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Free Tarot Reading - Results

Selected Deck:  Witches Tarot   (about this deck)
Selected Layout:  Finding Animal Helpers
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Your Tarot Reading
Seven of Swords Page of Wands Karma The High Priestess Ace of Swords
         
The Emperor Strength Two of Pentacles The Wheel of the Year Page of Cups
About the Cards in Your Reading
 
Seven of Swords
In the Healing position
Seven of Swords
Primary healing helpers.

Meaning: When the Seven of Swords card blows into a reading, it is a nudge to come up with some new schemes and/or tactics. It's time to be clever and creative. This card denotes a smart, resourceful person, one who avoids or evades confrontation. By doing so, he shrewdly takes the wind out of his opponent's sails. Look at things from a new perspective. Come up with a new solution to the same old problems. Think outside the box and you will experience a victory and a breakthough.

Keywords: New schemes, new solutions. Thinking outside the box. Relying on your street smarts. Partial victory, evasion, cunning, foresight.

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Page of Wands
In the Material position
Page of Wands
Primary material helpers.

Meaning: This is an auspicious card and a cheerful one. When the Page of Wands announces himself into a reading, be prepared for happy news and exciting times. Typically this news will come from a younger person. Watch for a young, fair-haired person. The Page of Wands may be announcing a new job opportunity or a promotion, or he may be heralding the impending birth of a child (especially if the Ace of Cups also appears in the spread). Expect an invitation or an opportunity.

The Page of Wands eagerly shouts out this message to you: it's time to use your imagination and your determination to achieve your goals of success.

Keywords: Eagerness, a news bearer. Expect exciting and happy news soon, typically from a younger person. Determination and imagination. An invitation or an opportunity.

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Karma
In the Protection position
Karma
Primary protection helpers.

Meaning: The Karma card shows us that cycles and change have to be respected and that everything happens for a reason. Honor the changes in your life and grow with them. There are spiritual forces at work. It is time for you to make an important decision. Your destiny will be shaped by the choices you make today; keep in mind that the karma to follow will be of your own making. So be aware of both your actions and your magick on a spiritual level. Karma always has its way. Work consciously to create a positive transformation.

Keywords: Making a positive change for your future reality. Renewal, deeper spiritual and magickal awareness, karma and destiny. Reflection on past events. Results of your past actions.

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The High Priestess
In the Talents position
The High Priestess
Primary talents helpers.

Meaning: When this card appears in a reading, it often marks a time of initiation and learning. The Maiden Goddess is challenging you. Be wise and listen to her words of wisdom. This card is a reminder to quietly and calmly seek occult knowledge and look within. Use your intuition and trust your instincts. This is not the time to let your emotions rule you; instead, it is an opportunity for growth and a chance to gain real insight and understanding. The High Priestess teaches you to be strong, wise, and steady. She quietly shows you that in order to attain real wisdom you must remember to always work your magick thoughtfully and from a place of neutrality.

Keywords: The Maiden aspect of the Goddess. Neutrality, initiation, wisdom. Inner knowledge, intuition. Lunar energy and magick, waxing moon magick, the feminine mysteries of the Craft.

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Ace of Swords
In the Spiritual position
Ace of Swords
Primary spiritual helpers.

Meaning: The Ace of Swords is the most potent and pure form of the masculine element of air. When the Ace of Swords flies into your life, you are being put on notice that it is time to take action. This is a card of intellect, heroism, victory, justice, achievement, new beginnings, and winning battles. Another of this card's most important lessons is that now you have the chance for a new way of thinking. Cut through the fantasy and embrace what is. The truth hurts, but sometimes it can also heal and make room for a new, improved reality. Success is attainable; victory is near; go grab a hold of it with both hands!

Keywords: Success, truth, awareness, victory. Determination. Take action now. A clear perception leads to spirit and a closer connection to deity. The element of air.

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The Emperor
In the Healing position
The Emperor
Secondary healing helpers.

Meaning: This card may symbolize a leader of a family or a magickal group-a responsible, balanced person. Just as the Emperor is doing in this card, you should calmly survey your situation and carefully consider your options. This card may stand for your boss at work (no matter what their gender), not just a husband or a father. The Emperor card will often appear in a reading when you are up for a promotion at work, about to earn a higher degree in your coven, or even if you are taking a new job with better prospects. If you find yourself standing as the head of the family or coven and are the peacemaker and arbitrator, it is possible this card may represent your role within the group. It can also symbolize your leadership within a family dynamic or at your place of employment.

Keywords: Leader of a family or coven. Father figure, family man, loving husband and/or father. Sovereignty, reason. Masculine energy, protection. A responsible and balanced person.

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Strength
In the Material position
Strength
Secondary material helpers.

Meaning: Gentle strength, calmness, fortitude, and quiet personal power are the themes of this card. When this card turns up in a reading, it is a reminder that brute force is not necessary in the current situation; however, the wise use of personal power, self-control, determination, and strength of character are. Sometimes the strongest thing we can do is to have confidence in ourselves and our personal power-to be strong enough to work calmly and with determination through any challenges we may face, carefully and in complete control of ourselves.

Keywords: Strength of character, personal power. Restraint. Being calm. Self-control, confidence, determination.

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Two of Pentacles
In the Protection position
Two of Pentacles
Secondary protection helpers.

Meaning: When this card is tossed into a reading, it symbolizes that it is time to develop new skills. However, this will not be an issue for you, as you are adept at juggling several things at once, with ease and enjoyment. This card also illustrates that you possibly have a choice to make about two different material things. This is the card of second chances or perhaps of taking on a second job; the Two of Pentacles is the ultimate multi-tasking card. Finally, this card can also indicate a time to be careful with money. Watch your personal finances, and balance your budget.

Keywords: Multitasking. Second chances, second job. Keep an eye on your personal finances. Balance your budget.

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The Wheel of the Year
In the Talents position
The Wheel of the Year
Secondary talents helpers.

Meaning: This card symbolizes the magick of the four seasons and the energies of the Wheel of the Year. When this card turns up in a reading, it is a message to work with the energies and the cycles of nature that are currently around you, and not against them. This means rest and introspection in the winter; new beginnings, growth, and opportunities in the spring; energy, excitement, bounty, and vibrancy in the summer; and abundance and reminders to prepare, gather, and remember in the autumn. Expect there to be change, as all of life is forever transforming and growing. This card classically represents good luck, opportunity, and a fortuitous event.

Keywords: The Wheel of the Year, celebrating the sabbats and esbats. Good luck. Working with the energies and magick of each season.

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Page of Cups
In the Spiritual position
Page of Cups
Secondary spiritual helpers.

Meaning: When the Page of Cups splashes into a reading, you are being put on notice that new intuitive talents are about to emerge. Take this time to explore your gifts. Immerse yourself in the exploration of your intuition, empathy, clairvoyance, and other psychic talents. This court card may also symbolize a student just beginning their studies in the magickal arts. Embrace the fun of discovery, and put some joy back into your craft. As with all court cards, the page can represent an actual person. Typically, this will be a youth with blond or brown hair and blue, light hazel, or green eyes. The message of the Page of Cups is to explore your magickal and psychic talents. Don't forget that magick is a joyous thing!

Keywords: Imagination. A student beginning magickal or psychic studies, discovering new psychic or magickal talents, embracing hope, and rediscovering the joy of your craft.

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About the Deck
Witches Tarot
By: Ellen Dugan, Mark Evans

Award-winning author Ellen Dugan, a highly respected Witch and tarot reader, and award-winning artist Mark Evans have created the perfect deck for all devotees of the Craft. Positively radiating witchy energy, this easy-to-use tarot showcases beautiful and evocative digital artwork. Echoing the traditional Rider-Waite structure, each card includes instantly recognizable Pagan symbols that resonate with today's Witch. In addition to card descriptions and meanings, Dugan's companion guide features seven unique, spell-enhancing spreads for both tarot readings and magickal practice.

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