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Thank you so very much Michelle for the free readings you provide. I will consult them often and I will always encourage others to do the same.
All the Major cards are characters from Celtic Mythology, much of which is not commonly known to people (like myself) with only a very average knowledge of the subject. I must therefore confine myself to commenting on the artwork and energy of the cards rather than the characters they represent. Any similarity in trade names is coincidental only: we are not licensed by, endorsed by, or in any other way connected with Rider-Waite, The Chariot is another ethereally lovely card. The Charioteer hold a bolt of lightening, symbol of his power over his galloping steeds. They appear to have one body that branches into two front ends. One horse is purple, the other blue, their manes are entwined, in a delicate interlaced pattern sprinkled with stars. The Charioteer wears colours of blue, green and gold, representing Mercy and Strength.Compare the Future and Outcomes cards (Cards 4 and 10). How are the events of the near future contributing or influencing the overall outcome? Will the querent need to manage these events in a particular way to create the right outcomes? Again, refer to the Advice card (Card 7) for more detail. Outcome - This card is meant to be a summary of all the previous cards. Given all that is happening, what is the likely resolution of this event? Should you find a card here that does not have a favorable outcome, you can analyze the remainder of the spread to find another course of action. The Celtic Cross Tarot Spread is one of the most well-known and widely used tarot spreads to this day. This layout is so well known that even tarot beginners must have probably heard of this spread.
I’m assured today of Success and Happiness that I will attain at the end of my quest and that was exactly what I came here to find out. But remembering every quest in life has its difficulties but the pain you must go through to reach your goals and make them reality are nothing compared to finally finding success and contentment in your life.
Like the majors, the minor arcana are also re-named and are known as the Story Cards. The changes are more complicated here than with the majors. Each number card takes on a title based on one of the genres of the Celtic storytellers, such as auguries, dialogues, adventures and quests. This does take some time to get used to and fortunately the numbers are also printed on the bottom of the cards. Court cards take on the titles of King, Queen, Warrior and Woman. The four suits have also been re-named as Battle (Swords/Air), Skill (Wands/Fire), Art (Cups/Water) and Knowledge (Disks/Earth). The story cards depict scenes from Celtic stories and myths and do not show the emblems for each suit on the card. Within the companion book a very brief overview of the relevant story or myth is included. In the divinatory and soul-wisdom sections the meaning given seems to be closely aligned with the traditionally understood meaning of the Rider-Waite-Smith tradition. Unfortunately there often seems very little (if any) link between the assigned story and the divinatory meaning given. This becomes difficult as the illustrations on the card relate directly to the story or myth. I once had a dream and I chased my dream to another country 6,000 miles from my own. I gave up much in my old life to have another life in an exciting new place because that had always been my dream.
Create a deep and personal connection with the cards. Our tarot workbook guides you to your own unique understanding of the tarot. Learn about the 78 cards and elements. Comes with a tarot journal, spread compendium, and reference sheets. The witch goddess Cerridwen is the focus of devotion and reverence among witches and Pagans around the world. This book traces Cerridwen's roots through layers of history and myth, and it provides hands-on exercises and visionary rites to help you realize her immeasurable power in your own magical practice. By using the power from both the earth and the spirits, you can get a better vision of the future and receive a guide to solve the problems that will come. How does it work?Mistakes That Are Causing You to Waste Money on Skin-Care Serums, According to an Esthetician Skin-Care Tips Compare the Above and Outcome cards (Cards 5 and 10). Again, is there alignment between what the querent wants to happen and what will happen? Is the querent helping or hindering the situation? If you find that Cards 5 and 10 are opposing, then the querent will need to think carefully about how to create the outcomes they want. Look to the Advice card (Card 7) for more guidance.