Learn about the four types of Cupbearers in the Tarot that are on Earth now to usher in the Age of the Holy Spirit.
How the four Tarot Aces relate to the Root Chakra, Muladhara, and the four Spirit Animals of Munay-Ki.
Are you looking to learn practical Tarot card meanings for everyday mundane guidance? Here we look at practical meanings for the four Aces.
“Now may every living thing, young or old, weak or strong, living near or far, known or unknown, living or departed or yet unborn, may every living thing be full of bliss.” ― The Dhammapada The Ace of Cups is the bliss of unconditional love that so few of us know how to contain for extended periods of time. Because …
In previous posts, I have covered Soul Mate card combos and Love & Romance card combos. Today, I thought we’d take a closer look at card combos that guarantee you getting some. The One Night Stand The Quickie
Before re-publishing this post (originally found on tarotize.com) in August 2015, I added the image above to give you a better idea of what the cards are actually like and to be the ‘featured image.’ It is one of the luxuries you can afford when you go back over old posts… Why not, eh? Start of original post from 2012 —-> First …
The Aces are new beginnings, seeds, gifts, opportunities for abundance and an influx of powerful energy. Often they enter our lives out of the blue and sometimes nothing becomes of them. Other times they are the beginning of a wonderful new connection or a fresh new start in an existing situation.
Have you ever had something quite extraordinary that seems to defy natural explanations happen to you? It seems to be some kind of miracle or sign that cannot quite be explained but you know that it is highly significant. I created the 5 card spread above for just this kind of event. It is an adaptable Tarot spread and can also be used for dream interpretation.