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I was recently asked by someone if I could show her a comparison of some cards from my RWS 2.0 deck to the traditional RWS deck. Of course, I took that as a message from the Universe to show everyone a few such card comparisons
Pithy Tarot card meanings are short, easy to remember meanings that may stimulate further insights when called to mind during a reading. They also make great "Card of the Day" messages. Here’s one for the Three of Swords.
Pithy Tarot card meanings are short, easy to remember meanings that may stimulate further insights when called to mind during a reading. They also make great "Card of the Day" messages. Here’s one for the Ten of Swords.
Pithy Tarot card meanings are short, easy to remember meanings that may stimulate further insights when called to mind during a reading. They also make great "Card of the Day" messages. Here’s one for the Three of Cups.
Among the Tarot cards determined by your birth date, I find most intriguing the Constellation of the Emperor, which consists of the Major Arcana cards whose numbers add up to four: the Emperor (4), Death (13), and the Fool (0-22). Many people don’t include the Fool in this set. I made the decision to do
My friend, John Irving, is currently flying medical planes within the Navajo Nation that’s being devastated by COVID-19. I asked him to send me his story that I could post here to let people know what is actually going on. It’s just one story from the midst of this crisis. I want to add that
How to write from your heart with tarot: – Breathe (ground/center if applicable). – Connect with your future reader (including if you will be your only reader). Try to get a specific image in mind and open your heart to that person(s)—real or imaginary. – Begin your writing with where you are right now at
The best way to understand the historical roots of the tarot is to visit Northern Italy and see the actual sources for the imagery. There is no way I can duplicate the wonderful job Katrina Wynne did of telling the story of our Italy Tarot Trip this October so I’m sending you to her page.
This topic has been on my mind for at least a week now and I have honestly hesitated in writing this post. I know some people are going to be upset. Some people are going to scream but you have to be inclusive to EVERYONE and honestly, I’m just not here for it anymore. To be fair, this idea didn’t just pop into my head. It was sparked by a tweet I saw from Oregon Wood Witch and from there it just spiraled into a mess of thoughts that I haven’t quite been able to wrap my head around. The post I am a Gatekeeper appeared first on Round the Cauldron.
There’s a new year and it is time to set our spiritual goals for 2021! I’d love to hear how you set your goals and … The post Episode 96: Setting Spiritual Goals || What makes a good goal? appeared first on Round the Cauldron.
As human beings, we are all looking for our life purpose. We are all looking for answers to questions like… 💕 What’s my purpose? 💕 … The post Episode 95: Finding Your Life Purpose || My Thoughts and Ideas appeared first on Round the Cauldron.
Signs and omens are commonly talked about in witchcraft and pagan communities, but is it really a sign? Is it really an omen? Or is … The post Episode 94: Is This a Sign? || When a Squirrel is just a Squirrel appeared first on Round the Cauldron.
Working with and honoring deities isn’t inherently dangerous, but there are some ground rules that should be followed when approaching Them from a polytheistic perspective. The Gods can and will mess with your life if you’re not respectful, and not all Gods are fuzzy and soft and full of love. Some will turn your life upside down to teach you a lesson. As long as you approach a deity with respect and reverence, you aren’t necessarily in any danger at all. The post Episode 93: Are deities dangerous? || A Polytheistic Perspective and Lesson in Respect appeared first on Round the Cauldron.
Wealth regarding the King of Cups refers to emotional wealth, the depth of feelings and the intensity of these experiences. Although everything may seem calm and collected on the surface, these are deep and sometimes troubled ‘waters’. It may refer … Continue reading →
The Golden Dawn astrological attribution of the card is Mars in Aries which signifies originality, enthusiasm, a burst of energy and eagerness to be at the centre of the action, impulsiveness, even aggressiveness. However, Pamela’s depiction of the card, based … Continue reading →
Generally speaking, the Eight of Wands is considered a card of action: something is going to happen now. For an undecided, it is the moment of clicking. If one was stuck in a certain situation, an opportunity to move over … Continue reading →
Upright: ardour, country man, good and honest man. Reversed: apathy, indulgence, austerity, tolerance, condescension. Most readers see in the Kings the dominant (patriarchal) father’s figure. But it is truly the case? Not all the rulers were mandatorily masculine. For instance, … Continue reading →
I’m the first to admit it: I doomscroll more often than I like. What’s “doomscrolling,” you ask? According to Wikipedia: “Doomscrolling (also known as doomsurfing) is the act of consuming a large quantity of negative online news at once. Mental health experts have stated that the practice can be detrimental to mental health.” Last week, The post The Hit List – 10 great alternatives to doomscrolling appeared first on The Tarot Lady.
ASTROLOGY BYTES: THE PODCAST Bite-sized astrology lessons for total astrology newbies. Created by Theresa Reed, The Tarot Lady (psst…I am known for tarot but I’m also an astrology geek!). Welcome to Astrology Bytes, the astrology podcast for people who want to learn astrology… but don’t have all day! Short, bite-sized astrology lessons. Episode 124 – Solar Return The post Astrology Bytes Episode 124 – Solar Return Charts appeared first on The Tarot Lady.
The New Moon in Capricorn 2021 will be high in the sky on Wednesday, January 13th at Midnight EST. If you’re in a different time zone, it’s Tuesday night for you. This New Moon is most excellent for goal-setting, especially around your career. Want the corner office? Do you dream of starting your own business? The post New Moon in Capricorn 2021- and Tarot Readings for Each Zodiac Sign appeared first on The Tarot Lady.
Tarot Bytes: The Podcast Bite-sized lessons for Tarot beginners Created by Theresa Reed, The Tarot Lady Welcome to Tarot Bytes – the tarot podcast for people who want to learn tarot…but don’t have all day. Short, bite-sized tarot lessons. Episode 200: Hoodoo, Tarot, and the Black American Experience with David Davis In this episode of The post Tarot Bytes Episode 200: Hoodoo, Tarot, and the Black American Experience with David Davis appeared first on The Tarot Lady.
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The mindless consumerism that Black Friday represents is having a devastating effect on our individual and collective mental health, our communities, and our planet. The post Escape the Shopocalypse! Shop closed in protest of ‘Black Friday’ appeared first on Little Red Tarot by Beth
New decks! Lunar planners! Brexit news and winter breaks. The post #Decklust | QTPOC magic & winter love appeared first on Little Red Tarot by Beth
Want to know how to read Lenormand cards? Start here, with this accessible guide from the Hurricane Mystic! The post A beginners’ guide to Lenormand, from the Hurricane Mystic appeared first on Little Red Tarot by The Hurricane Mystic