords reversed

When you draw the Knight of Swords reversed in a tarot card reading, troublemakers surround you. Deal with them openly and boldly to keep them from dominating your thinking and blocking your talents.

Deceit is another tarot card meaning of this card's position. When the Knight of Swords is reversed he is treacherous and secretive. He may like the King of Swords tell clever lies,steal your best ideas for his own ends or provoke quarrels. He can be sly and deceitful beneath a misleading subterfuge of honesty.

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Tarot Card Meaning-Page of Swords

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Do you resent the intrusions of others in your life? Make a break. Assert yourself. Those who truly love you will stand by you.

Pleasure in words is another tarot card meaning of Page of Swords. Generally this card signifies news,contracts,documents and new plans.

The Page of Swords denotes a well-coordinated ,bright, young person who enjoys games and sports.

Tarot Card Meaning-Page of Swords reversed

When you draw the Page of Swords reversed in a tarot card reading, you often change your course of action as you work towards your goals. This isn't necessarily bad as long as you keep your goals clearly in focus.

Friends may make excessive demands. Decline kindly but firmly.

Spite is another tarot card meaning of Page of swords reversed. This card's position indicates gossip,hurtful letters and a tricky childish influence. It also denotes lies..white and grey.

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Tarot Card Meaning-Page of Pentacles

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You want to be financially independent, so why not start right away? You may have to put up with criticism from family and friends but this is the time to push forward and improve your quality of life.

The tarot card meaning of Page of Pentacles is news about money or minor property matters. There could be small monetary improvements such as a salary raise or interests on investments.

There is good news connected with family, close friends or children. When it represents a child, the Page of Pentacles siggests a steady, good natured personality. This person is unimaginative, careful and loving.

There may be weight problems or a very sweet tooth.

Tarot Card Meaning-Page of Pentacles reversed

When you draw the Page of Pentacles reversed in a tarot card reading, you are being hesitant, secretly doubting that you will succeed.

Do not be afraid of a little competition. Another tarot card meaning of this card's position is a child may be having problems with shyness. He or she could be non-communicative or moody.

Negatively, money could be rather tight just now. This is a warning against theft of material possessions. There could be unexpected bills to pay too.

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Tarot Card Meaning-Knight of Pentacles

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Taking steps towards security is the most basic tarot card meaning of Knight of Pentacles. You have been questioning whether you will ever have enough money to get the things you want and need. You rarely feel discouraged but lately you lack confidence in the future.

Success is around the corner, but first you must learn to budget time and money better. This card stands for savings, loans and investors. Knght of Pentacles denotes the dawning of ambition and with the ability to work hard towards a goal.

Money may not be exactly abundant but with a firm aim in sight future rewards are more than likely.

The Knight of Pentacles may be just starting out in life yet his determined brand of ambition will eventually propel him to the top.

He is hard working and patient and rather conventional. He may seem a little slow and dull for his earthly mind lack imagination. However he is usually honest and makes a loyal friend or business partner who will not throw in the towel in the first hurdle.

Tarot Card Meaning-Knight of Pentacles reversed

When you draw the Knight of Pentacles reversed in a tarot card reading, the jey to your future financial security us to stopoverspending.. Cut back, Start looking at bottomlines, what you owe and to whom you owe it.

Another tarot card meaning of Knight of Pentacles reversed is financial strictures and career problems. It suggests over extended credit, refusal of loans or mortgages and an uncomfortable sensation of running on the spot to keep up financially.

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Tarot Card Meaning-Page of Wands

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Tact and diplomacy will bring the best results. People are in a generous mood, so dont hesistate to ask for assistance and get matters off your chest.

Another tarot card meaning of Page of Wands is opening up and feeling more creative.

Short journeys, invitations and plenty of lively conversations is indicated. Page of Wands represents a lively , intelligent child or teenager either male or female.

This card suggests the dawning of creativity and upsurge of energy.

Tarot Card Meaning-Page of Wands reversed

When you draw the Page of Wands reversed in a tarot card reading, everyone wants to get things done quickly. Dont overlook important setails in the rush to completion.

Another tarot card meaning of this card's position is disrupted communication. Slow progress in business and property matters. trips could be cancelled.

Hyperactivity, reading and writing difficulties and overall instability are all suggested by the Page of wands reversed.

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Tarot Card Meaning-Knight of Wands

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The more self asured you are the more better things will go. Everybody is playing to winm so be prepared for competition. Fight the need to have the final word.

Activity is another tarot card meaning of Knight of Wands. It also denotes short trips, new faces and places. This is a phase when you receive lots of letters or emails, phonecalls and potential job offers. socially there's plenty of invitation.

The Knight of Wands represents a sociable, intelligent young man. He has great plans for the future and with his energy and creativity he willeventually succeed. However at thisstagein life he has little staying powerm is easily bored by the daily grind and better at starting projects than following them through.

Sometimes this card can indicate an older man who is boyish character and attitude in life. He is looking for a mother figure and in business he is wishy washy.

Tarot Card Meaning- Knight of Wands reversed

When you draw the Knight of Wands reversed in a tarot card reading, dont believe everything you hear. Beware of impatience and white lies of others. Stand frim in your convictions but know when to swallow your pride.

Untrustworthy is another tarot card meaning of Knight of Wands reversed. It represents a fast talking charming rogue. A durty rotten scoundrel so to speak. He is not to be trusted in any way but can be hard to resist.

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Tarot Card Meaning-Page of Cups

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Dont get upset if things aren't going as you hoped. Be open to alternatives and prepare for a changeof plans. think before reacting, beware of childish behaviour.

Another tarot card meaning of Page of Cups is it signifies a gentle and imaginativechild or adolescent who is sensitive and loving.

Page of Cups indicates the dawning of creativity or intuitive impulses. These are likely to be expressed through dreams and reading about unexplained mysteries.

The Page of Cups may also signal some happy emotional news.

Tarot Card Meaning-Page of Cups reversed

When you draw the Page of Cups reversed in a tarot card reading, now is the time to be independent. friends and coworkers may not understand your feelings. Dont let emotions over power you and dont judge others too harshly. Patience wins in the end.

When negative, the tarot card meaning of Page of Cups reversedis it suggests an air of unreality and lack of coherence. You or someone close may be suffering from bad dreams which are difficult to comprehend.

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Tarot Card Meaning-Knight of Cups

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A break from responsibilities soon arrives. Let others pamper you. Do something nice for yourself. The Knight of Cups most often signifies that a lover is on the way or has just entered someone's life.

Another tarot card meaning of the Knight of Cups is that it refers to classes and groups where holistic or paranormal interests are pursued. These include yoga and meditation.When indicating a person, The Knight of Cups is usually spiritual, emotional young man. He is sensitive,artistic or musical and has high ideals.

Tarot Card Meaning-Knight of Cups reversed

When you draw the Knight of Cups reversed in a tarot card reading, dont be in a hurry to get things done. Stop and think things through before acting.

Take a vacation and stay away from responsibilities. there is life beyond work. The Knight of Cups reversed suggests a young man who lacks motivation and may have emotional problems. he is rather lost, often seeking advice but rarely able to follow it through.

He is also likely to be lazy, preferring to sleep and read rather than act and find his fantasies do not live up to reality.

Another tarot card meaning of this card's position is it can stand for drugs and drug dealers and relationships which are not what they seem.

Sometimes it indicates that a lover is leaving.

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Tuesday, June 23, 2009

Tarot Card Meaning-Queen of Pentacles

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You may be doubting your ability to live up to your responsibilities. Believe in yourself but dont look for too much approval from others at this time.

Rewards will arrive when you work independently in your own way. Rewards and treats is another tarot card meaning of Queen of Pentacles.This card indicates a desire to enjoy and acquire beautiful material things. this card appears in the middle of a period of very hard work amd suggests a need to reward yourself with a few indulgent treats such as holidays, jewelry or other luxuries. It can denote beauty treatments,massage,new clothes,perfume, etc. She is drawn to antiques and old buildings.

The Queen of Pentacles represents a warm hearted woman, who is fond of luxury, food,good clothes and elegant places.As a friend she can provide practical support in a crisis.

As a lover she is sensual, kind and loving but requires a financially stable partner.Ahe has strong aversion to poverty.

In business, she is often successful and has a good understanding of management, budgeting and organization. She works hard and will tolerate boring activities of they are likely to lead to something better.

Tarot Card Meaning-Queen of Pentacles reversed

When you draw the Queen of Pentacles reversed in a tarot card reading, what you lack in daring you make up for perseverance. Stay focused and dont let others scatter your energies or sway you off course.

Greed and ambition is another tarot card meaning of this card's position. The Queen of Pentacles reversed may hint at a very selfish attitude towards money. There may be tendency to spend on yourself and forget to share success with friends and loved ones.

Queen of Pentacles represents a woman who is extremely selfish about money, food or whatever material possessions. Spending lavishly on herself with litte thought of others. She can be a gold digger who marries for money.

In business, she represents an over ambitious woamnwith a good head for money and future planning. Her work leaves little time for her to enjoy love or friendships since she values a healthly bank balance highly.

She only cultivates friendships with people who are useful to her or can help her to achieve her ambitions.

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Tarot Card Meaning-Queen of Swords

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Let others suffer the consequences of their actions. Be your own person and you won't get burned.

Battle of wits is another tarot card meaning of Queen of Swords. It signifies success in all creative, mental pursuits such as public speaking,writing,music and publishing.

Queen of Swords represents an intelligent,perceptive,rational,logical and very loyal woman. In extreme situation her heart is firmly ruled by her cool quick witted head. She is strong and clear headed in a crisis.

She loves a lively social life, needing the stimulation of other people's ideas and enjoying wide ranging conversation. Her friendships are rarely deep for she prefers to skim the surface and enjoys variety.

In love the Queen of Swords is idealistic and shies away from possessive or over emotional type. She is a firm believer in sexual equality. She is also graceful, her physical movements are deft, makes her an excellent dancer.

Of all the Queens, The Queen of Swords is the most likely represent an unavailable woman with whom you are having an affair.

Tarot Card Meaning-Queen of Swords reversed

When you draw the Queen of Swords reversed in a tarot card reading, heavy demands make you feel doubtful. Loyalty is admirable, but don't dwell too much in the past. You don't need anyone else's approval.

Another tarot card meaning of this card's postion is jealousy. Women are particularly unhelpful to you at this time and could be talking behind your back.

The Queen of Swords reversed frequently represents an enemy who is secretly spreading poisonous gossip about you. In this position she suggests a troublesome woman who maybe motivated by jealousy or sheer spite. She can be dangerous, for she is clever..

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Tarot Card Meaning-Queen of Cups

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Remember that life is about more than your day to day job and worries. Take time to examine spiritual beliefs. Don't get bogged down by trivial details or the demand of others.

Another tarot card meaning of the Queen of Cups is it represents a highly imaginative, artistic often psychic woman. Her talents may be underused for she tends to be a bit lazy and also lacks confidence. In love, she is sympathetic and very loving. She may have trouvle asserting herself and always put her man first.

She is prone to bursting into tears and is very tender-hearted towards those in distress and small animals.

She can be delightfully vague and often has trouble being on time for appointments.

Tarot Card Meaning-Queen of Cups reversedCups reversed

When you draw the Queen of Cups reversed in a tarot card reading, those around you are acting stuffier than normal. Pay no attention. Take time to rethink matters especially your eating habits.

Emotional blocks and changeable moods is the most basic tarot card meaning of Queen of Cups reversed. This card's position may indicate repressed emotions,blocked sensuality,self pity and emotional exhaustion.

The Queen of Cups reveals a changeable over emotional woman who can also be manipulative. She may represent an emotional vampire who drains others of energy.

Sometimes this postion signifies a woman who has sustained painful emotional wounds. She may be locked into an unhappy and unfulfilling relationship or trapped in a dead end career.

Her taelnts lie dormant although she instinctively knows they are there and should be used, she does not know how to bring her about.


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Tarot Card Meaning-Queen of Wands

Tarot Card Meaning-Queen of Wands

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Believe in yourself- don't be afraid to take the lead. Dealings with authority figures go well. Answers arrive when you talk things out with friends and lovers.

Write letters, emails, make calls. Send faxes. Practicality counts. Another tarot card meaning of Queen of Wands is it represents an independent,charismatic,generous,accomodating,helpful,loyal woman. She makes a great friend, a good company, always full of bright ideas, often inspiring for she is positive thinker.

In love, she is passionate and sensual. She brings a sense of humor to her relationships and is rarely bad tempered for long. She loves to have fun and enjoys a lively company.

She needs admiration and reassurance in a relationship, for deep down she lacks confidence and hates to be taken for granted. Possessive behavious, frightens her away.

Tarot Card Meaning-Queen of Wands reversed

When you draw the Queen of Wands in a tarot card reading, bet only what you can afford to lose, don't take silly risks. Guard against unrealistic thinking. dare to dream, but keep both feet firmly on the ground.

Another tarot card meaning of Queen of Wands reversed, is it represents an unreliable friend. Such a person may have made promises but has no intention of keeping promises or honoring it. So do not trust that person.

Queen of Wands reversed can also signify serious trouble and aslo stands for a jealous and vengeful woman. This unstable person enjoys stirring things up and can take offense where none was intended. Keep her at arms length or she will attempt to take over your life.


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Tarot Card Meaning-Ten of Cups

Tarot Card Meaning-Ten of Cups

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Tender words and sympathy bring the best results. Speak from your heart. Food and drink become more appealing now, so try not to overdo it.

A sudden flirtatiom or love affair is likely. A feeling of abundant joy is often the tarot card meaning of Ten of Cups.

Valuable friendships, romantic relationships and family life are balanced and thriving bond has been established and will continue to grow. Ten of Cups foretells success. You will get your wish and events will work out to your advantage.

Tarot Card Meaning-Ten of Cups reversed

When you draw the Ten of Cups reversed in a tarot card reading, be kind to strangers as well as yourself. Your emotions are unfocused. Be discreet. Follow through on promises made.

The tarot card meaning of this card's postion signifies quarrels and losses on the emotional front. People and places dear to your heart are at risk here.. It also suggests you may have to move from a much loved house, town or country.

At other times, it signifies that you may experience this sense of loss because others move away.

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Tarot Card Meaning-Ten of Swords

Tarot Card Meaning-Ten of Swords

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Trouble in personal relationships has been weighing on your mind. The tarot card meaning of Ten of Swords sometimes warns of betrayal of confidence abd trusts usually in the form of lies and slander. Someone goes behinf your back. Be careful in whom you confide. Keeo your own counsel, especially if other gossipy cards fall nearby like the Page of Swordsl

The written word may be source of trouble too. Think twice begore signing documents or contracts without reading then carefully.

Tarot Card Meaning-Ten of Swords reversed

When you draw the Ten of Swords reversed in a tarot card reading, someone you love or respect will soon give you the stimulus you need to put your talents to good use. If you can resolve your self-doubts and fears, you'll soon prove your abilities.

The enemy within or negative thinking is often the tarot card meaning of Ten of Swords reversed. You have to overcome negative thought patterns, if you don't want difficulties ahead.

Speech often provides clues for negative thinkers or pessimistic people. They are always on the lookout for trouble, illness and expect people to treat them badly. This is often a self-fulfilling prophecy and so their lives are full of problems as a result.

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Tarot Card Meaning-Ten of Pentacles

Tarot Card Meaning-Ten of Pentacles

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Your imagination is second to none, so express yourself. Your talents are in demand.

Just as you attain one goal, another will emerge. Be prudent and confident.

Another tarot card meaning of Ten of Pentacles suggests money connected with family-such as inheritance, cash gifts or practical help from the family.

A family business could provide employment or a loan. There is a sense of permanence and secuirty-money can be put aside or invested for there is more than enough for your needs.

Ten of Pentacles can signify unearned money, lump sums,bonus,tax rebates, insurance money, profit on stocks and shares.

Tarot Card Meaning-Ten of Pentacles reversed

When the Ten of Pentacles reversed appears in a tarot card reading, you've been busy helping others. Keep your own goals foremost in your mind. Friends will show their true colors. Be on the lookout for legal entanglements.

Family misfortune or burdensome family is often the tarot card meaning of the Ten of Pentacles reversed.

There could be anxiety and concern about an elderly relative or parent. Family traditions or expectations could be difficult to live up to and you feel restricted by your background. This card would amplify the tarot card meaning of the Hierophant or further illuminate the difficulties suggested by the Eight of Swords.

Another tarot card meaning of Ten of Pentacles reversed is financial loss often through heavy taxation.

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Tarot Card Meaning-Ten of Wands

Tarot Card Meaning-Ten of Wands

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The agressive pursuit of your goals will result in serious setbacks with superiors until you learn to be more restrained and original.

Break out of stubborn patterns and look for new approaches. An on the job transfer or change of status is likely.

Another tarot card meaning of Ten of Wands is burden connected with power, ambitious and success. There is fear of losing control of everything, problems with delegation is likely.

Tarot Card Meaning-Ten of Wands reversed

Focus your energy or you will waste it. Be sure you have an objective in mind an you're not just blowing off stream. End of a period of very hard work is often the tarot card meaning of Ten of Wands reversed.

Rest and relaxation are in sight. You will soon be promoted, the idea of more responsibilities is welcome.

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Tarot Card Meaning- NIne of Wands

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Fight for and hold onto what you believe. Your projects are near completion. Relaxation is at hand. Victory soon arrives.

Efforts have paid off. Problems have been oversome. There is only one last push required before you can relax completely.

Another tarot card meaning of NIne of Wands is, it indicates someone who feels threatened, insecure and uncertain inside. Such people may appear successful to others but have not really accepted this themselves. Perhaps they have had a long fight to get to the top or to realize their dreams and cannot forget the days when they felt vulnerable to failure.

Tarot Card Meaning- Nine of Wands reversed

When you draw the Nine of Wands reversed in a tarot card meaning, be prepared and be aware of the ruler of the games.

Arrogance creates obstacles. Rid yourself of self pity and anxiety. Tend to your health. Avoid fatigue. Meditate and exercise.

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Tarot Card Meaning- NIne of Cups

Tarot Card Meaning- Nine of Cups

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People are generous to those in need. Enjoy the kindness of strangers. The tarot card meaning of NIne of Cups suggests fulfillment,contentment,physical health and success.

Your dreams are about to come true. There is a joyful quality of life.

Another tarot card meaning of Nine of Cups is your relationship is particularly fulfilling. Love flows easily between partners, close family and friends.

Creative ideas are coming easily and there is plenty of energy to implement them.

Something you have wrestled with for a long time may now go go smoothly and effortlessly at last.

Tarot Card Meaning- Nine of Cups reversed

When the NIne of Cups reversed appears in a tarot card reading, postpone decision making. Weigh your options. No one minces words now. Beware of arrogance. Try to be easy going.

Warning against feeling smug and complacent is often the tarot card meaning of this card's position.

Everything may go smoothly and effortlessly. There is a tendency of becoming lazy and careless.

Another tarot card meaning of NIne of Cups reversed is that you are taking it all for granted and need to put in a bit of effort especially in relationships, both business and personal.

You may feel secure and think that you can relax completely. Your partner may not see things this way and could be feeling neglected and resentful. Do not take things for granted and let success get into your head. or you may lose everything you have worked so hard to achieve.

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Tarot Card Meaning- NIne of Swords

Tarot Card Meaning- Nine of Swords

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The most basic tarot card meaning of Nine of Swords is accumulation of stress and worry. This may be the sum total of an extremely difficult time or a dark place full of fear and suffering.

You can't sleep at night caused by high anxiety, feelings of some vague danger,depression, suspicion and self-doubt. There seems nowhere to go to and nowhere to hide. Despair seems out of control and grown into a monster.

Sometimes the Nine of Swords represents real sickness,oppressive neighbors. a painful love relationship or recent bereavement.

Ocassionally though, you have a problem but you have been blowing it all out of proportion.

Only time and courage will heal the wounds.

Tarot Card Meaning-Nine of Swords reversed

The end of a bad time is often the tarot card meaning of the NIne of Swords reversed.

Light,hope,strength and faith will triumph. Worry and stress may have been blocking emotion and sensuality for some time. Release from fear will restore harmony.

The end of a bad time is often the tarot card meaning of NIne of Swords reversed.

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Tarot Card Meaning-Nine of Pentacles

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Secure financial plateau is often the tarot card meaning of Nine of Pentacles.

Money comes easily and is no longer a worry. Much has been achieved and you are able to enjoy yourself.
There is a strong feeling of material comfort when this card appears. You are able to enjoy your success, relish your achievements and feel complete without the approval of others.

There is much pleasure to be gained from improving your home, buying new clothes and treating yourself well.

Another tarot card meaning of NIne of Pentacles is an earthly love of nature, growing and cultivating plants.

Tarot Card Meaning-NIne of Pentacles reversed


Plan carefully for whatever you hope to achieve right now. Material security is at risk, often the tarot card meaning of NIne of Pentacles reversed.

A business may be unable to expand. There is an unexpected drain on material resources-extra expenses, insufficient capital, high interest rates, cancelled orders, bad management or bad investments.

Present standards of living will be hard to maintain and some kind of temporary loss is to be expected.

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Tuesday, June 16, 2009

Tarot Card Meaning- Eight Of Cups

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Self sacrifice is likely to be asked of you. Beware of quarrels; use caution in negotiating affairs of the heart.

Attention span are running short so don't take anything too personally. Count your blessings and try to be content with what you have.The most basic tarot card meaning of Eight of Cups is it speaks of situation or relationship which has been significant.

Energy and emotion have been invested during the past and now you are moving away and abandoning what has been achieved.

Sometimes you realize that a relationship or project was not what you thought it was. It lacks substance somehow and has not brought you the happiness you imagined it would. You feel empty.

Another tarot card meaning of Eight of Cups is an actual journey or a period of restless traveling. These trips may eventually provide the answers to whats been bugging you.

Tarot Card Meaning-Eight of Cups reversed.

Emotions run high. Let go of situations that no longer concern you. Spend some time and money on the things that make you feel good.

A period of emotional confusion is the basic tarot card meaning of Eight of Cups reversed.

Fantasies are preferred to reality. There is a feeling of quiet desperation. Its hard to see the way ahead.

Another tarot card meaning of Eight of Cups reversed is physical exhaustion. There are too many problems and not enough energy to solve them. A failed relationship is often the caused of this. An endless search for perfection in either work or love. As perfection is unattainable, the search ends in disappointment.

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