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Ace of Swords and Nine of Pentacles

The Ace of Swords is a card of clarity, ideas and control/self-discipline. It often comes up when we have "a-ha" moments, but it also shows the need to removes undesired energies from our life. The ace of swords is also associated ith the mind, intellect and communication. The Nine of Pentacles is the card of abundance, of comfort and security, but primarily,...

Ace of Cups and Death

The Ace of Cups is usually a positive, beneficial influence, it's the point when things start looking up and it often predicts the beginning of a loving relationship.The Death is a card of fear and endings and it shows experiences or events that will transform us either we want it or not. The combination of the Ace of Cups and the Death foretells that something...

Two of Pentacles and Six of Wands

The Two of Pentacles is a card of change and it is trying to achieve balance during or after a phase of transition or a temporary situation. The Six of Wands, called "Victory", bears the element of interaction. It describes a situation that cannot exist without the contribution of (at least) two people and which usually results in a "win-win" outcome. The combination...

Seven of Cups and High Priestess

The Seven of Cups is a card of options, daydreaming, procrastination and scattered energies. 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 combination of the Sevn of Cups and the High Priestess shows energies that are unclear...

Hierophant and Six of Pentacles

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 guide, a teacher, a counselor and in his negative manifestation he can be stubborn, hide-bound, short-sighted. The Hierophant is also card of forgiveness...

Three of Wands and Emperor

The Three of Wands is the card of the future, as it talks about our expectations and the consequences of our actions. It also means that we've been through the first stages of a process and we're waiting to reap the benefits. The Emperor is one of the masculine archetypes in Tarot and he represents control, structures, stability, power and discipline. The Emperor...

Six of Cups and Lovers

The Six of Cups is the card of past, nostalgia and reunions. It is considered as one of the 'karmic' cards in Tarot, as some say it can show connections from past lives. The Lovers is the card of love, 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 combination...

Tower and Seven of Cups

The Tower is one of the most violent cards in 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. The Seven of Cups is a card of options, daydreaming, procrastination and scattered energies. The combination...

Magician and Sun

The Magician is a card of action and manifestation, individuality and creation, the master of personal Will and Intention. The Sun card symbolizes clarity, children, success, vitality, but it also warns against excess, arrogance and burnouts. The combination of the Magician and the Sun points to someone who attracts attention, but also gives solutions. The...

Six of Cups and Nine of Cups

The Six of Cups is the card of past, nostalgia, reunions. It is considered as one of the 'karmic' cards in Tarot, as some say it can show connections from past lives. 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...