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  • Understanding The Four Suits of the Tarot Deck
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    Understanding The Four Suits of the Tarot Deck
    The tarot deck of cards, usually 78 in number, is divided into two separate categories, the major and the minor arcana (arcana from the Latin meaning of closed or secret). There are 21 individual cards, referred to as trumps, and the fool card in the major arcana. The minor arcana have 56 cards consisting of 10 cards numbered from Ace to ten in four different suits. In a traditional tarot deck of cards, the suits include batons, wands, rods, or staves; cups, swords, and coins, disks, or pentacles. In addition, there are four court cards, or face cards, in a tarot deck, including the page or knave, queen, knight and king in each of the same four suits. The four suits to the tarot deck are the wands, cups, pentacles and Swords. Each Suit corresponds to a particular element: Fire, Water, Earth and Air. They also correspond to the different seasons of the year: Spring, Summer, Fall and Winter. Tarot Card Meanings of the SUIT OF WANDS in a Tarot Reading The Suit of Wands is the suit of action and direction. It is a creative suit and often reflects the imaginative and resourceful components to our natures. The element is fire. Fire is associated with passion, creativity, and spirituality. The suit of wands also is associated with the career. The wands indicate a time to look at your options, evaluate and then move forward with force. Wands, in general, tend to be warm and enthusiastic. They value tradition and want their environment to be harmonious. Their tarot card meanings also can include issues of sexuality and fertility. In a love tarot reading, the wands represent the sex drive, love intentions and a call to action or initiation. However, they can also represent loss of interest, infidelity, and a low sex drive. These are powerful cards when associated with love tarot. They can offer tremendous insight into the nature of someone's relationship or relationships to come. Tarot Card Meanings of the SUIT OF CUPS in a Tarot Reading This suit is remarkable in its ability to give insight into the…
  • Tarot Card Meanings: The Star, The Moon, and The Sun
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    Tarot Card Meanings: The Star, The Moon, and The Sun
    The Star The Star is the number seventeenth card of the Major arcana. Numerologically No 1 + 7 = 8 indicates action, movement and swiftness. And it is associated with astrological sign of Aquarius. Some people call it wish card too which always give encouraging news that difficult period is over and difficult situation will improve and also sometimes dreams come true. There is one big star with eight points say work associated with strength and justice and number eight tells action, stability and persistence. Seven stars around one big star indicate seven planets. Pouring water indicates the inexhaustible source and supply of Water of Life. The eight pointed star with the other stars radiate with the sense of peace. If you are facing problems in life like bad health, a dead end job or difficult and stressful relationship; the appearances of the Star indicates positive changes and tells you the situation will improve and continue getting better. The star also suggests you to keep balance between other areas of life. For example; paying attention to your family; fulfilling work commitments; enjoying active social life and taking care of your health. Star is the card of birth of infinite possibilities of life. This is an extremely optimistic card which brings hope renewal of trust and faith and unexpected gifts. New enterprises will have chance of good success. With above positivity the star denotes artistic and educational matters too and promises success in these endeavours. Travels are also indicated with this card like enjoyable vacations. Good health and improvements in health matters are also seen if you are ill. And with the appearance of the star card you feel an insight into your spiritual realm. So with the appearance of the star you are able to experience and channel a healing energy into your life, and feel the sense of calmness and relief to see positive future in every endeavour. The Moon The moon is No.18 card of the Major Arcana. Numerologically, it is 1+8=9, fullness, readiness and ripeness. It is associated with the astrological sign Pisces. The clouds indicate uncertainty…
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