Tag Archives: Egyptian Tarot

THREE CARD TAROT SPREADS

Three card tarot spreads are fun and versatile.  The adage “less is more” applies because three cards seem to provide just enough information without confusing the issue.  One of the best Tarot exercises for beginners to learn how to read … Continue reading

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The Six of Cups

The key phrase for the Six of Cups is A LOVE AFFAIR.  By this phrase, we are not describing a committed relationship.  The Six of Cups can also mean a love attraction that may be unrequieted.  Other mundane meanings may … Continue reading

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The Four of Cups

The Four of Cups.

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The Two of Cups

  The key phrase for the outer meaning of this card is Work of Love.  The work is a reflection of Arcanum II, Veiled Isis symbolizing Labor, and the love is a reflection of the emotion of cups.  Other combinations … Continue reading

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The Two of Scepters

Major Arcanum II, Veiled Isis, anchors the twos, sometimes called deuces. Veiled Isis is ruled by Virgo and represents duality, the subconscious, intuition, remembering, and non-communication. The key phrase for the outer meaning of the first deuce in this series, … Continue reading

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ARCANUM XIX – THE SUN

  The eclipsed Sun of Arcanum XVIII is now revealed, and happy days are here again!   A man and a woman hold hands within a circle of flowers.   They are obviously in love and as happy as they would be … Continue reading

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ARCANUM XVIII – THE MOON

Like Veiled Isis, this is a difficult card for most readers because it could represent so many things, the first being a mystery. The second most common interpretation of The Moon is a period of depression, moodiness, or insanity.  The … Continue reading

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