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.
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…
Hebrew for Tarot Readers, the Simple Letters is Part 3 of Mick Frankel's excellent & free tarot course. Explore the Simple Letters and the Zodiac.
Not all free tarot readings are equal in quality and delivery. This one though, hit the sweet spot and I was that impressed I wanted to share it with you.
A phenomenon you will come across during Tarot card study and Tarot readings are sub-elements and contradictory elements. Mainly associated with the Rider Waite-Smith Tarot deck and decks inspired by it, at its most simplistic explanation, sub-elements are those underlying elements that are secondary to the main one normally associated with a Tarot card. They can either compliment the main element and theme of the Tarot card, or they can in fact appear contradictory.