Posts Tagged ‘ tarot cards ’

Tarot Swords

Apr 21st, 2018 | By

In the Tarot, the Swords suit is associated with the intellectual realm–thoughts, communication, bias, opinions, analysis, logic and so on. The sword, itself, is a symbol of power and cutting, engendering dread in many a foe. And so it is with the Tarot Swords suit, which not only causes fear in many querents and readers–but

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Rabbit Symbolism in the Tarot and the Queen of Pentacles Breeder Card (Podcast)

Mar 30th, 2018 | By

In my latest podcast, I discuss rabbit symbolism in Tarot–and how pop culture references to the bunny can enhance our readings– as well as how the Queen of Pentacles “Breeder” card connects to fertility. Listen in at this link. Looking through your favorite (non-RWS) Tarot decks, how many cards featuring rabbits can you find? Share

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What the Hell Is Mercury Retrograde?

Mar 23rd, 2018 | By

Striking fear in the hearts of many, Mercury Retrograde heralds a time of email glitches, power outages, miscommunication, lost paperwork, snags with fine print and so on. The term “retrograde” means “backwards”. Obviously, no planet actually goes backwards. However, from our perspective here on Earth, all of the planetary bodies (except for the Sun and

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Transmitting Intentions and Affecting Reality with Tarot

Jan 25th, 2018 | By

Did you know that 90% break their New Year’s resolutions by the time February rolls around? Totally true. One of the reasons I feel this happens is that resolutions tend to be too rigid and specific. It’s like engraving a narrow goal into stone. There’s a feeling of dread and fear when pondering a resolution:

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