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Significators in Tarot. - How to choose a significator.

What is a significator?

A significator, is a card we give an special meaning to within the reading. This could be either a person or a… 1,246 more words

Court Cards

Queen of Swords

Placement: The Minor Arcana


A queen on a silver throne holds a sword in one hand, and in many decks she extends her other hand forward. 499 more words

No News Is Probably Bad News

The Minor Arcana; Cups

  In the previous blog you learned out how to discover your personal archetype.  If you haven’t had a chance click this link to figure it out now.   577 more words

Here To Forever

Four of Coins

Placement: The Minor Arcana

Description: A person, usually a man with a crown, sits on a plain grey throne in front of a cityscape. He has one Frisbee-size bepentacled coin on his head, one in his hands, and one under each feet. 576 more words

Minor Arcana

Knight of Cups

Placement: The Minor Arcana

Description: This card features a knight on horseback, carrying a cup. The horse has two of its legs raised. The knight’s visor is up. 721 more words

Minor Arcana

Wada Ya Think About the Minor Arcana?

What is your take on the Pips and Courts when compared to the Majors? Is there one thing that stands out in particular for you when reading this section of the Tarot?

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The Minor Arcana

The remaining cards of the Rider-Waite deck are called the Minor Arcana. This section made up of of 56 cards used to represent the individual’s day to day existence and encounters. 510 more words