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Tarot Card for the Week of 8-26-12

With the Hierophant as the tarot card for the week, this might be the week that you will need to call upon a trusted mentor or counselor for inspiration or some unbiased advice. Also, ask yourself if you are gossiping a little too much without having all of the facts? Are you breaking away from traditions or conventional ways? Has a person shown up to keep you on track this week? At the end of the week, you decide if the Hierophant card fell in the upright or reversed position for you.

 


MAJOR ARCANA NUMBER 5

ASTROLOGICAL SIGN or PLANET: TAURUS, JUPITER, MARS
 
UPRIGHT:
The Hierophant card, Major Arcana, also referred to as the Pope, represents a mentor, teacher, spiritual counselor. He symbolizes marriage, unions, romance, meaningful relationships. He shows great mercy and goodness to all. He is very much like a teacher or a priest. He serves as a great inspiration. The Hierophant is certainly not one to buck proper authority. He is a conformist. He is a staunch and worthy defender of the tried and true. This card may be an indication that you could use the direction offered by a group, depending on your needs and situation. Embrace traditions and rituals, but always think for yourself or call upon someone you consider a mentor to guide you.
REVERSED:
The Hierophant card signifies poor advice, single-mindedness and unconventional behavior. The card may refer to a rebellious individual, a nonconformist. It may show a departure from religious institutions, traditional universities or other dogma. It can also represent someone who is so narrow minded that he has become bigoted, with a disregard for any view other than his own. This card may also be a warning that you should not partake in gossiping or slandering. There is a tendency for manipulation in a relationship and any distortion of the truth causes discord.

 

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Tarot Card for the Week of 8-19-12

With the Knight of Wands as this week’s tarot card selection, this may be a time when you make an impulsive snap decision. Be sure you consider the consequences. Will this bring a positive change in your life or will it cause you to move in the wrong direction? Be careful of starting up petty arguments with others. Do not let anger and impatience get in the way. This is the week to look at all the aspects before making any decisions. At the end of the week, you decide if the Knight of Wands fell in the upright or reversed position for you.

 

 

UPRIGHT:
Knight of Wands card, Minor Arcana, signifies new ideas and the action of making them realized. The Knight has a lack of fear and simply charges forward without regard to the consequences. A new spark of energy has emerged. The time to put new ideas into action is here. You could be also embarking on a new path. It is time to start a new project and put your creativity to work. However, watch out for too much impulsiveness.
REVERSED:
It is possible that someone you think you know is not telling you the truth. Feelings of anger and impatience can get in your way, as you feel you are not getting immediate gratification for something. It also indicates the loss of control over situations and the powerlessness you feel. Be careful of being too pessimistic and judging yourself too harshly. You are not looking toward the future and you have chosen not to recognize potential consequences. You might be acting impulsively and not thinking of the consequences. However, with positive and thoughtful consideration, you will regain control of your life.

 

 

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Tarot Card for the Week of 8-12-12

With the King of Pentacles, Minor Arcana, tarot card as this week’s selection, is this the week that you will be monetarily recognized for your hard work? Is your temper in check or have you been displaying a lot of anger? Will you soon meet your financial goals, or is someone gambling with your hard earned money? Have you been shopping for material items instead of focusing on the importance of your relationships? At the end of the week, you decide if the King of Pentacles card fell in the upright or reversed position for you.

 

 
Upright:
King of Pentacles, Minor Arcana, indicates a loyal, stable and successful leader. It represents a mature  man who is very gifted, yet modest and humble. Everything that he gets involved with becomes very successful. This is an indication of a confident and even-tempered individual, but it may be hard to get close to him. However, he can be counted on. The card may also mean you or someone you encounter is quite wise when it comes to financial matters. The card can symbolize prosperity. It can be an indication that a promotion or a new position may be opening up for you in your career. You have a good spiritual connection and are keenly aware of what is right and wrong.

 

Reversed:
This card indicates that money is not everything. You may be materialistic and overdoing it in your life. It can represent someone who has no regard for other people’s feelings. By putting material goods first, there is a tendency to be a bit unethical. This could be referring to you or someone else who is in your life. This may indicate an individual who does not have your best interests at hand. Do not be surprised that this may involve ruthless behavior. Be wary of someone who has no business acumen but who is always trying to score the big bucks or the sure thing. He most likely is gambling with other people’s money. There is a tendency toward illegal dealings. Also, this is an indication that money is more important than a loving relationship.

 

 

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Learn Tarot Card Spreads

 
A tarot card spread is a method by which a tarot card reader physically lays out or places the cards on the table and then interprets the card meanings for the querent. Not only are there many different types of tarot card decks available, there are also many different spreads used by card readers. For example, the very popular Celtic Cross spread does not follow one standardized card layout. The basic cross and column diagram is the same, but the order in which the cards are spread in the cross varies greatly. Listed below are some tarot card spreads using the popular Rider-Waite tarot deck, which are also used for free readings in the Oracle Room. Variations exist between these different spreads, as well. Card readers determine the spread and the deck to use based upon their personal preferences. No matter what deck or spread is used, the outcome is the same — you will receive answers to your questions and predictions for your future.

 

The included spreads are Tetraktys spread, Cross and Triangle spread, Celtic Cross spread, Astrological spread, Relationship spread, Planetary spread, Birthday spread, Mandala spread, Star spread, Tree of Life spread, Past Life spread and Dream Exploration spread. To view these spreads, the layouts and the meanings of their positions within the spread, click on the button below.

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Tarot Card for the Week of 8-5-12

With the Temperance tarot card as this week’s selection, will this be the week that you are going to bring people with differences together? Or will you be self-indulgent and cause animosities? This is the week to make sure that your needs are met before your wants. The best thing is to keep your energies in check and put them to good use. At the end of the week, you decide if the Temperance card fell in the upright or reversed position for you.

 

MAJOR ARCANA NUMBER 14

ASTROLOGICAL SIGN or PLANET: SAGITTARIUS, CANCER, JUPITER

 

UPRIGHT:
The Temperance card denotes balance, harmony and moderation. You are in good health emotionally and physically. The forces behind it are those that keep us from giving in to temptation or over-indulgence and from developing unhealthy addictions or behaviors. Temperate spirits avoid extremes, spread harmony and bring opposing sides together. This card indicates that you have the ability to negotiate a happy medium when faced with two opposing views or ideas. They find a happy, healthy median between what they want and what they need. Temperance provides an environment in which most will thrive and a haven where the injured may heal and re-energize and that all will be well. The Temperance card signifies success and contentment, which is found by practicing self-restraint and using balance to create a personal shelter from the storm. A time to put your energies to work in the right areas. It is important to understand that inward reflection is key to finding balance with the external stimuli. You take a mature and objective approach with matters at hand.
REVERSED:
In the reversed position, the Temperance card can signify excess, impatience, conflict and hostile behavior. You will experience periods of restlessness which will result in quarreling and conflicts with others.You have been inconsiderate to the people you are close to. Your self-indulgence has caused animosity amongst your friends. This is not a time to make quick decisions. Your imbalances are causing physical stress. This behavior will get in the way of any new business opportunities, and new friendships. Your energies are not being put to good use. You may find yourself being overly competitive.

 

 

 

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Four-Leaf Clover Superstition

The four-leaf clover, or shamrock, is thought of as a good luck charm in part because of its rarity in nature. It is estimated that the chances of finding a four-leaf clover are one in 10,000. The origin of the superstition dates back as far as the biblical story of Adam and Eve. It is believed that when Eve was cast out of the Garden of Eden, she took a four-leaf clover with her to remind her of the lushness of paradise. Since then, it has become a symbol of good luck and good fortune.
 
According to Irish beliefs, the superstition stems from Druid priests who used the shamrock for healing the sick, in worship rituals and to ward off evil. Prior to this, St. Patrick had found the three-leaf clover to be an extraordinary plant. In ancient Egypt, when a couple got married it was traditional to give them a four-leaf clover which was a blessing of their union and a representation of their undying love for one another.
 
Some of the beliefs surrounding the power of the four-leaf clover include the following:
 
1. Each of the four leaves on this lucky charm has a specific meaning — faith, hope, love and luck.
2. Both children and adults would hang the four-leaf clover at home to ward off evil, witchcraft and bad omens.
3. A person who finds a four-leaf clover will meet a future lover on that same day. Some people even go so far as to put the four-leaf clover in their shoe.
4. Anyone who possesses a four-leaf clover will have good fortune in any ventures they attempt.
5. The four-leaf clover is a charm that protects against evil.
6. Anyone wearing a four-leaf clover will be able to see fairies.
7. One belief states that you will only have good luck if the four-leaf clover is kept out of sight and never passed to someone else. Another one states that if your give the four-leaf clover to someone else, your luck will double.

 

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