Tag Archives: Hermetic 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 SEVEN OF SWORDS

The key phrase for the mundane meaning of the Seven of Swords is DANGER THROUGH TRAVEL OR SPORT. This is an obvious combination of the traveling Arcanum VII The Conqueror, ruled by sporty Sag, and a message of warning always … 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 FIVE OF COINS

Remembering that Major Arcanum V, The Hierophant, generally means Good Luck, the key phrase for the outer meaning of the Five of Coins is ABUNDANT WEALTH.  If this card comes up in a reading, though, a point to remember is … Continue reading

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The Three of Coins

The key phrase for the outer message of the Three of Coins is MARRIAGE FOR MONEY.  Other interpretations suggested in Blending Astrology, Numerology & Tarot by Doris Doane are: Gain through social activities Profit from partnerships Reward for creative endeavors … Continue reading

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The Two of Swords

     The Two of Swords is the last deuce anchored to Veiled Isis.  Its mundane Key Phrase is Sickness through Overwork. Other suggested interpretations could be: Obstacles overcome by love Mental development through struggle Difficult road to success Marital … Continue reading

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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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