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Color

One of the reasons so many of us love tarot is the cards…we like to collect decks because we love the art. We love reading visual images (rather than words). In addition to the symbols, composition, and style in each of these tiny pieces of art, color plays an important role in how we respond […]

7 Tips for Interpretation

On of the things I like about The Ultimate Guide to the Rider Waite Tarot by Joannes Fiebig and Evelin Burger is their lists of “10′s.” There list of The 10 Most Important Rules for Interpretation inspired me to write my own list: 7 Tips for Interpretation Because any one tarot card has such a […]

5 Tips for Reading Positive Cards in Negative Positions

Most tarot readers agree that any card can have many meanings. Determining which meaning apply to any specific reading depends on several factors, such as the deck used, the question asked, the reader (including her/his intuition), and spread position. Some spread positions have what we might think of as “negative” meanings, such as “challenge,” “problem,” […]

By the Suits

About a month ago, I wrote about reading the numbers present in a spread to gain information about the situation or question before beginning to interpret individual cards. You can find that post HERE. In addition to gathering information from the numbers, I also scan the elements present to help form my initial outline for […]

The Sixes

Many tarotists combine numerology with tarot. Ā Let’s consider the Sixes. Some words associated with the energy of the number Six are: harmony, balance restored, justice. By combining these ideas with the energy represented by the suit, we can see the meanings of the cards. Let’s look at these concepts with the following cards. Here we […]

II, The High Priestess

Today we call her the High Priestess, and she is one of the most favored cards amongst tarot readers. The High Priestess represents what we often call ā€œother ways of knowing.ā€ That is, she employs methods that are not logical or rational. Instead, she is a practitioner of the intuitive and psychic arts. While the […]