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Lovers and Nine of Swords

The Lovers is the card of love, of love triangles and choices. It's about acknowledging who/what will complete us and about making (or not) the choice to pursue the object of our desire. The Nine of Swords is the card of extreme stress, nightmares and negative, external influences. It is also a card of painful endings. The Lovers and the Nine of Swords combination...

Three of Wands and Three of Cups

The Three of Wands is the card of the future and it describes our expectations and the consequences of our actions. It also means that we've been through the first stages of a situation and we're waiting to reap the rewards.The 3 of Cups is a card of fun, joy, getting together and reunions. The 3 of Cups is often associated with group of women, friends and like-minded...

Four of Swords and King of Pentacles

The Four of Pentacles indicates a break from the routine, a pause, a desire to find peace of mind, a process of healing, of recuperation. The King of Pentacles is extremely practical, methodical, and he is associated with professional, financial or practical matters. In his negative manifestation he can be stubborn, boring, conservative and short-sighted. The...

Seven of Wands and Lovers

The Seven of Wands is a card of defense, as we find ourselves "under siege". Criticism and attacks from other people are likely to occur when this card comes up. It's also a card of resistance, so whenever it appears in a spread, the natural flow is blocked. The Lovers is the card of love, of love triangles and choices. It's about acknowledging who/what wil...

High Priestess and Ace of Wands

The High Priestess is the female principle, passive, secretive and receptive. She symbolizes hidden knowledge, mysteries, intuition and is associated with the Moon and its phases. 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 stron...

Two of Swords and World

The World is the final card of the Major Arcana, that is why it is associated with completion and endings. It's also related to journeys and traveling. The Two of Swords is the card of indecisiveness, avoidance and precarious balance. The two together could very well describe a stalemated issue. Possible Manifestations of the Two of Swords and the World...

Empress and Ten of Pentacles

The Empress is a passive, wise, nurturing, supportive energy, associated with the natural world, abundance and fertility. She is the Mother archetype of Tarot. The Ten of Pentacles predicts family or business concerns. It symbolizes assets, security, traditions, and inheritance. It can also represent large groups of people, like for example the neighborhood or...

Six of Swords and Eight of Swords

The Six of Swords predicts peace after a period of turmoil. It gives a gentle a push towards a new direction, towards a calmer destination. The eight of swords is often a mental prison. Under its influence, we feel trapped, bullied, powerless and misunderstood. The good news is that in most cases, the Eight of Swords describes a temporary situation that wil...

Queen of Cups and Eight of Cups

The Queen of Cups is focusing on feelings 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 the Eight of Cups signifies dissatisfaction and it's expressing the desire to withdraw, to walk away from a situation...

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