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Nine of Wands and Moon

The Nine of Wands shows exhaustion and the desire to give up after a long fight. At the same time, it indicates perseverance, experience and determination. The Nine of Wands is a card of transition and includes all the lessons learned in the previous numbers. The Moon is associated with subconscious fears, darkness, secrets, mistakes and mood swings. There's...

King of Cups and Justice

The King of Cups predicts that emotions, relationships and matters of the heart will be in the foreground. The King of Cups indicates that we have the experience and the maturity to deal with emotional matters efficiently, unless he's ill-dignified.   The King of Cups is the protector, the family man, but in his negative manifestation, the he can...

Sun and Moon

The Moon is associated with subconscious fears, darkness, secrets, mistakes and mood swings. The Sun card symbolizes clarity, children, success, vitality, but it also warns against excess, arrogance and burnouts. The combination of the Moon and Sun points to polarities or progressions, like the passage of time.  Possible manifestations of the Moon ...

Queen of Cups and King of Cups

The Queen of Cups is focused on emotions and emotional matters. She has a gentle, receptive and passive nature and she can be a great helper, healer and counselor. Ill-dignified, the Queen of Cups is the personification of the drama queen. The King of Cups foretells that emotions, relationships, matters of the heart will be in the foreground. If not ill-dignified,...

Seven of Wands and Three of Swords

The Seven of Wands is a card of defense, as we find ourselves "under siege". Criticism and attacks from other people are likely when this card comes up. The Three of Swords, the traditional card of heartbreak, indicates emotional wounds, hurtful words, but also clarity, as there's nowhere to hide anymore and a situation is exposed as it really is. The combination...

Justice and Nine of Swords

The Justice, being the card of cause and effect, brings clarity and allows us see the motives and the consequences of our actions, as well as of the actions of others. The nine of swords is the card of extreme stress, nightmares and negative, external influences. It is also a card of endings. In combination, the two cards could indicate the law of karma in its...

Temperance and Two of Pentacles

The Temperance is a card of balance, blending, healing and patience. The Two of Pentacles indicates change and is trying to achieve an equilibrium in the midst of a transitory/temporary phase. The combination of the two foretels slow, step by step developments and stages that cannot be skipped. Possible manifestations of the Temperance and the Two of Pentacles...

Nine of Swords and Six of Wands

The Nine of Swords is the card of extreme stress, nightmares and negative influences. It is also a card of painful endings. The Six of Wands is called "Victory" and indicates an interactive balance. It describes a situation that cannot exist without the contribution of (at least) two people and which usually results in a "win-win" outcome, unless it's ill-aspected...

Six of Pentacles and Two of Cups

The Six of Pentacles is the card of exchange, of giving/receiving. It's also a card of harmony and balance, so it often appears after times of strife. The Two of Cups often predicts a happy meeting between friends or lovers. In this card, opposites come together in a harmonious union. The Six of Pentacles and the Two of Cups usually foretell a balanced interaction.  ...

Tower and Three of Wands

The Tower is one of the most violent cards of Tarot. It shows unexpected changes or sudden realizations that in most cases, we are not prepared to face. That said, the Tower can also be the most cathartic card. It removes illusions and opens up new doors for us. The Three of Wands is the card of the future, as it describes our expectations and the consequences...

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