The Family of Cups – Court Cards as a Family Series

The court cards house a lot of interesting dynamics;   Especially when you look at them as families.  They have both functional and somewhat dysfunctional elements.  You get an idea of how they communicate, what’s important to them, and what their place in the family is.  It can also offer up ways of relating them when they turn up in a reading.

Over the next few weeks, I’m going to take a look at each suit as a family unit based on the following: More

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3 of Wands and the Full Moon.

When the full moon comes around it’s time to be willing to see anything that’s More

The Empress Gives it a Rest: Empress (R)

The Empress sat in her plush domain plotting her ambitious creation plans, and suddenly felt very, very tired. Then it hit her, I’ve spent so much time in creative mode of late, that I forgotten to consider all the lessons of my girl The High Priestess, she thought.  More

The Weekend’s Powerful Combination!

There is little more attractive than the graceful confidence of someone who understands their craft, and moves fluidly through the machinations of it.  The Magician is that kind of person.  He has all the resources both internally and externally, he understands the spiritual, emotional and sometimes physical fortitude it takes to manifest what he wants.  And he knows the transformation will be worth it. More

The Crescent Moon and the 2 of Swords: A Beautiful Partnership

2 of Swords on the Crescent Moon

Softly the water laps at the shore.  The conscious mind is now stilled in quiet, balanced meditation, turned inward to the breath and posture. Nothing stirs as the Crescent Moon watches and whispers to More

The Gathered Soul

About a year and half ago I stared looking for a journal where I could track multiple esoteric leanings.  I wanted to track my daily tarot card, or reading, bio-rhythms, dreams, etc. I found nothing that suited my needs.  So, I started tinkering with Excel More

The Woman of Tarot

Last weekend as I was working with the Rider-Waite deck, I started looking at the women in tarot.  Those that are specifically named.  Not The Star, or The World, etc., but the queens of Pentacles, Swords, Wands and Cups, the High Priestess and Empress.  I pulled them all and then More

Tarot and Affirmations

This morning I did an exercise outlined in Scott Grossberg’s blog.  Through the exercise, I wrote 5 affirming statements: More

The Tower – Seriously Not a Love Thing

The Tower (Vampire Tarot, Deviant Moon, Rider-Waite, Gilded Tarot

Yesterday’s card was The Tower.  And I have to tell you, The Tower is not a card I’m in love with!  Pretty much no matter what tarot deck you look at, The Tower is a very serious card! It speaks of epiphanies that come suddenly and shake the very foundations of our beliefs.  It may even refer to events that are way outside the realm of our control.  Lightning bolts that knock us on our proverbial More

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