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Introduction to the Minor Arcana

The Minor Arcana is made up of four suits, similar to normal playing cards. In tarot the suits are called Batons, Cups, Swords and Coins, although sometimes the names vary between the decks of cards. 651 more words


Tarot Q&A: Minor Arcana cards for general readings

This question really caught my attention – it never crossed my mind that that anyone would omit the minor arcana for any reason. I’d love to hear more about where the idea of just using the major arcana only comes from…leave a comment below if you have anything to offer or if you did the search that inspired this fictional Q&A -thanks for the thought provoking question! 303 more words


Tarot Tuesday: The Nine of Cups

This week’s Tarot Tuesday post features the Nine of Cups.  Dominantly yellow in color, this card depicts a man seated on a bench, legs spread, arms crossed, and facing forward.   257 more words


Two of Cups

The adage no man is an island is profoundly true in regards to manifestation. Though our desires and dreams may seem to be ours and ours alone, the attainment of our goals is brought to fruition through the cooperation of others. 224 more words

The Tarot Of Manifestation

Lesson 10 & 11 - Part I, Now Ready For Viewing

Greetings to all my Tarot Friends and Students around the World,

I hope you are all well and happy.  I am delighted to inform you that both… 1,387 more words

Course Update

THREE in the Minor Arcana

In my mind, I’ve always been an A-list Hollywood superstar. Y’all just didn’t know yet.
Will Smith (Name Number 3)

In the Introduction, talking about Name Numbers, we characterised the Number Three as The Lucky Number, and the Number of Creation and the Arts. 237 more words


King of Swords ... channeling enlightenment into active experience

∞ Wisdom gained, whether by successes or failures, is best engaged through thoughtful action …  thoughtful action can also manifest in knowing when not to act