78 days Tarot challenge, day twelve

20180112 41-10 Queen of Cups

20180112 41-10 Queen of Cups

Day twelve: Queen of Cups.
The Queen of Cups is all about emotions and affection. Sometimes a little bit too much of them.
As I already mention it, the Queens are cards in tensioned position, respectively Detriment, which is Opposition at the 180°.
Here we have Earth in Scorpio – which probably will surprise you. Read more 78 days Tarot challenge, day twelve

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78 days Tarot challenge, day eleven

20180111 28-2 King of Cups

20180111 28-2 King of Cups

Day eleven: King of Cups.
The King of Cups is the card of flirting and of falling in love at first sight.
It signifies adventures, one night stands but you can never know with these things, what starts as an adventure can anytime turn into the love of your life.
Mars gives the spark, but Scorpio always has to dive beneath the surface and discover dark secrets. Read more 78 days Tarot challenge, day eleven

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78 days Tarot challenge, day ten

20180110 24-4 King of Swords

20180110 24-4 King of Swords

Day ten: King of Swords.
The King cards are the tricky ones of the Tarot deck. Actually, the key to understanding the architecture of the Tarot deck lays within the Court Cards.
And once again, it is a matter of understanding the genders and the position on the Zodiac Wheel of each card. It is crucial to understand the significance of the Tarot deck in its entirety, and not taking the cards one by one out of context. Read more 78 days Tarot challenge, day ten

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78 days Tarot challenge, day nine

20180109 56-8 Two of Swords

20180109 56-8 Two of Swords

Day nine: Two of Swords.
I have named this card “compensation”, and it is all about the right mental balance, finding the perfect compromise which offers satisfaction to all the parts involved. It is about equilibrium, fairness and compensation. If someone is capable of giving, at some point that person will receive, will get back those “things” – feelings, thoughts, actions. Read more 78 days Tarot challenge, day nine

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78 days Tarot challenge, day eight

20180108 6-6 The Hermit

20180108 6-6 The Hermit

Day eight.
Traditionally The Hermit is associated with the zodiac sign Virgo.
I disagree with this viewpoint, and I think The Hermit represents the opposite sign of the Virgo, the Pisces. Read more 78 days Tarot challenge, day eight

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78 days Tarot challenge, day seven

20180107 2-2 The Emperor

20180107 2-2 The Emperor

Day seven: The Emperor.
The Emperor represents the zodiac sign Aries, and its general significance is enthusiasm. The explosive energy of The Emperor when the card is in reversed position turns into rage, and sometimes it signifies an abusive person or action/relationship. Read more 78 days Tarot challenge, day seven

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78 days Tarot challenge, day six

20180106 7-7 The Universe

20180106 7-7 The Universe

Day six: The Universe (The World).
The Universe is the card representing the zodiac sign Aquarius.
Aquarius is a Fixed (Feminine) Air sign, the dominant ruling planet is Uranus, and the number associated with it is seven. Read more 78 days Tarot challenge, day six

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78 days Tarot challenge, day five

20180105 21-9 The Lovers

20180105 21-9 The Lovers

Day five: The Lovers.
The Lovers was for a very long time associated with the idea of love and marriage.
Probably, it is one of the most misunderstood and misinterpreted Tarot card.
In each case, there is a story behind the significance of the Tarot cards.
In the case of The Lovers, it is the story of Adam, Eve and Lilith. Read more 78 days Tarot challenge, day five

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78 days Tarot challenge, day four

20180104 44-8 2 Nine of Swords

20180104 44-8 2 Nine of Swords

Day four: Nine of Swords.
The vast majority of the Tarot readers consider the Nine of Swords card to carry a ‘negative’ connotation, while the unaware audience feels uneasy looking at such Tarot cards as The Devil, Death, The Tower, Judgement, Four, Nine and Ten of Swords and so on. Read more 78 days Tarot challenge, day four

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78 days Tarot challenge, day three

20180103 75-3 Eight of Wands

20180103 75-3 Eight of Wands

Day three: Eight of Wands.
The vast majority of the specialists consider the Eight of Wands the easier to read Tarot card. Its general significance is motion and change. More specifically represent a sudden change.
Although these changes may appear sudden and unexpected, actually they represent the natural dynamics of the life: one day we are up, next day will be down, just like the motion of the wheel.
The cards’ Major Arcane patron is The Wheel. The Wheel represents major changes on a global level. The Eight of Wands represents consistent changes in our current way of life. In both cases, these are changes coming from the outside, not changes we choose to do. Read more 78 days Tarot challenge, day three

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