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1. The Gods In Astrology
The Gods In Astrology
All of the planets in the solar system have been named after the gods of mythic antiquity. The ancients noticed, while observing the night skies, that while most of the stars did not seem to move, there were a few that did change their positions, relative to the rest of the stars and constellatio...
Education - Tue, 16 Sep 2014 20:22:42
2. Strength
Three cards in the Major Arcana were named for three of the four cardinal virtues in the early decks (Justice, Fortitude and Temperance), the fourth being Prudence, which is not in the standard tarot deck. Strength (Fortitude) is that quality of quiet determination, often needed in rough times. ...
culture-and-society - Sat, 29 May 2010 16:45:46
3. The Hierophant
The Hierophant
The Hierophant is the archetype of spiritual leadership and tradition. He is depicted differently in various culture specific decks, but the essence of the card is the same. The word hierophant is defined as an explainer of mysteries; somebody who interprets and explains obscure and mysterious m...
Culture & Society - Tue, 16 Sep 2014 20:21:29
4. The Lovers
This card has an interesting history in which more than one central concept has emerged over the years. Different decks emphasize one or another of these concepts, and the card may be read differently depending on the issue in question. As always it is up to the student or reader to make the choi...
culture-and-society - Sat, 29 May 2010 15:53:16
5. The Emperor
The Emperor is the archetype of the father, authority and order. Four is the number of stability, and as Key IV of the Major Arcana the Emperor represents stability based on structure of any kind from our social structures to the physical infrastructure that supports a country. He stands for powe...
culture-and-society - Sat, 29 May 2010 15:17:49
6. The Magician
Action without vision is pointless Vision without action is fruitlessThis image of The Magician depicts the process of taking an idea or inspiration and turning it into something tangible. It illustrates the combination of vision and action so necessary to the process of manifestation. In this ca...
culture-and-society - Sat, 29 May 2010 14:04:03
7. The Fool
I've always thought the name Fool was an unfortunate name for this card, though in the original decks he was often depicted as a homeless beggar, or a half-wit. Later he became the proverbial Court Jester, from whom the Joker in our modern card decks emerged. Court Jesters were very much the sam...
culture-and-society - Sat, 29 May 2010 13:48:23
8. The Empress
The Empress is the archetype of the Divine Mother manifest in the physical world. Whereas the High Priestess represents the potential contained within us, The Empress is the manifestation of that potential. Her symbol is the circle above the cross, symbol of the feminine principle, as shown in t...
culture-and-society - Sat, 29 May 2010 15:02:12
9. The High Priestess
In order to hear the "still small voice within" we must be silent and listen. This is the essence of The High Priestess. She represents our subconscious which records everything we see, hear and experience. She represents the voice of intuition, often ignored by the ego which speaks with more vol...
culture-and-society - Sat, 29 May 2010 14:47:36
10. Astrology and Prediction
Why do we want to know the future? Well, if you are planning a long road trip or vacation, do you watch up-coming road and weather conditions? Do you book lodging in advance? Do you pack clothing in accordance with the climate conditions at your destination and along the way? Most of us do. And,...
Entertainment - Thu, 30 Apr 2009 14:34:01
11. The Chariot
The Chariot is the archetype of the Hero riding a chariot, drawn by two horses, presumably through the streets in a Triumphal Parade. In the earliest Italian sources, it is referred to as "Il Carro" (the Chariot), or sometimes "Il Carro Triumphale" (the Triumphal Chariot). The presence of the Tri...
culture-and-society - Sat, 29 May 2010 16:30:03
12. Tarot Books Cover2Cover
Tarot Books Cover2Cover .........A Tarot Book Study Group How many Tarot books do you have on your bookshelf that you've never read completely? If you're anything like me, I'm guessing quite a lot! Come and join us at Tarot Books Cover2Cover, and we'll read them together. This group is a live...
culture-and-society - Sun, 12 Dec 2010 19:49:29
13. Death
This is a difficult card for most of us to look at and alarming to many, especially if they are not familiar with the Tarot. I begin, as most Tarot readers do, by saying that this card does not represent physical death when it appears in a spread. What it does represent is transition and transfor...
culture-and-society - Mon, 14 Jun 2010 20:40:25
14. The Hanged Man
This is an enigmatic card which has an equally enigmatic history. Originally it was titled "The Traitor" and pictured what seems to be, for a period of time, the actual practice of the punishment that befell those who were found to be traitors. Modern drawings of this card depict something quite ...
culture-and-society - Tue, 08 Jun 2010 23:26:40
15. Justice
In the early decks this card was not considered to represent anything so lofty as "cosmic justice" or Karma. It was much more mundane. As time has gone by, and the tarot cards have become more than a simple deck of playing cards, it has taken on a more spiritual and karmic meaning. On the mundane...
culture-and-society - Sat, 29 May 2010 21:13:11
16. The Wheel Of Fortune
There are three common associations with this card: fortune, referring to the goddess Fortuna, and whether or not she looks kindly on us; destiny, in the sense that our fate is largely pre-destined; and change which refers to the changes that come with repeating cycles such as the seasons in natu...
culture-and-society - Sat, 29 May 2010 17:27:23
17. The Hermit
Know ThyselfThe Hermit is the archetype of the Wise Old Man who turns his back on the frivolous pursuits of society in order to withdraw and search within himself for his own inner truth and understanding. In turn, he holds the lantern of understanding up to light the path of those who follow the...
culture-and-society - Sat, 29 May 2010 17:10:35
18. The Perfect Tarot Deck
Have you ever bought a Tarot deck sight unseen because of the picture on the box, only to get it unwrapped and discover that the card on the box is the only card in the deck that you really like? Well, I have. It's a disappointing experience to say the least. I've also bought tarot sets where I ...
culture-and-society - Fri, 28 May 2010 23:01:03
19. Audio Books - Make The Most Of Your Time!!
Imagine having the time to read for two or three hours a day. Too busy, you say? Actually you probably already have that time, it's just being camouflaged by the daily repetitious chores that we all must perform. Well, why not listen to an Audiobook during these spans of time instead? Think of ...
How-To & Education - Fri, 09 Apr 2010 19:46:18
20. What's Your Sign? Part I
"What's your sign?"Do you sometimes wonder, but don't ask? Well here's some info and tips about the signs, what to look for and how to recognize them. For the last six signs go to The Signs Part II - Libra to Pisces
Entertainment - Tue, 23 Mar 2010 17:41:08
21. What's Your Sign? Part II
"What's your sign?"Do you sometimes wonder, but don't ask? Well here's some info and tips about the signs, what to look for and how to recognize them. For the first six signs go to The Signs Part I - Aries to Virgo
Entertainment - Tue, 23 Mar 2010 17:39:06

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