Tarot Card Meanings Free Tarot Card Meanings - The Major Arcana Use the menu in the right hand sidebar to select the tarot card you would like to know more about. We currently only list the meanings of the Major Arcana. The Zodiac, Cherubim & The Sphinx - Zodiac astrology mythology, Egypt sphinx Mars sphinx face Egypt pyramid Mars pyramids, angels, aliens, ufos, sphinx cherubim Ezekiel 41:18 And it (the paneling of the holy place of the temple) was made with cherubs ...and two faces were to a cherub, the face of a man, toward the palm tree from here, and a young lion's face toward the palm tree from there. It was made to all the house round and round...on the wall of the temple. Myth and God's Message in the Heavens The pictures found today in the zodiac were not developed by the Greeks, but were in place perhaps as early as 4000 B.C. predating even the civilizations of Sumeria . These pictures were not merely arranged in haphazard order to aid in the tracking of the star movements, but with the purpose of depicting an epic narrative. Authors like Bullinger and Seiss have suggested that there is a deeper meaning, one that goes beyond even the most illuminated of occult interpretations.
Ancient Astrology and Divination on the Web Welcome to Ancient Astrology and Divination on the Web . This an organized, annotated set of more than 215 links to reliable information about ancient (primarily Greek and Roman) astrology and divination. It is designed to provide some alternative to web searches that turn up dozens of pages by astrologers, tarot readers, and palmists--most seeking your money and all "believers." Tarot Card Meanings - Understanding Rider-Waite-Smith Tarot Cards Divination Tarot cards represent lessons, situations, events, interactions and influences that affect people. The cards feature descriptive imagery designed to project the possibilities of a situation or influence. Free Tarot Reading Your Free Tarot Reading Tarot readings provide guidance as to how we can achieve or manifest our goals. The Tarot can help us discover what is influencing us and may even uncover situations that we may not have been aware of that are affecting our lives. Most importantly, Tarot readings can help us explore our personal journeys, ambitions and life challenges. It is a powerful divinatory tool that can help us learn more about ourselves. Instructions: A good tarot reading always begins with the energy you put into it.
Tarot Meanings Learn the tarot card meanings and stories behind all 78 cards in a tarot deck in our exploration of the major arcana, minor arcana and court cards by long-time tarot reader, Thirteen. Understand the common Tarot card symbols, basic Tarot meanings and interpretations, and discover Thirteen's own observations for each of the 78 cards in a Rider-Waite Tarot style Tarot deck, the most common style of Tarot cards. Begin with the meaning of the Fool card and read through to the meanings of the Queen and King cards for free online, or order your own Tarot Card Meanings eBook to use with your own Tarot cards. Start here with Thirteen's Introduction to the Tarot card meanings. Learn all 78 tarot card meanings, symbols and stories in our eBook - download it instantly. Or, if you're ready to go beyond the upright tarot card meanings, discover Thirteen's reversed card meanings.
The moon in astrology - moon signs - Your inner self - Horoscope moonsigns - Astrology symbols - the moon Perhaps the major drawback of popular astrology - and another reason for its questionable status - is that it fails to recognize the importance of the moon. The moon symbolizes in astrology pretty much all of the self that isn't covered by the sun. Astrologers say the moon is the feminine or "passive" part of the psyche, and a more responsive energy compared to the sun. While misleading, it is true that the astrological symbolism of the moon is similar to traditional images of femininity.
The Message of the Stars, by Max Heindel by Max Heindel and Augusta Foss Heindel Click here for the graphics printed book cover. Click here for the photograph of Max Heindel. Tarot Card Meanings Free Tarot Card Meanings - The Major Arcana Use the menu in the right hand sidebar to select the tarot card you would like to know more about. We currently only list the meanings of the Major Arcana. If you would like information about the other cards in the Tarot deck, please check out our free learn tarot course, which is available in it's entirety here on Lotus Tarot completely for FREE! The tarot cards used in this section are copyright © Tricia Newell and are from The Mythic Tarot by Juliet Sharman-Burke and Liz Greene, published in the US by Simon & Schuster/Fireside (1986), in the UK by Ebury Press/Random House UK (1986), in Australasia by Simon & Schuster (1989), in Canada by General/Stoddart (1988), in France by Editions de La Maisnie (2002), in Germany by Hugendubel Verlag (1987), in Czech Republic by Synergie (2001), in Russia by KSP-Plus (2000), in Portuguese by Livrarias Siciliano (1988) and reproduced by permission of Eddison Sadd Editions, London.
7 Tips for Buying a Tarot Deck Buying your first tarot deck is a wonderful experience. There is the excitement of exploring the unknown, of having answers to your burning questions, and of learning a new discipline. And today, there is the benefit of having a large variety of tarot decks to choose from (e.g., Celtic, Wiccan, fairy, Zen, Native American, goddess-centered, mythological, and traditional). For a beginner, it can be quite overwhelming to choose from such a variety of options.
Tarot Art Nouveau Review at Aeclectic Tarot Review by Solandia Art Nouveau ('New Art') was a style of architecture and decoration, as well as an art movement, developed in Europe and the USA in the late nineteenth century. The style was characterised by ornate stylised patterns of leaves, flowers and vines. Art Nouveau was not limited to paintings - it was aimed at removing the barriers between 'major' and 'minor' arts, unifying art, and centring it around people, and influenced graphics, architecture, furniture and even jewellery design. Moralization of the Deck of Cards, Part 3 « Mary K. Greer's Tarot Blog After exploring five hundred years of the moralization of playing cards in Part 1 and Part 2, we finally get to playing cards and, eventually, tarot, as a book of wisdom. I included this section under the theme of “moralization” because it shows a development of this theme into social-spiritual-political reform and a shift from an orthodox Christianity to a Humanism that arose in the Renaissance and Enlightenment. We see here that playing cards (and/or tarot) have been viewed, on occasion, as a book of the wise, teaching a timeless philosophy leading to the betterment of humankind. I’d like to preface this section with a reminder of the origins of the occult tarot.