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Hierophant and Knight of Wands

 The Hierophant represents a bridge between spiritual and physical world and is associated with religion, traditions, conventional ways, but also with higher knowledge, contracts and 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...

Fool and Two of Wands

 The Fool is a card that shows that wheels are set in motion. It represents new beginnings, adventures, innocence and infinite potential. This card cannot predict positive or negative outcomes, simply because the raw energy of the Fool could be projected in any possible direction, for better or worse. The Two of Wands is a card of decisions, dilemmas, and...

Strength and Three of Pentacles

 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 Three of Pentacles is a card of planning, hard work, growth and teamwork. It's a grounding, expanding and stable card that provides strong foundation for any type of project,...

Empress and Nine of Wands

 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 Nine of Wands is a card of transition and includes all the lessons learned in the previous numbers. The Nine of Wands can be pressure, aggression or defense. The combination of the Empress...

Magician and Five of Cups

 The Magician is a card of action, manifestation, individuality and creation. He's the master of personal Will and Intention.The Five of Cups is the card of loss, regrets and disappointments. Often it appears when we refuse to accept that things sometimes don't go the way we want them to go. The combination of the Magician and the Five of Cups points at the manifestation...

Judgement and Knight of Cups

 The Judgment is the card of revelations, announcements, awakenings, rebirth, absolution and of course, judgments. It is also associated with the past and our past actions. The Knight of Cups is emotional, romantic, compassionate. He can be a helper, a messenger or a mediator. In his negative manifestation, he can be emotionally unstable, unfaithful, obsessive...

Devil and Four of Cups

 The Devil is the card of addictions, obsessions, sex, temptation and unhealthy patterns. It is also associated with money, fame and material possessions. The Four of Cups is related to routine, stagnation, dissatisfaction, boredom. Sometimes it points to an opportunity that goes unnoticed, while we focus on all the unpleasant things we experience. The combination...

Page of Pentacles and Moon

 The Page of Pentacles is a card of material qualities and learning and as all pages, it shows potential and new beginnings. The Moon is associated with subconscious fears, darkness, secrets, mistakes and mood swings. The combination of the Page of Pentacles and the Moon points to news or a message  that can be vague and confusing. Possible Manifestati...

Six of Pentacles and King of Swords

Six of Pentacles is the card of exchange, of sharing and interaction. It's also a card of harmony and balance, so it often appears after times of strife. 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 than what...

Hanged Man and Eight of Cups

The Hanged Man is one of the most passive cards inTarot. It indicates a period of time when everything stands still. The Hanged Man is also associated with sacrifice and martyrdom. The the Eight of Cups signifies dissatisfaction and we feel the desire to withdraw, to walk away from a situation, to change, as we hear the calling of a new or different future....