Tarot: theory and practice
Jacob’s Ladder or the Mystical Stairway to Heaven
Regarding the ‘Jacob’s Ladder’, the original Hebrew expression is Sulam Yaakov where ‘sullam’ means ‘ladder’. In this particular context ‘sullam’ most probably represents a connection, a bridge between Earth and Heaven. Although the ‘Jacob’s Ladder’ is a widely used term of reference, in some translations of the Bible instead of the ‘ladder’ we may find ‘stairway’ or ‘highway’. The King James Bible, English Standard Version, JPS Tanakh 1917, English Revised Version, Darby Bible Translation, American Standard Version uses the term ‘ladder”, while the New International Version, New Living Translation, Holman Christian Standard Bible, World English Bible, uses the term ‘stairway’. The ‘highway’ form is only used in the International Standard Version and in the NET Bible edition. Read more…
The American presidential election it’s not only about America, but it will influence the whole world both politically and economically in the following years.
This Tarot reading it’s about the two options and how Americana – and the world – will look under the leading of Hillary Clinton, respectively of Donald Trump.
Humans tend to choose with them hears, not their minds.
We are always very emotionally involved and unable to think straight.
Emotionally probably I would vote for Hillary. Mentally I’m still trying to figure out how America came to this point where they have to choose between these two… Read more…
“What does it mean to live fully in the present moment? It means that your awareness is completely centered on the here and now. You are not worrying about the future or thinking about the past. When you live in the present, you are living where life is happening. The past and future are illusions, they don’t exist.”
This is a theory, an approach to solve some personal issues such as anxiety, recommended by several modern day gurus.
“Living in the now”, unfortunately, it’s not a solution, but a trap.
Re-living the same day everyday it’s the best way to avoid reality and annihilate you’re own future. Read more…
As a result of my FREE TAROT READING campaign, here is the question from H:
What lies ahead for me after my graduation next month (May 21)?
First of all, thanks for your question.
This is a good question. I have read the cards for you and this is what I have seen. Read more…
As a result of my FREE TAROT READING campaign, here is the question from L.L.:
What do I have to do in order to become a writer?
First of all, thanks for your question.
I think your question is a little bit more complex to be answered with a simple three card reading. It needs a more in depth analysis and probably a ten card reading.
But I have read the cards for you and this is what I have seen. Read more…
This is another 3 cards Tarot spread for simple, short term questions. Works perfectly for questions such as:
– What do I need to know to decide on… (my next step, the new job proposal, my relationship, etc.)?
– What do I need to understand about… (the situation I’m in, the problem I have, etc)?
– What do I need to know about… ?
Need to be specific. Read more…
“A wise man’s question contains half the answer.” These words of wisdom are attributed to Solomon Ibn Gabirol ben Judah, an 11th-century Andalusian poet and Jewish philosopher, and he simply nailed the “question of the right question”.
Generally people are expecting to hear from a Tarot reader exactly what they are suspect. For instance, if a wife suspects that her husband is cheating on her, she expects to hear that from the Tarot reader. Any other answer – interpretation – would mean that the Tarot reader is wrong. Read more…
“People do not value a thing if they do not pay for it.” (Gurdjieff)
With more then 25 theoretical and practical experience in Tarot, I provide professional Tarot readings. I am happy to do a Tarot reading for any genuine souls out there.
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There are two equinoxes every year – in March and September. On the equinox, night and day are nearly exactly the same length – 12 hours – all over the world. This is the reason it’s called an “equinox”, derived from Latin, meaning “equal night”.
The March equinox marks the moment the Sun crosses the celestial equator – the imaginary line in the sky above the Earth’s equator – from south to north. This happens on March 19, 20 or 21 every year.
March Equinox in Universal Coordinated Time is on Sunday, 20 March 2016, 04:30 UTC. Read more…