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Eight of Cups and Six of Swords

 The Eight of Cups signifies dissatisfaction and it's an expression of a 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 Six of Swords predicts peace after a period of turmoil. It gives a gentle a push towards a new direction,...

Two of Swords and Nine of Swords

   The Two of Swords is the card of indecisiveness, avoidance and precarious balance. The Nine of Swords represents extreme stress, nightmares and negative, external influences. It is also a card of painful endings. The combination of the Two of Swords and the Nine of Swords shows a stalemated situation that fails to be resolved. Possible Manifesta...

Five of Pentacles and Five of Swords

   The Five of Pentacles represents struggles that come from financial obligations, loss and material concerns in general. It also shows differences and incompatibilities that cause disruptions. The Five of Swords indicates conflicts, hostility, defeat and dishonor. The energy of the Five of Swords is very disruptive and it manifests as chaotic...

Knight of Swords and Four of Swords

      The Knight of Swords is logical, witty, analytical, just, but he can also be impatient, judgmental, ruthless and verbally aggressive. The Four of Swords indicates a break from the routine, a pause, a desire to find peace of mind, a process of healing, of recuperation.   The combination of the Knight of Swords and the Four of Swords foretells a slowdown,...

Two of Cups and Six of Swords

   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 Swords predicts peace after a period of turmoil. It gives a gentle a push in a new direction, towards a calmer destination.   The combination of the Two of Cups and the Six of Swords shows a relationship in transition. ...

Eight of Cups and Justice

  The the Eight of Cups signifies dissatisfaction and the desire to withdraw, to walk away from a situation and 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 Justice, being the card of cause and effect, brings clarity and allows us see the motives and the consequences...

Two of Cups and Hierophant

  The Two of Cups often predicts a happy meeting between friends or lovers.  In this card, opposites come together in a harmonious union. The Hierophant represents a bridge between spiritual and physical world and is associated with religion, traditions, conventional ways, but also higher knowledge, contracts, organizations. The Hierophant can be a...

Queen of Pentacles and Eight of Wands

 The Queen of Pentacles represents a practical, down to earth person, who's focused on everyday matters, financial stability and material security. The Queen of Pentacles often represents a person of an earth sign/ascendant (Virgo, Capricorn, Taurus). The Eight of Wands is called "swiftness", because it foretells fast and at times unexpected news and developments....

Empress and King of Swords

The Empress is a passive, wise, nurturing and supportive energy, associated with the natural world, abundance and fertility. She is the Mother archetype of Tarot. 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...

Strength and Emperor

The Strength card symbolizes courage in the face of something that looks bigger and stronger than us. It's the inner power that conquers fear, it is self-discipline, effort and perseverance. The Emperor is one of the masculine archetypes in Tarot and he represents control, structures, stability, power and discipline. The Emperor describes someone with great power...

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