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Tarot Reading - Results

Selected Deck: Fairy Ring Select a different Deck or Layout
Selected Layout: Path to a Goal About the Deck

YOUR TAROT READING

  King Finvarra  
Asrai   Unicorn
Leprechaun   Boggart
Spriggan   Lughnasa
Gwyn Ap Nudd   Knocker
Fairy Horse   Midsummer


ABOUT THE CARDS IN YOUR READING

Fairy Horse

Fairy Horse

In the Health position
Hidden health; physical and emotional.

Meaning: When the Fairy Horse appears upright in your cards, he indicates movement and travel, journeying to new places and new experiences. He is the harbinger of good health, vitality, energy, and innovation. Events will move quickly, and rapid progress will be made.

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Midsummer

Midsummer

In the Health position
Visible health; physical and emotional.

Meaning: The Midsummer card ushers in joyful energies of magic, enchantment, consummation, culmination, celebration, delight, fun, light, illumination, and clarity.

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Gwyn Ap Nudd

Gwyn Ap Nudd

In the Attitude position
Hidden mental attitude.

Meaning: When Gwyn ap Nudd, King of the Underworld, appears in your cards, he indicates deeply buried secrets, things hidden, concealed fears, suppressed feelings, self-imposed restrictions, or bondage to the past. Something unresolved might be surfacing from your subconscious mind to affect the present.

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Knocker

Knocker

In the Attitude position
Visible mental attitude.

Meaning: Knockers and other mine fairies are the guardians of the earth’s riches, and this card concerns your material wealth. The appearance of the Knocker in your spread indicates financial or material gain and the establishing of a firm foundation in some practical matter.

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Spriggan

Spriggan

In the Relationships position
Hidden relationships.

Meaning: The appearance of the ferocious and dishonest Spriggan in your cards points to theft, unscrupulous methods, and dirty dealing, or perhaps the betrayal of principles or confidences.

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Lughnasa

Lughnasa

In the Relationships position
Visible relationships.

Meaning: When the festival card of Lughnasa appears in a spread, it indicates that you will start to reap the rewards of your efforts, though more work is needed to bring a project to final completion. The card may also indicate that the closing of one door will lead to the opening of another.

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Leprechaun

Leprechaun

In the Career position
Hidden career.

Meaning: When the Leprechaun appears in your cards, he indicates material gain in the form of lottery or gambling winnings, competition prizes, gifts, legacies, or some other unexpected windfall.

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Boggart

Boggart

In the Career position
Visible career.

Meaning: When the Boggart appears in your cards, he indicates that there will be trouble or some disturbance at home. There may be family arguments, quarrels, and disruptions, perhaps involving a troublesome child or teenager.

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Asrai

Asrai

In the Spirit position
Hidden spiritual path.

Meaning: When the fragile Asrai appears in your cards, she indicates some kind of moral choice, perhaps simply between right and wrong, or perhaps between the spiritual and the material. Listen to your conscience. Any choice should be carefully examined and its repercussions considered. You might greedily grasp what appears to be a glittering prize, only to have it turn to ashes in your hands

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Unicorn

Unicorn

In the Spirit position
Visible spiritual path.

Meaning: When the Fairy Hart appears in your cards, it challenges you to follow, wherever it may lead. Though this may sometimes be difficult and unpleasant, it will engender changes that prove beneficial in the end. You will develop and grow immeasurably if you meet the challenge with courage and determination.

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King Finvarra

King Finvarra

In the Outcome position
Outcome of the present path.

Meaning: When the Fairy King Finvarra appears in your spread, he indicates authority and authority figures, government, the law, legal settlements, contracts, and agreements.

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ABOUT THE DECK

Fairy Ring
By: Anna Franklin

Many fairies are seasonal creatures, so the cards of The Fairy Ring are divided into four suits: Spring, Summer, Autumn, and Winter. A motley assortment of fairies appears on the cards in the suit of the season in which they are most likely to be seen. This deck celebrates the ancient Celtic solar and pastoral holidays, long considered to be auspicious days for working with the fae.

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