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Eight of Wands

Now you have the freedom and space to move forward with your plans and activities. The Eight of Wands is a card full of energy and dynamism, that propels you forward to reach your goals at a much faster pace than ever before. You will be very busy but enthusiastic and energetic about your progress.

The Eights talk about structure, while the Wands are about raw energy. Thus, the structure of the Eight creates a channel through which the raw energy can flow. This experience can be very productive, allowing you to accomplish a lot in short time.

 With the Eight of Wands you can expect a rapid completion of a project that is currently underway but you can also expect that very soon to be occupied by something new and exciting.


Ace of Pentacles

The Ace of Pentacles, like the Aces of the other suits, is representative of new beginnings, fresh energy, and inspiration. In this case, the Pentacles are equivalent to the alchemical element of Earth, and therefore symbolise the material world and things associated with matter and the body. Pentacles also represent money and the financial concerns that you may have at the time of your reading.

This card indicates the beginning of new energy and revitalised interest in the material or financial areas of your life. It may represent the beginning of new investments or the willingness to undertake a new business venture. There is also the possible indication of a legacy or influx of money from an unexpected source.

The Ace of Pentacles is symbolic of wealth, not just in the financial sense but also in a more holistic sense. On a broader level, this Ace indicates abundance in all areas of your life and a general feeling that you are indeed blessed and deserving of everything that comes your way.


Queen of Wands

The Queen of Wands signifies the female, dominant, energy of the Fire element. She is not afraid to show her strength, nor does she avoids the challenges. Therefore, she is a strong leader, who focuses on her desires, intending to get what she wants.

Thus, the Queen of Bata shows that you are strong, independent and able to sustain your own creative vision, even in the face of adversity. You know what you want and how to get it and you have the ability to mobilize those around you to reach your goals.

The Queen of Wands is extremely energetic, and has an active, busy life. It radiates health and vitality and has an inner vibration that fills it with energy and inspiration. This queen is a natural born and intelligent leader, who inspires others actively.

The Queen of Wands asks you to be daring and courageous in your engagements and actions. Your creative energies are great and you have a good sense of your life direction.


Knight of Cups

The Knight of Cups is the most sensible of the Knights, but that does not mean that he is any less of a Knight. It simply implies that he is in touch with his intuition and emotions, and he uses them for his own good during his quests of romance and seduction.

When faced with a decision, he will always go with what his heart tells him, whether it is logical or not and the decisions will be made without much thought.

As with all Court Cards, the Knight of Cups can manifest as an event, a person in your life, or as a part of yourself. The Knight of the Cups often appears as a messenger, an invitation or the arrival of someone or something with an emotional benefit.

The Knight of Cups represents the undertaking of the creative adventure hinted at in the Page of Cups. If you are about to start a new creative project, direct your imagination into the ‘real’ world. The Knight of Cups brings a warning about getting too caught up in fantasy and the romanticism of life.


The Emperor

The Emperor, the partner of the Empress, symbolizes the Masculine Principle and the Patriarch. He represents power and authority, and his stern attitude is quite different from the sensual beauty of the Empress.

This card is a symbol of experience and suggests that you or a person near you is worthy of listening to because he has seen the consequences of his actions.

The Emperor signifies determination, action, initiative and leadership. He offers structure and stability. This patriarchal character offers guidance, advice and wisdom to others, demonstrating authority and stability.


Nine of Cups

Nines represent personal integrity and completion, or the final stage of development. Thus, the Nine of Cups shows a tendency to daydream and enjoy the pleasures of life. You are likely to spend more time thinking about big ideas and grand schemes for an ideal lifestyle than doing the work you need to do right now to execute those ideas.

More generally, the Nine of Cups reflects happiness in all areas such as health, finances, work, luck, love or relationships. After the difficult choices of the Seven and the stagnation of the Eight, the Cups suit starts to balance out with the Nine. One of the most positive and uplifting cards of the entire deck, the Nine of Cups shows satisfaction on all levels – emotional, physical, and sensual.

As a Cups card, the Nine usually refers to an emotionally fulfilling situation, such as the strengthening of a romantic bond, the solidification of a friendship or the consummation of a sexual relationship. It shows that joy and happiness are within your grasp. In fact, you probably already have them. It is a sign to enjoy the abundance of life and to feel each of your emotions as if you had never felt any of them before.


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.


Page of Pentacles

The Page of Pentacles is a card of dreams and the desire to manifest those dreams in the material world. You may be in the midst of a new project such as a hobby, business venture, or the beginning of a new educational experience.

In any case, the Page is a sign of enthusiasm and desire, focused around a goal or a ‘dream’. The card does not indicate the fulfilment of dreams as much as the initial motivation and energy to begin the process of creating those dreams in reality. Therefore, this card encourages you to begin to put in place clear plans and actions that will ultimately lead you to achieve your dreams and goals.

Now is the time to start acting on all of those grand ideas and concepts that have been brewing in your imagination. Now is the time to make them real!


The Fool

The Fool is numbered 0, the number of unlimited potential, and does not actually have a specific place in the sequence of the Tarot cards. The Fool can be either at the beginning of the Major Arcana or at the end. The Major Arcana symbolizes the Fool’s journey through life  so he is the hero of this journey and therefore he doesn't need a number.

Fool represents the need to embark in a new journey, one completely unknown and that will carry you to uncharted territories. The Fool is about new experiences, personal growth, development and adventure. The Fool lives a carefree life, free from worry and anxietyan he does not seem to mind if he does not know what the future holds for him.



The Death card is probably the most feared and misunderstood card of the Tarot deck, because people tend to interpret it literally. In fact, Death means separation, let go of something of great importance, an ending.

This card may, however, be one of the richest and most positive cards of the Tarot. Death symbolizes the completion of a major step or major chapter of your life, which can bring a valuable new beginning.

You have to close a door to open another. You have to leave the past behind, tear yourself from the past, so you could embrace new opportunities and possibilities.


Four of Spades

The Four of Swords shows a period of rest and recovery after a time of challenge, with the promise that, once recovered, you can and will return to the challenge. In the meantime, the Four of Swords provides a new challenge – to stay silent and inactive. You need to replenish your strength and spend time in spiritual thinking. You need to rest and relax.

The Four of Swords is a reminder that after every crisis and before every new challenge, there is always a time of relaxation and contemplation. Constant stress and tension will break even the hardest and most resilient of people but brief periods of rest enable you to refresh your energy, concentration and focus, ready for the next challenge.

The Four of Swords is also a sign that you can stop worrying, put down your defences and take a breather from the chaos around you. For the moment there is a truce and you can catch your breath without being attacked again.


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.

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