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Category: Tarot

Reversed Three of Wands – A Warning Against Proposed Help

If a direct position of Three of Wands indicates ability to foresee future, Reversed card warns of imprudence and recommends once again think everything over and, most likely, postpone conceived what was planned until better times. In addition, a person does not dare to introduce something new because he does…

Reversed Four of Pentacles – Money and Power Temptations

Reversed Four of Pentacles points to negative manifestations associated with a sign of Cancer: money loss and discord in a family. Quarrels over inheritance or property issues. The card indicates attachment to material things for personal safety. A person has a fear of losing his status, money, or position at…

Reversed Ace of Wands – Fall and Impotence

Traditionally, with Reversed Ace of Wands associated a fall, a ruin of plans, bankruptcy, or any potential loss. In any case, this is a firm “No!” in response to any question asked – even if a person is ready for change, now the opportunities can not be realized…

Reversed Nine of Wands – Cold Heart

Reversed Nine Wands is considered a bad omen. At least, presence of this card brings obstacles and delays, in the worst case – failure, loss and disasters. The problems can arise overnight. This card also says that experience does not teach a person anything – a person again and again…

Reversed Five of Wands – the Lord of a Battle

  “It is hard to learn, and easy in battle” The first decade of Leo from July 23 to August 2nd. Astrological equivalents are Saturn in Leo or in air signs. Mars in the 5th house as a symbol of sports competitions, games. Unfair competition, fighting without rules…

Reversed Queen of Cups – the Mistress of Nymphs and Mermaids

Astrological equivalents: Libra, seventh and eleventh Houses. Queen of Cups embodies and combines influences of Venus, Moon and Neptune (for example, Venus could be in Cancer and Moon in Pisces) as a symbol of subtlety of feelings and willingness to help others. It also shows imaginative thinking. Reversed Queen of…

Uranus in Tarot Cards Divination

The Fool The point of transition from Pisces to Aries. Planets are Mercury, Uranus, Chiron, and Neptune The symbol of a blind man who turned himself into a slave of a matter. His knapsack is full of his delusions and senseless acts. The broken obelisk is the death of his…

Neptune in the 5th house – Hypnotic Genius of Hopeless Romantic

Those born with their natal Neptune in the 5th House are instilled with generous creative flairs and profound artistic talent. The planet of illusion and magic casts an invigorating mist over the home of the Sun, where our creative mind comes to play with the objects around us. Neptune here…

II. High Priestess – Looking Beyond the Obvious

Opening to trust can change your life. Your intuitive powers are increasing and you may be inspired to be creative. This is a particularly good card for poets and writers. The High Priestess advises you to adhere to your chosen spiritual practice on a more regular basis. We all have…

Five of Swords – the Lord of Defeat

A feeling of imbalance and negativity prevails. A battlefield after the conflict. There is a need for a new strategy — need to regroup and rethink the game plan, discover blind spots and weak links, and take corrective measures before getting back into the field for another round.  If we…