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Suit of Swords | Tarot Cards
 
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Unlock the mysteries of Tarot: The Complete Guide to the Tarot: http://amzn.to/1Pj0Div The Tarot Bible: The Definitive Guide to the Cards: http://amzn.to/1LlxTzz Chakra Wisdom Oracle Cards: http://amzn.to/1hrj3zE The Essential Tarot Kit: Book and Card Set: http://amzn.to/1ZdkUu5 The Rider Tarot Deck Cards: http://amzn.to/1OmCOXQ Watch more How to Read Tarot Cards videos: http://www.howcast.com/videos/515598-Suit-of-Swords-Tarot-Cards Hello, this is Ellen Goldberg. And I welcome you to this taro moment from the School of Oracles. This segment is to introduce the suit of swords. Swords are also a masculine suit. The suits alternate in their identity as masculine, feminine, masculine and feminine. The taro is so egalitarian and completely equally in it's masculine and feminine representations. These are not the natural ones that we associate in society as the outer masculine and feminine but the inner qualities that each one of us has. Swords are the mental suit. They deal with changes, mental processes and extremely importantly, your thoughts or beliefs about yourself, which we might say, your identity. Sometimes people think that the suit of swords is the painful suit and indeed many of them that we will find as we do our segments on the minor arcana small cards, the ace through 10's. You'll see that the swords will deal with very often difficult situations, mostly I think it's because we often have a lot of resistance to change and a lot of resistance to truth. As we see in the ace of swords, it's the sword of truth that is being shown in the very first lead card of the suit. When you find a lot of swords in your reading or a lot of air cards, perhaps there are changes going to be taking place. It's the suit of processes, so maybe there is a lot going on moving within you or in your life. And perhaps you are working on your identity, who you think you are which actually determines so much of our experience in this world, I'd say 90%. The swords have a direction and that direction is east and their season if you're going to use them for divination in that way, their season is the fall. Swords also double. It's the only suit that doubles. We know that wands are fire, cups are water, swords are the element air, but they're also the element of spirit because air is the element that is closest to spirit. In all of the old magical languages, Latin, Hebrew, Sanskrit, Greek, the word for breath and the word for spirit is identical. "Spiritus" in Latin means both breath and spirit. In Hebrew it's "ruach elohim." In Greek, pardon my pronunciation, but I think it's "pneuma." We call things when they are godlike, pneumonous. And if you have a really bad respiratory infection, you might have pneumonia. Therefor the swords will also talk about spiritual process. It's very exciting to have a good number of swords in your reading because life is built on change and the words will always show you what your work is and what your mental process is. Work with your mind, work with your thoughts, and you change your world.
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Reading Tarot Cards - Meaning of Four Suits
 
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Reading Tarot Cards by Goodie Chapter 3 - Meaning of Four Suits The minor arcana in Rider Waite Tarot consist of four suits: wands, cups, swords and pentacles. Before we start looking into individual minor arcana, we first learn about the meaning of each suit.
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How to Read the Tarot Suits & the Elemental Correspondences - What do the suits of tarot mean?
 
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Today's is a much-requested video: an overview of how I understand the tarot suits and their elemental associations. Of course, there are many different ways to read the tarot suits and to connect the elements with the cards - in this video I simply offer my own interpretations and connections. I hope you find this interesting and/or helpful! Swords = Air (Reactive and Internal) Wands = Fire (Reactive and External) Cups = Water (Responsive and Internal) Pentacles = Earth (Responsive and External) Deck used in this video is the Purple Box Rider Waite Smith (UK distribution from the 1990s) 🌸🌸🌸🌸🌸 🔮 Get a Tarot Reading from me! 🔮 http://www.kateyflowers.com/shop/ 🌸🌸🌸🌸🌸 🔮 You can also find me at: 🔮 https://www.kateyflowers.com https://www.instagram.com/kateyflowers https://www.facebook.com/kateyflowers
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The suits of the Tarot
 
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What the suits of the Tarot mean; we compare and contrast, and show how you can develop your own understanding, so you can answer any question.
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Suit of Pentacles | Tarot Cards
 
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Unlock the mysteries of Tarot: The Complete Guide to the Tarot: http://amzn.to/1Pj0Div The Tarot Bible: The Definitive Guide to the Cards: http://amzn.to/1LlxTzz Chakra Wisdom Oracle Cards: http://amzn.to/1hrj3zE The Essential Tarot Kit: Book and Card Set: http://amzn.to/1ZdkUu5 The Rider Tarot Deck Cards: http://amzn.to/1OmCOXQ Watch more How to Read Tarot Cards videos: http://www.howcast.com/videos/515599-Suit-of-Pentacles-Tarot-Cards Hello.  I am Ellen Goldberg and I welcome you to this tarot moment from the School of Oracles.  This segment is to introduce the suit of pentacles.  The tarot has four suits: wands, cups, swords, and pentacles.  The wands being vitality and beginning, the cups having to do with emotions, psychic events, the swords with truth, identity, and process and change, and here, we come to the suit of Earth: pentacles.  Results.  Pentacles are all about life on the Earth plain.  They are about material manifestation.  When there are many pentacles in a reading, you know they are interested in what has actually manifesting in your life.  Its also about the world as a path to spirit.  Because pentacles are not just Earth; they represent a philosophy, that everything in this world, in this material world, is imbued with spirit.  Some people call pentacles a coin or a disc.  You will hear them describe variously by different taroists and in different books, but I prefer the name pentacles, and you see that the title pentacle, is on the card, and the pentacle is not just a coin, it is a magical symbol of Earth.  Notice the pentagram, the symbol of man, on the pentacle.  The pentacles have a season; that season is winter and they have a direction; that direction is North.  Pentacles are not just the material ground that we walk on;  they also represent home and our most personal home, the home of our spirit and soul, our body.  So, again, when there are many pentacles in a reading, they could equally be talking about manifestation of some project, your own body, your home, the results and they also deal with work.  Wands deal with work also, but in an entrepreneurial sense.  Pentacles deal with work in the idea of things that are made and sold.  I hope you have enjoyed this introduction to the pentacles and I hope to see you soon again.  Bye for now.
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Tarot card meanings  Part 1 The Minor Arcana
 
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An accurate and easy way to define the Tarot cards Minor Arcana. Link to The Essential Tarot – Unlocking the Mystery with keyword meanings on Amazon: https://www.amazon.com/Essential-Tarot-Unlocking-Mystery/dp/150894265X/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1547934192&sr=8-1&keywords=ESSENTIAL+TAROT+-+UNLOCKING+THE+MYSTERY
Views: 41178 Vincent Pitisci
Tarot Deck Overview: The Suit of Swords
 
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Jeanne Fiorini of TarotWorks (http;//www.tarotworks.com) provides Tarot students with a brief overview of the Suit of Swords. Often thought of as the "bad" suit in the Tarot, the Swords represent our mental processes and our communication issues...and therein lies the difficulty! All 10 Sword cards plus the four Sword Court Cards are addressed in this concise look at a most troublesome component of the Tarot.
Views: 16700 Jeanne Fiorini
Tarot's Minor Arcana: The Suit Of Swords
 
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Tarot's minor arcana: the suit of swords. Welcome back, Tarot fans! This is part 3 of Bestie’s deep dive into the 78 cards that make up the Tarot deck, starting with the 56 cards that make up the Minor Arcana. In our previous two videos, we took a look at the suit of cups and the suit of wands; if you haven't watched those already, we strongly suggest you check them out to catch up on what you missed! #TarotReading #TarotCards #PsychicTarotReading Timestamps: Ace of Swords - 01:58 Two of Swords - 02:37 Three of Swords - 03:16 Four of Swords - 03:56 Five of Swords - 04:33 Six of Swords - 05:16 Seven of Swords - 05:49 Eight of Swords - 06:27 Nine of Swords - 07:03 Ten of Swords - 07:45 Page of Swords - 08:31 Knight of Swords - 09:24 Queen of Swords - 10:07 King of Swords - 10:43 Music: https://www.youtube.com/audiolibrary/music Summary: Ace of Swords The artwork for the Ace of Swords is, unsurprisingly, a hand holding a sword. Following the pattern set by the Ace cards in the previous two suits, the Ace of Swords is said to be symbolic of new beginnings; in this case, new ideas, new plans and intellectual breakthroughs. This card may also be used to denote success or victory, maybe in the form of a “eureka” moment that gets you out of a mental funk. If this card shows up in a reading reversed (a.k.a upside down), the Ace of Swords can instead represent a lack of ideas or clouded judgment. Two of Swords On the two of swords we see a person holding, well, two swords, striking a pose that looks like something out of a poster for an early 2000’s action movie. In a Tarot reading, the two of swords can represent a difficult decision in which you should probably weigh your options before proceeding; it can also be read as symbolizing an impasse or stalemate in a conflict between two or more people. Reversed, this card can instead be indicative of indecision, delayed plans, or lies being exposed. I guess there’s nothing like a person holding two swords to remind you that honesty is the best policy. Three of Swords Take a look at the Valentine-style heart being pierced by three swords in the front of this card. Now give me three guesses as to what this might symbolize. If you said “heartbreak” you’d be correct! The three of swords represents emotional pain and grief inflicted on us by the words or actions of others, or even by ourselves. If you feel alone, betrayed or otherwise down in the dumps, then chances are you might expect to see this card in a Tarot reading. The good news is that when reversed, this card can instead represent a release of pain and overcoming negative emotions, as well as optimism and forgiveness. Four of Swords The four of swords has been interpreted to be a sign of restfulness, relaxation, meditation and recuperation. If you happen to be going through a stressful period of your life or a nasty bout of anxiety, seeing this card in a reading might mean that it’s time to slow down, take a deep breath and try to get your bearings before moving forward. If reversed, this card can instead represent exhaustion, feeling burnt-out, restlessness and a lack of self-care. So either way, this card can potentially signal a bit of a wake up call depending on where it appears in your Tarot reading. Five of Swords As you might have guessed based on the stern look from the person on the right side of this card, the five of swords is believed to show up in times of conflict or disagreement. More specifically, the five of swords is believed to represent defeat, whether that comes in the form of a fair-and-square loss, surrender or simply walking away from a losing battle. If this card shows up for you in a reading, that could mean it’s time to dust off those conflict resolution skills you learned in kindergarten and start putting them to good use in order to smooth things over. If reversed, the five of swords can instead be a symbol of peaceful resolution, making amends and reaching an agreeable compromise in a conflict. Six of Swords While the five of swords represents the setbacks brought about by conflict or disagreement, the six of swords is all about progress and moving forward. This card is believed to represent times of transition, healing, and letting go of personal baggage. That is, unless the card is reversed, in which case the six of swords might instead spell out a lack of progress, changing or abandoned plans, and getting sidetracked or stuck by delays and other problems. I guess it’s not always smooth sailing after all… ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Subscribe to Bestie : https://goo.gl/tUqro6 ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Our Social Media: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/bestieinc/ ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
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Tarot's Minor Arcana: The Suit Of Cups
 
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Tarot's minor arcana: the suit of cups. Hello again, and welcome to Bestie’s deep dive on the rules, meanings and interpretations of the Tarot cards! In our previous video, “Tarot: History and Overview”, we discussed the history of Tarot, and how it went from a card game used as a popular pastime to a set of images and symbols deeply associated with divination and the occult. Today, we’re going to start unpacking the most commonly accepted meanings and interpretations of the specific cards within the Tarot deck, starting with the four suits that make up Tarot’s Minor Arcana, or “lesser secrets”. First up, we’ll be talking about the Suit of Cups. #TarotReading #Psychic #Horoscope Timestamps: Ace of Cups : 03:30 Two of Cups : 04:22 Three of Cups : 05:04 Four of Cups : 05:50 Five of Cups : 06:26 Six of Cups :06:58 Seven of Cups : 07:30 Eight of Cups : 08:01 Nine of Cups : 08:27 Ten of Cups : 09:04 Page of Cups : 09:42 Knight of Cups : 10:19 Queen of Cups : 10:50 King of Cups : 11:20 Music: https://www.youtube.com/audiolibrary/music Summary: Ace of Cups The first card in the Suit of Cups is the Ace, which typically depicts a cup or chalice that is currently overflowing with water. Being the first card in this suit, it is commonly believed to be symbolic of new beginnings, or more specifically new relationships. Two of Cups The two of cups, with its two human figures exchanging drinks, is believed to signify things such as love, unity, partnership, respect and balance. Many interpret this card as being representative of marriage, though it can refer to other types of partnerships and unions as well. While the upright position of this card denotes compatibility and love, the reversed reading of this card represents the opposite: disharmony, imbalance, incompatibility, arguments, and unhappy relationships. Not that we’re saying you should judge your relationships solely based on what a playing card has to say about them but, hey, sometimes we need a little extra help to see those red flags. Three of Cups The artwork for the three of cups depicts three lively dancers, and when upright can be a symbol of reunions, celebrations, social gatherings, friendship and collaboration. It might mean that you’re about to reconnect with someone you fell out of touch with, or that you’ve got an important event on the horizon such as a party, wedding or similar celebration. Four of Cups While most of the cards in the Suit of Cups thus far have been about friendships and romantic relationships, the Four of Cups is decidedly more inward-facing: the Four of Cups in an upright position represents meditation, contemplation and reevaluation. It can also be interpreted to symbolize regrets, missed opportunities stagnation, and apathy. If this card sounds like a bit of a downer, have no fear: a reversed Four of Cups can symbolize seizing opportunities and letting go of the regrets that weight you down as well as being proactive and making positive changes. Five of Cups As you might have guessed from the sad-looking man this card depicts, the Five of Cups is associated with grief, abandonment, despair, failure and disappointment. And you thought the last card was depressing! If that doesn’t sound like what you look for in a Tarot reading, you might be lucky enough to get dealt this card in reverse, in which case it represents moving forward with your life, learning to forgive yourself and letting go of your emotional baggage. Onwards and upwards! Six of Cups The Six of Cups is a card associated with past memories, childhood, and other formative experiences from a more innocent time. According to readers and Tarot experts, you may have been dealt this card because you’re feeling nostalgic, or it might be a sign to revisit the past and the joy and generosity that you remember from back then. When this card is reversed, it could mean that you’re so busy living in the past that you can’t focus on the present, and it might be a sign that it’s time for you to move on. Seven of Cups “What am I gonna do with all these cups?” says the man on the card. At least that’s what we think he says. Similarly, if this card shows up in a reading it could be because you’re faced with a plethora of opportunities, and it’s time to sit down and start weighing the options before you decide on which cup to take. If reversed, this card could instead signify the consequences of making the wrong choice or missing an opportunity. In other words: “he chose...poorly!” ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Subscribe to Bestie : https://goo.gl/tUqro6 ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Our Social Media: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/bestieinc/ ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
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The Suits
 
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Hey Guys ! In this video I talk about the inner meaning behind each of the four suits. Each suit has a unique relationship with the way we experience life on this planet- SEASONS Important to note that as each suit cycles this means that our own birthcard goes through cycles which gives us each our own events that we can predict and time. * If you are a joker or born on leap year...time of birth will be necessary. Before Noon you are the Ace of Hearts After Noon you are the King of Spades *Born on leap year 2/29 same applies Before Noon you are 10 of clubs After Noon you are 9 of spades If you are born after Midnight and before 1 AM during DST You are the card from the day before. Example Born January 4th (10 of spades) at 12:19AM DST this means you were actually born 11:19 PM real time so you'd be January 3 (Jack of Spades) Subscribe if you want to learn about predicting events in your lives with playing cards and vedic astrology. Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/learnthecards/ FB: https://www.facebook.com/learnthecards/
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Tarot Card Minor Arcana Overview: Suit of Pentacles
 
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Jeanne Fiorini, owner/founder of TarotWorks (http://www.tarotworks.com) concludes an overview of the Tarot's Minor Arcana with this look at the fourteen Pentacle cards. Don't be fooled -- it's about money and a whole lot more!
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Tarot's Minor Arcana: The Suit of Wands
 
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Tarot's minor arcana: the suit of wands. Hello again, Tarot fans! This is part 2 of Bestie’s deep dive into the 56 cards that make up Tarot’s Minor Arcana. In case you missed the first part, check out our video on the Suit of Cups in order to catch yourself up before watching this one. Today we will be looking at the next of the four Minor Arcana suits and giving an overview of all 14 cards that make up the Suit of Wands. #Tarot #TarotReading #TarotCardReading Timestamps: Ace of Wands - 02:34 Two of Wands - 03:21 Three of Wands - 04:02 Four of Wands - 04:37 Five of Wands - 05:11 Six of Wands - 05:52 Seven of Wands - 06:36 Eight of Wands - 07:20 Nine of Wands - 07:53 Ten of Wands - 08:35 Page of Wands - 09:14 Knight of Wands - 10:03 Queen of Wands - 10:41 King of Wands - 11:20 Music: https://www.youtube.com/audiolibrary/music Summary: Ace of Wands First up in the Suit of Wands is the Ace of Wands, depicting a disembodied hand grasping a stick. The Ace cards in each of the four Minor Arcana suits are typically seen as being meant to symbolize new beginnings, and the Ace of Wands is no exception: According to expert Tarot readers, this card is all about embracing new ideas and beginning new projects; it represents a creative spark that can ignite your passion to accomplish bigger and better things. If this card shows up in your reading reversed, i.e. upside-down, it could potentially mean you’re currently suffering from a creative drought or find yourself waylaid by delays and distractions. At times like these, it’s always important to remember to “stick” to your guns. Get it? Two of Wands In the art for the Two of Wands, we see a man standing between two upright branches, potentially symbolizing two “branching” paths that he can possibly take. Similarly, the Two of Wands card is often interpreted as symbolizing an important decision to be made, usually between two distinct choices. You may be feeling as though the grass is always greener on the other side, or you might find yourself at a point where it’s time to start planning for the future. When reversed, this card can represent the fear of change, fear of the unknown, indecisiveness, a lack of planning or self-doubt. Three of Wands The Three of Wands is all about progress, travel, foresight, confidence, and new opportunities, especially overseas. Like the person on this card overlooking the ocean, this card symbolizes that you’re at a point where you can see everything that lies ahead of you; all the challenges and obstacles that are about to come your way. Maybe now’s the time to do that backpacking tour through Europe that you and your best friend keep hyping up. Unless this card is reversed of course; an ups-de-down Three of Wands represents a lack of foresight, unexpected delays, lack of confidence and restrictions. Four of Wands If the Three of Wands is about travelling overseas, then the Four of Wands is about the journey home; this card represents reunions, happy families, homecomings and relaxation. It can also represent that you’ve just completed a major life goal or milestone, and it’s time for some much-needed celebration! If reversed, this card can represent cancelled celebrations or conflicts between loved ones, or it might represent a more personal celebration or achieving inner harmony. Five of Wands As you might have guessed by the not so friendly looking picture on the front of this card, the Five of Wands represents conflict, arguments, competition, disagreements and a distinct lack of cooperation. This card can often be interpreted to denote a clash of personality; maybe you’re having a hard time getting everyone on the same page for a group project, or you recently got into an argument with a close friend. On the plus side, a reversed Five of Wands can symbolize compromise, the end of a disagreement, harmony, and problem-solving, or it could represent an inner conflict or fear of confrontation. Six of Wands In the Six of Wands, we see a triumphant figure on horseback, their head held high as they parade their way into the frame. Sure enough, this card can be interpreted as being symbolic of success and victories, public recognition, praise, confidence and being in the spotlight. ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Subscribe to Bestie : https://goo.gl/tUqro6 ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Our Social Media: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/bestieinc/ ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
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Suits of Tarot: The Cups Cards
 
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The suit of Cups is connected to our emotions, our relationships, and matters of the soul. When a Cups card comes up in your Tarot reading, pay attention to your dreams, your heart, and your intuitions. Read more about Cups here: https://www.tarot.com/tarot/cards/suit-of-cups-meaning
Views: 1098 Tarot.com
Suits of Tarot: The Wands Cards
 
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The Tarot suit of Wands -- sometimes called Rods, Staves, or Staffs -- represents the energy of movement, creativity, and invention. Wands represent ideas and innovation, and an entrepreneurial spirit. Read more here: https://www.tarot.com/tarot/cards/suit-of-wands-meaning
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Four Tools to Master the Minor Arcana
 
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If you practice these four sets of correspondences, you'll not only be able to read a Waite-Smith Tarot deck, you will be able to read ANY Tarot deck. Even the ones that don't have illustrated scenes on the Minor Arcana. (And with a very minor adjustment, you'll be able to apply this knowledge to regular playing cards.) If you missed my video on the Dream Team Spread you can find it at: https://youtu.be/gW5o4eQCoOE For more information about Tarot court cards, see my video, "Court Cards: The Four Families of Tarot": https://youtu.be/6achM4gflAU Decks used in this video: The Radiant Rider-Waite Tarot Based on drawings by Pamela Colman Smith Colored by Virginijus Poshkus Published by U.S. Games Systems, Inc., 2003 The Maddonni Tarot Illustrations by Silvia Maddonni Published by Grimaud, 1981
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Minor Arcana | Tarot Cards
 
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Unlock the mysteries of Tarot: The Complete Guide to the Tarot: http://amzn.to/1Pj0Div The Tarot Bible: The Definitive Guide to the Cards: http://amzn.to/1LlxTzz Chakra Wisdom Oracle Cards: http://amzn.to/1hrj3zE The Essential Tarot Kit: Book and Card Set: http://amzn.to/1ZdkUu5 The Rider Tarot Deck Cards: http://amzn.to/1OmCOXQ Watch more How to Read Tarot Cards videos: http://www.howcast.com/videos/515595-Minor-Arcana-Tarot-Cards Hello. I'm Ellen Goldberg and I welcome you to this taro moment from the school or oracles. This segment is on an introduction tot he minor arcana. As I've mentioned, the taro is divided into two basic groups. The 22 groups of the major arcana which portray the major archetypes of the laws of the universe and personalities and spiritual forces and the minor arcana. And that's a greater group, 56 cards. 56 cards subdivided into 4 suits, the wands, the cups, the swords, and the pentacles and we'll be doing a segment particularly on the 4 suits. So, take a look for that one. But the minor arcana, sometimes people think that it is lesser than the major arcana just because it has the prefix or the title "minor." To me, that's like saying the subconscious is lesser than the conscious mind just because it has the beginning of "sub." It's not true. The minor arcana are also archetypes. They're archetypal situations and people. Each of the 4 suits of the minor arcana has 14 cards in it. 10 of it you know from regular playing cards, they're the ace through 10's. We've seen them and played with them through all of our lives. We even know the other group, but maybe not all of them. Each suit not only has an ace through 10, often called the pip cards, but there are 4 court cards, people. There's pages, there are queens, there are kings, and there are knights on horseback. I even think I found a, oh, here's a knight, knight of cups. These people are the people that you will meet in your life and they will have personalities that you will recognize. The minor arcana, we might say, is a great panorama of life because they represent events. There will be pictures on cards, which is one of the reason why I love the "Ride Awake" cards so much because every card has a picture and a title that is descriptive of the card. The work that we're going to do with the minor comes really from the order of the Golden Dawn. As we make this video I'm approaching my 70th year and I started to study the cards when I was 29. And somewhere in my 30's I spent 4 years at a Kabbalistic Mystery School based on taro and it was also based on the work of the order of the Golden Dawn which is how I've come to have the association that I do with the cards. every card in the minor arcana not only has a title which we call a lord name, it's called a lord name and not just a name to show that it is a big constellation of energy. But it also has an astrological attribution. A planet, working within a sign. We don't have time for the more complex segment it would take to show how they got their attributions but there is rhyme and reason to it, it's not arbitrary at all. The minor arcana, in my estimation, are the major arcana brought down to earth. They are a panorama of life and all the people and situations that you're going to encounter in your life's journey. Thank you for being with me. Bye for now.
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Tarot's Suit Of Wands:Overview
 
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Jeanne Fiorini (TarotWorksb http://www.tarotworks.com) offers an overview of the 14 cards in the Tarot's suit of Wands. Correlated with the element of Fire and thus relating to matters of personal power, determination, creativity, and perseverance, these 14 cards are a dynamic component of the Tarot. Coming Up Next: The Suit of Cups! Visit the TarotWorks website for a complete listing of in-depth Tarot videos covering the entire Tarot system.
Views: 17664 Jeanne Fiorini
Suits of Tarot: The Pentacles Cards
 
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Tarot cards in the Pentacles suit -- sometimes referred to as "Coins" -- pertain to things in the material and physical world. Often Pentacles are mistaken as only symbols of wealth and money matters. Read more about this Tarot deck suit here: http://www.tarot.com/tarot/cards/suit-of-pentacles-meaning
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Tarot Deck Review: The Suit of Cups
 
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Jeanne Fiorini (TarotWorks http://www.tarotworks.com) presents the second in a series of brief overviews of the Tarot. This installment reviews the Suit of Cups: Ace through Ten plus the Court Cards. For further learning of the Tarot with complete instructional videos, please visit the TarotWorks website where you'll find a list of 8 video classes designed to enhance your understanding and effective use of this amazing system. http://www.tarotworks.com/Pages/TarotProducts.aspx
Views: 12698 Jeanne Fiorini
The tarot: combinations and the suits - tell the story
 
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Tarot: Interpretation Without Memorization
 
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Ever wonder how the cards originally got their meanings? The symbology of the tarot consists of several different components such as the classical elements and the primal meanings of numbers. Once you learn these basic components, you can easily interpret without having to memorize each card. This is a much more fluid and adaptable method of tarot reading, good for beginners or people who have difficulty with memorization, and informative for experts who never knew WHY a card meant what it meant. This is my secret, "lazy" method of tarot reading. It is intended to be free for all who will find it, and no one may claim ownership of it, including myself, since I have only recognized patterns that are already established. This method came to me by way of solitary study and contemplation (and maybe more than a little help from spirit guides). This method is imperfect and incomplete, and as always, open to interpretation. Perhaps there is a secret society that knew of this method all along, but they never shared, so... power to the people, man! One big tip: If you are doing a reading that does not seem to make sense to you, and you can not see how all the cards relate to one another, this indicates that either the querent or the people who are in her life are being dishonest, deceptive, concealing something or wearing a false face. For example, the querent could be in a relationship of convenience, but pretending to love her mate for security, and her mate is beginning to suspect this but is still giving her the benefit of the doubt.
Views: 40340 Practical Spirituality
Cups Tarot Card Meaning Minor Arcana Suit Cups - Pt 1 Introduction to the Suit of Cups Overview
 
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Using the Universal Waite Tarot Deck, Kira (http://kirawoods.com), explores the meaning and interpretation of the Suit of Cups with this video overview of all the Cups Tarot Cards, there meanings and role in the Suit of Cups. The Cups are the Water Element of the Tarot, a diverse Suit of meaning and imagery. As fire is the symbol of the Spirit Life Force giving life to the Universe, then Water signifies the love that opens and nourishes the soul to receiving that force. Just like when the sun draws a seed out of the ground with readiness to grow only when water softens and nourishes that seed does it grow. The Water (the love, nourishment, compassion, imagination, joy, peace, harmony and wonder of the Cups) is an essential key to all life, growth and the realization of the power of love to manifest all things in our Spiritual (Major Arcana) and physical (Minor Arcana) experience of our human existence. The fabulous drawings of this deck are by Pamela Colman Smith and recoloured by Mary Hanson-Roberts. Enjoy! Thank you for viewing my video. I hope you enjoyed it and found it both of value and inspiration. If yes, please hit the "Like" thumbs up and share :). To find more of my videos remember to SUBSCRIBE to my channel. Hope you enjoy watching my other videos too . If you would like a private reading with me Yeah! You can book directly at https://bookme.name/kwoods or visit my website at https://kirawoods.com. Additionally you can follow me on facebook at https://facebook.com/kirawoodstarot Wishing you Light and Abundance and wishing you love, peace and kindness in your life and the life of all those around you. – Kira :)
Views: 7837 Kira Woods
The Tarot Suit of Wands, ruminations, associations, meanings, musings
 
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Let's take a walk through the suit of wands! Book a reading with me: https://www.etsy.com/shop/CuriousJourneyTarot?ref=hdr_shop_menu Find me: http://curiousjourneytarot.weebly.com
Views: 3371 Tom Benjamin
Pentacles Tarot Card Meaning Minor Arcana Suit Pentacles- Pt 1 Introduction to the Suit of Pentacles
 
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Kira from http://kirawoods.com, using the Universal Waite Tarot Deck, explores the meaning and interpretation of the suit of Pentacles (aka Suit of Coins & the Pips) starting with this introductory video covering an overview of the Suit. This video includes a description of the Ace of Pentacles Tarot Card Meaning, Two of Pentacles Tarot Card Meaning, Three of Pentacles Tarot Card Meaning, Four of Pentacles Tarot Card Meaning, Five of Pentacles Tarot Card Meaning, Six of Pentacles Tarot Card Meaning, Seven of Pentacles Tarot Card Meaning, Eight of Pentacles Tarot Card Meaning, Nine of Pentacles Tarot Card Meaning & Ten of Pentacles Tarot Card Meaning. The Pentacles represent all things in the material world, the practical, physical, tangible and symbolize the magic of ordinary creation. We experience the Pentacles in all aspects of our existence - in how we create solid form in the material world. How we manifest the tangible, all things within the element of Earth. The fabulous drawings of this deck are by Pamela Colman Smith and recoloured by Mary Hanson-Roberts. Enjoy! Thank you for viewing my video. I hope you enjoyed it and found it both of value and inspiration. If yes, please hit the "Like" thumbs up and share :). To find more of my videos remember to SUBSCRIBE to my channel. Hope you enjoy watching my other videos too . If you would like a private reading with me Yeah! You can book directly at https://bookme.name/kwoods or visit my website at https://kirawoods.com. Additionally you can follow me on facebook at https://facebook.com/kirawoodstarot Wishing you Light and Abundance – Kira
Views: 5894 Kira Woods
Minor Arcana Tarot Cards Meaning of Four Suits & Elements - Part 1
 
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Understanding the 4 Elements and Suits of Tarot is not always as easy as it first may appear. Following how each suit fits with what element may challenge some aspects of your understanding and subsequent reading of the Tarot cards. Sit with each of the four element and ask yourself how do they feel, how are they speaking to me, what do I see. Get to know personally each element with its own energy and symbolic meaning. I encourage you to freely examine your insights and open yourself to how you experience the cards energy, images and messages knowing that as you expand your awareness, your understanding and vision will grow and change. To those of you beginning its always good start to your exploration with the basic foundation that the Tarot was built. The Universal Waite deck (the deck I use) is based on the Swords being Air (aka wind), Pentacles (aka coins or discs) are Earth, Wands (aka Staves) are Fire and Cups are Water. Pentacles being Earth, the whole manifestation of the physical world correspond in Astrology with Capricorn, Taurus and Virgo. Wands being fire resonate with inspiration, passion, action and creativity and in Astrology are Aries, Leo and Sagittarius. Cups are feelings, emotions, relationships corresponding with Cancer, Scorpio and Pisces and Swords are intellect, wisdom, perceptions, communication, functions of the mind and correspond with Gemini, Libra and Aquarius. Thank you for viewing my video I hope you enjoyed it. Remember to hit the "Like" thumbs up and share. If you would like to find more of my videos remember to SUBSCRIBE to my channel. Hope you enjoy watching my other videos too . If you would like a private reading with me Yeah! You can book directly at https://bookme.name/kwoods or visit my website at https://kirawoods.com. Additionally you can follow me on facebook at https://facebook.com/kirawoodstarot Wishing you Light and Abundance – Kira
Views: 606 Kira Woods
Swords Tarot Card Meaning Minor Arcana Suit Swords- Pt 1 Introduction to the Suit of Swords
 
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Using the Universal Waite Tarot Deck Kira (http://kirawoods.com) explores the meaning and interpretation of the suit of swords starting with this introductory video. This video includes a description and meaning of the Ace of Swords Tarot card, Two of Swords Tarot Card, Three of Swords Tarot Card, Four of Swords Tarot Card, Five of Swords Tarot Card, six of Swords Tarot Card, Seven of Swords Tarot Card, Eight of Swords Tarot Card, Nine of Swords Tarot Card and Ten of Swords Tarot Card. Discover the wisdom and opportunity when these cards appear in your reading. Remember the Swords energy, like all the Tarot Cards full of promise and magic if you understand the meaning and how to apply the insights into a reading. They do not need to be something to fear or dread. Yes they are known in many ways as the most difficult suit especially if you look at the imagery and only see the objects as weapons, signifying pain, anger, destruction as all the Swords images depict. Remember the Swords are more than that surface impression. They can be the gateway to cutting through illusions, complicated problems, limitations, barriers and the restrictions holding you stuck. The truth we need to see, the magic, can not shine the light on our meaning and value in life until we have learned to recognize the full truth, whatever pain it brings. The fabulous drawings of this deck are by Pamela Colman Smith and recoloured by Mary Hanson-Roberts. Enjoy! Thank you for viewing my video. I hope you enjoyed it and found it both of value and inspiration. If yes, please hit the "Like" thumbs up and share :). To find more of my videos remember to SUBSCRIBE to my channel. Hope you enjoy watching my other videos too . If you would like a private reading with me Yeah! You can book directly at https://bookme.name/kwoods or visit my website at https://kirawoods.com. Additionally you can follow me on facebook at https://facebook.com/kirawoodstarot Wishing you Light and Abundance and wishing you love, peace and kindness in your life and the life of all those around you. – Kira :)
Views: 4606 Kira Woods
Playing Card Meanings - How to read a deck of cards - Cartomancy
 
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Playing Card Meanings - How to read a deck of cards - Cartomancy More playing card meanings: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vbYUGfWuRzE The art of telling fortunes by cards, known professionally as cartomancy, has been practiced for centuries. Pronounce Cartomancy https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LtNxDkWYVN4 You can find many of these meanings from books, my interpretations come from a few sources, you are of course free to develop your own. 1. Playing Card Divination for Beginner by Richard Webster 2. It's All in the Cards by Chita Lawrence 3. The Fortune Teller's Deck by Jane Lyle Card reading is strictly for fun and entertainment purposes. I only share this to improve your magic or mentalism acts. I in no way endorse spiritualism or speaking to the dead or a practice in the occult. Playing Cards Meaning Playing card meanings Fortune telling with playing cards Cartomancy
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Tarot Cards and Corresponding Suits to Playing Cards.
 
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I explain and show which Tarot card suit go with each Playing card suit and explain which each suit means.
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Wands Tarot Card Meaning Minor Arcana Suit Wands - Pt 1 Introduction to the Suit of Wands Overview
 
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Kira (http://kirawoods.com) explores in this introduction the general meaning and understanding of the Wands Suit of the Minor Arcana Tarot. The Wands are the fire element of the Tarot, the divine spark in the soul, of someone being "on fire with and idea, passion and force of will. The wands stand for movement, competition, self expression, confidence, inspiration, initiative, action, eagerness, boundless energy, optimism, the spark that ignites and your personal creative power.
Views: 5103 Kira Woods
2. Easy Guide to Tarot Suits
 
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Forget all the Swords = Air, Wands = fire elemental add-ons and let's just LOOK at the suits - what do we REALLY see? Within that true seeing lies their true meaning. All is revealed in this Easy Guide for your next-level tarot development! Payments or Channel Donations: https://www.PayPal.Me/BradAshlock This channel provides unique tarot and magical resources with an emphasis on Tarot de Marseille and self-actualization. To schedule a one-on-one tarot reading with Brad on Skype, please contact him via email: [email protected] 30 min Skype reading: $30 US 60 min Skype reading: $60 US I also teach tarot and magic to a select group of students a year (email me with enquiries to be included in the waiting list). Looking forward to your cards!
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The Tarot Suit of Cups, ruminations, associations, meanings, and musings
 
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By request, let's take a walk through the cards not in reading context, but in terms of the meanings they've developed for me over the years. What surprises you? What are some meanings you've come up with over your time with the suit. Find me: http://curiousjourneytarot.weebly.com Book a reading: http://Etsy.com/shop/curiousjourneytarot
Views: 1351 Tom Benjamin
Intro to Tarot Lesson 7: Minor Arcana Suit of Swords
 
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The suit of Swords...they can be troublesome! They are our thoughts, our mind, associated with the element of air...Let's explore Ace to Ten of this suit together! Please comment below - how do the swords resonate with you? Do they resonate or repel? Stay tuned - Pentacles are next! For more Tarot goodies, www.innergoddesstarot.com Thanks for your support! :)
Views: 1249 Inner Goddess Tarot
Learning the Tarot - Minor Arcana - Wands
 
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The follow is part one of a four part series on the minor arcana. We will explore the minor arcana with the assistance of "Best Tarot Practices" by Marica Masino.
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How to Read the Fours | Tarot Cards
 
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Unlock the mysteries of Tarot: The Complete Guide to the Tarot: http://amzn.to/1Pj0Div The Tarot Bible: The Definitive Guide to the Cards: http://amzn.to/1LlxTzz Chakra Wisdom Oracle Cards: http://amzn.to/1hrj3zE The Essential Tarot Kit: Book and Card Set: http://amzn.to/1ZdkUu5 The Rider Tarot Deck Cards: http://amzn.to/1OmCOXQ Watch more How to Read Tarot Cards videos: http://www.howcast.com/videos/515633-How-to-Read-the-Fours-Tarot-Cards Hello, this is Ellen Goldberg and I welcome you to a "Tarot Moment" with the School of Oracles. In this segment we're going to take a brief overview of the "Fours" of each of the suits of the Minor Arcana. The Fours belong to the Sophitia on the Tree of Life called "Chesed", and Chesed means "Mercy". It's the first Sophitia to receive the energy after it leaves the top Supernal Triangle, or the Godhead, and so this is when the tree bursts into color. Chesed's Mercy, it's ruled by Jupiter so it's incredibly beneficent. Gives without regard to the merit or the deservingness of the recipient. It just gives gratuitously in the same way that the world, the Kabbalah say, was given and is constantly created gratuitously as a gift from the Divine. The name of the number four is "Order". This is not Kabbalistic, these are things that are more Pythagorean. But, we know the number four. Four squares are very common idiom in English for law and order, being a really straight and solid person, and certainly a square cube is a very solid item. The name of the number four is "Order", and order is something that every four is going to show us. Something solid about the suit, or at least how to achieve that solidness. The "Four of Wands" is called the lord of perfected work. Something has been accomplished here and you see that people are celebrating. They're rushing out, having a wonderful time and the whole background shows that it is infused with spirit. There is a ritual going on too. So sometimes this card is associated with a wedding, or marriage, but certainly it is completion. Perfected work. Venus in Aries, and Venus is the Empress and Aries is the Emperor, and they are a wedded pair. But it also lets us know that you cannot perfect your work, or complete your work without love, tact, and gentleness. When this card is on the higher polarity it is completion, rest after labor, celebration of a higher truth in form (which is what a ritual is), and tangible achievements. Turn this car around and you notice that the lovely bower becomes a hurdle. So it's filled with obstacles. It's a card of delays, obstacles, things that don't go very well, self-centeredness, and using egotistic self-centered mean to accomplish what you want. "The Four of Cups", the lord of blended pleasure. Associated with the moon and Cancer. Emotions are the hardest things to keep orderly, and so this card is really rather more of advice than a picture of something that is actually ordered and stable already. You see a person sitting, gazing discontentedly at three cups on the ground. And yet, if he would only turn his eyes upwards, he would see that a hand (very much like the hand in the "Ace of Cups"), is offering the "Cup of Grace". There is so much yearning here. The moon is at home in Cancer, and it feels so much. Yearns for so much. Yearning, when it's turned towards earthly pursuits, earthly things, to have more money, a better body, the best relationship, whatever it is, is not necessarily going to bring you contentment. But yearning, when it's turned towards spirit, when it's turned towards your own ascension on the tree, ascension in your spiritual practice, whatever that practice may be, that then becomes the fuel that takes you upwards. Turn your eyes in a different direction. On the higher polarity this card is that there is a spiritual blessing close at hand. Look for it, don't miss it. On a lower polarity someone has missed the point, and as a result they feel disappointed, numb, bored. "The Four of Swords", lord of rest after strife. Jupiter in Libra. Jupiter, good fortune, and Libra balance. What a lovely thing for this suit that deals with the mind. Here we see a person in repose. Many people think that it maybe it is a tomb, but it really is not. It's a person in deep, spiritual repose, and it's the repose of the entire mind. Sometimes this card is called not just rest from strife, but rest in and through strife. If you notice, in the upper corner there's a stained glass window, and if you look carefully at it, you'll see that it is Christ giving someone a blessing. These pictures that you see in stained glass windows in the cards always have meanings. They always tell us something about the card. This card is a blessing. In the higher p
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How to Read the Aces | Tarot Cards
 
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Unlock the mysteries of Tarot: The Complete Guide to the Tarot: http://amzn.to/1Pj0Div The Tarot Bible: The Definitive Guide to the Cards: http://amzn.to/1LlxTzz Chakra Wisdom Oracle Cards: http://amzn.to/1hrj3zE The Essential Tarot Kit: Book and Card Set: http://amzn.to/1ZdkUu5 The Rider Tarot Deck Cards: http://amzn.to/1OmCOXQ Watch more How to Read Tarot Cards videos: http://www.howcast.com/videos/515630-How-to-Read-the-Aces-Tarot-Cards Hello, I’m Ellen Goldberg and welcome to A Tarot Moment from the School of Oracles. In this segment, we’re gonna take a brief look at the four aces. The four aces are the leading card of each of the four suits and they embody the element in their purest form. In fact, their name is always the root of the element of whichever suit. And that root has its being miss in heaven.The aces are very powerful cards. They’re the most powerful cards in the Minor Arcana. When you get an ace in the reading, you know that something very big is happening. A strong force is present and you take it seriously. Each of these is very close the meaning of itself and we’ve done segments on the four elements so it might be fun to go and refer to them also to refer to them as the Tree of Life because we talked about how each of the groups of cards, the twos, the threes, and of course the aces belong to the corresponding Sephira on the Tree of Life.  The aces belong to the very top of the Tree of Life, the Kether.And therefore, it is spirit incarnate or actually not incarnate yet, but spirit on its way to be incarnate. The Ace of Wands you see is a masculine card.Notice how the Wand is very valiant looking. It’s so alive. The little green leaves show the onrushing of spring. They shape very much like yards which is a seed, the building block of the entire Hebrew alphabet. There’s power here, and vitality, and passion. When the Ace of Wands comes in the reading and it’s well dignified know that there could not be any better card to receive at the commencement of an enterprise because there is so much of the onrushing force of life here. There’s potency, there’s energy. When it’s in a more negative mode, or ill-dignified, lower polarity then it’s energy that is impudent or too much energy, fury, and calamity. Be aware negative Ace of Wands can have so much energy all blocked up that it can be very damaging. The Ace of Cups is feminine and all the aces are gonna alternate masculine, feminine, masculine, and feminine, the Ace of Cups because cups refer to emotions, psychic development,feelings, intuition, creativity, and love. We see what a loving card it is as the dove who is sacred to Venus descends to the cup of receptivity, ad fills the cup so, so that it runs over. When you get the Ace of Cups in the reading on the higher polarity, it’s love, yearning, psychic development, caring, inspiration.On the lower polarity it could be psychic drain or you going down the drain emotionally, or the creativity all blocked up for someone who is totally self-absorbed. The Ace of Swords is one of the most important parts in the deck because swords are the change suit, and the ace being the most powerful of the swords. This is the card of ultimate change. Change is coming, change in your process. This is the sword of truth and it represents the middle pillar on the Tree of Life. How do we know that? Because we see the top, the Crown which is Kether. We see somewhere in the middle the six floating Yods which represents the sixth sephira, Tipareth, the Sun which is the direct reflection of Kether. Each of the hand of aces which is the hand of God will often see it appear like this in all the alchemical and spiritual manuscripts. And each hand is slightly different. You can kind of see the personality that it give to the element. That hand on the Ace of Swords is ready for action. This is the sword of spiritual brightness,is a sword of truth. When the Ace of Swords shows up in the reading, know that there’s going to be a lot of change in your own personal process, or even more importantly, change in your thoughts about yourself, your identity. The “I am…”you fill in the blank is one of the things that determines our entire experience of life. This card will show you that there is an enormous powerful force at work could be for good or could be for evil or could be for evil because the greater the light, the greater the shadow. And when this card is in its lower polarity,there is untruth. There is the invoking of force, uh, for, well, purposes that are just no good. There’s a lot of power here. When it’s upright, think of the brightest, finest, truthful things in the world, then when it’s reversed there’s lies and deceit and change in blocked. The Ace of Pentacles is like the sun in the sky. The pentacle a
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QUICK lesson on the STRUCTURE  of rider-waite TAROT cards SUITS-ARCANA-ROYALITY
 
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learn the basic sturcture of the cards,the suits, the higher arcana , kings etc.. washing them, how to sfuffle Learn more at http://psychictarotreader.blogspot.com/ get your own reading for only $25.00 at http://www.etsy.com/listing/45094480/psychic-tarot-card-reading-for-45?ga_search_query=tarot%2Breading&ga_search_type=user_shop_ttt_id_5455128 .
Swords Tarot Card Meaning Minor Arcana Suit Swords Pt 2 - Ace, Two, Three & Four of Swords Explored
 
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Using the Universal Waite Tarot Deck, Kira (http://kirawoods.com), explores the meaning and interpretation of the Suit of Swords with this video. This overview of the Suit includes the Ace of Swords Tarot Card, Two of Swords Tarot Card, Three of Swords Tarot Card and Four of Swords Tarot Card. Discover the wisdom and opportunity when these cards appear in your reading. Remember the Swords energy, like all the Tarot Cards full of promise and magic if you understand the meaning and how to apply the insights into a reading. They do not need to be something to fear or dread. Yes they are known in many ways as the most difficult suit especially if you look at the imagery and only see the objects as weapons, signifying pain, anger, destruction as all the Swords images depict. Remember the Swords are more than that surface impression. They can be the gateway to cutting through illusions, complicated problems, limitations, barriers and the restrictions holding you stuck. The truth we need to see, the magic, can not shine the light on our meaning and value in life until we have learned to recognize the full truth, whatever pain it brings. Thank you for viewing my video. I hope you enjoyed it and found it both of value and inspiration. If yes, please hit the "Like" thumbs up and share :). To find more of my videos remember to SUBSCRIBE to my channel. Hope you enjoy watching my other videos too . If you would like a private reading with me Yeah! You can book directly at https://bookme.name/kwoods or visit my website at https://kirawoods.com. Additionally you can follow me on facebook at https://facebook.com/kirawoodstarot Wishing you Light and Abundance and wishing you love, peace and kindness in your life and the life of all those around you. – Kira :)
Views: 3529 Kira Woods
Tarot Card Series: The Suit of Wands
 
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We are going to keep going over Tarot cards and their meanings for the next few posts. Tarot cards are an accurate way for readers to help clients. We have many readers who can help with relationships, business, life issues, the future, big decisions and most life questions. In the Tarot card deck, there is the Major Arcana and Minor Arcana. The suits; Wands, Swords, Pentacles and Cups make up the Minor Arcana. Each of the four suits have Ace, Two, Three, Four, Five, Six, Seven, Eight, Nine, Ten. They also a Page, Knight, Queen and King - the Court Cards. Each of the four suits represents different aspects of life. The Suit of Wands generally represents optimism, drive, creativity, communication, spiritual, business, negotiations and communication. The suit of Wands is individualistic, it signals personal growth and creativity. The suit of Wands is associated with the fire signs in Astrology; Aries, Leo and Sagittarius. If a Wand’s court card comes up in a reading, the client asking the question should look for Aries, Leo and Sagittarius people in their life. Generally, these signs are warm, energetic and spiritual. If you have a spread that is mostly Wands cards, you may be looking for direction, meaning and a greater spiritual purpose. The Wands showing up heavily in the reading may signal the first stage of a project or idea. Each of the cards in the Wands suit can signal different stages of a situation, different approaches in the situation and different perspectives of the situation. Whether the card is upright or inverse can also signal different meanings. The position of the card in the Tarot card spread is important to how the card is translated by the reader. For instance, if the Ace of Wands is in a past position in the Tarot Card spread, it may indicate that the person being read took on a project, venture or change. If the Ace of Wands is in the present position, it may indicate that the person being read is needing to plan and make a move now. If the Ace of Wands is in the future, it indicates the person being read may have a new career, project or path ahead of them. The Tarot deck shown is the Rider Tarot Card Deck. Call us for a psychic reading. We offer a personalized psychic experience by phone. Our readers are all clairvoyant, some use Tarot cards, some are psychic mediums - we love to help with life questions, business and relationship questions. We are friendly, private and have accurate psychic readers. If you are a psychic, we are always looking for accurate and caring clairvoyant psychic readers. https://www.thepsychicline.com/ Google +: https://plus.google.com/u/0/113385846032095889158 YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/PsychicReadingsbyParamountSolutions Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/thepsychicline/ Tumblr: https://www.tumblr.com/blog/psychicreadingstips Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/thepsychicline/?eq=thepsychicline&etslf=31085 Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/thepsychicline/ 1-800-966-2294 Hours: Monday - Friday: 10am- Midnight EST Saturdays and Sundays: Noon until Midnight EST We are closed major holidays. Orlando, Florida based - our readers are throughout the United States. V, MC, AMEX, DIS or Money Gram Our clients call back because we offer a valuable service! On an average day, 95% of our calls are from current clients. entertainment 18+
Tarot Card Series: The Suit of Cups
 
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The suits of cups is part of the minor arcana in the Tarot card deck. When cups appear in a Tarot Card spread, it can indicate emotions, love, friendship and how the person being read feels about a person or something else in their life. The suit of Cups is associated with the Water signs in astrology; Cancer, Scorpio and Pisces. Depending on where the cards appear in the spread may indicate what the cards are symbolizing. The Suit of Cups is an emotional energy suit symbolizing an emotional connection to the person being read or a person around them in the past, present or future. If your tarot card spread is dominated by the Suit of Cups, depending on where the cards show in the spread, it may indicate emotional issues, relationship issues, creativity and personal interactions. Call us for a psychic reading. We offer a personalized psychic experience by phone. Our readers are all clairvoyant, some use Tarot cards, some are psychic mediums - we love to help with life questions, business and relationship questions. We are friendly, private and have accurate psychic readers. If you are a psychic, we are always looking for accurate and caring clairvoyant psychic readers. https://www.thepsychicline.com/ Google +: https://plus.google.com/u/0/113385846032095889158 YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/PsychicReadingsbyParamountSolutions Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/thepsychicline/ Tumblr: https://www.tumblr.com/blog/psychicreadingstips Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/thepsychicline/?eq=thepsychicline&etslf=31085 Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/thepsychicline/ 1-800-966-2294 Hours: Monday - Friday: 10am- Midnight EST Saturdays and Sundays: Noon until Midnight EST We are closed major holidays. Orlando, Florida based - our readers are throughout the United States. V, MC, AMEX, DIS or Money Gram Our clients call back because we offer a valuable service! On an average day, 95% of our calls are from current clients. entertainment 18+
Tarot Suits: Colors & Elements (Part One)
 
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Learn the meaning behind the choice of color in each of the suits of the Watcher Angel Tarot. What elements are associated with each and how this is evoked in the shades of the cards. Part One of Two. Browse through the cards while you listen here: http://spiralfirestudio.com/tarot.php
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Reading Tarot Cards - Meaning of Numbers
 
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Reading Tarot Cards by Goodie Chapter 3 - Meaning of Numbers Now is the time to look into the meaning of each numbers. The sequence from one to ten represents a little journey through our lives.
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Playing Cards as Tarot Cards 101 (What the Heck, Try the Deck)
 
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I figured it would be really rad to do a 101 video explaining how you can use a simple deck of playing cards for Tarot reading! Please feel free to like, comment, and most definitely subscribe! Want to follow or reach out to me? To connect with Juss: Instagram @MadameJuss Facebook.com/iamjusssayin Facebook.com/Puzzooks
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How to Read the Fives | Tarot Cards
 
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Unlock the mysteries of Tarot: The Complete Guide to the Tarot: http://amzn.to/1Pj0Div The Tarot Bible: The Definitive Guide to the Cards: http://amzn.to/1LlxTzz Chakra Wisdom Oracle Cards: http://amzn.to/1hrj3zE The Essential Tarot Kit: Book and Card Set: http://amzn.to/1ZdkUu5 The Rider Tarot Deck Cards: http://amzn.to/1OmCOXQ Watch more How to Read Tarot Cards videos: http://www.howcast.com/videos/515634-How-to-Read-the-Fives-Tarot-Cards Hello, I'm Ellen Goldberg, and welcome to A Tarot Moment with the School of Oracles.In this segment we're gonna take a brief overview of the fives of the four suits of the Minor Arcana. The fives belong to the Sephira called Gevurah, which is severity. This is the tough love Sephira on the Tree of Life, and Kabbalists say that it is also the origin of evil, because evil has to come from somewhere. Why do they say it comes from Gevurah? Because the harshness, the judgment and assessment that Gevurah gives, and which is necessary, but if unchecked by its partner, Hesed, complete, gratuitous mercy, on the other side, judgment, harshness, unchecked by love, that creates evil. Gevurah is not all evil. It's really part of the testing process as one goes up the Tree. And each of the fives of the suit is a testing card. Even on its higher polarity there's testing, so you can imagine how much testing goes on on its lower polarity. The Five of Wands is the planet Saturn,karma, in Leo, the sign that rules the heart, the noble heart. And with Saturn in Leo, the Lord of Strife is the name of this card. One must learn to sport royally, and learn to have a big heart, and to be fair. These people are not actually out to hurt each other, it's a game that is being played here. When this card comes in the higher polarity it is the advice, “Learn to sport royalty—royally.”It's competition. It's involvement embracing the battle of life,which we all must do, learning how to jump in and take it and become a player in the game of life. There's so much energy here. But on the lower polarity it can turn cutthroat. The competition is not very nice and people are out to win by any means possible, and perhaps one cannot take that kind of strife and withdraws from it. There is a great wisdom that comes as we learn about sorrow. This loss in pleasure, the astrological attribution, Mars in Scorpio. Now,Mars rules Scorpio and so the desire nature is here. There is too much desire. Maybe wanting things that have been lost, because there's a loss there. Notice that three of the cups have been turned over, but two remain behind. If she would only turn behind, she would see that something remains. Also if this figure would look, they would see that there is a bridge to the other side of the river, that there is transformation possible, and that there is help, there is a castle here, a home. And perhaps that bridge is a bridge over troubled waters. When the pleasure is present in the card, like in the Lord of Pleasure, which we shall see in the six, there is aliveness. But when there is a loss in pleasure, the death force is also inherent, and we know that Scorpio rules both death and rebirth.On the higher polarity this card is learning and wisdom that comes through your sorrows. Also understanding what remains constant and real even in the face of loss. It's bearing the loss with dignity or mourning.  In the lower polarity you are caught between the Devil and the deep blue sea. There is no where to go, they say between a rock and a hard place, and that mourning is very intense. The sorrow is very deep. And there is unkindness from ones that you expected kindness from. Now we look at the Suit of the Swords,which is the mental suit, and that has a very mental connotation, the name the Lord of Defeat. Its astrological attribution is Venus in Aquarius. Venus is love, and Aquarius is a love sign too, but it's the sign of universal love. It doesn't really do very well on the one-to-one level. It's more a friendship sign. Here we have to be on friendly terms with ourselves, because what we're defeating is the voice of slander within. Remember swords are almost always talking about processes, and especially mental process. Look at the sky and you see that it's charged with energy, and not necessarily a clear and blustery, balmy breeze, it's strong and there's a lot going on.How we vanquish that voice of slander within is really equivalent to the meeting of the dweller on the threshold. We have to meet our shadow. We have to know how to say, “That's not true. Just because you think it, doesn't make it so.” Thoughts are not entirely personal. We must learn to identify with the higher self, and not the lower. On the higher polarity one does that. One of its meanings is vanquishing unworthy thoughts
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Minor Arcana Tarot Cards Meaning of Four Suits & Elements: Part 2
 
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How does Water, Fire, Earth and Air shape the Tarot? Continuing on from my part 1 video, here I look a little deeper into the mystery of the elements and Tarot. The elements are the foundation of the Minor Arcana and help give specific meaning to each of the Suits. As you discover your connection with the Tarot I encourage you to explore and create a personal connection with each of the elements and suits. You may also find it useful to reflect on the corresponding Astrology sign for each element. Refer to my part 1 video for more explanation. There are four classic elements earth, fire, water and air - each with its own energy and symbolic essence. The water element- Suit of Cups - is fluid, flowing, emotions, intuition, love, feelings, relationships, connections, compassion, kindness, empathy and so forth. The Fire element - Suit of Wands - is unpredictable, passionate, energetic, strength, enthusiasm, sexuality, will power, drive, go-getter attitude, competition, ego personal energy and so forth. The Earth element - Suit of Pentacles - is tactile, tangible, manifestation, grounded, stable, fertility, finances, work, physical wellbeing, career, everything of this physical existence. The Air element - Suit of Swords - is movement, power, the unseen, the intangible, think about the wind and its power its importance in life. Air how we breathe, we speak, we communicate, our mind, our mental activity, our perceptions, judgement, guilt, anger, verbal, thoughts, attitude, beliefs, and so forth. Thank you for viewing my video I hope you enjoyed it. Remember to hit the "Like" thumbs up and share. If you would like to find more of my videos remember to SUBSCRIBE to my channel. Hope you enjoy watching my other videos too . If you would like a private reading with me Yeah! You can book directly at https://bookme.name/kwoods or visit my website at https://kirawoods.com. Additionally you can follow me on facebook at https://facebook.com/kirawoodstarot Wishing you Light and Abundance – Kira
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The Minor Arcana: The four suits of tarot cards series
 
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Greetings and welcome to another video where we’ll cover the minor arcana in the tarot! In this video, we discuss the difference between the major arcana and the minor arcana. After that, we dive into an introduction on the minor arcana and why you would want to use it and what does the minor arcana actually mean? If you’re interested in listening to the full beginners Tarot series you can find all the videos in my playlists here on YouTube. Thanks for tuning in and for listening please comment, like and subscribe and staypeace! Queen Sereda
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Tarot Card Series: The Suit of Pentacles
 
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Depending on the Tarot card spread, some spreads use more cards than others, having Pentacles show up can signify financial matters, work issues, business-type issues and career and work issues. If Pentacles show inverted, depending on where they show in the spread, it may signify negative business-type issues. Each card and where they show up in the spread in upright or reversed positions will signify different aspects of a business or material issue. We cannot stress the importance of finding an experienced Tarot Card reader to do readings. Yes, many people can read cards and translate them from a book. The best Tarot card readers will have well-worn cards that are an extension of the reader. A Tarot card reader should be able to translate the cards effectively to give accurate information. An excellent Tarot card reader will take all aspects of the situation and all aspects of the Tarot Card Spread into consideration. Tarot card readers who have read for a diverse clientele in numerous situations over a period of years are the best Tarot card readers. The best Tarot card readers will take the different aspects of the spread - be it dealing with past, present, future, astrological signs and reversed or upright. When we do test readings with Tarot card readers, we specifically look for readers who are also clairvoyant. Readers who are clairvoyant with Tarot cards are excellent phone readers because they can give insight on what they are seeing and what the Tarot cards are telling them. The Tarot card deck shown is the Rider Tarot Deck. Call us for a psychic reading. We offer a personalized psychic experience by phone. Our readers are all clairvoyant, some use Tarot cards, some are psychic mediums - we love to help with life questions, business and relationship questions. We are friendly, private and have accurate psychic readers. If you are a psychic, we are always looking for accurate and caring clairvoyant psychic readers. https://www.thepsychicline.com/ Google +: https://plus.google.com/u/0/113385846032095889158 YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/PsychicReadingsbyParamountSolutions Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/thepsychicline/ Tumblr: https://www.tumblr.com/blog/psychicreadingstips Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/thepsychicline/?eq=thepsychicline&etslf=31085 Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/thepsychicline/ 1-800-966-2294 Hours: Monday - Friday: 10am- Midnight EST Saturdays and Sundays: Noon until Midnight EST We are closed major holidays. Orlando, Florida based - our readers are throughout the United States. V, MC, AMEX, DIS or Money Gram Our clients call back because we offer a valuable service! On an average day, 95% of our calls are from current clients. entertainment 18+
How to Read the Magician Card | Tarot Cards
 
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Unlock the mysteries of Tarot: The Complete Guide to the Tarot: http://amzn.to/1Pj0Div The Tarot Bible: The Definitive Guide to the Cards: http://amzn.to/1LlxTzz Chakra Wisdom Oracle Cards: http://amzn.to/1hrj3zE The Essential Tarot Kit: Book and Card Set: http://amzn.to/1ZdkUu5 The Rider Tarot Deck Cards: http://amzn.to/1OmCOXQ Watch more How to Read Tarot Cards videos: http://www.howcast.com/videos/515609-How-to-Read-the-Magician-Card-Tarot-Cards Hello. I'm Ellen Goldberg and I welcome you to this Taro Moment with the School of Oracles. In this segment, we can learn a little bit about the magician. The magician is the first card of the number series. We've already talked about the full which is the zero and as you know, the zero is everywhere. But the number one who's name in numbers is initiation is the first. And of course, this is a very important position so that the person who is on this card is very important character in our own taro journey. This is Mercury, Hermes, the three times great. Hermes Tres Majestis, he who is the one that the entire Hermetic tradition is named for, he who was the initiator, priest, king, and bringer of good unto each and often called also the Scribe of Saturn and giver of each of its 48 books of knowledge including astronomy, astrology, medicine, architecture, mathematics, medicine, you name it. It was said to have come through Hermes-Mercury Tres Majestis. The Hebrew letter that goes with this particular card is called Bet, and Bet means house and it refers back to the time in each of when building was a sacred art practiced by the priest under the jurisdiction of the priest. But also, our home, our body, this is the place we operate from. His intelligence is called the transparent intelligence or I should really make that clear, that the intelligence of Bet, given to it by the oldest book of the Coballa, the Zephyr gets it, uh, the Book of Formation. It gave the each of the letters, and as you know each of the letters and forms so much what the nature or kind of card would mean and that the power that it carries, it gave to Bet, the very appropriate title of the transparent intelligence. He is in an octipal position, a Mudra, with one arm raised and one are holding a magic wand, but the real magic wand is the finger that he points downwards because he's transparent and that energy comes right through him. He is bringing the energy from above to below. The primary Hermetic action of this tradition is as above, so below. We are a microcasm of the macrocasm and when we unite the macrocasm with the microcasm that is ourself, why that's the completion of the great work of self realization. You'll notice that the above the magician there are roses, and below him is he points with that finger of Jupiter, there are both roses and lilies. And this indicate symbolically in the taro that he has brought so much marvelous energy through him that he brings down not only the roses but creates something even richer and more beautiful. On the table before him, you'll see the symbols of the four suits of the taro, there's a wand, a cup, a sword and a pentacle and he is ready to work. The table is sometimes referred to as the Field of Attention. And one of the greatest lessons that we can learn by meditating on this card is that of concentration. In fact meditating on this card will help your power of choice and power of concentration. Tom Berg says about the magician, "He who finds the silence in the power of concentration without effort is never alone." The forces from heaven, the forces from on high are there supporting him from then on. And that is true about this card, this develops concentration without effort. The magician is totally focused on what he was doing but he's relaxed. When this card comes in it's upper polarity, it has to do with the power of concentration with making good, skillful choices with directing energy from above to below. When it's in its lower polarity, hmm, then the tricks that's part of Mercury comes to the forward. In fact, this card when it's given the rulership is ruled by the planet Mercury. Yes, on the lower polarity is plenty tricky. It also could be scattered forces or confusion, or the inability to make a choice. Enjoy it, take the pose, feel what it's like to pull energy down. Use this card to develop your own skill. He's our guide through the rest of the whole journey.
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Intro to Tarot Lesson 8: The Minor Arcana Suit of Pentacles
 
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A quick and concise intro to the suit of Pentacles...a suit of Earth, being grounded...in the realm of career and money and good health...watch my video for some insight into this aspect of the Tarot. What role does this suit play in your life? Do you have enough? Too much? Please feel free to comment!
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How to Read the Twos | Tarot Cards
 
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Unlock the mysteries of Tarot: The Complete Guide to the Tarot: http://amzn.to/1Pj0Div The Tarot Bible: The Definitive Guide to the Cards: http://amzn.to/1LlxTzz Chakra Wisdom Oracle Cards: http://amzn.to/1hrj3zE The Essential Tarot Kit: Book and Card Set: http://amzn.to/1ZdkUu5 The Rider Tarot Deck Cards: http://amzn.to/1OmCOXQ Watch more How to Read Tarot Cards videos: http://www.howcast.com/videos/515631-How-to-Read-the-Twos-Tarot-Cards Hello, I'm Ellen Goldberg and I welcome you to a Tarot Moment from the School of Oracles. In this segment we're going to take a brief overview of the Twos of all the four suits of the Minor Arcana. The Twos belong, or are associated with, Sephira Chokmah, the second Sephira Chokmah on the Tree of Life. Because the Aces are such pure essences they have to not actually manifest in events in life, they're more overviews of giant principles. The Twos are the first time that each of the suits are going to show themselves in a life situation. The name of the number Two is duplication and it comes from the old root meaning to fold so that something exactly replicates each other. The Twos are the first time that the suit is reflected back to the Godhead and so all the Twos are a card of harmony and all the Twos are the element in their purest form and highest form. The Two of Wands is called the Lord of Dominion. It has an astrological attribution as every one of the small cards does, except the Aces which are the elements themselves. The Two of Wands is Mars in Aries. What a way to start the Minor Arcana! A fiery suit of Wands with a fiery planet in the fiery sign of the Zodiac and its name is the Lord of Dominion. You see here a man at the top of the world standing on the roof of his castle with the world in his hands surveying a vast amount of land that he oversees. When we see what the Wands would like to show us in their highest form is that they would like us to have a sense of self, pride and authority. This is what the Wands want to give us just like this card. On a higher polarity it is happy dominion, peace between ruler and ruled, a sense of self-respect and self control and treating each creature that you come upon as something special onto itself. On the lower polarity it's not happy polarity, it's ruthlessness, it's poor management, no self-control. Therefore, see that this man has achieved this through spiritual means. Notice the standard on his castle parapet. It's roses and lilies and a cross. This is no ordinary man, this is a Knight of the Rose Cross. The Two of Cups is called the Lord of Love, the highest form of the element of water, is to love and be receptive. Astrologically, it is the planet Venus in the sign of Cancer. Cancer is the most receptive of all the signs in the Zodiac and Venus is, of course, love incarnate. Here we see two people equally sharing back and forth with each other. This can be a love between two people of the same sex or the opposite sex, or it can be a love just inside yourself between your own inner masculine and feminine, because everybody has the other half of their soul inside. Every man has an anima, the female part of his soul. Every woman has an animus, the male part of her soul. And that intermarriage is the marriage, the alchemical marriage, and that's what's taking place here. You see the Lion who is the symbol of the raising of the Red Lion. You see that this is an alchemical card, even more than Outer Love. On the higher polarity, this card is love, cooperation, marriage, friendship, real sharing. On the lower polarity it's disunion or perhaps using a relationship simply to avoid loneliness but not because of the real value of the relationship to yourself. There's advice with this card on the lower polarity; get into relationship with yourself. The Two of Swords, the Lord of Peace restored, this card shows us a woman who reminds us of Agile of the Justice card. She is poised and seeing with a blindfold that she has on. It doesn't mean that she is blind, it means that she is looking with interior vision. The tides are low, the rocks show. You can navigate very well here because you're not going to be tripped up by the unseen because she's looking inward. Its astrological attribution is the Moon in Libra. The yearning for harmony, for quietness, for peace. In [inaudible 00:05:26], the Swords are a mental suit, therefore this is a sign of inner peace, the truce that is taking place and it is very good upper polarity meaning. It's mostly the truce within yourself. When you get this card in a reading think inner peace, truth, looking for that truth within and being able to be stilled and go about your activities in a poised way. In the lower polarity there's vacillation, confusion, looking for your truth i
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History of Tarot | Tarot Cards
 
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Unlock the mysteries of Tarot: The Complete Guide to the Tarot: http://amzn.to/1Pj0Div The Tarot Bible: The Definitive Guide to the Cards: http://amzn.to/1LlxTzz Chakra Wisdom Oracle Cards: http://amzn.to/1hrj3zE The Essential Tarot Kit: Book and Card Set: http://amzn.to/1ZdkUu5 The Rider Tarot Deck Cards: http://amzn.to/1OmCOXQ Watch more How to Read Tarot Cards videos: http://www.howcast.com/videos/515593-History-of-Tarot-Tarot-Cards Hello. I'm Ellen Goldberg and welcome to a Tarot Moment from the School of Oracles. In this segment we are going to introduce the tarot. What are tarot cards? Well, you might think they are simply a deck of cards, but they are much more than that. The tarot is actually...a book of wisdom that's disguised as a pack of cards. There are 78 cards in all they are divided into 2 groups, the major arcanna, arcanna means secrets, and the minor arcanna. These major and minor secrets will be covered in many of the segments that we are doing in this series. The tarot, the origins are really shrouded in mysteries. There are many theories about where they come from. What we do know is that they are an oracle and that they can tell you so many things about yourself, about life, about the deep meaning of things, and reflect yourself back to yourself. Well, the tarot is like having a sage as a wise friend, right in your own pocket...It's to be respected and not used simply for fortune telling because it doesn't really enjoy that aspect of itself. It will communicate, I think, on almost any subject, but it prefers to be used for questions dealing with your own personal process, your spiritual advancement. When I teach my students to use the tarot, the first question we learn, which can be used over and over on a daily basis is "Tell me, what should I know about myself, right now?" The tarot loves to reflect yourself back to yourself so that you can know yourself and you can always know how to comeback to your center, how to find your best self, how to take your next step in growth. Many scholars say that the tarot first appeared around the time of the Renaissance in Italy, and surly the first decks that we have come from around that time. Maybe things like the invention of the printing press, then the availability that made of paper products to the masses, certainly had an influence on the tarot. As well as the Renaissance proclivity for creating systems that synthesized all existing knowledge that existed, they did this quite a bit. So the tarot is an example of that. In fact, the tarot is a compendium of the entire western mystery tradition. The tarot is like a great river into which the streams of cabala, astrology, hermetic philosophy, alchemy...even neo-plutonic philosophy, all of these have flowed into the tarot and are part and parcel of it. One of the reasons that I ejnoy reading with the rider wait deck, which is the deck that we will be talking about and using as our source of images in this series, is because it was created by a hermetic magical order, The Order of the Golden Dawn in England. The order formed in the late, 1800s and lasted, I think, up until about 1920. Maybe it was 1888 that was the founding, but I can't be exactly sure, but what I do know is that they based everything on cabala and tarot. And they had great systems that they help to make the tarot grow. The tarot...it may only have appeared first in Renaissance Italy, but it's roots go back far and wide, goes back to the east and the west. There's eastern tradition from India and Tantra. There is the western Judeo-Christian Egyptian and Greek tradition in here and they all flow into this simple, seemingly simple pack of cards which is really profound. The 4 armed g- mother of time and great goddess of India, kali, from whom we get our word calendar, in her 4 arms she held 4 symbols which are representative of the 4 suits in the tarot, the wands, the cups, the swords, and the pentacles. Later on, in Greece the goddess Nemesis, the goddess of fate, before whom even the other gods bow down, she, too, carried these same symbols in her hands. And, of course, they were sacred to Mercury, who gives his name as Hermes, the Greek name for Mercury, to the entire hermetic tradition. Tarot is part and parcel of the hermetic tradition and it's still growing, still alive. The tarot an example that magic is alive and well. The other oracles that we know and love, say the etching. The rune stones, they date from about 1200 to 1500 years before Christ. Palmistry, my other great love in my life, and astrology they go back much further, and they might go back to 3000 to 5000 years before Christ. So you can imagine what a Johnny-come-lately tarot is, coming right around the time of the R
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