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Tag: Symbols in Tarot

3 of Swords | Weekly Tarot Card Pt 4: Symbolism

This is the fourth installment of the Weekly Tarot Card. You can read the first three installments in the following links: Monday Observation and Description Tuesday Meditation Wednesday Suit/Element and Number Yesterday we had a look at the element and number regarding the 3…

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3 of Cups | Weekly Tarot Card Pt 4: Symbolism

This is the fourth installment of the 3 of Cups Weekly Tarot Card. You can read the first three installments in the following links: Monday Observation and Description Tuesday Meditation Wednesday Suit/Element and Number Not all cards carry the same symbolism, and some simply…

3 of Wands | Weekly Tarot Card Pt 4: Symbols

~ 3 of Wands Symbolism ~ This is the fourth installment of the 3 of Wands: Weekly Tarot Card. You can read the first three installments in the following links: Monday Observation and Description Tuesday Meditation Wednesday Suit/Element and Number 3 of Wands Symbolism…

High Priestess | Weekly Tarot Card Pt 4: Symbolism

Today we really crack the card open by looking at the common symbolims associated with the High Priestess.

2 of Pentacles | Weekly Tarot Card Pt 4: Symbols

Symbolism is a means of accessing messages in the unconscious self, and thus, while there are some representations that seem universal, the only ‘real meaning’ is that which rings true for you.

2 of Swords | Weekly Tarot Card Pt 4: Symbols

The rough sea in the immediate background of the 2 of Swords shows the difficulty of the situation at present, but the calmness in the distance shows that things will reflect that calmness once the decision is made.

Ace of Pentacles | Weekly Tarot Card Pt 5: Putting It All Together

This is the only Ace that doesn’t depict any Yod, indicating it is a card of the material and mundane plane. This is the beginning of finding our feet. We have spent time developing our emotions, our energy and our intellect, and now we must participate in the physical world. This is the beginnings of that development.

Considering Yod

Yod comes up in many of the cards such as the Ace of Swords, Wands, and Cups, and in the Tower (the falling flames) because of its deep symbolic meaning.

Ace of Swords | Weekly Tarot Card Part 4: Symbolism

When we initially look at most Aces, there isn’t as much symbolism as the rest of the cars. However, there are still key images within the cards that help to give us clues and insights to their properties. 

M or W: Considering the Letter on the Ace of Cups

This post probably should have come last week when the focus was in fact on the Ace of Cups, but I didn’t have anything to say on the matter until now. On the Rider-Waite Ace of Cups, there is what is debatably a W or…

Ace of Cups | Weekly Card Part 5: Putting It all Together and Divinatory Meaning

This is the fifth and final part of the weekly series. This week’s theme is the Ace of Cups. You can check out Part 1 here, Part 2 here, Part 3 here, and Part 4 here. Table of Contents: The Combination Divinatory Meaning Decks…

XV The Devil

Table of Contents The Devil as a Card Description Symbolism Putting It All Together Divinatory Meaning Decks Used XV The Devil This card is generally seen as a particularly scary card. I’ll set the tone right now and say that while it might seem…

Daily Draw: XIV Temperance

What I’m Considering Description and Observation Looking at the Symbols Putting It All Together Divinatory Meaning Decks Used What I’m Considering For this particular card, I didn’t actually consider anything. I did however ask my partner to pick a card, though he just pointed…

Daily Draw: II The High Priestess

The repetition of the symbolism in the card which all revolve around intuition and spiritual knowledge and balance is a forceful message, entailing its importance within this card.

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