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A Beginner's Look Into the Major Arcana of the Tarot Card Deck

Published
13 Jul
2020

Every tarot deck is made up of 2 parts. 

One is the Minor Arcana (56 cards), and the other is the Major Arcana (22 cards). Each Major Arcana card represents something on its own.

Here's a quick overview of the major takeaways from each of these 22 cards.

The Meanings Behind the 22 Major Arcana Cards

These cards tell a story through their archetypes who represent stages within the human journey. While reading tarot cards, remember that there are "upright" or positive implications, and a "reversed" or negative implications. Upright and reversed may not always be negative or positive. A qualified Tarot card reader will be able to tell the card's meaning. 

Let's take a look at each one individually.

The Fool

The fool is a free spirit. On the reverse, it also symbolizes naivety and carelessness. 

Takeaway: willingly embrace new beginnings.

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An Introduction to the Suit of Cups

Published
02 Jul
2020

People have been using tarot to get accurate psychic readings since the 1700s. This science looks like it's here to stay, too, since the psychic industry is expected to grow to $2.4 billion in the coming years.

If you want to learn more about yourself, your fate, and your future, you likely are interested in getting a tarot reading. However, before this can happen, it's important that you know all about the deck that psychics use to see your fortunes. Here, we're going to tell you all about the Suit of Cups and what it can tell you about yourself, so read on for more information on what it means when you're drawn to this suit!

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A Complete Guide to the Suit of Wands

Published
30 Jun
2020

A Complete Guide to the Suit of Wands

Picture the scene: a psychic is giving you a tarot reading and all the cards are drawn from the Suit of Wands. What does this mean for you? Should you be happy, sad, nervous?

Unlike the major arcana, the Suit of Wands is a minor arcana. This means that, like a suit of playing cards, there are several different cards from the suit. Each of these can have different meanings and interpretations. Yet there are some common meanings behind all the cards from the Suit of Wands.

Ready to find out what the Suit of Wands means for your reading? Then please, read on and find out!

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Youtube Tarot Card Series: The Fours of the Minor Arcana

Published
17 Jul
2018

 

 

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An example Three Card Tarot Spread with Reversed Positions

Published
06 May
2018

When doing a Tarot card spread, the psychic reader can choose to keep the cards in an upright position or translate the cards with the upwards and reversed positions. The upright positions represent the positive aspect of the card. The reversed positions represent the negative aspects of the card. The choice of reading style is up to the psychic reader. The reader may choose to just do the positive aspect depending on the client and their question or issue.

In this photo, this is how the cards would look to the client. The reversed card is the middle card, the IIIV of Swords. We will go over the positive and negative aspects of each card in upcoming posts.

This photo is of a very basic three card spread and is NOT a psychic reading. It is NOT targeted toward anyone specific. This photo is for example purposes only.
The Tarot Card deck shown is the Rider-Waite Tarot Card Deck.

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Tarot Cards and their meanings blog series

Published
01 May
2018

Over the next couple months we are going to be featuring Tarot Cards and how to translate their meanings. Tarot cards have been used for thousands of years to help predict the future. A Tarot card deck consists of 78 cards in two categories all shuffled together. The two categories are the Major Arcana and Minor Arcana. The Major Arcana tends to deal with major life changes. The Minor Arcana tend to deal with day to day life.

There are many ways for psychic readers to do a Tarot Card spread. A spread is how the psychic reader lays out the cards after shuffling them. Popular spreads are the Celtic Cross and 3 card spread are very common. The reader may also choose a spread that focuses on planets, astrology, relationships or fortune. It is up to the reader and the type of question the client has to decide which spread is best for the reading.

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Clairvoyance, psychic mediumship and Tarot card readings explained

Published
29 Mar
2018

 

 

We wanted to clear up some psychic terms. When our clients are educated on the different types of psychic readers, they make better choices in selecting a reader. This means the client gets a reading that is relevant to what they need from a reading. We specifically look for clairvoyant psychic readers, psychic mediums readers and clairvoyant readers who can use Tarot cards.

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.

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The Right Relationship

Published
01 Apr
2014

Are you in the right relationship? That tingly feeling you get in the pit of your stomach is just great. However, there are also concrete ways to tell if your relationship is right for you. Ask yourself the following questions in order to help decide if your love relationship is on the right track.

Do you miss your partner when they are not with you? If you never think of them when they are gone, it may be a sign that you are not that emotionally invested in them.

Do family and friends think the relationship is a good idea? Family and friends are often very objective in their view of your relationship. If the other loves in your life do not approve, it may be a big red flag.

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Tarot Card Reading or Clairvoyant Reading? Which should you choose?

Published
21 Mar
2014

Many clients ask if they should choose a Tarot Card psychic reader or a psychic who is strictly clairvoyant. There are reasons for both and certainly client preferences are important. Both Tarot card readers and clairvoyant psychic readers are accurate. It depends on a couple of factors which is right for the client. Also, we encourage our clients not to rule out a psychic by whether or not he or she uses Tarot. The accuracy of the phone reading depends on the energy between the client and phone psychic.

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