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.
Set your route planner and fasten your seat belt – things are about to speed up when the 8 of Wands shows up!
Even the most experienced Tarot card slinger sits up straight and takes notice when all the cards from a well-shuffled full 78-card deck turn out to be Majors – especially in a spread of four or more cards. But what does it mean? And how should you interpret these cards?
“It’s not because things are difficult that we dare not venture. It’s because we dare not venture that they are difficult.” ~ Seneca The Three of Wands is about actively manifesting that which we are most passionate about at the stage when we cannot yet discern the final outcome. Seeds have been planted and the ships have been sent out… …
…and why that shit won’t fly. Please remember this if you have been the victim of cheating: It is never your fault that the other person cheats. Any time the cheater is trying to manipulate you into believing that it is, you are better off moving on from the relationship post-haste.
In last week’s 11 Keys – An Advanced Love Tarot Spread, I briefly mentioned the ‘Karmic Cards’ and I was asked by a couple of people to extrapolate on this. Essentially, these are the cards that indicate issues either carrying over from a past life (or many past lives) or lessons pre-agreed upon in the Life Between Lives. For those …
The first cards I learned how to divine with were regular playing cards. For meanings, I relied heavily on the contents of a very special book…