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Learning To Read The Symbolism of the Tarot
A short course on how to read symbolism of the tarot by using your own intution
Views: 84606 Source Of Origin
Reading Tarot Cards - Symbols in Tarot #1
Reading Tarot Cards by Goodie Chapter 4 - Symbols: Symbols in Tarot #1
Views: 4983 Goodie
Reading Tarot Cards - Symbols: Colors in Tarot
Reading Tarot Cards by Goodie Chapter 4 - Symbols: Colors in Tarot Now we start looking at the meaning of various types of symbols in tarot images.
Views: 4680 Goodie
Tarot - the Mystery and Meaning Explained
The Tarot, it's mysterious, it's also one of the most common divination tools. For hundreds of years people have turned to these seemingly simple cards for answers about everything ranging from love to finances. Today with the help of our guest Sean, from the 'Dash'ing Thru October channel, we will deconstruct the deck and explain the meanings behind every card. 'Dash'ing Thru October https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCHgFSNhrj3JcfN5iS3UyBxw
Views: 88117 Creepy Little Book
Learn The 78 Tarot Cards in Two Hours (pt 1/2)
This video is the first part of my 2 hour video marathon, teaching the meanings of the 78 cards in the standard Tarot deck. When I decided to explore the Tarot, I got a little frustrated at first. There was a LOT of information that I had to learn. 78 cards!!! I searched all over Youtube, but couldn't find a good video that just lays out all the cards one by one. I didn't care how long the video was. I just wanted to absorb the meanings of the cards and wished that someone had taken the time to lay it all out there and help get me started. Since I couldn't find the video I wanted, I resorted to reading a TON of websites and books. This took a lot of time. Countless hours. Then it occurred to me: If I can't find the video I want, Why not make it... so that others like me will be able to find it later? So I pulled out my microphone, used the camera on my cell phone, and applied some editing with Vegas Movie Studio, just to see what I could come up with. It was fun!!! And this is it. Enjoy.
Views: 912200 Ben Lucas
Tarot: Interpretation Without Memorization
Ever wonder how the cards originally got their meanings? The symbology of the tarot consists of several different components such as the classical elements and the primal meanings of numbers. Once you learn these basic components, you can easily interpret without having to memorize each card. This is a much more fluid and adaptable method of tarot reading, good for beginners or people who have difficulty with memorization, and informative for experts who never knew WHY a card meant what it meant. This is my secret, "lazy" method of tarot reading. It is intended to be free for all who will find it, and no one may claim ownership of it, including myself, since I have only recognized patterns that are already established. This method came to me by way of solitary study and contemplation (and maybe more than a little help from spirit guides). This method is imperfect and incomplete, and as always, open to interpretation. Perhaps there is a secret society that knew of this method all along, but they never shared, so... power to the people, man! One big tip: If you are doing a reading that does not seem to make sense to you, and you can not see how all the cards relate to one another, this indicates that either the querent or the people who are in her life are being dishonest, deceptive, concealing something or wearing a false face. For example, the querent could be in a relationship of convenience, but pretending to love her mate for security, and her mate is beginning to suspect this but is still giving her the benefit of the doubt.
Views: 29527 Practical Spirituality
Essential Major Arcana Symbols for Waite-Smith Tarot Decks
If you've been learning Tarot with a Waite-Smith Tarot deck but don't like the art style, you don't have to stick with that deck! As an absolute beginner to Tarot, you might not know of a good alternative deck that still retains a high amount of traditional Tarot imagery in the Major Arcana. Here are two good alternative decks that I've worked with extensively which use the Waite-Smith system. I've compared them side-by-side with a standard Waite-Smith clone and pointed out the essential images that should be included in the design of each card. (So if neither deck appeals to you, you'll have some baseline criteria for selecting some other deck that does.) I've even tossed in one of my favorite non-standard decks as a bonus. Enjoy! Decks used in this video: The Radiant Rider-Waite Tarot Colored by Virginijus Poshkus; Published by U.S. Games Systems, Inc., 2003 https://www.usgamesinc.com/Radiant-Rider-Waite-Tarot/ Llewellyn's Classic Tarot By Barbara Moore Ilustrated by Eugene Smith Published by Llewellyn Publications, 2014 https://www.llewellyn.com/product.php?ean=9780738736082 Morgan-Greer Tarot By Bill F. Greer & Lloyd Morgan Published by U.S. Games Systems, Inc., 1979 https://www.usgamesinc.com/Morgan-Greer_Tarot_Deck/ Dreaming Way Tarot By Rome Choi Artwork by Kwon Shina Published by U.S. Games Systems, Inc., 2012 https://www.usgamesinc.com/Dreaming-Way-Tarot/
Views: 11039 Georgina Toland
Tarot Growth symbols and how to find yours
Audio Tarot Readings: http://www.karolinadobrovska.com/audio-tarot-reading/ Tarot Playground e-course: http://www.karolinadobrovska.com/courses/tarot-playground-for-beginners/ ---------------------------- This one's for you especially, if you're having a super crazy year and you're wondering what the heck is going on, darling. Because just like the Life card shows you your life time gifts, challenges and main topics, the Growth card I'm talking about in this video, is all about uncovering what specific stage of your life journey you're currently at (and perhaps, why it might be so turbulent). The Growth symbol will help you to understand what specific issues and challenges you'll very likely face in your current year and how you can best approach these difficult situations so that you can truly grow from them. Soooo, what's your Growth symbol for this current year, magic maker?;-) Let's find out! Here's a little 'how to' calculate yours and also some tips on interpretation as usual! ----------------------------- Wanna dive deeper into the secrets of tarot but you have no idea where to start? Check out my brand new course Tarot Playground for Beginners! http://www.karolinadobrovska.com/courses/tarot-playground-for-beginners/
Views: 1680 Karolina Kvas
Hierophant Tarot Card Symbols and Colours from the Rider Waite Tarot card deck Amanda Goldston Tarot
http://www.LearnTarotOnline.com - Hierophant card from the Rider Waite deck of Tarot cards by Amanda Goldston. Understand the symbols, colours and astrology of this card. The Hierophant card is about traditions, beliefs, conventions, structured education, spirituality and organised religion. It is asking you to look at how those things serve you in your life today by Tarot Author and Tarot Teacher Amanda Goldston . http://youtu.be/FMYeoXYHu24
Views: 4548 Amanda Goldston
In this video i show you how to read oracle cards and the pictures, the symbolic meanings of them. You can practice this at home. FACEBOOK: http://www.facebook.com/eve.starr.et WWW.EVESTAR.ME INSTAGRAM: STARCHILDEVE
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5 Elements, Tarot cards Holy Grail symbols
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History of Tarot | Tarot Cards
Unlock the mysteries of Tarot: The Complete Guide to the Tarot: http://amzn.to/1Pj0Div The Tarot Bible: The Definitive Guide to the Cards: http://amzn.to/1LlxTzz Chakra Wisdom Oracle Cards: http://amzn.to/1hrj3zE The Essential Tarot Kit: Book and Card Set: http://amzn.to/1ZdkUu5 The Rider Tarot Deck Cards: http://amzn.to/1OmCOXQ Watch more How to Read Tarot Cards videos: http://www.howcast.com/videos/515593-History-of-Tarot-Tarot-Cards Hello. I'm Ellen Goldberg and welcome to a Tarot Moment from the School of Oracles. In this segment we are going to introduce the tarot. What are tarot cards? Well, you might think they are simply a deck of cards, but they are much more than that. The tarot is actually...a book of wisdom that's disguised as a pack of cards. There are 78 cards in all they are divided into 2 groups, the major arcanna, arcanna means secrets, and the minor arcanna. These major and minor secrets will be covered in many of the segments that we are doing in this series. The tarot, the origins are really shrouded in mysteries. There are many theories about where they come from. What we do know is that they are an oracle and that they can tell you so many things about yourself, about life, about the deep meaning of things, and reflect yourself back to yourself. Well, the tarot is like having a sage as a wise friend, right in your own pocket...It's to be respected and not used simply for fortune telling because it doesn't really enjoy that aspect of itself. It will communicate, I think, on almost any subject, but it prefers to be used for questions dealing with your own personal process, your spiritual advancement. When I teach my students to use the tarot, the first question we learn, which can be used over and over on a daily basis is "Tell me, what should I know about myself, right now?" The tarot loves to reflect yourself back to yourself so that you can know yourself and you can always know how to comeback to your center, how to find your best self, how to take your next step in growth. Many scholars say that the tarot first appeared around the time of the Renaissance in Italy, and surly the first decks that we have come from around that time. Maybe things like the invention of the printing press, then the availability that made of paper products to the masses, certainly had an influence on the tarot. As well as the Renaissance proclivity for creating systems that synthesized all existing knowledge that existed, they did this quite a bit. So the tarot is an example of that. In fact, the tarot is a compendium of the entire western mystery tradition. The tarot is like a great river into which the streams of cabala, astrology, hermetic philosophy, alchemy...even neo-plutonic philosophy, all of these have flowed into the tarot and are part and parcel of it. One of the reasons that I ejnoy reading with the rider wait deck, which is the deck that we will be talking about and using as our source of images in this series, is because it was created by a hermetic magical order, The Order of the Golden Dawn in England. The order formed in the late, 1800s and lasted, I think, up until about 1920. Maybe it was 1888 that was the founding, but I can't be exactly sure, but what I do know is that they based everything on cabala and tarot. And they had great systems that they help to make the tarot grow. The tarot...it may only have appeared first in Renaissance Italy, but it's roots go back far and wide, goes back to the east and the west. There's eastern tradition from India and Tantra. There is the western Judeo-Christian Egyptian and Greek tradition in here and they all flow into this simple, seemingly simple pack of cards which is really profound. The 4 armed g- mother of time and great goddess of India, kali, from whom we get our word calendar, in her 4 arms she held 4 symbols which are representative of the 4 suits in the tarot, the wands, the cups, the swords, and the pentacles. Later on, in Greece the goddess Nemesis, the goddess of fate, before whom even the other gods bow down, she, too, carried these same symbols in her hands. And, of course, they were sacred to Mercury, who gives his name as Hermes, the Greek name for Mercury, to the entire hermetic tradition. Tarot is part and parcel of the hermetic tradition and it's still growing, still alive. The tarot an example that magic is alive and well. The other oracles that we know and love, say the etching. The rune stones, they date from about 1200 to 1500 years before Christ. Palmistry, my other great love in my life, and astrology they go back much further, and they might go back to 3000 to 5000 years before Christ. So you can imagine what a Johnny-come-lately tarot is, coming right around the time of the R
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Emperor Card Symbolism and meaning - Tarot Tuesday
Happy Tarot Tuesday everybody! This week we are looking at the Emperor Card!
Views: 1236 Kyle Davidson
Lovers Card colours and symbols in Rider Waite Tarot Cards by Amanda Goldston Tarot Author
http://www.learntarotonline.com Lovers card symbols and colours by Amanda Goldston of http://www.learntarotonline.com . The Lovers card from the Rider Waite deck of tarot is very rich in symbolism, and has several layers of meanings. http://youtu.be/eqtCnfr1VcU
Views: 2902 Amanda Goldston
Symbols in Tarot   The Major Arcana   The Star
In this weeks Tarot Readers Academy - Tarot Cafe video I am exploring some of the main symbols of The Star Major Arcana Card. Thank you for watching. If you are interested in the Tarot Readers Academy please go to www.tarotreadersacademy.com and sign up for notifications. We go live on the 17th of April 2015! Here is a list of the decks used. Radiant Rider Waite Deck - http://www.bookdepository.com/Radiant-Rider-Waite-Tarot-Pamela-Smith/9781572814134/?a_aid=Ethony The Cosmic Tarot - http://www.bookdepository.com/Cosmic-Tarot-Deck/9780880793957/?a_aid=Ethony The Truth Seeker's Tarot - http://www.bookdepository.com/Truth-Seekers-Tarot-David-Fontana/9781844837168/?a_aid=Ethony The Bonefire Tarot - www.bonefiretarot.com
Views: 1688 Ethony
Fool Card Colours and Symbols from the Rider Waite Tarot Deck by Amanda Goldston
http://www.LearnTarotOnline - How to read the Fool card from the Rider Waite tarot deck, with the colours and symbols and astrology of the card created by Amanda Goldston Tarot Teacher - http://youtu.be/Rr2x9ODnm1c
Views: 3669 Amanda Goldston
Symbolism of The Wild Unknown Deck 🔮
A review of The Wild Unknown Tarot deck that focuses on the symbols on the cards and the general design aesthetic. Do you like this deck? Post your thoughts in the comments! 🔮 Website: http://www.arcane-alchemy.com/ 🌿 Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/arcanealchemy/ 🖋️ Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/arcanealchemy/ 💜 Tumblr: https://www.tumblr.com/blog/scarletravenswood/ 🛍️ Shop: http://www.arcane-alchemy.com/shop Brightest Blessings! Scarlet Ravenswood
Views: 14041 Scarlet Ravenswood
The Gypsy Palace Tarot- Symbols & Creativity
I describe how to get closer to the symbols of these special cards and how to find creative ways to connect them and get the most out of your readings!
Views: 1433 Nora Huszka
Reading Tarot Cards - Symbols in Tarot #2
Reading Tarot Cards by Goodie Chapter 4 - Symbols: Symbols in Tarot #2
Views: 3169 Goodie
Symbols and meanings of Number 3 Tarot Card
Symbols and meanings of the number three minor arcana tarot cards. Visit my channel to see the symbols and meanings of other tarot ards
Views: 1313 Serene Spirit
Introduction to the tarot cards
TAROT - AN INTRODUCTION Tarot is like a book. In it, you can read, everything a human being can experience, over a lifetime. The Tarot deck, can be said to constitute some kind of collective wisdom, and it consists of 78 cards. Each tarot card is loaded with a number of symbols, waiting to be interpreted, and applied in different contexts. MAJOR ARCANA The Majoe Arkana, is telling with the help of it's 22 cards, about man's psychological and cognitive development. Each card in the Major Arcana, can be compared to a development stage or a challenge, that humans have to cope with or manage. The cards in Major Arcana, are considered as very important. It is up to us to learn how to deal with the energy of each major, because we can not avoid or change these influences. According to the tarot philosophy each individual must go through certain steps and certain trials, to learn and develop. Major Arcana, is all about, the Fool's journey. In the beginning the Fool doesn't know so much, but The Fool is both curious and unafraid. Eventually, he will achieve, maturity and wisdom, which is symbolized, the last card of the Major Arcana, The World. MINOR ARCANA The other 56 cards, are part of the Minor Arcana, and illustrate with symbols and images, events in our daily lives. Here, we see no major challenges, but the smaller things that take place every day, that can be just as important. Together, they build up a person's life. The four suites of the Tarot - Cups, Wands, Pentacles and Swords, are consistent with the four tools, that the Magician, the first Major Arcana card, has on his table. In life, we need to have, the right emotions and be able to relate to others; we also need pshysical energy for work and achievement of goals; it is also good to have resources like skills, money and physical health; and finaly we need intelligence and a philosophy of life, in order to protect ourselves from enemies, avoid depression and have a life purpose. The four suites of the Minor Arcana, symbolise thus, four different areas in human life: cups, for relationships, Wands for physical energy, Pentagrams for resources, and Swords for intelligence. Each of the suites contain four Court Cards. We will talk about them another time. Tarot cards are used in this short film belong to the deck "Tarot para la busqueda de la verdad".
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The Empress Card Colours and Symbols in the Rider Waite Tarot deck
http://www.LearnTarotOnline.com - The colours and symbols in the Empress Card in the Rider Waite Smith deck of Tarot cards uprtight by Amanda Goldston, Tarot Author and Coach - http://youtu.be/4msAPhtlyQg
Views: 4975 Amanda Goldston
🔮 Secret Tarot Card Meanings Revealed! 🔮 Gregory Scott Tarot 🔮
http://www.gregoryscott.com Secret Meanings of the tarot cards revealed. Each tarot cards has a standard set of meanings. These aren’t them! These are all the far-out, unusual interpretations you can’t find anywhere else because I discovered them during years of working with the cards. I’m giving away my best information here… free! Enjoy. :D Bio: http://gregoryscott.com/gregory-scott/ Tarot: http://gregoryscott.com/tarot-reading/ Secret Tarot Card Meanings: Three of Pentacles – Angelic messages Strength – Energy healing The Chariot – The occult and life after death The Hermit – Jesus Consciousness The Tower – Earthquakes Judgement – Afterlife and the Other Side Eight of Wands – Ley lines Justice – The Akashic Records and Karma King of Wands – Aliens, UFOs and alien abduction The Devil – Totems, familiars, vampires, werewolves and witchraft Temperance – Archangels and angelic protection Four of Swords – Astral projection The Hanged Man - Yoga The Fool - Atlantis and Lemuria The High Priestess – The Bible, Mediumship, Ghosts, Psychic ability and Palmistry Ten of Pentacles – The Kabbalah The Queen of Cups – Crystals and Crystal Healing The Star – Fairies, Gnomes and Pixies Kings of Cups – Mermaids, Mermen and all other Merfolk :D The Wheel of Fortune – Reincarnation (Tarot Cards used: The Radiant Rider Waite Tarot) Gregory Scott is an expert Tarot Reader, Numerologist and Astrologer who does personal readings by email, video, Skype/Telephone. His ability to identify and communicate the soul's gifts and challenges through symbolic interpretation in astrology, numerology and tarot, brings transformation, joy and energy to this earthly reality. Discover your spiritual soul purpose by allowing Gregory to provide you with intuitive guidance, assisting you in making clear and informed decisions that will shape the future to your advantage. If you love astrology readings and tarot readings visit the website: http://www.gregoryscott.co.uk For private readings please email: [email protected] Or tweet: @gregoryscott444 #tarot #tarotcards #tarotcardmeanings
Views: 51361 Gregory Scott
The Emperor Card Colours and Symbols in the Rider Waite deck of Tarot Cards
http://www.LearnTarotOnline.com - The colours and symbols in the Emperor card in the Rider Waite Smith deck of Tarot Cards by Tarot Author and Coach Amanda Goldston - http://youtu.be/raR7gCX8ugk
Views: 2144 Amanda Goldston
10 of Cups: Symbols of the Rider Waite Smith Tarot by Abheda Greene
Ten of Cups. Lesson from the suit of Cups on Symbolism of the Rider Waite-Smith Tarot; a 78 part tarot course. Learn tarot symbolism. For more tarot education, and for readings, please visit: www.facebook.com/AbhedaGreeneTarot
Views: 4091 Abheda Tarot
Magician card colours, symbols and astrology by Amanda Goldston from the Rider Waite Tarot deck
http://www.LearnTarotOnline.com How to read and interpret the Magician card from the Rider Waite Smith deck of tarot cards with the colours, symbols, astrology and numerology by Amanda Goldston, Tarot Author, Tarot Teacher, Tarot Coach and Tarot Guide - http://youtu.be/OgaBHcSinkg
Views: 4195 Amanda Goldston
FBI Different Cards For Fun  ( Native American Symbols etc) ---- Ganga Tarot
FBI Different Cards For Fun www.paypal.me/000GangaK Tarot Readings and Spiritual Wisdom - By Ganga K. Founder of Vajra Nirvana Marg Path
Views: 2125 Ganga Tarot
Tarot Major Arcana meanings and symbols, Faerie Enchantments
Symbols of the Major Arcana and The Fool with Faerie Enchantments Magick Divination
Views: 359 Joseph Newhouse
Tarot Together - Part One, Magician Card Symbols
Magician Symbols - Intro, First Glimpse, Sky/The Color Yellow Your thoughts on the symbols on the Magician card are welcome below and on our Facebook group. Books referenced in the Magician's Symbols series: Irene Gad, Tarot and Individuation PD Ouspensky, The Symbolism of the Tarot Samuel Pritchard, Masonry Dissected A. E. Waite, The Pictorial Key to the Tarot Where you can find me – Facebook Group: Tarot Together – A closed Group with conversations private. To join, go to the Group’s page and request to join. https://www.facebook.com/groups/TarotTogether/ Web Site: Personal and Greystone Path web site: http://www.thegreystonepath.com Season of the Seeker Study Program: http://www.thegreystonepath.com/seeker-portal/seeker-overview/
Reading Tarot Cards - Meaning of Four Suits
Reading Tarot Cards by Goodie Chapter 3 - Meaning of Four Suits The minor arcana in Rider Waite Tarot consist of four suits: wands, cups, swords and pentacles. Before we start looking into individual minor arcana, we first learn about the meaning of each suit.
Views: 24783 Goodie
Today instead of having to think up my own drawing ideas I'm going to let the fates pick them for me via my various tarot card decks! End Music ~ Lighthouse -Ghostn'Ghost https://youtu.be/xVzeZGRZk0s Try Skillshare Here For Free! (it supports the channel too!) ~ https://skl.sh/lavendertowne Oh! And here's my NEW STORE! - https://tinyurl.com/yd7rrx8t My Comics ∆ https://tapastic.com/haleymewsome Patreon ∆ https://www.patreon.com/user?u=3884480 Twitch ∆ https://www.twitch.tv/lavendertowne Facebook ∆ https://www.facebook.com/haleybot Twitter ∆ https://twitter.com/HaleyMewsome Tumblr ∆ https://lavendertowne.tumblr.com Instagram ∆ https://www.instagram.com/lavendertowne ∆The Unfamiliar Shirts are here!∆ http://amzn.to/2fn1lxW http://amzn.to/2eUZVKo http://amzn.to/2fg5FRF
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In this video. I will read two chapters of my book Tarot Card Magick. This video will discuss the importance of symbols.
Views: 528 Baal Kadmon
Learn The 78 Tarot Cards in Two Hours (pt 2/2); The Major Arcana
Here's the rest of the cards. An overview of the Major Arcana.
Views: 184626 Ben Lucas
Emperor Major Arcana #4 - Meaning and Interpretation in a Tarot Reading
What does the Emperor Tarot card mean when it appears in a reading? What might you think and reflect when the Emperor appears in a reading? The Emperor is the number 4 Major Arcana. In its best aspect it indicates the stability of a just society and represents the importance of social justice. The energy is that of rules, power, authority, strength, action, reason, leadership and situations governed by logic. The Emperor reminds us that part of life's journey is not only to absorb societies rules, traditions and beliefs but to go beyond them and find a personal code of conduct. To understand more about this energy I encourage you to sit with the card and explore you own insights, wisdom and intuition. Thank you for viewing my video I hope you enjoyed it. If you would like to find more of my videos remember to SUBSCRIBE to my channel and please give a thumbs up. If you would like a private reading with me you can book directly at https://bookme.name/kirawoods or visit my website at http://kirawoods.com. Also you can find me on Facebook at http://facebook.com/kirawoodstarot.
Views: 9572 Kira Woods
6 of Cups: Symbols of the Rider Waite Smith Tarot; www.facebook.com/AbhedaGreeneTarot
Six of Cups Symbolism of the the Waite-Smith Tarot. Lesson from 78 part course. For more tarot information and for readings: www.facebook.com/AbhedaGreeneTarot
Views: 3149 Abheda Tarot
Tarot Together - Part Two, Magician Card Symbols
Magician Symbols - The Rose and the Lily Magician Symbols - Intro, First Glimpse, Sky/The Color Yellow Your thoughts on the symbols on the Magician card are welcome below and on our Facebook group. Books referenced in the Magician's Symbols series: Irene Gad, Tarot and Individuation PD Ouspensky, The Symbolism of the Tarot Samuel Pritchard, Masonry Dissected A. E. Waite, The Pictorial Key to the Tarot Where you can find me – Facebook Group: Tarot Together – A closed Group with conversations private. To join, go to the Group’s page and request to join. https://www.facebook.com/groups/TarotTogether/ Web Site: Personal and Greystone Path web site: http://www.thegreystonepath.com Season of the Seeker Study Program: http://www.thegreystonepath.com/seeker-portal/seeker-overview/
Lovers Tarot Card Portal to the Stars Symbols
To buy your deck : http://www.portaltothestars.com/portal-to-the-stars/index.html To ask, share and explore more of the Tarot, join the Facebook Portal to the Stars Community : https://www.facebook.com/groups/1759877981000042/ Art by Jo Nuske of Serene Spirit http://www.serenespirit.com.au/ The symbols and meanings of the Lovers Tarot card of the Portal to the Stars Major Arcana Tarot deck. From Original art work by Jo Nuske of Serene Spirit.
Views: 115 Serene Spirit
Tarot - Looking at The Moon Card: Encounter with the images, symbols in The Moon card.
Mystery, confusion, dreams, distortion, myth, emotions, shadows, intuition, and the subconscious, all come home to roost when Moon shows up in your life.
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Tarot Together - The Fool Card Symbolism - Intro to Symbols, the Sky and the Sun
The Fool Symbolism - Introduction to Symbolism, the Sky and the Sun These videos regarding the symbols on the tarot cards are the result of my personal studies, with my resources being information that was provided to me by my teachers and found in my personal studies of the tarot. I have made notes (and share them with you) of direct quotes and unique interpretations that caught my attention along the way, and have not intentionally shared another’s research or writing verbatim without properly referencing it. In this video, I reference: Ruth Ann and Wald Amberstone, The Secret Language of Tarot Please note that there are four videos on the symbolism on the Fool card: - Introduction to Symbols, the Sky and the Sun - The Fool (His Person), and the Wand/Staff - The Tiny Leaf, the Rose and the Dog - The Cliff, the Abyss, the Mountains and the Number Zero Where you can find me – Facebook Group: Tarot Together – A closed Group with conversations private. To join, go to the Group’s page and request to join. https://www.facebook.com/groups/TarotTogether/ Web Site: Personal and Greystone Path web site: http://www.thegreystonepath.com Season of the Seeker Study Program: http://www.thegreystonepath.com/seeker-portal/seeker-overview/ Facebook Group: The Greystone Path Facebook Group – A public Group for general discussions. To join, go to the Group’s page and request to join. https://www.facebook.com/groups/TheGreystonePath/ Winding Path Blog (includes the Daily Reflections: A word a day with considerations/declarations in light of the season and what it might inspire in us, also available by e-mail subscription). http://www.thegreystonepath.com/winding-path-blog/
Easy Tarot Spread for Beginners - 3-Card Past-Present-Future Spread
This is one of my favorite Tarot spreads and it is super easy! The 3-card version is perfect for when you need quick answers. As in prior videos, I will be using various Tarot correspondences such as Elemental Dignities. If you are new to Tarot or have never used correspondences before, I strongly encourage you to watch this video: Four Tools to Master the Minor Arcana https://youtu.be/dEDoQbzPQEI If you missed the Easy Minor Arcana Tarot Spread for Beginners - The Now & Then Spread, you can find it here: https://youtu.be/P8TwAJmi5u4 Decks used in this video: The Deck of 1000 Spreads By Tierney Sadler Published by Llewellyn Publications, 2013 The Radiant Rider-Waite Tarot Based on drawings by Pamela Colman Smith Colored by Virginijus Poshkus Published by U.S. Games Systems, Inc., 2003
Views: 23964 Georgina Toland
Seven of Pentacles: Symbols of the Rider Waite Smith Tarot
Learn to read Rider-Waite Smith tarot symbolism and meanings in this course by Abheda Greene www.facebook.com/AbhedaGreeneTarot
Views: 2188 Abheda Tarot
Court Cards: The Four Families of Tarot
Toss out those old court card stereotypes of sex, gender, and physical attributes! Bring Tarot into the 21st century with these new, contemporary roles. You can be *any* court card, depending on your situation: Managing your own company? That's a King thing. Taking care of your kids or coaching a friend? That's a Queen quality. Moving from place-to-place or job-to-job? Your expressing Knight energy. Learning a new skill? You're a studious Page. Deck used in this video: The Radiant Rider-Waite Tarot Based on drawings by Pamela Colman Smith Colored by Virginijus Poshkus Published by U.S. Games Systems, Inc., 2003
Views: 30240 Georgina Toland
Understanding Tarot Key 0: The Fool
Grab a Tarot deck (and a blank journal) and join us on the beginning of a journey through the Major Arcana. If you are not sure if your Tarot deck has all of the necessary imagery, check out "Essential Major Arcana Symbols for Waite-Smith Tarot Decks" at https://youtu.be/-8RqJY-LdzQ Here's where you can find a review of the 3-Card Past-Present-Future Spread: https://youtu.be/WRjAVLJ-JAI Puzzled by the weird vocabulary? Find out all about the Four Tools to Master the Minor Arcana: https://youtu.be/dEDoQbzPQEI Decks used in this video: The Radiant Rider-Waite Tarot Based on drawings by Pamela Colman Smith Colored by Virginijus Poshkus Published by U.S. Games Systems, Inc., 2003 https://www.usgamesinc.com/Radiant-Rider-Waite-Tarot/ Tarot de Marseille By Alexandre Jodorowsky and Philippe Camoin Based on a deck originally published by Nicolas Conver in 1760 Printed by Camoin, 2016 https://en.camoin.com/tarot/-Home-en-.html Giant Rider-Waite Tarot By Arthur Edward Waite, artwork by Pamela Colman Smith Published by U.S. Games Systems, Inc., 1992 https://www.usgamesinc.com/Giant-Rider-Waite-Tarot/ The Deck of 1000 Spreads By Tierney Sadler Published by Llewellyn Publications, 2013 https://www.llewellyn.com/product.php?ean=9780738733395
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The Chariot & Wheel Of Fortune Tarot Card lessons upright and reversed meaning is given
This lesson tells you all about the two Tarot cards being spoke of & highlights their position alone or while standing with other cards. It goes into detail about all of the individual symbols on the cards and at least 3 divination meanings in each card. This is only two in the deck of 78 cards, please tune in as I go through the deck two cards at a time. Please comment, rate & subscribe! Please show your support to me and my hard work & we can also hopefully go commercial free and bring to you better content. Every little bit helps guys be it one dollar or more! Here are the the links you can use to do that with. Blessings my friends: Directly to PayPal: https://www.paypal.com/us/home The paypal name is: [email protected] Support us on Stream Labs: https://youtube.streamlabs.com/witchcraftwicca On Patreon in monthly payments at: https://www.patreon.com/EclecticSpirituality Our Website has a donation tab on the front page: http://www.mysticshadowinsights.com There you can donate a flat amount without recurring payments if you prefer Follow us on facebook Our page is here: https://www.facebook.com/PsychicLeeanna/ And on Twitter: https://twitter.com/ShadowInsights Only if your into Pagan religions Here: https://www.facebook.com/EclecticSpiritualist/ And on Twitter:https://twitter.com/Lady_Leeanna If your into gaming or visit twitch tv here: On Twitch: https://www.twitch.tv/mysticshadow00
Psychic Training - Tarot Hierophant Card
www.marveena.com - Hi there, I'm MarVeena Meek. Welcome to my psychic tip column. Today we are going to talk about the number 5 card in the tarot deck called the hierophant. Hiero means "holy", and phant is the word for "teacher", so this card means "holy teacher." In the tarot this is the teacher who helps to guide and mentor the fool. So when we pull this card, this is a time where we can access our own inner guide, our inner wisdom, or our most holy guardian angel to help give us the wisdom to help us proceed on our sacred journey here. The card also reminds us of the sacred union of the masculine to the feminine. This was played out in this card by the marriage of the god Cyrus who is the god of wisdom to the goddess Isis who is the goddess of intuition. Through this sacred union they had the holy child who was Horus and he represents the god of perception and vision. So according to the archetypes, when you look at pursuing wisdom and utilizing your intuition, you can actualize your vision here. You see a lot of different symbols when you look at this card. You see a crown that has 3 points on it and this is another way of talking about the sacred trinities. When you see his hand you see it in a blessing or a mudra. In his other hand he is holding a key and these are the keys to wisdom. So in one hand he is giving a blessing and in the other the keys to wisdom so this is a way of helping you to access the wisdom within that ideally you can use on your journey here. This card is all about helping you to access the wisdom within so that you can bring it forward in tangible ways on your soul's journey. You see the faces on the card, the images of the animals, the lion, the eagle, the bull, and the human face. They represent the astrological symbols of the Leo, Scorpio, Taurus, and Aquarius. These represent our creativity, passion, practicality, and vision. So this card is all about helping us to explore the inner realm and to bring back into this dimension, things that we can make fruitful or make tangible and useful. It also shows the inner child within and the importance of maintaining our childlike innocence and our childlike faith. It could be a time in your life that you are attracting to you a mentor or someone that can help you make a breakthrough to make a leap in consciousness. This card also has the 3 crosses which signify the teacher who is able to help you to move forward in a physical way, a spiritual way and a mental way; the mind, the body and the spirit. These are just some of the aspects of the hierophant card. As always, when you see this card reversed it's going to have quite a different slant. You can access some of the other information about the tarot cards through my blog and you can get to my blog through my website www.marveena.com. There is a little toolbar at the very top of the page and my blog will be on there. I've got this information written down there and you can also see some of the information about the reversals. If you would rather listen to this information via podcast you can get to that through iTunes and it's free. You can get to that link also on my website. I hope that you have enjoyed the teachings about the hierophant card in the tarot. Remember that the more that you meditate on these symbols, the more that you can bring life to them. They are very rich and there are so many multiple overlays of meanings once you start to explore them. A really good meditation to help you understand what this card can help you with in your life is to take it to bed with you and put it on your bedside table or under your pillow case as you sleep. Before you go to sleep look at the card, look at all the symbols on the card and create the intention to visualize the scenery when you go to sleep. Visualize walking into the scenery from a good place and from a place of heart. When you get into this little vision then just send out an acknowledgement and ask that these teachers help you to understand what they are all about and what bodies of wisdom they represent. If you do this from a good place then they will help you to have an intuition or a knowing about this card. You may need to meditate with this card every night for a week before you have a breakthrough but it is well worth the time. I hope you have enjoyed this psychic tip today and if you have questions you can send me and email or give me a call. If you would like to purchase your own tarot or mediumship reading I am at www.marveena.com.
Sell Your property with this Magical Symbols & Get the benefit..
this is the formula from Runes basically used for selling your property you can use this formula to sell your commercial property or house or land.
The tarot is an art of expression of character and experiences in life that we all encounter in some way shape or form. The seventy_eight cards symbolize action and reaction to life, meaning and spirituality. As we grow we learn new lessons. As we see better we make better choices. Life is all about cycles and transformation. Living in love is very important to this structor also. For everything in life is formed from love. In this series, I will be looking into the seventy-eight cards to break down the meanings for all levels of readers and giving a feel for what to look for if you want to become a reader for yourself or a professional. There are many ways to read the tarot. My job is to give a basis of understanding for others to take into concideration for their own use in the divine arts. If you would like a reading you can contact me at: [email protected] Facebook: mercury [email protected] Website: divinityunleashed.yolasite.com
Views: 2513 Aquarius Roberts
10 of Pentacles; Symbols of the Rider Waite Smith Tarot by Abheda Greene
Learn to read tarot symbolism and meanings in this lesson on the Ten of Pentacles from the course: Symbols of the Rider-Waite Smith Tarot bye Abheda Greene www.facebook.com/AbhedaGreeeneTarot
Views: 5347 Abheda Tarot
Hierophant Card meaning upright and reversed by Amanda Goldston  using Rider Waite Tarot cards
http://www.LearnTarotOnline.com How to read the meaning of the Hierophant card from the Rider Waite tarot deck in the uprightt and reversed position by Amanda Goldston Tarot. The Hierophant represents education, religion, our beliefs and spirituality and here we discuss the meaning of the card in both the upright and reversed positons. http://youtu.be/YvBa8S6fzpQ
Views: 7262 Amanda Goldston
Shadowscapes Tarot Symbols & Archetypes | Mushrooms, Dragons, Mermaids & Liminality
So many symbols, metaphors and archetypes in the Shadowscapes Tarot! I took the time to dissect quite a few of them and I hope it inspires you - even those of you have worked with the deck for many years! :) I only got to play with the "Seelenzauber Tarot", as it is called in German, for a few days before giving it to my mother. So if you have any more, deeper insights, please inspire me in the comments below. ♥ This deck by Stephanie Pui-Mun Law gently floats from one image to the next and creates a visual fantasy world, the likes of which I have rarely seen in any other Tarot deck. Soft colors, vibrantly detailed symbols and a whole web of archetypes make this Shadowscapes Tarot deck so appealing to me. _______ VIDEOS I MENTIONED Wild Unkown Symbolism & Fresh Perspectives: https://youtu.be/YQnwDD8Gb-A Life Story Video: https://youtu.be/OGYwqnxY7t4 _______ INDEX General Themes/Symbols 2:37 Solitary Numinous Experience on Pedestals & Peaks 4:36 Nature Spirits & Elementals 5:38 Sacred Geometry 6:18 Empress - Observing & CreatingNatural Patterns 7:11 Emperor - Action vs. Receptivity 7:46 Hierophant - Holly & Liminality (Gawain and the Green Knight) 8:56 The Chariot - Unicorns! :) 9:23 Strength & Bamboo 10:26 The Hermit - Solitude and Zen Balance 10:54 The Star - Koi fish & Dragon symbolism + Pokemon! 12:27 Why my hair is wet & background for this deck. :D 12:41 The Moon - Mushrooms & The Web of the Psyche 14:34 The World - World of Warcraft vibes :) 15:12 The Wands - Dedication & Giving 16:35 The Cups - Mermaids and the Realm of Emotion 17:10 4 of Cups - Rant about positive :D 18.14 6 of Cups - Everything is alive 18:34 Land vs. Water - Separation from Emotions 19.34 The Swords - Fiiiine art! 19.57 Two of Swords - Protection of the Self & your Dreams 21:19 Seven of Swords - Archetype of The Chosen One & Responsibility 22:12 Eight of Swords - Releasing & Freedom 22:56 Ten of Swords - Symbolism of Falling 23:38 Gushing over the Queen of Swords :) 23:57 King of Swords - The Wisdom of Knowing when to Fight & When not to 24:31 The Discs - Dragon Symbolism 25:00 Four of Discs - Hoard of the Dragon 25:28 Why Dragons are the Perfect Symbol for the Discs 26:18 Green & Purple 26:43 My Relation to the World of Shadowscapes
Views: 264 Anya Esma

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