An exploration of individual cards, pairs and groups.
Learn how to step into your best self by letting go of all that does not serve you anymore. My 2019 Hanged Man Ritual features detailed thoughts and expressions on the Hanged Man, the Sun and the Empress, as well as my personal New Year's Eve ritual that you can use at home. Includes notes on the connections between these cards and Aleister Crowley's writings on the Hanged Man and it's links to the Empress and the Sun. See how numerology has played an important part in my life this year and how it can positively impact yours too.
Learn how to apply timing to your tarot readings using the traditional method that uses the tarot suits and numerology to the more complex astrological associations refined by the Golden Dawn. Learn about thematic timing, degrees, the decans, zodiac timing, cardinal, fixed and mutable timing; the role of the Pages and Aces and how to find timing associated with the planetary trumps when they have clear timing association. Follow seven colour coded tables that presents the information clearly including discussion around them that explain points you may be unfamiliar with.
Minor Arcana Correspondences teaches core tarot suit information in colour coded & easy to read tables. It includes astrology, timing, numerology, counting values & yes no tarot answers.
Learning to read tarot usually begins with the major arcana. Listed in this post are two major arcana correspondence charts, colour coded to help you see at-a-glance major arcana elements, astrology, timing, numerology, counting values + yes no tarot.
Reading a daily tarot card at the beginning & the end of the day is a great way to learn tarot, what the cards mean as well as how to read tarot for yourself.
Is the Death card a transition or is it final? Read a very personal portrayal of this card, how it impacted me & how I see it now.
An exploration of Virgo as represented through tarot including topics such as numerology and astrology, ancient history, mysticism and alchemy.
A look at the Buddhist perception of impermanence, how it relates to the Death card in tarot & our spiritual growth as individuals.
There is no denying the visual similarities between these two cards. Barbara Moore looks more closely at them including their numerology.
The Fool’s Journey as 3 X 7 Theory In my Part Two of Journey Through the Major Arcana, I talked about Rachel Pollack’s presentation (in Seventy-Eight Degrees of Wisdom) of the Major Arcana Trumps as a sequence, or progression, of an individual’s journey to individuation and enlightenment. The Trumps (minus the Fool, who represents the individual taking the journey) are divided into three lines: Cards I-VII are seen as consciousness (the outer concerns of life in society) Cards VIII-XIV are seen as subconscious (our inward search to find who we really are) Cards XV-XXI are seen as superconscious (development of a spiritual awareness and a release of archetypal energy). Darkness…