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Four of Swords and Four of Cups

When we get a combination of cards of the same number, we should always take into account what that specific number represents. In Tarot, 4s symbolize stability, foundations, results, but also stagnation and resistance to change. The Four of Swords represents a break, a pause, a desire to find peace of mind, while the Four of Cups is related to routine, stagnation,...

Ace of Wands and Seven of Swords

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 will be the fuel that energizes the initiation of action. The Seven of Swords, traditionally related to theft, lies, deception, cheating, suggests we shoul...

World and Devil

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 Devil is the card of addictions, obsessions, sex, temptation and unhealthy patterns. They both belong to the Major Arcana and as a combination they could indicate a significant event or influence ...

Page of Wands and Empress

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 Empress on the other hand, is a passive, wise, nurturing and supportive energy, associated with the natural world, abundance and fertility. She is the Mother archetype in Tarot....

Ace of Wands and Six of Pentacles

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 will be the fuel that energizes the initiation of action. The Six of Pentacles determines what sort of beginning the Ace is referring to. The Six of Pentacles...

Lovers and Death

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 Death is a card of fear and endings and it show experiences or events that will transform us either we want it or not. The combination of the Lovers and the Death shows a...

Ace of Wands and Eight of Cups

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 will be the fuel that energizes the initiation of action. The Eight of Cups stands for dissatisfaction and it's expressing the desire to withdraw, to walk away...

Four of Wands and Six of Wands

The Four of Wands marks the completion of a phase. Often a card that denotes satisfaction, celebration, achievements, the Four of Wands is also a pause for rest in order to enjoy or assess what we have achieved so far. The Six of Wands, called "Victory", bears the element of interaction. It describes a situation that cannot exist without the contribution of (at...

Strength and Five of Cups

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's self-discipline and perseverance. The Five of Cups is the card of loss, regrets and disappointments. Often it appears when we go to war with life, when we refuse to accept that things sometimes don't go the way we...

Hanged Man and Page of Swords

The Hanged Man is one of the most passive cards of Tarot. It indicates a period of time when everything stands still. The Hanged Man is also associated with sacrifice and martyrdom. On the contrary, the Page of Swords is a highly energetic card. Talkative, inquisitive, straightforward, the Page of Swords is related to communications, ideas, speech. The combination...

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