This spread uses the Fool card from a second deck as a kind of impartial observer of the situation described in the reading. It represents an archetypal Inner Fool “holding up a mirror” ( the cards in the spread) to reflect the querent’s wisdom or folly in the matter at hand. 66 more words
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This is an odd one inspired by discussions on the Aeclectic Tarot forum about using tarot cards to contact ancestral spirits. It takes into account the hazards of invoking the Lower Astral plane when indiscriminately opening oneself up to unfiltered psychic influences.
This is a slightly fanciful spread designed around the model of a Medieval “high fantasy” court, with King, Queen, Mage, Priest, Knights (War Chief and Queen’s Guard) and Realm, along with the the advisory inputs of Justice, Mercy and other forms of counsel based on elemental “jurisdiction.” But it has a serious objective: whether to take an offensive stance and advance on a problem, or to assume a more defensive position and stand fast or even retreat. 43 more words
The goal of this spread is to provide broad insights into the prospects for success of any start-up business venture. It is taken in the most straightforward sense, without consideration of the myriad subtle factors that can make or break a new business. 46 more words