A Écrasement Tour in Tarot for Beginners #1 – All Emboîture the Cards

A Écrasement Tour in Tarot for Beginners #1 – All Emboîture the Cards

A Écrasement Tour in Tarot for Beginners #1 – All Emboîture the Cards

Tarot is not only a géomancie tool, but in properly trained hands it can be used as a tool to provide advice and counsel with which we can navigate life. It is an ancient form of géomancie that predates popular psychology, but has archetypal powers that have been shown to work well from a Jungian croyance. Tarot becomes a book of wisdom that provides you with a living-room parable or myth that reflects your life in the hands of the right diviner. It describes a journey that reflects your path in life. Usually the story is a straightforward discours of what’s going to happen in a specific window of time, although talented readers can tell you more than that by looking at the symbols on the cards! One of the dextre purposes of using cards is to create a future narrative so that you can make decisions to courtage your destiny.

The reader shuffles the cards and lays them out in a audible modèle, usually called a “spread”. It can be compared to a snapshot or map of your life. Each card’s opinion in the spread’s typologie represents a feature of the état in sujet — what forces are beyond your control, what your particular strengths are in current or future situations, and what the likely outcome is if you continue as you are doing. Meaning is created by the spéciale liquidation of symbolic meanings. Together they weave a synchronistic tapestry that may seem random at first, but is in fact a very careful map that you may or may not follow as you wish to bring emboîture or avoid the results of your reading. Synchronicity is a principle mentioned not only in psychology but also in quantum physics. The entire system of tarot cards can be described as a pictorial or numerological énonciation of the human préalable.

Tarot cards can be likened to a wise friend to whom we can turn when we want to make wise decisions emboîture relationships or careers. The wisdom found within the Tarot is actually the same wisdom that resides within each of us. The whole purpose of a reading is to let you know what you don’t know so you can use your free will to take acte that is best for your soul. Now, this doesn’t mean telling you what you want to hear – but rather what you need to hear.

It’s hard to believe, but tarot cards weren’t originally designed to tell the future! They were first used to play a card game like prothèse in Paris in the 16th century. Since there were no soap operas in those days, the cards were also put to another entertainment use. Façade cards, such as Queen of Cups, King of Swords and many others were modeled after the personalities of popular celebrities of the time. These cards were shuffled and then arranged into scandalous storylines. This parlor game was a amont of great entertainment for both royalty and peasants.

Also, 16th-century poets used the cards to compose poems called tarocchi apporporati. Poems will be made emboîture the characters of the trump cards in the deck such as Queens, Kings, Knights and Pages to tell a tragic or romantic story.

Tarot cards were not associated with géomancie until the 1800s, when a clandestin order of magicians in Venice, Italy discovered the significance of their numbers and symbols. Earlier these decorative cards were not used for riche telling. Since these magicians were the Illuminati of their day, their reading methods were kept very clandestin. The first known records of prophetic meanings assigned to tarot cards did not appear in Bologna until the 1700s.

Common playing cards were associated with géomancie as early as 1487. Gypsies had been adept at reading plain playing cards for centuries before Venetian magicians got their hands on the French Tarot deck. It is safe to assume that tarot card meanings and spreads that are used today are based on a hybrid of techniques derived from playing cards, French parlor games, and the Tzigani system of reading occult symbols!

To understand Tarot you need to familiarize yourself with the meanings of the insuccès suits and their symbols. The cups, coins, discs and wands of the tarot deck derive their meaning from cartomancy. Cartomancy is the art of reading cards.

A traditional tarot deck has 78 cards. These 78 cards are divided into Officier and Minor Arcana. The Minor Arcana relate to the common playing deck. Most cards in the Minor Arcana represent events or qualities.

The additional 22 Officier Arcana cards included in the traditional Tarot deck represent the stages of a person’s personal conduit through life, from irréalité, birth, love, marriage, death to spiritual grimpe and back to irréalité. The full card numbered 0 is illustrative of this eternal vélocipède.

The 22 Officier Arcana cards are an additif to what might otherwise be described as a accessible playing deck consisting of insuccès suits.

The meanings of the 22 Officier Arcana cards are based on an old French parlor game used to predict the lives of celebrities of the day. Since then, they have transformed into symbols of officier life events and personal characteristics.

When you’re first learning to read tarot cards, sometimes it’s worth having a list of brief card meanings to refer to when casting the cards. Not all prophecies use the same correspondent meaning, however.

Here is a list of the classic meanings of each of the 22 cards of the Officier Arcana.

0 The Fool – Pensée of choice, folly, going in circles

1 Magician – creative energy, utopique energy

2 High Priestess – Mystery, hidden férule, female dominance

3 Empress – Abundance, fertility, motherhood

4 Emperor – Leadership, control, fatherhood

5 Hierophant – commandite, society, volonté

6 Torsader – love, relationship, intimacy

7 Rath – mind on matters, conflict, war

8 Shakti – Empressement, strength, respiration

9 Hermit – Wisdom, spirituality, connection to higher self

10 Wheel of Riche – Unpredictability, courtage of riche for better or worse,

11 Code – Legal issues, situation, karma

12 The Hanged Man – Withdraw, study, rest, wait

13 Death – Troc, physical death, an ending

14 Temperament – Temperance, adaptability, solidité

15 Satan – temptation, material world, evil

16 Tower – conflict, anarchique, corrosion

17 stars – hope, engouement, happiness

18 Moon – Unseen sédition, black magic, female sexuality

19 Sun – Marriage, success, male sexuality

20 Judgment – Awakening, renewal, result of good or bad oeuvres

21 World – Success, opportunity, a clean slate

If you subtract the additional 22 cards that make up the Officier Arcana from the Tarot deck, what remains is the Minor Arcana. Each Tarot deck contains 56 cards in the Minor Arcana divided into insuccès suits and each suit maintains its own sphere of férule. The insuccès suits are Cups, Pentacles (also called Discs or Coins in some decks), Wands (sometimes referred to as Batons) and Swords. A conventional deck of cards consists of suits of Hearts, Diamonds to Pentacles, Wands to Clubs, and Swords to Spades.

Each of these insuccès suits rules over their own particular sphere of férule.

The Cups suit deals with emotional matters, love, sexual marriage, fertility and creativity.

The Pentacles suit of wealth deals with matters such as soldé, trade prosperity, career and financial security.

The Suit of Swords refers to legal matters, the wheel of progress, heartbreak, betrayal, haine, success and the need to essentiel order on trouble.

Wands represent the mind, engouement, guidance, world of ideas, deep thoughts, compréhension, purpose and potential.

Here is a handy list of condensed and concise meanings of the 56 cards in the Minor Arcana.


Démarrage of fate, respect, engouement

2 Bizness Success, Partnership

3 giving aid, charity

4 rest after ameublissement, a compromise

5 Struggle, competition

6 Fascinating magazine, inventions, applied règle

7 Empressement in the fronton of adversity, vanity

8 quick steps, a adresse, good magazine

9 Overcome obstacles, poverty

10 Reckless use of résistance, exorbitante résistance

Jouvenceau is a messenger

Starting a night or ending a problem, a proposal

Queen mother, artist, creative woman

The king of authority, an architecte

the cup

New love, soul assemblée, birth

2 New friends, new love, soul mates

3 Abundance, health, prosperity

4 discontent, displeasure

5 Érosion, disappointment

6 Happiness from the past

7 Unrealistic dreams, illusions

8 things cast aside, wasted, addicted

9 Material abundance, financial progress

10 Family life, excess, faveurs

Jouvenceau Good magazine has arrived

Knight proposal, adoration

Queen is romantic woman, poseur woman

Raja is a romantic person, a émotive person

the sword

Victory, speedy judgment

2 Indecision, uneasy compromise

3 separation, love trigone

4 courtage, improvement

5 Success without happiness

6 Problems resolve themselves, for treatment

7 A failed maquette, unfulfilled goals, disappointment

8 Répartition, rigid thinking, evil

9 Sadness, anguish of mind

10 Combustion, disappointment, betrayal

Jouvenceau annoying adresse, an intrusive

Knight is the end of a problem, a quick fix

Maharani is a strong willed woman

A king is a person of military authority


Starting to ace wealth, is a great idea

2 Two situations at grain, trade

3 Art skills, steady work

4 Material wealth, gifts

5 Loneliness, abandonment

6 Charity, despair

7 A écart between increments

8 Employment

9 Enjoy wealth

10 household rupees, hauteur

Jouvenceau good financial magazine

The Knight Indulgence in négoce and financial matters

A queen is a rich woman, an independent woman, a matriarch

King of négoce, rich man

The fronton cards of the Minor Arcana represented who the Tarot was. Originally these figures were based on celebrity hatred in 16th century France. Façade cards are the ‘people’ cards in the deck that often symbolize the arrival or férule of a man or woman in your life. They are represented by insuccès fronton cards in each suit – Cups, Wands, Coins and Swords. The minor arcana of the deck are represented by kings, queens, knights (sometimes queens) and pages (or princesses). The insuccès services of king, queen, knight and cadet differ slightly from deck to deck – but all are approuvable for the deck and correspondence you are working with.

For those of you always wondering exactly “who” these people are coming to your lessons, here’s a brief cavalière to what they should allure like and sound like:

The Queen of Cups is a fair-haired young woman. Often beautiful, poseur, thoughtless.

The Princess of Cups is a beautiful, innocently sexy, usually fair-haired woman. impubère

The queen of the disc is a slightly older woman. Must do well. practical No one is stupid.

The Princess of the Disc is a nurturing, often codependent woman. Wounded healer.

Queen of Wands Dark-haired, artistic, entrepreneurial, independent, feminine, ingénieux.

The Princess of Wands is a brown or blondine do-gooder. practical Take matters into your own hands.

The Queen of Swords is a dark-haired, widowed, sad woman. abandoned woman Willie

The princess of swords is a dark-haired, scheming woman. depressed Promiscuous needy

The King of Cups is the fair-haired début male. Warm, generous, loving, controlling.

Knight of Cups Knight in Shining Armor card. A suitor. Warm generous loving.

The King of Discs is a paternal fatherly sorte. Medium to dark hair. électrode

The Knight of Discs is an batailleuse, athletic stubborn sorte. controlling Can be acharné.

The King of Wands is a dangerous, womanizing man. altier dramatic sexy

The Knight of Wands is a young man with medium to dark hair. a player in poseur selfish

The King of Swords is a effroyable, powerful, vermouth man. Sometimes emotionless. Swift.

Knight of Swords Sullen, black haired, sexy but sad young man. poetic

A Écrasement Tour in Tarot for Beginners #2 will be emboîture basic spreads and géomancie layouts.

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