International Tarot Day is coming up on 8 July. I was assigned the High Priestess card by Oephebia who has put together a Tarot challenge in honour of the day.
The Tarot World card is the final and most valuable Major Arcana card. Learn what makes it so amazing and why A.E. Waite didn’t agree with certain Golden Dawn magi about its importance.
The Tarot Judgement card is a card of awakening and of drawing a line under the past. What has been can be no more… a choice with eternal reverberations must be made.
Today we look at what is one of the most joyful cards – if not THE most joyful card – in the whole deck, i.e. the Tarot sun card!
The Tarot Moon Card is a mystical card that speaks to us of things hidden in the depths of our psyche that need us to shine the light of our conscious awareness on them.
The Star Tarot card follows the Tower and is as serene as the Tower is turbulent. Learn some new and interesting facts about this card that is known by Tarot readers as ‘the wish card.’
The Tarot Tower card is one of those cards that often makes people wince when it shows up in a reading. Let’s see what new and exciting things we can learn about this card to be better prepared and (hopefully) less freaked out next time.
The Devil card is often as misunderstood as the Devil himself. Let’s see if we can clear some of the confusion up by shining our light on seven different facets of the Tarot Devil card.
Let’s take a closer look at the Tarot Temperance card and find out what some of the symbols, meanings and correspondences for this card might be.
Today with look at the Tarot Death card in the 7 Facets series. Find out where the inspiration of Death as a skeleton comes from and what the archangelic correspondence might be.