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Reading Tarot Cards - Symbols in Tarot #1
 
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Reading Tarot Cards by Goodie Chapter 4 - Symbols: Symbols in Tarot #1
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Essential Major Arcana Symbols for Waite-Smith Tarot Decks
 
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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: 16817 Georgina Toland
Reading Tarot Cards - Symbols: Colors in Tarot
 
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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.
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Learning To Read The Symbolism of the Tarot
 
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A short course on how to read symbolism of the tarot by using your own intution
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Reading Tarot Cards - Symbols in Tarot #2
 
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Reading Tarot Cards by Goodie Chapter 4 - Symbols: Symbols in Tarot #2
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Learn The 78 Tarot Cards in Two Hours (pt 1/2)
 
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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: 1125829 Ben Lucas
Playing Card Meanings - How to read a deck of cards - Cartomancy
 
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Playing Card Meanings - How to read a deck of cards - Cartomancy More playing card meanings: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vbYUGfWuRzE The art of telling fortunes by cards, known professionally as cartomancy, has been practiced for centuries. Pronounce Cartomancy https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LtNxDkWYVN4 You can find many of these meanings from books, my interpretations come from a few sources, you are of course free to develop your own. 1. Playing Card Divination for Beginner by Richard Webster 2. It's All in the Cards by Chita Lawrence 3. The Fortune Teller's Deck by Jane Lyle Card reading is strictly for fun and entertainment purposes. I only share this to improve your magic or mentalism acts. I in no way endorse spiritualism or speaking to the dead or a practice in the occult. Playing Cards Meaning Playing card meanings Fortune telling with playing cards Cartomancy
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🔮 Secret Tarot Card Meanings Revealed! 🔮 Gregory Scott Tarot 🔮
 
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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: 55348 Gregory Scott
COURT CARDS: Some Approaches | TAROT to the NINES (Video 17)
 
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In this video, I consider the court cards. Are they people? Are they personality types? Are they status symbols? Are they elemental energies? Are they hidden numbers? Are they all of the above - or none? We're about to find out! #TarotToTheNines #TheTarotCourt My video on Tarot and Myers-Briggs: https://youtu.be/tUjdhucjBYs Take a Myers-Briggs test: https://www.16personalities.com/free-personality-test Tarot and Myers-Briggs correspondences: http://tarotavenue.com/myersbriggs/ ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ WHERE TO FIND ME... My *free* TAROT TO THE NINES video series - learn tarot through the lens of number, symbol, sacred geometry, and the perennial philosophy... https://youtu.be/z1NRWS_uUUQ?list=PLGmxYmAlA7R4A_ZGWXv9LGw3LC_Ynrsrg ~~~ Join my TAROT TO THE NINES Facebook group for camaraderie, sharing, and networking and fun with like-minded tarot travellers! https://www.facebook.com/groups/tarottothenines/ ~~~ Join the DEPTH YEAR Facebook group if you're interested in a year of decluttering your mind and your life so you can dive deeply into the things that matter most... https://www.facebook.com/groups/265926987400913/ ~~~ My Amazon bestselling self-help guides: HOW TO FIND YOUR VITAL VOCATION - A Practical Guide to Discovering Your Career Purpose and Getting a Job You LOVE http://viewbook.at/vitalvocationpb REAL FOOD REVIVAL PLAN - How to eat well, get fit and lose weight - on the delicious diet YOU design! http://viewbook.at/RFRPpb ~~~ MY FREE E-BOOKS: Your Creative Career Compass: 8 Simple Steps to Point You In The Direction of Your Dream: http://www.cormackcarr.com/freecareerguide Real Food Reset - includes Shopping Guide and 2 Weeks of Healthy Recipes: http://www.cormackcarr.com/realfoodfreeguide ~~~ MY AMAZON: https://author.to/BrianCormackCarr MY BLOG: http://www.cormackcarr.com TWITTER: http://www.twitter.com/cormackcarr FACEBOOK: http://www.facebook.com/cormackcarr INSTAGRAM: http://www.instagram.com/briancormackcarr
Views: 1068 Brian Cormack Carr
Symbolic meaning in the Pictures of Tarot Cards
 
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what is really in the cards! Symbols and Alchemy, can teach you things, Tarot is to teach you to see things thru symbols and Alchemy! I can show you some examples ! Email: [email protected] Website for readings : http://lpadua11.wix.com/she-ra-seven-tarot?fb_ref=Default
Views: 6803 Ashera Star Goddess
Tarot: Interpretation Without Memorization
 
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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: 39219 Practical Spirituality
Reading Cards without Illustrations in Tarot Effectively | Advanced Pip Card Reading
 
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A little deep-dive into my personal methodology for reading pure pip card decks in Tarot. :) The Minor Arcana cards of pip decks do not show scenes or illustrations - rather, the Tarot cards just show numbers and symbols. How you can read pip cards in the Minor Arcana with your intuition and knowledge combined is what I talk about in this video! DECKS: - Amano Tarot by Yoshitaka Amano - Centennial Tarot with Pamela Coleman Smith's art ____ - PATREON - Support my witchy work & get resources for a conscious life from my heart for you https://www.patreon.com/anyaesma Rewards: Tarot spreads & journaling prompts, collective pick-a-card readings, Tarot snail mail & more Deep thanks to my Patrons: Amethyst Soul Jessica Starr the Story Witch Jennifer Pixiefae Bel Sanderson Moon Mom El Kathia ____ LINKS Example Reading with pip cards for Tarot365 Tag: https://youtu.be/u-nKY5jzlrQ Numerology in Tarot (very old, excuse the audio quality!): https://youtu.be/c3cw4f1ArC0 ____ INSTAGRAM @anya.esma - https://www.instagram.com/anya.esma/ - Follow me! I post spiritual ponderings, Tarot spreads, card interpretations, witchy decor & more ♥ ____ #learningtarot #advancedtarot #pipcards
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Watch Me Make My Characters Tarot Cards! - OC Speedpaint
 
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Don't forget to subscribe! https://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=TechnicolorDust I had the dumb idea to experiment and make tarot cards for my characters. It took me forever to settle on each one. Tabitha's card is The Chariot and Lance's card is Death. This was mostly for fun, and I enjoyed making them. Also I marathoned like 2 seasons of Steven Universe while I made these. Outro music by audionautix.com Social Media - Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/technicolordust/ Tumblr: http://technicolordust.tumblr.com/ DeviantArt: https://technicolordust.deviantart.com/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/technicolrdusty Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/technicolordust/
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Reading symbols meaning in cards
 
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#Tarot #Symbolism #PlayingCards
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Highlighting The 9 Of Swords Within The Tarot Deck Of Cards With Lady Leeanna
 
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Lady Leeanna gives you the deepest meaning within this card as she covers the upright and reversed meanings as well as all the symbols. The nine of swords is one of the most important and deep cards within the deck of the minor arcana or for that matter the major arcana. 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
Reading Tarot Cards - Meaning of Court Cards
 
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Reading Tarot Cards by Goodie Chapter 3 - Meaning of Court Cards We now step into the court cards -- Page, Knight, Queen and King.
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How to Read the Magician Card | Tarot Cards
 
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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/515609-How-to-Read-the-Magician-Card-Tarot-Cards Hello. I'm Ellen Goldberg and I welcome you to this Taro Moment with the School of Oracles. In this segment, we can learn a little bit about the magician. The magician is the first card of the number series. We've already talked about the full which is the zero and as you know, the zero is everywhere. But the number one who's name in numbers is initiation is the first. And of course, this is a very important position so that the person who is on this card is very important character in our own taro journey. This is Mercury, Hermes, the three times great. Hermes Tres Majestis, he who is the one that the entire Hermetic tradition is named for, he who was the initiator, priest, king, and bringer of good unto each and often called also the Scribe of Saturn and giver of each of its 48 books of knowledge including astronomy, astrology, medicine, architecture, mathematics, medicine, you name it. It was said to have come through Hermes-Mercury Tres Majestis. The Hebrew letter that goes with this particular card is called Bet, and Bet means house and it refers back to the time in each of when building was a sacred art practiced by the priest under the jurisdiction of the priest. But also, our home, our body, this is the place we operate from. His intelligence is called the transparent intelligence or I should really make that clear, that the intelligence of Bet, given to it by the oldest book of the Coballa, the Zephyr gets it, uh, the Book of Formation. It gave the each of the letters, and as you know each of the letters and forms so much what the nature or kind of card would mean and that the power that it carries, it gave to Bet, the very appropriate title of the transparent intelligence. He is in an octipal position, a Mudra, with one arm raised and one are holding a magic wand, but the real magic wand is the finger that he points downwards because he's transparent and that energy comes right through him. He is bringing the energy from above to below. The primary Hermetic action of this tradition is as above, so below. We are a microcasm of the macrocasm and when we unite the macrocasm with the microcasm that is ourself, why that's the completion of the great work of self realization. You'll notice that the above the magician there are roses, and below him is he points with that finger of Jupiter, there are both roses and lilies. And this indicate symbolically in the taro that he has brought so much marvelous energy through him that he brings down not only the roses but creates something even richer and more beautiful. On the table before him, you'll see the symbols of the four suits of the taro, there's a wand, a cup, a sword and a pentacle and he is ready to work. The table is sometimes referred to as the Field of Attention. And one of the greatest lessons that we can learn by meditating on this card is that of concentration. In fact meditating on this card will help your power of choice and power of concentration. Tom Berg says about the magician, "He who finds the silence in the power of concentration without effort is never alone." The forces from heaven, the forces from on high are there supporting him from then on. And that is true about this card, this develops concentration without effort. The magician is totally focused on what he was doing but he's relaxed. When this card comes in it's upper polarity, it has to do with the power of concentration with making good, skillful choices with directing energy from above to below. When it's in its lower polarity, hmm, then the tricks that's part of Mercury comes to the forward. In fact, this card when it's given the rulership is ruled by the planet Mercury. Yes, on the lower polarity is plenty tricky. It also could be scattered forces or confusion, or the inability to make a choice. Enjoy it, take the pose, feel what it's like to pull energy down. Use this card to develop your own skill. He's our guide through the rest of the whole journey.
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Symbolism of The Wild Unknown Deck 🔮
 
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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
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Reading Tarot Cards - Meaning of Four Suits
 
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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: 29187 Goodie
Lovers Card colours and symbols in Rider Waite Tarot Cards by Amanda Goldston Tarot Author
 
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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: 3212 Amanda Goldston
The Magician Tarot card: Symbolism, Numerology, Meaning
 
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Welcome friend, in this video lets speak about The Magician Tarot card: Symbolism, Numerology, Meaning Subjects mentioned: The meaning of number 1 The meaning of the color yellow The meaning of the Rose symbol The meaning of the Lily symbol The meaning of the Infinity symbol The meaning of the color red and white The meaning of the 4 suits of the tarot The meaning of the uroboros The meaning of the letter A and the number 8 And much more Books that helped me to create this video: - "The Book of Thoth" by Aleister Crowley - “ The Secret Science of Numerology“ by Shirley Blackwell Lawrence - The Pictorial Key to the Tarot by A.E. Waite (1910) - The Big Internet Playlist for the Tarot cards: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AjbKTPp_eJ0&list=PLt8riU3DmW8mXxd5v9yzofao0zrbx1NO- Support Liquor of Wisdom through Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/liquorofwisdom My book is now available: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B073R3FZNS/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1499319298&sr=8-1&keywords=nicole+elenoir
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TAROT CARDS DECIDE WHAT I DRAW
 
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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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Difference Between Tarot Cards & Oracle Cards - Where & How To Start! -For Beginners
 
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This video shows the differences between Tarot and Oracle Cards. Also where and how to start especially if a beginner. There are differences between the two shown in this video. Also revealing how anyone can learn and use both for themselves and others and not to be intimidated! Tarot Cards- while Rider Waite Smith are often used they are not the first or only decks. Tarot Cards come in all styles themes and versions. However RWS decks are often the best place to start as the images contain symbols that represent the meaning for the cards very easily and intuitively you can understand faster. Once you learn the symbols and images you can buy and use other decks that do not have those symbols but appreciate the artwork and have the language of the cards in the back of your mind to help you. Using RWS first helps to learn cards right away. Remember not to feel intimidated by learning as you have lived the tarot so each card you have lived in some point of your life which will help you remember. Tarot Cards are used to see the future, what’s surrounding you and basically your journey. You live the Tarot! Oracle Cards- Oracle Cards you can just buy and use instantly. There is nothing to know beforehand. The meanings are right on the cards or in the accompanying booklet with the cards. Anyone can use oracle cards alone or in addition to tarot cards for a reading. They come in all themes and artwork with different messages. Most oracle cards are used for spiritual guidance, uplift the spirit, encouragement, and instant support of spirit. Spreads are often suggested but as you use cards you form your own relationship and can intuitively formulate your own spreads and interpretations as you work with them. Only warning! Once you start the tarot and oracle journey it is often addictive. There are so many gorgeous decks and you will feel pulled to purchase and work with these divine tools for further communication and deepen your connection to spirit and with yourself feel yourself expanding and growing along the way! :) Overall - Tarot cards and oracle cards are amazing to use for spiritual guidance, uplift your spirit, increase your spiritual connection and increase your intuition even in your daily life! Enjoy! Check out my channel for more tips and also close up reviews of many different decks as you may find more you like there! *Thanks for liking & subscribing to this new channel!*
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How to Read the Fool Card | Tarot Cards
 
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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/515608-How-to-Read-the-Fool-Card-Tarot-Cards Hello, I’m Ellen Goldberg and welcome to a tarot moment from the School of Oracles.  In this segment we’re going to take a peek at the fool card.  The fool is the first card of the Major Arcana.  Its number is zero and that means that the zero, which is the ellipse of spirit, represents the no thing, which is one of the names of game.  When is something no-thing in particular, it also means it’s everything and the fool is everything and everywhere.  Therefore no matter what system you use and whether they place the fool at the beginning, the end or in the middle of the deck, they’re right because it is.  Spirit permeates everything and this is thecard that represents the presence of the Holy Spirit.  The fool is drawn as a young person and really rather androgynous, in fact many times they refer to is at the Holy Androgyne because spirit is neither masculine nor feminine or, we could say,both really. It’s young because spirit is always young.  You’ll notice in the card that there is arising sign behind…a sun behind it representing that the sun is also spirit and notice how the fool’s staff is in direct alignment with one of the rays of the sun.  The sun is rising in the east because spirit is not at its zenith, as soon as something’s at its zenith, then it starts to go downward and so they show in this card a young person a rising sun; the way spirit is forever fresh. In Kabbalah they believe that the world has not only been created by the divine, by God, but it is constantly being created.  The fool is represented or is allied with the first letter of the Hebrew alphabet. There are 22 letters in the Hebrew alphabet and 22 major trumps and in Kabbalistic tarot, which is kind of what I’m talking about here, the meaning of the card draws so much of its meaning from the Hebrew letter and all of the associations that were given to that letter. This letter is Aleph, aleph is humble letter that actually has no real sound.  Its sound is the sound of breath and in the Kabbalistic law they say that when God was putting the alphabet together it was humble Aleph who didn't even come forward to request being the first letter that they gave this place of honor. And it sounds, “hhhhaaaa”, like the sound of breath being expelled. I say that because Aleph is associated with the divine life breath of Ruach alone because it is the fiery or scintillating intelligence.  Says the Kabbalah, “It is the fire, the breath that brings life into our body”. The fool, if you meditate on it, meaning all you have to do is put it in front of you and gaze at it for five minutes at a time, allow yourself to let your eyes roam over it and it will sort of rise up off the page and, in someway, it will enter you and stimulate your own unconscious.  It will bring to you a spiritual effervescence.  It raises your spirits, it encourages creativity and new cycles of life. The fool is an archetype of spirit and it is found in all cultures in different forms and like all archetypes, it has a higher and lower polarity.  In its highest polarity,this card will represent for you, many times in a reading, originality,spiritual motivation, leaping into a new phase of life.  On the lower polarity, well then it really could be foolishness, eccentricity, wild crazy schemes and really taking chances and leaping before you look.  This card, this fool is about to walk off the side of a cliff.  It means that…it shows us, spirit, descending gladly down into the world of manifestation. It comes down here but you have to be a little bit of a fool if you know life on planet earth to take an incarnation on this planet because this is not an easy place.  But meditating on a card like a fool to lift your spirits, bring spirit closer to you is the best antidote.
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Part 1. Card 1 of 78 - Learn Tarot Quickly - The Fool Card Symbols for Beginners
 
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Part 1. Observe the symbols on the card, get to know the card, get feeling from the card. Part 2. Learn how to read the cards side by side. What does it mean when they appear reversed based off what you know from the symbols. Learn the spreads. Part 3. How does the TAROT relate to the Qabala? NOTE: Images used from The Pictorial Key to the Tarot By Arthur Edward Waite with Illustrations By Pamela Colman Smith. [1911] for educational purpose only. https://parathatsnotnormal.com/magick-2/videos-learn-tarot-quickly-series/
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How to Read the Wheel of Fortune Card | Tarot Cards
 
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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/515618-How-to-Read-the-Wheel-of-Fortune-Card-Tarot-Cards Hello.  I'm Ellen Goldberg, and I welcome you to A Tarot Moment from the School of Oracles.  In this segment, we're going to take a look at the Wheel of Fortune. Here we've come to the mid point of the deck of the major arcana, of course.  Actually, the mid point are three cards:  atryptic, the wheel of fortune, justice and the hanged man.  So this is the beginning of the center, and the wheel is about to take a turn. This card is associated with the Hebrew letter Kaf, which means the hand of man in the act of grasping, but here the grasping hand represents comprehension, and the comprehension is of the cycles of life and the laws of karma and the laws of the universe.  When the wheel spins, if you're on the outer rim, you're gonna get thrown this way and that.  But when there's a spinning wheel and you're in the center, why, you can remain clear and stationary even as the wheel spins, and this card is a way of bringing us to our center and announcing new cycles of life and ways of perceiving it, controlling them, and entering them, because if we understand the laws of the universe and, in fact, its Hebrew letter Kaf, it was given the planet Jupiter who rules the laws of the universe as its astrological counterpart.  Jupiter is beneficent and this wheel would like to make a good turn for us. It's a complex card.  It's really more like a mondala than any of the other major arcana cards, there are so many component parts to it.  We see in the four corners the four animals that Ezekiel saw when he had his vision.  Actually, they're the four fixed signs of the zodiac.  The angel is Aquarius, the eagle stands for Scorpio, the bull is Taurus an the lion is Leo.  These are the four pillars of the year. Closer to the wheel we have the sphinx, which is Isis Hathor.  She is the one that stays stationary as the wheel turns, and who propounds the riddle of existence.  How well do you understand and use the laws of cycle, the laws of karma, and understand that what goes around comes around? The snake is the golden snake that comes down into manifestation.  For some it may be the idea of evil as in the snake in the garden of Eden, but for others its vibration.  Notice the vibrating look to his body.  And he comes into the Sea of Manifestation.  We have to deal with all kinds of things down here once we've manifested on planet Earth, and something has to bring it down to us and manifestation includes both good and evil. The rising figure that's red is Anubis, really a combination of Hermes and Anubis, the guider of souls and the symbol of the ever-evolving human consciousness.  It is called sometimes Hermanubis.  They contract the two names together, and this shows our potential for evolution. Look how many interesting things are going on inside the wheel.  The letters on the farthest rim of the wheel you can see that there are both Hebrew letters and the word tarot intermixed together.  We start at the top and if we go in a clockwise direction we can read T-A-R-O-T.  If we also start right after the T and go clockwise we can read the four letters of the name of God in Hebrew, Yud He Vav He. Tarot is a very interesting word and there are all kinds of theories as to what it actually means.  Many, of course, say it simply comes from the Italian word Tarotche, which was a game of cards that this deck may have evolved from or may have sheltered this knowledge until the world was ready for it, but in another way those letter, those four letters, they are an anagram for a very special sentence, and they make up four very interesting words.  First of all, depending on where we start we can see if we start with the R, we have Rota, R-O-T-A.  That's wheel.  Then, of course, we have taro, T-A-R-O, and we have the Latin, if we start with the O and go counterclockwise we have Orat, O-R-A-T, to speak, in Latin. We also have the Hebrew Tora, T-O-R-A, which is the law.  And lastly we start with the A and go counterclockwise, we have A-T-O-R, which is a form of the name Hathor, the Egyptian goddess of nature.  Put these together and we have "The wheel of the taro speaks of the laws of nature," or "the laws of Hathor." On the inner part of the wheel, we have alchemical symbols, mercury, sulfur, salt and the Aquarius symbol down at the bottom, those double waves, which is the al
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Reading Tarot Cards - Minor Arcana: Kings
 
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Reading Tarot Cards by Goodie Chapter 3 - Minor Arcana: Kings This is the last of individual meaning of cards. I will take a couple of weeks off, and then continue to upload the meaning of colors and symbols, and types of spreads, and so on.
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Reading Tarot Cards - Major 18: The Moon
 
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Reading Tarot Cards by Goodie Chapter 2 - Major Arcana: 18. The Moon
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Tarot Card Magick: How to Use Tarot Cards In Your Magick
 
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Tarot Card Magick: How to Use Tarot Cards In Your Magick In this video. I will read two chapters of my book Tarot Card Magick. This video will discuss the importance of symbols. The books broader premise is to explain how you can use the power and symbolism of the Tarot in your occult practices. This book will give you all the information you need to ac hive this goal. For more information on Baal's work please go to: https://baalkadmon.com/amazon For Occult Courses, please go to https://www.occultcourses.com
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Recognizing Zodiac Correlations in Tarot Cards
 
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A guide to recognizing Zodiac correlations in Major Arcana and Court Cards. Music by: Stewart Copeland "Twilight Harbour" Spyro the Dragon Insomniac Games
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How to Read the Hermit Card | Tarot Cards
 
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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/515617-How-to-Read-the-Hermit-Card-Tarot-Cards Hello, I’m Ellen Goldberg and I welcome to a tarot moment from the School of Oracles.  In thissegment we’re going to look at the card of the hermit.  The hermit is the ninth card in the series oftarot trumps, the major arcana.  And nine is the number of completion as it is the last of the single digit numbers, in fact, completion is the name of the number nine.  The hermit is the fool returned to the mountain top after an entire cycle of experience now, instead of being a fool,he’s a way shower.  He’s holding a lamp to guide the way for others so that they too can reach the top of the mountain which is the symbol of spiritual illumination. “Make of yourself a lamp” said the Buddha and this is what the hermit has done.  Now the hermit’s Hebrew letter is Yod, the actual building block of the entire Hebrew alphabet. Yod, Y-O-D, in English, is a magical letter, it’s a seed.  This card is ruled by the sign of Virgo.  Some say Virgo is a virgin which is not a virgin in the sense that we think of someone who has never had sex because actually the hermit is an intense spiritual, sexual ecstasy because we only see half of him; the other half is turned towards the divine. Virgo is really virgin like a virgin forest meaning complete and whole and to herself.  This card,given the attribution of sexual intercourse by the zephyr yet Sayda to the letter Yod because this is the casting of the seed of creation.  The Virgo that we love is much more complex that people would know.  It is where our chemical transformation takes place because Virgo rules the intestines and in the intestines real physical transformation takes place when you’re going to become an addict. We find him alone, sometimes the card is drawn and you see it as dark night, but the hermit is never alone; he’s constantly accompanied by the divine.  The staff of the hermit is the magic wand of the magician.  Whenever you see a person drawn in the tarot in profile with a white beard, they’re showing you that this is a version of God. For the wise old man of meaning is always shown in profile; half towards us, half towards the spiritual reality. Sometimes this card is the inner teacher and it will show up in your dreams.   I find that the hermit shows up in dreams as a wise old man or a wise old woman more frequently than any other archetype.  Very available and you caninvoke this when you go to sleep.  It was said in the Greek gospels, in the Gnostic gospels that the original idea of solitary meant to be unified.  In fact,the Christ said, “I, Jesus, say this, that when a person finds themselves solitary they will be filled with light but if they are divided, they will be filled with darkness”. ‘ When this card comes in your reading on its upper polarity it has to do with union, it has to do with being taken care of and the presence of the inner teacher.   It’s wise, it has foresight, this provision because Virgo takes care of the world and feeds the world, she rules the time of the harvest. When this card is on its lower polarity, you may find yourself divided from your own inner nature, true solitary, feeling isolation.  Or instead of the wonderful maturity that this card brings when it is used in its highest sense, you may find someone with a Peter Pan Complex who refuses to grow up.  Immaturity, refusing to take any provisions for the future and just kind of like the ant and the grasshopper.  The grasshopper just living for today and not thinking about what may come tomorrow.
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Part 1. Card 3 of 78 - Learn Tarot Quickly - The High Priestess Card Symbols for Beginners
 
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Part 1. Observe the symbols on the card, get to know the card, get feeling from the card. Part 2. Learn how to read the cards side by side. What does it mean when they appear reversed based off what you know from the symbols. Learn the spreads. Part 3. How does the TAROT relate to the Qabala? NOTE: Images used from The Pictorial Key to the Tarot By Arthur Edward Waite with Illustrations By Pamela Colman Smith. [1911] for educational purpose only. https://parathatsnotnormal.com/magick-2/videos-learn-tarot-quickly-series/
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Reading Tarot Cards - Major 10: Wheel of Fortune
 
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Reading Tarot Cards by Goodie Chapter 2 - Major Arcana: 10. Wheel of Fortune
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Reading Tarot Cards - Major 9: The Hermit
 
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Reading Tarot Cards by Goodie Chapter 2 - Major Arcana: 9. The Hermit
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Unboxing (Review) of the Game of Thrones Tarot Cards
 
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Unboxing (Review) of the popular HBO TV series Game of Thrones Tarot Cards. I was not paid by anyone to make this video review, these cards were bought by husband. This video is my honest review. The characters in the cards: Ned Stark, Tyrion Lannister, Jaime Lannister, Sansa Stark, Queen Cersei (Lannister) Baratheon, Daenerys Targaryen, Jon Snow, Sansa Stark, Arya Stark, Olenna (Redwyne) Tyrell, Brandon "Bran" Stark, men of the night watch, mother of dragons, red wich, man with no name, winter is coming, the wall, kings landing, Knight walker, Three eyed raven, moon roof, 7 kingdoms, Ramsay Bolton, Melisandre, Sandor Clegane, Ygritte, Brienne of Tarth, Petyr Baelish, Varys, Samwell Tarly. I love these cards, they are beautiful if you interested owning your own deck - http://soulconnections.net/readings-services/tarot/ For more information about me and the services I offer: ♥︎ http://www.soulconnections.net ♥︎ http://www.lovereader.net/ ♥︎ http://www.soulmatereader.com ♥︎ http://www.soulmateconnections.net ♥︎ http://www.divinesoulmate.com ♥︎♥︎♥︎♥︎♥︎♥︎♥︎♥︎♥︎♥︎♥︎♥︎♥︎♥︎♥︎♥︎♥︎♥︎♥︎♥︎♥︎♥︎♥︎♥︎♥︎♥︎♥︎ Follow me on Social media: ►Facebook ~ https://www.facebook.com/soulconections/ ►Instagram ~ https://www.instagram.com/soul.connections/ ►Twitter ~ https://twitter.com/Soulmatereader ►Pintrest ~ https://www.pinterest.com/soulconections/ __ Watch my Q&A Soulmates and Twinflames Part 1-7 video series. ►https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=m9hHOllFv8s&list=PLq4N0t_9f6tJJoBGPj1OHvrCD65N-3I-w&index=1
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Part 1. Card 9 of 78 - Learn Tarot Quickly - Strength Card Symbols for Beginners
 
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Part 1. Observe the symbols on the card, get to know the card, get feeling from the card. Part 2. Learn how to read the cards side by side. What does it mean when they appear reversed based off what you know from the symbols. Learn the spreads. Part 3. How does the TAROT relate to the Qabala? NOTE: Images used from The Pictorial Key to the Tarot By Arthur Edward Waite with Illustrations By Pamela Colman Smith. [1911] for educational purpose only. http://parathatsnotnormal.com/magick-2/videos-learn-tarot-quickly-series/
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Part 1. Card 8 of 78 - Learn Tarot Quickly - The Chariot Card Symbols for Beginners
 
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Part 1. Observe the symbols on the card, get to know the card, get feeling from the card. Part 2. Learn how to read the cards side by side. What does it mean when they appear reversed based off what you know from the symbols. Learn the spreads. Part 3. How does the TAROT relate to the Qabala? NOTE: Images used from The Pictorial Key to the Tarot By Arthur Edward Waite with Illustrations By Pamela Colman Smith. [1911] for educational purpose only. http://parathatsnotnormal.com/magick-2/videos-learn-tarot-quickly-series/
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Part 1. Card 15 of 78 - Learn Tarot Quickly - Temperance Card Symbols for Beginners
 
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Part 1. Observe the symbols on the card, get to know the card, get feeling from the card. Part 2. Learn how to read the cards side by side. What does it mean when they appear reversed based off what you know from the symbols. Learn the spreads. Part 3. How does the TAROT relate to the Qabala? NOTE: Images used from The Pictorial Key to the Tarot By Arthur Edward Waite with Illustrations By Pamela Colman Smith. [1911] for educational purpose only. http://parathatsnotnormal.com/magick-2/videos-learn-tarot-quickly-series/
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Reading Tarot Cards - Meaning of Numbers
 
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Reading Tarot Cards by Goodie Chapter 3 - Meaning of Numbers Now is the time to look into the meaning of each numbers. The sequence from one to ten represents a little journey through our lives.
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Part 1. Card 12 of 78 - Learn Tarot Quickly - Justice Card Symbols for Beginners
 
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Part 1. Observe the symbols on the card, get to know the card, get feeling from the card. Part 2. Learn how to read the cards side by side. What does it mean when they appear reversed based off what you know from the symbols. Learn the spreads. Part 3. How does the TAROT relate to the Qabala? NOTE: Images used from The Pictorial Key to the Tarot By Arthur Edward Waite with Illustrations By Pamela Colman Smith. [1911] for educational purpose only. http://parathatsnotnormal.com/magick-2/videos-learn-tarot-quickly-series/
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Suit of Pentacles | Tarot Cards
 
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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/515599-Suit-of-Pentacles-Tarot-Cards Hello.  I am Ellen Goldberg and I welcome you to this tarot moment from the School of Oracles.  This segment is to introduce the suit of pentacles.  The tarot has four suits: wands, cups, swords, and pentacles.  The wands being vitality and beginning, the cups having to do with emotions, psychic events, the swords with truth, identity, and process and change, and here, we come to the suit of Earth: pentacles.  Results.  Pentacles are all about life on the Earth plain.  They are about material manifestation.  When there are many pentacles in a reading, you know they are interested in what has actually manifesting in your life.  Its also about the world as a path to spirit.  Because pentacles are not just Earth; they represent a philosophy, that everything in this world, in this material world, is imbued with spirit.  Some people call pentacles a coin or a disc.  You will hear them describe variously by different taroists and in different books, but I prefer the name pentacles, and you see that the title pentacle, is on the card, and the pentacle is not just a coin, it is a magical symbol of Earth.  Notice the pentagram, the symbol of man, on the pentacle.  The pentacles have a season; that season is winter and they have a direction; that direction is North.  Pentacles are not just the material ground that we walk on;  they also represent home and our most personal home, the home of our spirit and soul, our body.  So, again, when there are many pentacles in a reading, they could equally be talking about manifestation of some project, your own body, your home, the results and they also deal with work.  Wands deal with work also, but in an entrepreneurial sense.  Pentacles deal with work in the idea of things that are made and sold.  I hope you have enjoyed this introduction to the pentacles and I hope to see you soon again.  Bye for now.
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Reading Tarot Cards - Minor Arcana: Threes
 
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Reading Tarot Cards by Goodie Chapter 3 - Minor Arcana: Threes
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Suit of Cups | Tarot Cards
 
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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/515597-Suit-of-Cups-Tarot-Cards Hello. I'm Ellen Goldberg and welcome to a taro moment from the School of Oracles. This segment is an introduction to the suit of cups, one of the 4 suits of the minor arcana. The cups are the receptive suits. They're feminine and as you see the picture of the cup, the holy spirit represented by the dove is holding a little wafer which represents earth and coming into the cup of receptivity and the cup runneth over. In each of these aces, but we'll have a separate segment on the aces, it's the hand of God holding the representation of the element of the suit. Cups are associated with the season of summer and with the direction west. We see that there are little "yuds," the building blocks of the Hebrew alphabet floating in the air. There are 26 of them in this card in the Ride Awake because that is the number that the name of God in Hebrew add up to. Cups are pleasure-loving and because they're receptive, they receive not only impressions and feelings form the atmosphere but they are the psychic suit. This is the suit that deals with emotions, psychic activities and really creativity because really we receive creativity oftentimes from a source beyond ourselves. We know that in "inspiration," meaning spirit flowing into us and then it flows out of us. That is why the cup runs over in this card so that we share what we have with the world. When you find that you have done the layout for yourself or reading and there are many cups, more than any other suit then perhaps there is a special emphasis on emotional life, psychic development, creative life. Pay attention to these cups. These mean so much to us. Thank you for being with me and bye for now.
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The Death Card - Learning Tarot: Meaning & Symbolism
 
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What does Death mean in tarot? The following comes from my section on the Death card in my book Tarot Unlocking the Arcana which can be purchased on Amazon http://a.co/0MmepAO
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How to Read the Sun Card | Tarot Cards
 
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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/515627-How-to-Read-the-Sun-Card-Tarot-Cards Hello, I'm Ellen Goldberg and I welcome you to this tarot moment with the School of Oracles. In this segment, we're going to look at the sun card and what a beautiful card it is. This is the fifth stage of spiritual unfoldment and it is the fool as the wisdom child; naked, devesting itself of all worldly things, on it's way back to spirit. This card is the sunny world of direct experience and the last card, the moon, and we were asleep and here comes an awakening. This stage, awakening, is a very wonderful time. Is a very wonderful time. It's a time when you become, or starting to become, an addict. In alchemy, the great work is often referred to as the path of the sun. The Hebrew letter associated with the sun card is resh, which means face, or continence, and you can see that continence in the image of the sun itself, similar to the way they draw the sun in all the old alchemy books. It's to intermede that all of these things, the sun, the moon, are alive beings, not just objects in the sky, but filled with intelligence and life.  The horse that the child rides [inaudible] represents solar energy and that red flag is the vibration of the Mars voice. The alchemical marriage of the sun and moon has taken place as shown by the alternating rays emanating from the sun. The masculine and feminine, radiation and vibration. The sun flowers are also sacred to the sun. The face on the sun shows that it is an alive being, the sun is a symbol of the divine and in the ancient world the word helios in Greek meant both sun and god. When you receive this card, know that a tremendous regeneration is taking place. There is a liveness, healing, and much healing can take place for you. There is something child-like that we would love to have within us in the best way.  On the lower polarity, this card is a [inaudible] card. On the higher polarity, sometimes it announces the birth of a child because it's fruitful and there is, of course, a child on the card. On the lower polarity, it's sterility, can even be death, if it is found in conjunction with the death card, and other cards of a similar nature being reversed. But, mostly it would have to do with egocentricity. Instead of being child-like, it would be an infantile willfulness and closed to the brightness and beauty of life. On behalf of myself and the School of Oracles, I thank you for being with me. Bye for now.
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History of Tarot | Tarot Cards
 
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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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How to Read the Aces | Tarot Cards
 
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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/515630-How-to-Read-the-Aces-Tarot-Cards Hello, I’m Ellen Goldberg and welcome to A Tarot Moment from the School of Oracles. In this segment, we’re gonna take a brief look at the four aces. The four aces are the leading card of each of the four suits and they embody the element in their purest form. In fact, their name is always the root of the element of whichever suit. And that root has its being miss in heaven.The aces are very powerful cards. They’re the most powerful cards in the Minor Arcana. When you get an ace in the reading, you know that something very big is happening. A strong force is present and you take it seriously. Each of these is very close the meaning of itself and we’ve done segments on the four elements so it might be fun to go and refer to them also to refer to them as the Tree of Life because we talked about how each of the groups of cards, the twos, the threes, and of course the aces belong to the corresponding Sephira on the Tree of Life.  The aces belong to the very top of the Tree of Life, the Kether.And therefore, it is spirit incarnate or actually not incarnate yet, but spirit on its way to be incarnate. The Ace of Wands you see is a masculine card.Notice how the Wand is very valiant looking. It’s so alive. The little green leaves show the onrushing of spring. They shape very much like yards which is a seed, the building block of the entire Hebrew alphabet. There’s power here, and vitality, and passion. When the Ace of Wands comes in the reading and it’s well dignified know that there could not be any better card to receive at the commencement of an enterprise because there is so much of the onrushing force of life here. There’s potency, there’s energy. When it’s in a more negative mode, or ill-dignified, lower polarity then it’s energy that is impudent or too much energy, fury, and calamity. Be aware negative Ace of Wands can have so much energy all blocked up that it can be very damaging. The Ace of Cups is feminine and all the aces are gonna alternate masculine, feminine, masculine, and feminine, the Ace of Cups because cups refer to emotions, psychic development,feelings, intuition, creativity, and love. We see what a loving card it is as the dove who is sacred to Venus descends to the cup of receptivity, ad fills the cup so, so that it runs over. When you get the Ace of Cups in the reading on the higher polarity, it’s love, yearning, psychic development, caring, inspiration.On the lower polarity it could be psychic drain or you going down the drain emotionally, or the creativity all blocked up for someone who is totally self-absorbed. The Ace of Swords is one of the most important parts in the deck because swords are the change suit, and the ace being the most powerful of the swords. This is the card of ultimate change. Change is coming, change in your process. This is the sword of truth and it represents the middle pillar on the Tree of Life. How do we know that? Because we see the top, the Crown which is Kether. We see somewhere in the middle the six floating Yods which represents the sixth sephira, Tipareth, the Sun which is the direct reflection of Kether. Each of the hand of aces which is the hand of God will often see it appear like this in all the alchemical and spiritual manuscripts. And each hand is slightly different. You can kind of see the personality that it give to the element. That hand on the Ace of Swords is ready for action. This is the sword of spiritual brightness,is a sword of truth. When the Ace of Swords shows up in the reading, know that there’s going to be a lot of change in your own personal process, or even more importantly, change in your thoughts about yourself, your identity. The “I am…”you fill in the blank is one of the things that determines our entire experience of life. This card will show you that there is an enormous powerful force at work could be for good or could be for evil or could be for evil because the greater the light, the greater the shadow. And when this card is in its lower polarity,there is untruth. There is the invoking of force, uh, for, well, purposes that are just no good. There’s a lot of power here. When it’s upright, think of the brightest, finest, truthful things in the world, then when it’s reversed there’s lies and deceit and change in blocked. The Ace of Pentacles is like the sun in the sky. The pentacle a
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💎 Signs + Symbols When Meeting Your SOULMATE 🌸 PICK A CARD 💫
 
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Tarot Clarification Cards
 
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Ever have a Tarot reading completely baffle you? Cards that don’t seem to relate to each other or to the question you asked? Ever stare at the cards and say, WHAT THE HECK ARE YOU TRYING TO SAY?!? You are not alone. Even professional cartomancers have moments like that. But what separates the pros from the amateurs is how they handle that moment. And the professionals know what to do: Use Clarification Cards! Guidelines for Clarification Cards 1. Know when to draw cards for clarification 2. Know how many cards to draw for clarification 3. Know where to place the clarification card (or cards), and 4. Know exactly what kind of information you are asking the cards to provide Videos mentioned in this video: “When will it happen?” – Timing with Tarot” video: https://youtu.be/s0X47Py0dQQ Four Tools to Master the Minor Arcana https://youtu.be/dEDoQbzPQEI Decks used in this video: The Deck of 1000 Spreads By Tierney Sadler Published by Llewellyn Publications, 2013 Morgan-Greer Tarot Illustrated by Bill Greer Under the direction of Lloyd Morgan Published by U.S. Games Systems, Inc., 1979 Tiny Universal Waite Tarot Colored by Mary Hanson-Roberts Based on drawings of Pamela Colman Smith Published by U.S. Games Systems, Inc., 1998
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Part 1. Card 6 of 78 - Learn Tarot Quickly - The Hierophant Card Symbols for Beginners
 
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Part 1. Observe the symbols on the card, get to know the card, get feeling from the card. Part 2. Learn how to read the cards side by side. What does it mean when they appear reversed based off what you know from the symbols. Learn the spreads. Part 3. How does the TAROT relate to the Qabala? NOTE: Images used from The Pictorial Key to the Tarot By Arthur Edward Waite with Illustrations By Pamela Colman Smith. [1911] for educational purpose only. http://parathatsnotnormal.com/magick-2/videos-learn-tarot-quickly-series/
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