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Tarot Reading - Results

Selected Deck: Gilded Tarot Select a different Deck or Layout
Selected Layout: Hexefus Spread About the Deck

YOUR TAROT READING

 Eight of Wands - Reversed 
The Devil Seven of Cups - Reversed
 The Tower 
Six of Wands King of Wands
 Three of Wands 


ABOUT THE CARDS IN YOUR READING

The Tower

The Tower

In the Root position
This card represents the root of the matter; what has gone before, and is directly related to the current situation. Check to see how the energies of this card blend with the other six cards; remember that it moves with each mystery in a different way.

Meaning: The message of The Tower is a difficult one. Unlike The Wheel, with its philosophical message of centeredness, and Death, with its promise of spiritual enlightenment, The Tower doesnít seem to offer much except destruction. Our belief system helps us find calm in the center of The Wheel and gives us courage to face Death. In The Tower that belief system is shattered. The good news is that it is usually shattered by a truth that we didnít recognize before. Knowing the truth is good; ignorance is not really bliss.

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Six of Wands

Six of Wands

In the Love position
This card shows the energies of the first mystery of universal love in the life of the querent. It explains how the querent's actions manifest in the surrounding world, whether following a harmonious Wyrd or a flawed one. It also describes how the querent perceives his or her relationships with others.

Meaning: You are in a position to receive outward congratulations for your actions. You have done well and deserve to be recognized. Enjoy the accolades.

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The Devil

The Devil

In the Magick position
Here are indicated the energies of the second mystery of magick in the life of the querent. This card shows how we use our gifts, talents, skills, intuition, and psychism; and, in particular, how these gifts should or should not be used at this time. If the querent practices the occult sciences, some indication of that may be found here, if it bears relevance on the question posed.

Meaning: The message of The Devil is a warning, a cautionary tale. If Temperance is perfect balance perfectly expressed, The Devil is imperfect balance recklessly pursued. Anything in the extreme--eating, working, sexual activities, exercising--leads to an unbalanced life. Take heed and moderate your behavior. Keep watch for obsessions in your life. Do not let any belief or practice over shadow all other aspects of your life or your responsibilities to yourself and others.

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Eight of Wands - Reversed

Eight of Wands - Reversed

In the Oath position
This card brings forth the energies of the third mystery of one's oath in the life of the querent; showing what the querent, up to this point, has dedicated his or her life to, what his or her principles are, and how he or she operates according to those values. It may show you what is most important to the querent at this time.

Meaning: Be aware of the dangers of interfering. By altering the movement of one of the wands, the others, because of their close proximity to each other, will be affected. The connections are intricate and you may not be able to see the larger ramifications of your actions.

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Seven of Cups - Reversed

Seven of Cups - Reversed

In the Karma position
The effects of the fourth mystery of karma or Wyrd in the life of the querent are apparent in this card. It can tell you if the person is working toward good karma, or not so good. Physical birth or death, both of issues and people, may fall here, depending on the question. Indications of past and present actions can assist you in answering the question posed. Financial and mental stability are also reflected in this card.

Meaning: Be aware of being overcome by the power of these distractions. They may be enticing and you enjoy entertaining them for a time, but you may regret that choice in the long run.

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King of Wands

King of Wands

In the Wisdom position
This card indicates the fifth mystery of wisdom, power, and lineage in the life of the querent. Here you will be able to discover whether or not the querent has used wise counsel, directs his or her power wisely, and how he or she is responding to his or her life's plan. The card can also tell you from what source the querent should draw to assist in the issue at hand.

Meaning: You are focused, determined, and driven. Something has your full attention and you are channeling all your energy and skills in that direction. You have a strong sense that you are right in all things concerning this venture. Your ambition or social needs are engaged. For now that is all that matters.

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Three of Wands

Three of Wands

In the Outcome position
The final card shows overall advice and counsel on the question asked.

Meaning: You have made a choice and now must wait for the results. Whether you are patient or impatient doesnít really matter--it will not affect the outcome. It is, though, a good opportunity to learn patience and self-control.

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ABOUT THE DECK

Gilded Tarot
By: Ciro Marchetti

Heralding archtypal elements of traditional Tarot, The Gilded Tarot is teeming with shimmering, classic imagery. This richly colored deck features standard symbols for the card suits (swords, cups, wands and pentacles) which provides universal appeal.

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