As a group within the Tarot Court Cards, Pages and Princesses represent youngsters. The age ranges can include very young children to adolescents; though I find this a loose association when working with the Princesses of the Crowley Thoth deck.
Often called the Minor Arcana, or the Pip Cards of a Tarot deck, they number 36 in total. I will explore the actual cards in another page. In this section, I want to show you how the number sequencing is applied across all of the suits.
A look at how the four elements of nature have been transposed into the Tarot card Aces; journeying through the esoteric from Fire, Water, Air and Earth, to the Tarot Card suits of Wands, Cups, Swords and Disks. Includes a brief look at the divinatory definitions and tarot card meanings of the Tarot Aces in your Tarot deck.
We looked at the Celtic Cross Tarot Spread in detail in the previous post The Celtic Cross Tarot Spread – Looking Deeper. In this last lesson, Part Four of the Tarot Elements tutorial series, I’m going to show you some other systems and techniques that will enrich your reading style; which in turn will give your client’s more information and make you look and feel like a Celtic Cross Tarot Spread pro. In fact, applying the following techniques to any of your favourite Tarot card readings will enrich them, empower your client and increase your confidence as a tarot reader.
Welcome to Part Three, the penultimate post in this Tarot Elements tutorial series, the Celtic Cross Tarot Spread – Looking Deeper. Having established the Celtic Cross Tarot Spread positions and explored their meanings in the previous post, we’re now going to take a closer look at some of those positions to see how we can further assist our client during their tarot reading, including exploring cause and effect, intention and the Law of Attraction.
From the introduction into this Tarot Elements tutorial series in Part One: How to Read the Celtic Cross Tarot Spread, I discussed the variations found in the Celtic Cross Spread, and indeed questioned the need for a significator at all; today’s tutorial will focus purely on the Celtic Cross Tarot Spread positions and their meanings. While we’re going through them, I will introduce an example tarot reading so you can see how the positions and tarot cards affect each other.
Welcome to the Tarot Elements tutorial series on How to Read the Celtic Cross Tarot Spread. I will be dissecting the reading process in detail so you can see for yourself how in depth it can be, but also essentially, how simple it is once you have a few insider tricks up your sleeve.
I was very fortunate to be gifted with a Tibetan Singing Bowl a few years ago, though I never fully appreciated it or its uses until some time later. I never played it properly, and to be honest, I didn’t really know how or even what to do with it. I must admit to having a little fear of it too. I felt a little silly trying to get it to make the wonderful sound I had heard from other people and their bowls; and I also felt a little self conscious doing it too. Having teenagers in the house can seriously interfere with your spiritual pursuits!
Double Agent, sea Captain, Royal Navy Master, Lothario and bankrupt - Captain Joseph Hynson lead a colourful and exciting life. Born in Maryland USA circa 1744, he died in London in 1817. Working secretly for both sides in the American War of Independence, Joseph stole 8 months worth of dispatches destined for the American Congress, and handed them to the British. His reward from the then Under-Secretary of State, William Eden, was Â£1,000 and a job with His Majesty's Royal Navy.
If I free associate, I see strength in its formation; being armed at the ready; all the battalions are ready to move; feeling proud; standing tall; being illuminated; there's a softness to this strength; it's non-aggressive; shining a light in the dark; the light at the end of the tunnel.