Using reversed tarot cards with elemental dignities can be simple and complicated at the same time. Follow my easy lesson on how to get the best out of this combination of tarot reading, complete with images to help you see the process first hand.
Card counting is a wonderfully rich and exciting technique for reading tarot cards. Brought to light by the Golden Dawn, but used much earlier by European cartomancers, it allows a sequential story to unfold before your very eyes. It removes any cases of doubt as to what happens next or what tarot card meaning to apply within the circumstances because it is a very clear cut way of reading the cards. This tutorial will focus on Card Counting as refined by the Golden Dawn, their system is interwoven with the Qabbalah and the Tree of Life, and you will see influences from these systems in Card Counting, though you don't…
Sometimes all you need from a tarot spread is a quick snap-shot of the situation and the direction it’s heading in. You may also want to be able to go back to your reading and glean some more information from it. What if you also want to apply some other techniques you couldn't apply to other tarot spreads, like elemental dignities? The 3-2-1 Tarot Spread will give you just that, and more, as I will show you...
Expanding on the traditional Card-A-Day for your tarot journal, get a clearer idea of what lay ahead with six card positions. Perfect for those special days when you need to know more.
Learn more about yourself with the Personality Tarot Spread. Discover your long term potential, spirituality type, tenacity, positive/negative traits + more.
Guest post by Gethyn Edwards A few months ago I found I was regularly being asked to do readings for friends on topics about which I had a lot of prior knowledge. Pretty soon, I noticed that I was sitting down to read with a whole mess of preconceptions and pre-judgements already in place – ideas about advice I might give; about where the subjects of the reading were going wrong; about the likely causes of the pickle they’d got themselves into; about what was clearly best for them… et cetera, et cetera…
The simple Past Present, Future Tarot Spread brought to life using the four elements turning a 3 card spread into a 16 card spread using elemental dignities
Discover how my book, Beyond the Celtic Cross, came to life. Get a look behind the scenes+how a simple request for a tarot reading lead to a published book & tarot blog.
Secondary Triads We’ve already gleaned a lot of information from the original nine Tarot cards in my reading, but wouldn’t it be great if we could actually pinpoint the trouble zones in more detail? We can do just that with Secondary Triads. These are essentially the triads that are not in any linear formation – hence their shapes are triangular. They tell a more detailed story not so easily found through regular Tarot reading.
Today I want to play with my Signature Spread a little more, give it a new name, and introduce elemental dignities to it to show you how much fun you can have when you work in triads. The card pairing in the first post still applies, but with a slightly new layout to accommodate the elemental dignities, we will be adding a couple more pairings to the list.