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Major Arcana – The Emperor

April 16, 2019, 6:18 PM

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Major Arcana The Emperor

 

By: Nikki Savage

 

We are just leaving the arms of the Empress along our way through the Major Arcana, where we learned the capacity to hold creation and nurture its growth.  We discovered abundance but also learn we cannot hoard it if we truly want to grow and prosper.  We cannot have our experience if we stay in our mother’s embrace but we do need to come home to her and feel it from time to time.

 

Of course the mother only feels safe letting her still foolish young magician, the one who is just learning to read the stars and hear the moon.  Of course she can only give over this young traveler to the trusted hands of the father of the tarot, the Emperor.  He still offers the nurture of a parent.  The mother teaches with her abundant love, one that is always available with the soul is impoverished.  But she knows we cannot overstay or else miss our chance to discover who we are.  When we come to stand before the Emperor, it is time to understand our own authority in our lives.

 

The Celtic Wisdom tarot knows the Emperor as the Keeper of Harmony and depicts the Teutatis, the Ruler of the People.  It is a card of leadership.  The sort that inspires confidence.  The Ogham tree associated with this card is Bramble.  And much like a good leader, Bramble thrives on any terrain and holds the space it occupies.

 

In the Wild Unknown,  the Emperor is a tree in shadow against the light of the sun.   We no longer need to seek the light within, the Empress taught us how we can tap into that when we do.  The Emperor asks us to see by the light of day and forge a clear vision of where we stand and how we wish to grow.  As a father, he also teaches us the importance of leading in a way that is harmonious.  The father knows his family is strongest when they work together.

 

When the Emperor arrives at our door, he would like us to move confidently along our path. To move with purpose and to inspire others to do the same.  His lesson is to trust your own authority in the situation or if we feel we may have be abusing or misusing it, then we must seek to remember its origin within us.  When we own ourselves fully and honestly and trust in our own power, we will find a sureness of step that will have us ready to walk our walk through the world.

 

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Major Arcana – The Lovers

April 9, 2019, 4:20 PM

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By: Nikki Savage


We continue to make our way through the archetypes of the Major Arcana.  We have moved from learning the language to learning to use our own voices.  We have formed a budding idea of who we are now and who we aspire to be.  Here we begin to put ourselves out in the world.  If we are true to our source of divinity and authority, our natural expression is one of love.  And so of course, here we meet love in all the ways it is expressed in the world.  Here we learn how to relate.  We also learn our way with desire and how to discern if what we desire is fleeting or lasting.  If what we desire is true.

 

Here we are met by the Lovers of the tarot.  We leave the home, knowing ourselves and begin to move towards building a home of our own. At this point in the story the fool has some self knowledge and has learned from the stories of how the structures of this world came to be.  We know how to contemplate matters and understand there is a higher truth above our singular experience.  And now we set out to gain new experience and learn how we relate to others. How we move with others who are on their own journeys.  And we begin to learn what pulls at us.  What we are attracted to.  And we begin to develop relationships that offer us opportunities to glimpse ourselves in a new light.  We learn to test our new found desires against the Truth of who we are.

 

The Celtic Wisdom tarot calls this card the Lover of Devotion.  The Lover is associated with the Rowan tree in the Celtic Ogham alphabet.  The Rowan is a symbol of protection against tricks and illusions and staying true to ourselves.  The Wild Unknown shows a pair of Canadian geese, who mate for life, in harmonious and joyful flight.

 

The Lovers card may be a cue to look for love and romance in our lives.   It could also be asking us to make sure we are not led by false desires.  It always asks us to stay true to that highest love and seek harmony in the situation.  The Lovers remind us there is always love available.  Sometimes we may need to look for it.

 

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Major Arcana – Empress III

April 1, 2019, 7:39 PM

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By: Nikki Savage


As we continue our journey through the Major Arcana, we have met the world with innocent eyes, too open to carry fear.  As fools, we were introduced to the elements that move through the universe.  We begin to understand its ways. Then we begin then to learn how we can be a force of our own.  We are ready to begin down a chosen path.  We learn of our own will as Magicians.  And no sooner than we begin down a path with purpose in the world, we realize that the elements don’t always lend us a hand.  Enter the High Priestess to teach us to pause and remember our interior world. To listen to the universe speaking through our intuition.  We learn to balance our energy equally to the outer, active life and the inner, contemplative life.

 

Now that the balance of our projective and reflective (masculine/feminine) nature is understood we are welcomed by the mother of the tarot, the Empress.  We are given the nurturing mamma love, the fertile ground to continue to create our way through this life.  Once we understand our dual nature, we must understand how to own all that it can encompass.  She offers us the grace we need to do that work.

 

In the Celtic Wisdom tarot she is named the Shaper of Growth who offers us her abundance and teaches us how to properly accept it.  The Ogham tree associated with the Shaper is the Hawthorn, a harbinger of spring and rebirth.  Medicinally, Hawthorn berries have been used to strengthen the heart.  Much like a mother’s love.

 

The Wild Unknown shows a tree light and colorful against a dark night.  The mother holds the space for creation.  She is always there to root into when we need to be held ourselves.  The illuminated tree may be a reminder that we need to pay her a visit if we need the grace of light on an otherwise dark night.

 

 

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Tarot Birthday Correspondences

January 25, 2016, 9:58 AM

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By: J Nighteagle

 

 

 

The Major Arcana:

 

The Major Arcana of the tarot are all of those cards with big, fancy titles. The Emperor, Death, The Tower, the Sun, Temperance,   etc; all fall into the same category. There are 22 Major Arcana cards, and each one corresponds either to an element, a planet, or a Zodiac sing.

 

It will be the Zodiac sing that we will pay particularly close attention to, at first. My sign, for example is Pisces, which corresponds with the Major Arcana card entitled – The Moon.

 

For the first card corresponding to your birthday, simply check out this list. Aries – the Emperor, Taurus – Hierophant, Gemini – The Lovers, Cancer – The Chariot, Leo – Strength, Virgo – The Hermit, Libra – Justice, Scorpio – Death, Sagittarius – Temperance, Capricorn – The Devil, Aquarius – The Star, Pisces-The Moon.

 

The Minor Arcana:

 

All of the cards which are assigned numbers and objects, Such as the 4 of Pentacles or the 6 of Coup’s, fall beneath the banner of The Minor Arcana. Occultists and astrologers will regularly reference the influence of the four elements — .fire, water, air, and earth.

 

As you may have noticed, there are four different suits found in The Minor Arcana. As such, they correspond to the four elements as follows: Fire – Wands, Water – Cups, Air – Swords, Earth- Pentacles, (Known as Disks or Coins in certain tarot decks).

 

 

 

 

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Meaning Of Three Cards

December 30, 2015, 2:27 AM

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By: J Nighteagle

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MOTHER:

 

When this card appears it addresses nurturing and generative energies or experiences. It”s a card of deep and devoted sharing and caring. The card can also indicate fitfulness and a long term of tending what will grow.

 

WHEEL OF THE YEAR:

 

When this card appears it reminds us that everything moves and operates within cycles. Winter gives way to spring, spring to summer, summer to fall, and fall to winter. When The Wheel of the Year card is drawn look for patterns, both of gain and decline. Acknowledge whatever condition or situation in which you find yourself, and be in harmony with it. Understand that nothing is permanent and that existence equals change. Be part of the cycle.

 

HEARTH:

 

When this card appears it”s focus is upon the sense of home, family, and a place in the community. It reminds us of family ties and the lineage that connects past and present. At the core this card speaks of inner peace, contentment, and sanctuary. On another level the card calls to us about relationships in general, including how we take care of ourselves, for the sense of home and place begins within the inner spirit.

 

 

 

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By: Erin

 

 

 

As I’ve mentioned in a previous blog, everyday I like to pull a single card from my new tarot deck and give myself a “Daily Focus” reading. This type of reading is good for a few reasons; one it doesn’t take a lot of time so if you have a busy schedule you can do it in the amount of time it takes to brush your teeth, and two it really does help me find what I need to focus on and pay close attention to that day.

 

This morning I shuffled my deck and asked what my focus should be on, cut the cards and chose The Five of Wands.

 

As I read what the card represented I chuckled a bit knowing that Monday’s are very busy for me, especially today. I have a to-do list a mile long and as I clocked in this morning I panicked a bit wondering how I was going to get all of the tasks completed but then I thought of my daily focus card.

 

The Meaning of The Five of Wands:

 

What it represents- Feeling scattered, lack of focus, feeling lost.

 

The five of wands is a card of conflict. I may find myself scattered and distracted, tending to everything and nothing. Wands usually deal with goals so the conflict resides within. Take this card as a warning: find ways to bring calm to my mind or these problems will increase.

 

What I got from this was that I needed to take a few minutes to myself and get my mind right before starting some of my tasks. I made myself some tea, did a few jumping jacks to get my blood pumping and relieve some stress, then started with easy tasks like replying to emails etc. I know I tend to get overwhelmed easily and pulling this card today helped me see that I need to take time to myself so that I don’t…basically have a nervous breakdown. Haha.

 

These daily focus readings really help open your eyes to bigger things that might be causing you troubles in your everyday life. Take time for yourself if you feel overwhelmed. Things will get done.

 

Writing this blog is one more thing off my checklist. See, making progress.

 

 

 

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By: Erin 

 

 

 

Picking up where I left off Monday, I stated I’ve been getting familiar with the tarot and giving myself different spreads and readings to learn the cards and their meanings. Well today I gave myself a 3 card spread. 3 card spreads are great because they are simple and quick and answer questions quickly.

 

3 Card spreads cover past, present, and future possible outcome. I love using this spread when I have a question that i need a straight, simple answer for.

 

Recently I have been giving a lot of thought to making a serious life change and uprooting my life across the country. I’ve spoken to a couple of Foretell’s psychics about it and they have all given me great hope about it but today I wanted to ask the cards myself. So I did just that.

 

3 Cards, one Question; “Will moving to Colorado be a good life choice for me?”

 

I was pleased to pull the 3 cards I did because they were pretty nail on the head. I was not surprised to see the first card I pulled representing influences from the past that still affect the situation was the 5 of pentacles which represents worry and anxiety. It can mean financial hardships and fear of rejection. Two things I am very worried about moving across the country. I need to seek out meditation and find peace in these worrisome times.

 

The 2nd card I pulled representing the present was the 7 of pentacles. This card is for a period of contemplation (pretty perfect, right?). There’s a lot of uncertainty and reflecting taking place now in my life and I’m weighing out the pros and cons of staying and leaving. Reflecting on all the time I’ve spent in one place and wondering why I’m still broke when all I do is work or why I’m still single… wondering if there’s more for me somewhere different. Thinking period.

 

The last card I pulled was the Ace of Swords. I was relieved to  see this card as it represents mental clarity. The 3rd card is the future outcome card so I know that no matter what I know that I will be able to see with a new set of eyes and have a positive new outlook on life no matter where I am. All of this reflecting will make me see things in a whole new light and bring me the mental clarity I need and if I do end up in Colorado it will be where I need to be to find PEACE of mind.

 

 

 

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By: Erin

 

 

 

Recently I received a new tarot deck and I have been trying to become familiar with the cards and their meanings by giving myself daily readings. Sometimes I will give myself different spreads and do a full on reading but I have gotten into the habit of no matter how busy I am, everyday I make sure I turn to my deck and pull a “daily focus” card.

 

Everyday I get out my tarot deck and shuffle the cards and ask “What should I focus on today?” or I will ask “What is in store for me today?” and then I will cut the deck and pull the top card.

 

Today I was very happy to pull the 9 of Cups. It’s always a nice card to see as it represents bliss and harmony. The 9 of cups is known as the card that grants wishes and banishes fears and worries. Good health, happiness and possibly even material gains could be headed my way.

 

I’ll take it.

The Roots of Tarot

April 29, 2015, 4:05 AM

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By: J Nihteagle

 

 

 

DIVINATION:

 

As any Diviner worth his or her weight in salt can tell you, may be defined as an attempt to elicit information from some occult entity or some deeply hidden dimension of the mind, information often considered beyond the reach of our rationality. Such questions are usually about future events, inexplicable past disasters, things hidden from sight or distant in space, and so on. As a practice, divination has its roots in very ancient history, in Babylon and Egypt and China.

 

In the past almost anything could be, and was, used to divine by: the entrails of animals, the features of the human body, the stars, the weather, the elements, flights of birds. Sometimes the will or fate or the goddess Fortune, as the Romans named her, was discerned by casting or drawing lots, symbols or runes or alphabetical letters inscribed on bones, dice or slips of wood.

 

Each divination system worked differently, but basically each symbol was associated by tradition with a certain meaning when it showed up. This type of divination carried the Old French term sortilege, derived from the Latin sortilegium. In medieval Europe the type of sortilege available to the literate man or woman, became popular. You obtained guidance by randomly opening what you considered a book dealing with the activity of divine powers, a copy of the Bible, the Iliad or the Aeneid, perhaps with eyes closed, pricking a line of text with a needle and interpreting it as an oracle.

 

One of the Fathers of the Christian church, Saint Augustine himself, confessed to using this type of sortilege in times of crisis. Tarot cards and what we think of today as regular playing cards are not quite the same thing, although they are close cousins. The Tarot deck appeared out of the blue during the fifteenth century as a colorful variant of the standard northern- Italian playing card deck in either Milan, Ferrara, or Bologna – Tarot historians have not made up their minds as of yet.

 

One of the earliest Tarot decks, the Milanese cards, was probably introduced to France by Soldiers returning from their occupation of Milan between 1495 and 1525. The French so-called Marseilles pattern appears to have been copied from these Milanese cards, and represents what most people today regard as the conventional Tarot deck.

 

 

 

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By: Lulu Gleason

 

 

 

So we move into The Seven of Pentacles. You see a man standing with a garden tool looking over some plants with pentacles all clustered within. The man seems to be looking as if he’s truly thinking about his choices. Possibly wondering if he’s chosen the right plants or even foundation. It’s the same look farmers have when inspecting their fields. There’s always a risk in planting your dreams or aspiration and watching them progress. This card opens up possibilities and whispers that we have needs to be met.

 

Card Description: The Rider-Waite deck tends to be a bit more descriptive about the young man on the card. How he’s treasuring the plants with the pentacles clustered in them. There is an emphasis on money here. However this isn’t to say it won’t affect other aspects of your life. This card is all about the ride you’ve been on and the choices you’ve made in life.

 

Card Meaning: The Seven of Pentacles makes the suggestion to take a step back and assess your goals in life. They say everyone is on a pathway and this card comes around when reflection is needed. Ask yourself some questions like. What are my goals? Am I making my way towards them? If you find something is stopping you from reaching your aspirations then now is the time to work them out. Make the adjustments so you can meet your goals. Be sure to put the commitment into what you want out of life. Learn from your mistakes and don’t take them so hard. You’ve got the time now before your projects blossom to make any kind of adjustments. Be sure to know you will master whatever it is you apply yourself to.

 

The reverse meaning of the seven of pentacles is a bit dishearten. It’s when your limits have been found and you’re ready to give up. Disappointment and failure can be felt when this card appears in reverse. Remember those goals we spoke about in the upright position? Well when this card comes in reverse those goals are leading to nowhere. In fact they are just draining you. It could even be a possibility that you still haven’t learned from the past and this is another reason why the disappointment has returned. Take a moment and review your progression. Cut away the ties that will drag you down and keep you in some kind of failure induced coma. Break away and make your negative a positive by applying the lessons you’ve learned into the mistakes you keep making. You’ll soon see that getting away was worth it.

 

 

Key Words: Reflection, Evaluation, Starting to see some results, opening up to new strategies, at a crossroad.

 

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