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If you have ever done a tarot reading with the Celtic Cross spread, you are probably familiar with that "moment of truth" feeling as the final Most Likely Outcome card is revealed. It's like playing the old Mystery Date game: when you open the door will your mystery date be a dream or a dud? Excellent advice is available for how to deal with seemingly negative cards. They are not to be feared and can offer powerful nuanced insights into our issues. Let's continue with the Mystery Date analogy: what if you got the guy dressed for the beach but you really wanted to end up with the guy going skiing? Both results are fine, but your preferred result didn't show up at the door. Are we allowed ...

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Wondering what 2020 has in store for you? We are, too! So, we had one of our resident tarot readers, J. Ryan, pull a card for each astrological sign to see what can be expected in the coming year. (Love the cards? We're using the upcoming Wizards Tarot, which is available now for pre-order!) Sign Card Prediction Aries Ah, Aries, this year you have the opportunity to manifest the idyllic future for which you've been longing. The 10 of Cups indicates a sense of completion and things coming full circle. Expect to see some of the lessons you worked on in 2019 lead to breakthroughs and forward momentum in 2020. Possible words to bear in mind for 2020 are: Completion, ...

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The Base-12 Connection Between Math, Nature, and Spirituality The number 12 serves many practical uses in our daily lives, including the way we track time (in twelve-hour clock cycles and years in twelve-month calendar cycles), measure length (in twelve inches per foot) and package items (often in multiples of twelve). There's a good mathematical reason why counting in 12's, called the "base-12" number system, has stood the test of time: it can be divided evenly in a number of ways such as in half (2 groups of 6), thirds (3 groups of 4), quarters (4 groups of 3) or sixths (6 groups of 2). This makes it twice as versatile and efficient as the decimal or "base-10" system of counting in ...

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My journey through the Forest of Enchantment began early in 2015, when the Llewellyn Art Department suggested that, as I had been illustrating books for Llewellyn for some years, I might like to work on a full tarot deck of 78 paintings. Many years ago, I spent time with the Motherpeace Tarot and the Thoth Tarot (painted by Lady Frieda Harris), and I have always admired the artistry of the cards, but I wouldn't consider myself to be at all fluent in the language of tarot. So, the suggestion that I create a deck percolated for a while, as I considered what I could possibly offer such an awesome project? Then came the idea that I should collaborate with Lunaea Weatherstone, a writer and ...

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How to Activate a Tarot Reading with Your True Intentions
by Denise Hesselroth
What do you do when you reach the outcome card in a tarot spread, and it is perhaps not that for which you were hoping? Are we allowed to say, "No thanks, that's not what I want," and try again for...
        
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