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The Colors in Tarot Cards and Their Significance

Colors in Tarot Cards Tarot cards have been used for centuries as a tool for divination, guidance, and self-reflection. Beyond the imagery, symbolism, and numerology typically studied in Tarot readings, the colors imbued in each card also play a significant role in understanding its message. Different colors evoke various feelings,...

Tower and Two of Cups

The Tower is a symbol of unexpected change, intense turmoil, and liberating revelations. It shakes the foundation of old structures, signifying a transformative breakdown that leads to rebuilding and starting anew. Meanwhile, the Two of Cups is emblematic of harmonious relationships, mutual attraction, and deep emotional understanding. It encapsulates love and...

Two of Cups and Tower

The Two of Cups symbolizes deep emotional bonds, harmonious relationships, mutual attraction, and understanding. It often marks a phase of connection, love, and emotional harmony. The Tower, on the other hand, represents a sudden, usually unexpected upheaval or change. It embodies the disruptive force that shatters the structures of our lives, leading to profound...

A Comprehensive Guide in Tarot Symbolism

Tarot symbolism is a rich and complex language that speaks through archetypal images and profound metaphors. It involves a variety of symbols from different cultures, religions, and philosophical traditions, each carrying its own unique set of meanings. These symbols can be objects, creatures, places, or abstract elements. Each Tarot card is a symbolic map of...

Ace of Cups and Tower

The Tower card symbolizes sudden upheaval, unexpected change, chaos, and revelation. Paired with the Ace of Cups, which signifies new beginnings in love or emotional understanding, this combination may suggest that a sudden change or upheaval will lead to new emotional beginnings. The upheaval or revelation represented by the Tower might facilitate emotional...

Tower and ace of Cups

The Ace of Cups signifies new beginnings in love, emotional understanding or the deepening of an emotional relationship. When paired with the Tower, a card of upheaval, radical change and revelation, this could mean that a new emotional beginning might be accompanied by a sudden change or upheaval. It can also suggest that a radical shift or a revelation could...

Week of July 12 to July 18 2021

Aries: Hanged Man: Once the action has been taken, all you can do is sit tight. You've done your best by what you think right and now you wait and see. Even though you don't know the outcome, you did the right thing in the moment. Remain still and quiet, employing meditation or prayer to comfort the heart and mind. Although you will get impatient, adopt a passive...

Week of December 28 2020 to January 3 2021

Aries: King of Swords: There’s an issue that you need to resolve and a decision that needs to be made. But you are getting confused as emotions and logic are not aligned. Clear thinking and good reason will be your allies now. Don’t get carried away by illusions of being saved by love or spirituality. Choose reality over comfort and you will soon find that was...

Week of October 12 to October 18 2020

Aries: Queen of Pentacles: A financial responsibility will require your attention this week and you will need to have a down to earth and methodical approach. If you put things in perspective you will see that you can easily overcome a challenge. You may have the tendency to be overly protective of others, but although your intentions are good, you may come...

Week of August 24 to August 30 2020

Aries: Queen of Wands: In order to keep your positive energy flowing, there's a situation that you need to face head on. This is not the time to procrastinate and to have second thoughts. Bold and fast action is needed. Once you take initiative, you will see that things will start going your way finally. There's a debilitating lifestyle that you need to...