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V. Hierophant – Master of Sacred Mysteries

I will give you the keys of the Kingdom of Heaven: and whatsoever thou shalt bind on earth shall be bound in heaven, and whatever thou shalt loose on earth shall be loosed in heaven “(Matthew 16: 18-19). Hierophant symbolizes the inspiration that a person gets from occult…

XIII Death – Gates into a New Life

The butterfly becomes, only when it’s entirely ready. Chinese greetings says “May you live in times of a big change!” The beginning of a new era often has a tinge of unsettling joy. You may realize a need for change and deep, radical transformation. Within you…

7 of Pentacles – Test for Patience

An ancient meaning of Seven of Pentacles is “a small retribution for a fair amount of work.” In this sense, we spend a lot of mental energy on something that is not so important. You need to wait for a continuation of some process that is not over…

Ace of Pentacles Reversed – Overshadowed Success

In an reversed position, Ace of Pentacles can mean misuse of property or power. Meanwhile, saving now is much more useful than spending! You got a successful project, but it is temporary. Once a project is done,you will lose this source of income.   You will get almost everything…

Ten of Swords Reversed – Joy of Recovery

Even a blackest cloud has a silver edge. After endless deprivations, countless defeats and inexpressible suffering, the sun rises again. Take a deep breath and move forward. The warrior wins the battle, but before a victory he can lose a lot. This card indicates that there will be a forceful…

Two of Cups Reversed – Misunderstandings

Two of Cups Reversed is still a positive card that brings possibility of happiness, success, joy, but for some reason at the moment it is difficult to implement. It is possible to create a union, but for the sake of the union one must suffer. There are some obstacles on…

Five of Cups Reversed – Recovery

Five of Cups Reversed shows a new outlook on life and brings encouraging news, pleasant experiences, new alliances, a return of old friends, or even a reunion with someone dear to you. Five of Cups Reversed depicts a person who comes to his senses after long illness or loss, leaving…

Two of Wands: Opportunities; Flame of Desire

Appearance of two’s in a spread indicates a need to make a choice. Most likely, this choice requires cooperation, teamwork, patience, balance, tact, discipline and diplomacy. The most positive interpretation of Two of Wands is a harmony between achievements of the past and plans for the future. In…

Knight of Pentacles: Slow but Steady Progress

This card represents a person who is in the middle of a difficult path, in the midst of a big undertaking. It can be, for example, a large financial transaction, a scientific work or a work of art. Both a rider and a horse are tired, but there still a…

Reversed King of Pentacles – A spirit of danger and corruption

The Shadow side of Reversed King of Pentacles is unquenchable lust, burned haggling or imposing idleness. The general interpretations ​​of the inverted King of Pentacles are a dangerous person, a ruthless and dishonest competitor, a type of a  corrupt politician or a businessman who is using dirty means to achieve…