A list of succinct Tarot card meanings for all the cards (including the Frideborg Tarot Black Cat), showing the main challenge and blessing for each arcanum.
The Tarot can become a trusted friend when we learn to rely on it for daily guidance. When we first start out, we want to keep it simple. This is a Beginners Tarot Card Meanings guide to help you bond with your Tarot cards through the one-card daily draw.
How to read Tarot cards that appear negative in positive spread positions and vice versa, by learning to tune into the full spectrum of a card’s energy.
Learn which Tarot cards spell S-E-X and how to regain your mojo if you are the embers of your sexual fire are slowly going cold.
With the Tarot 5 of Cups comes lessons of grief and sorrow. There are times when we must look around and accept that things have not turned out as we hoped or expected… A love relationship ended. You realise you are stuck in a dead-end job. You got evicted. Your dog died. You got a diagnosis which changed your life expectancy…
The Queen of Wands (Water of Fire) is the most magnetic of all the courtiers. She combines feminine charm with intense sex appeal in a steamy and irresistable mix. She is inevitably found in the spotlight, never doubting for a second that this is her rightful place.
The Tarot Queen of Swords is nobody’s fool, nor does she suffer fools gladly. But she has a unique gift to offer the world.
Find the grace and the divine inspiration in the quarrelsome Tarot 5 of Wands!
The Tarot 5 of Pentacles is often seen as a card of poverty and disease… So let’s take a look at what divine grace and inspiration can be invoked via this card!
The Tarot 4 of Pentacles inspires to keep our foundation and boundaries strong so that we are better able to help others.