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The Meaning of the Tower Tarot Card

Understandably, most people having a tarot reading instinctively fear the Devil or Death cards. Their names alone immediately conjure images of darkness, destruction and impending doom. When the truth is, the card you should actually fear is the Tower Tarot card. This card relates to chaos, destructive forces, lies, and deceit. I’ll take the Devil card – I hear you cry!… Read More
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The Meaning of the Magician Tarot Card

Being the Magician, naturally our thoughts turn to trickery; the sneaky illusionist trying to pull the wool over our eyes. For the most part this is not the case, however the trickster does rear his head when reversed – more on that later! Essentially the Magician Tarot card is deals with manifestations, achieving goals and unlocking our potential. Creating something… Read More
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The Meaning of the Fool Tarot Card

The Fool tarot card depicts a Jester stood on a cliff, at the beginning of a new adventure. Filled with youthful anticipation, hopes and dreams; he is excited to embark on his new expedition. The cliff’s edge is an obvious symbol, a literal representation of this journey. One more step and he is over and into the unknown. He faces… Read More
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The Meaning of the Lovers Tarot Card

The Lovers Tarot card despite the name, does not exclusively deal with love or romance. However, it relates more to all the relationships within our lives; platonic or otherwise. The card speaks more to the feminine aspects of our creation, focusing more on emotions rather than actions. The scene depicts the Biblical story of Adam and Eve which symbolizes our… Read More
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The Meaning of the Devil Tarot Card

The Devil Tarot card depicts a Satyr, the mythological creature – half man, half goat. In many ancient traditions the goat would represent the unclean and lustful. However is this context the goat also symbolizes the scapegoat, a person or situation in which we blame our troubles on. This blame is usually manifested as a way to avoid our own responsibilities… Read More