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  • Symbolism and Tarot Card Meanings of The Fool
    Symbolism and Tarot Card Meanings of The Fool
    Tarot cards consist of symbols, images, colors, elements, numbers, astrology signs and archetypes, which give guidance and insight in understanding our minds and ourselves. Some people linked tarot symbols to pagan beliefs and even to negative and dark sides because of its rich history, which begins in the 15th century. There are two types of tarot symbols - the Major Arcana and the Minor Arcana. Major Arcana replicates the principle events in our lives while the Minor Arcana is based on experiences, situations and the path in the future. It is not easy to understand how the tarot exactly works or how it is possible to pinpoint the events in our lives. Tarot symbols work on our intuitive side and psychic abilities, which are difficult to comprehend by our intellectual side. Tarot Card Meanings Of The Fool In terms of tarot symbolism, the Fool Tarot Card is one of the most significant. As the first card of the Major Arcana, the Fool serves as a symbolic illustration of our beginning stage of development in our journeys through life. He characterizes the child found within us and he is the hero in the Tarot story. When the Fool appears in a tarot reading, he represents the soul which needs to grow within us. He is the seeker, constantly striving to reach new levels of enlightenment. His is there to remind us that in order too attain knowledge, we must stay true to our heart and follow our own path to wherever it may lead us. Tarot Symbolism of Zero. The Fool is the only tarot card associated with zero. The Fool's numerical association with zero has tremendous symbolic significance. Zero represents consciousness and, in this regard, it is the conscious state of being present without the influence of the ego. This is the first stage of development in which one can become aware of their own self, separate from their mother and separate from pure unconscious existence. This is the stage in which there is nothing but simple presence. It is the act of simply being. In Tarot reading, the number…
  • Understanding The Four Suits of the Tarot Deck
    Understanding The Four Suits of the Tarot Deck
    The tarot deck of cards, usually 78 in number, is divided into two separate categories, the major and the minor arcana (arcana from the Latin meaning of closed or secret). There are 21 individual cards, referred to as trumps, and the fool card in the major arcana. The minor arcana have 56 cards consisting of 10 cards numbered from Ace to ten in four different suits. In a traditional tarot deck of cards, the suits include batons, wands, rods, or staves; cups, swords, and coins, disks, or pentacles. In addition, there are four court cards, or face cards, in a tarot deck, including the page or knave, queen, knight and king in each of the same four suits. The four suits to the tarot deck are the wands, cups, pentacles and Swords. Each Suit corresponds to a particular element: Fire, Water, Earth and Air. They also correspond to the different seasons of the year: Spring, Summer, Fall and Winter. Tarot Card Meanings of the SUIT OF WANDS in a Tarot Reading The Suit of Wands is the suit of action and direction. It is a creative suit and often reflects the imaginative and resourceful components to our natures. The element is fire. Fire is associated with passion, creativity, and spirituality. The suit of wands also is associated with the career. The wands indicate a time to look at your options, evaluate and then move forward with force. Wands, in general, tend to be warm and enthusiastic. They value tradition and want their environment to be harmonious. Their tarot card meanings also can include issues of sexuality and fertility. In a love tarot reading, the wands represent the sex drive, love intentions and a call to action or initiation. However, they can also represent loss of interest, infidelity, and a low sex drive. These are powerful cards when associated with love tarot. They can offer tremendous insight into the nature of someone's relationship or relationships to come. Tarot Card Meanings of the SUIT OF CUPS in a Tarot Reading This suit is remarkable in its ability to give insight into the…
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