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Four of Swords and Ace of Wands

The Four of Swords indicates a break from the routine, a pause, a desire to find peace of mind and a process of healing, of recuperation. The Ace of Wands represents the beginning of action, the spark of an idea. Given the fiery nature of Wands, we should expect that enthusiasm, passion, optimism along with a strong desire to achieve goals would be the fuel that...

King of Swords and Ace of Wands

The King of Swords symbolizes the maturity of logic. For that reason, he has a bad reputation when it comes to feelings and indeed, this King will choose to do what is objectively right rather than what feels right. The King of Swords is associated with justice, communications, decisions, emotional detachment. The Ace of Wands represents the beginning of action,...

Fool and Ace of Wands

The Fool is a card that shows the wheels are set in motion. It represents new beginnings, adventures, innocence, infinite potential. This card cannot predict positive or negative outcomes, simply because the raw energy of the Fool could be projected in any possible direction, for better or worse. The Ace of Wands, yet another card that symbolizes new beginnings,...

World and Sun

The World is the final card of the Major Arcana, that's why it's associated with completion and endings. It's also associated with distance, journeys and traveling. The Sun card is a symbol of clarity, children, success, vitality, but it also warns against excess, arrogance and burnouts. The combination of the World with the Sun points to a successful conclusion...

King of Cups and Strength

The King of Cups foretells that emotions, relationships and matters of the heart will be in the foreground. If not ill-dignified, the King of Cups indicates that we have the experience and the maturity to deal with emotional matters efficiently. In his negative manifestation, the King of Cups can become, cold, manipulative, cruel. The Strength card represents...

World and Nine of Cups

The World is the final card of the Major Arcana, that's why it's associated with completion and endings. It's also associated with journeys and traveling. The Nine of Cups is the symbol of emotional fulfillment. Regardless of his reputation as the "wish" card, the Nine of Cups - like all 9s- often leaves out the participation of others and focuses on the individual....

Nine of Pentacles and Knight of Swords

The Nine of Pentacles is the card of abundance, of comfort and security, but primarily, it is the card of self-sufficiency and independence. We feel good for what we have achieved and we enjoy the fruits of our efforts. The Knight of Swords is logical, witty, just, but he can also be impatient, judgmental, verbally aggressive. The combination and of the Nine...

Four of Cups and Knight of Swords

The Four of Cups is related to routine, stagnation, dissatisfaction, boredom. Sometimes it points to an opportunity that goes unnoticed, while we focus on all the unpleasant things we experience. The Knight of Swords is logical, witty, just, but he can also be impatient, judgmental, ruthless and verbally aggressive. The combination and of the Four of Cups and...

Eight of Cups and Strength

The the Eight of Cups stands for dissatisfaction and it's expressing the desire to withdraw, to walk away from a situation, to change, as we hear the calling of a new or different future. In some cases the Eight of Cups can even indicate betrayal. The Strength card symbolizes courage in the face of something that looks bigger and stronger than us. It's the inner...

Sun and Page of Wands

The Sun card is a symbol of clarity, children, success, vitality, but it also warns against excess, arrogance and burnouts. The Page of Wands is a dynamic, energetic card, associated with the desire to create. Enthusiasm, bold moves, spontaneity, new beginnings and messages are associated with this Page. The Sun and the Page of Wands could indicate excessive...

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