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The Hermit

The Hermit is the card of inner recollection and retreat. You focus on your inner world in search of answers that define you. Now you realize that truth and understanding lie within your soul and you want to search them no matter what.

The Hermit card shows a time during wich you seek solitude and isolation. You need to be alone and away from the world.

 Through meditation, contemplation and self-examination you can begin to re-evaluate your personal goals and go in a different direction.

Taurus

Four of Wands

The Four of Wands heralds celebration, good times, happiness at  home and good news. In numerology, four means stability and firm foundations, and in the case of the Four of Wands, you are now enjoying a period of happiness and stability.

This card indicates a sense of harmony and balance as well as completion, and thus symbolises a time of peace and joy in life that come as the result of often difficult and challenging effort. The Four of Wands is one of the most positive cards in the Tarot deck and indicates general good fortune, satisfaction, and fulfilment.

It is the perfect time to get together with your family and friends and to celebrate all the wonderful times that you have had together.

Gemini

King of Pentacles

The King of Pentacles represents abundance, security, ambition, power, stability, discipline, trustworthiness and control. He is a fatherly figure who likes to take care of others through providing advice, guidance and wisdom, as well as more material aspects such as financial support and wealth.

He is no longer required to struggle to achieve what he desires, like the Page and the Knight, and is able to accomplish anything he wants because he has already proven himself.

Thus, the King of Pentacles often indicates the final fulfilment of a creative task, business venture, or investment. Through diligence, responsibility and attention to detail you have achieved great things and can finally say that you have completed your task or attained your goal.

Cancer

The Great Priestess

The Great Priestess represents the subconscious, the sensibility and the premonitions. It is the path to the mysterious truth, which is evading logical thinking.

It is an expression of goodness, forgiveness, patience and benevolence. The Great Priestess may also have a dark side of a witch, who uses her spiritual powers to seduce others and make them incapable of acting.

Traditionally, however, it is considered one of the three protective cards of theTarot. Usually her appearance in a spread shows that you need to listen and trust your inner voice.

Leo

King of Swords

The King of Swords is a symbol of intellectual power and authority, and has the courage and intellect to accomplish all that he desires. He represents judgement, command, and rulership.

The King of Swords suggests that you need to adopt a very stern but fair role. You have clarity of mind and can perceive the truth right now, so you must take the lead with providing an objective point of view. You are well-positioned to judge your situation appropriately and identify the limiting behaviours that are getting the way.

The King of Swords encourages you to use your logic and intellect to navigate your path ahead. You will need to get to the heart of the matter, make firm and well-researched decisions, and ensure that you are firm but fair in your dealings with others. His character indicates the stern leadership of a judge, lawyer, or military commander whose emotions must be kept in check under the pressure of battle.

 Virgo

Ten of Cups

The Ten of Cups embodies happiness, joy, contentment and emotional fulfilment, particularly in the area of your relationships and family. It represents almost an idyllic state of peace, harmony and love where all your dreams and wishes have come true and you are delighting in your good fortune. Given it is a Ten, this card indicates attainment of this idyllic state so stop for a moment to appreciate everything that you have accomplished and be incredibly grateful for the blessings that fill your life right now.

With the image of a happy family and a comforting home in the background, the Ten of Cups is indicative of a harmonious and loving family life. The presence of the Ten of Cups may even reflect an upcoming family holiday where you can rest and relax together, creating fun and happy family memories.

The Ten of Cups is also a very positive card in terms of romantic relationships and may indicate either the beginning of a new, very happy relationship, or the ultimate satisfaction of a long-term relationship. Commitment and love are the requirements of such satisfaction, yet this card promises that with the required effort a lasting love can be built.

Outside of relationships and the family, the Ten of Cups is also reflective of your personal values system and what you believe will bring you the ultimate fulfilment and happiness in your life.

Libra

Ten of Pentacles

As a Ten, the Ten of Pentacles is such a great sign that despite challenges and setbacks along the way, you will finally reach a point of completion and accomplishment in your journey. This sense of accomplishment is likely to be as a result of an improved career path, more solid financial reserves, a stable home environment and a possible committed and long-term relationship.

This is one of those cards that shows that everything will eventually come together in a wonderful way and you will feel highly successful and proud of everything you have achieved..

With the focus on the family, you may be more inclined to direct a lot of your energy into ensuring that your family has everything that they need, from finances, to security and a good home life. The Ten of Pentacles represents tradition, shows how family, or even extended family, is incredibly important.

Scorpio

Three of Cups

The Three of Cups is representative of friendships and collegiate, harmonious relationships. It is a time when you are open to helping others, which in turn means that others are open to helping you..

The Three of Cups heralds a very sociable period. You will find a harmonious balance between meeting your commitments and spending quality time with friends and family. You may also be celebrating something special, such as a birth, engagement, wedding, re-union, or birthday.

More broadly, the Three of Cups indicates the end or conclusion of any problems you have been experiencing, particularly those that relate to your interactions with others. A compromise will be found which will serve all the interests of those involved and will allow for a more harmonious environment.

Sagitarius

Queen of Pentacles

The Queen of Pentacles is a very ‘motherly’ card, expressing practical energy. She is the original Earth Mother. She shows her love for others by cooking, cleaning, keeping a warm and inviting home and bringing in a decent income to support the family financially.

She is also able to work a full-time job, take care of the children, keep the house clean, and still have time to read the business section of the newspaper. She probably has her very own bank account or investment portfolio that nobody else knows about. She strives to create a warm and secure environment for her family and loved ones.

The Queen of Pentacles may represent a mother figure in your life who can provide you with loving support and nurturing to help you get through the influences of your past. She may be a teacher, a counsellor, a mentor, or someone who you are very close to. The card suggests that it is important to you that you are able to live independently, with a stable income and with enough time and space to also nurture your family and loved ones.

Capricorn

Nine of Pentacles

The Nine of Pentacles indicates that you have reached a point in your life where you are feeling self-confident, self-sufficient, independent and free. By acting on your own accord, you have attained well-deserved success and may now enjoy money, leisure time, pleasure, material comfort and rest.

The Nine of Pentacles is about enjoying the good life and the fruits of your labour. You have worked hard to get here, so now, sit back and relax and enjoy some of life’s luxuries. You deserve it! Do not be afraid to splurge, indulge or pamper yourself, particularly if it is as a reward for all of your hard work.

Sometimes, however, the Nine of Pentacles can indicate that you are close to reaching your goal but you have not yet made it. You are showing great self-discipline and self-control to ensure you get to where you want to be.

Aquarius

The Empress

The Empress symbolizes creation in all its forms, from love life, art, to material goods. The Magician signifies the idea, the Great Priest is the one who gives shape, and the Empress is the uterus in which this idea takes shape and waits to be born. The Symbol of the Empress is Venus, the goddess of beauty and love.

However, the Empress symbolizes abundance more than sensuality. It is the inexhaustible force of nature through which life is perpetuated. The Empress is the card of tranquility and love.
It shows that things will go well in the end, and that no matter what happens, we will be surrounded by love.

In some cases, the Empress indicates moving to a new home, especially if you like to decorate, garden, cultivate your own products, create or surround yourself with beautiful objects. The book suggests a strong sense of property, the Empress's mantra being "This belongs to me."

Pisces

Queen of Cups

The Queen of Cups is nurturing, caring, compassionate and sensitive. She is a good wife and a loving mother as she is emotionally secure and can connect on an emotional level with others. She is admired for her fairness and honesty, and is warm-hearted.

Often a healer, counsellor or psychic, this is a woman who seems to know what is wrong even before you open your mouth. She seems to have exactly the right solution to problems relating to relationships, emotions and feelings..

As with the Court Cards, the Queen of Cups can manifest as a person in your life or as a part of yourself. She is the pure force of Water, and her connection with the subconscious is rivalled only by the High Priestess. When the Queen of Cups appears in a reading, it suggests that you need to empathise with others and to show true compassion.

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