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Click here for glossaries: A-C | D-G | H-K | L-N | O-Q | R-T | U-Z The tarot is a great tool for unbiased introspection as well as insight to the unknown and things around you and your clients! With this glossary, you can increase your knowledge, abilities, and tarot symbolism to ensure that you are fully in tune with your favorite decks! Ace: This is the first card in every minor suit. Also known as card "One," this card sets the foundation for the rest of the suit. This translates directly as a solid foundation of whatever that suit entails.
And why should anyone care about it anyway? Originally published January 11, 2010, by Jess Karlin (Tarot nom de guerre or magie for Glenn F. Wright) Introduction
Ever get a tarot reading and you aren’t thrilling on the “likely outcome”? Most of the time, we are emotionally invested in a particular result (especially when it comes to romance). No one likes to hear that they are not going to get what they want (cue the Rolling Stones). So what can you do when the future is looking oh-so-craptacular?
Often my clients are hesitant on how they should go about “asking” the tarot their question. It’s a totally legitimate concern! And one that can really make the difference between a great reading, and a “meh” reading. Luckily part of my job as a professional tarot card reader is to help guide the client in creating a question that will set them up to get the most out of the cards and their reading. Here are some tips you can use when forming your question for your tarot card reading:
Looking to learn tarot? Want to conduct your own readings, for yourself or someone else? Have you picked up tarot books and been either overwhelmed by the sheer volume of information, or underwhelmed by the tiny snippets that make no sense? Tired of getting a bunch of frou-frou jibber jabber every time you want to know what a card means? Well, have I got something for you, sugar breeches! The Sassy Tarot Little White Book is just what you need.
Grounding the Trumps in the Marseille Pattern All of the esoteric choices for the Tarot of the Holy Light were been made based on the structures inherent to the Marseilles packs. In the generations between the earliest numbered packs and the Etteilla pack, there were certain conventions that were observed by the vast majority of Tarot makers and users, especially those who were literate in the magical alphabets of Hebrew, Greek and Latin. A central detail of the Marseille-styled packs is the convention of numbering the Trumps from #1 = Mountebank through the number-letters to the final, unnumbered Fool (which eventually was granted a Zero). Many historians point to the Anonymous Parisian Tarot as our earliest intact Marseille-ordered Tarot, and it hails from the 1550's.
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Introduction: To our Lady Readers-Astronomy-and Astrology-Intuition-Fortune-telling by the Tarot in Seven Lessons. 1st Lesson: Simplification of the Rules of Fortune-telling by the Tarot. 2nd Lesson: Minor Arcana-Significations-A good Memory unnecessary for their retention-Key to the Divining Tarot-Sceptres-Cups-Swords-Pentacles. 3rd Lesson: Major Arcana-Significations from a Divining Point of View. 4th Lesson: Basis of the Application of this Knowledge-Arrangement of the Cards. 5th Lesson: Reading the Tarot-Rapid Process-Elaborate Process. 6th Lesson: Etteila's original and unpublished Method of reading the Tarot (from one of his rarest works): 1st deal-2nd deal-3rd deal-4th deal. 7th Lesson. Conclusion-Bibliography. THE first part of our study of the Tarot, full of numbers, of Hebrew letters, and abstract deductions, is not calculated to attract the attention of ladies.
The Pictorial Key to the Tarot: Part III: The Outer Method of the Oracles: Section 7: An Ancient Celtic Method of DivinationSacred Texts Tarot Tarot Reading Index Previous Next Buy this Book at Amazon.com The Pictorial Key to the Tarot , by A.E. Waite, ill. by Pamela Colman Smith , at sacred-texts.com
Hi, for those that are having problems thinking of questions to ask the tarot, I have compiled all of these questions and issues into a long list. I hope this helps someone, I wish I would have compiled these earlier, lol. Anyway enjoy! Tarot Questions The shadow side Advice from a mythical being What would a mythical being say?
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The Hierophant is one who shows forth what is holy. He is primarily associated with the flow and transmission of tradition, a concept that troubles a few in our free-thinking times. Let’s remember that ‘tradition’ derives from the latin traditio or ‘I hand over.’ Tradition is not fixed, but is an ever-flowing wisdom in every generation. The ancient tarots make this card a Pope, while the more recent ones return to an older tradition of the hierophants of the Greek Mysteries. Both Pope and Hierophant drawing upon earlier traditions and represent important concepts.
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