Tuesday, April 19, 2016

Page of Wands


Apr 19, 2016
Page of Wands

The Page of Wands is a messenger, usually of good fortune, heralding great events affecting your chosen career. He is energetic, loyal, idealistic, resourceful, and honest, the best kind of friend one could hope for. He can represent either the attitude you need in order to accomplish your aims – the part you must play toward someone of greater influence – or the person you should turn to for help to carry them out.

Monday, April 18, 2016

Three of Cups


Apr 18, 2016
Three of Cups

A fresh start leading to success is offered. Problems that have been troubling you for a while will finally be resolved, leading to a renewed sense of purpose and direction. This card can signal the birth of a new child, new love, friendship, or even career: whichever it is will lead to joy and abundance.

Friday, April 15, 2016

Knight of Wands


Apr 15, 2016
Knight of Wands

The Knight of Wands is a versatile warrior, armed and fearlessly ready for action. The card signifies departures, change, and adventures into the unknown. It’s a warning to keep your eyes and ears open, because you are surrounded by challenge. But if, like the Knight (or with his help), you face it with courage, flexibility, and imagination, there’s every reason that you should triumph in the end.

Thursday, April 14, 2016

Reversed Ten of Cups


Apr 14, 2016
Reversed Ten of Cups

Family disputes and bickering undermine your happiness and poison your relationships outside the family, too. The condition need not last, though, given enough patience and understanding.

Wednesday, April 13, 2016

Reversed Ace of Swords

Apr 13, 2016
Reversed Ace of Swords

Reversed, the Ace of Swords represents danger, and the possible collapse of your dreams through arrogance and insensitivity. But it must be remembered that often grim endings are needed before fresh beginnings. Plan for the long term.

Tuesday, April 12, 2016

Reversed King of Cups


Apr 11, 2016
Reversed King of Cups

His creativity turns to idle dreaming, dishonesty, fickleness, and an inability to see projects through to the end. Disappointment leads him to escapism and addiction, and his bitterness makes him a treacherous friend and bad enemy.

Monday, April 11, 2016

Sun


Apr 11, 2016
Sun

The Sun radiates its blessing upon the world, its benevolent dragon breathing warmth and life into nature. The garden wall by which the children happily play signifies the shelter provided by an ordered world. The card symbolizes the joys of peace and civilization that allow all things, not at least the arts, to bloom. Amid such conditions almost any new enterprise you contemplate will flourish.
Good fortune, material success, energy, and joy are all promised by this card as whatever you undertake is blessed. New beginnings are suggested by the children and the sunflowers craning for the sky. This is a good time for new partnerships in all spheres of life and for refreshing your spirits through simple enjoyment of the good things on offer.

Friday, April 8, 2016

Reversed Knight of Pentacles


Apr 08, 2016
Reversed Knight of Pentacles

The reversed Knight of Pentacles represents stagnation, cowardice, inertia, and laziness. It shows a life in danger of losing its way through idleness and lack of imagination, cultivating narrow prejudices about others that sooner or later backfire.

Thursday, April 7, 2016

Seven of Cups

Apr 07, 2016
Seven of Cups

Daydreaming threatens to distract you from pressing decisions that need to be made soon if you want to realize your hopes. Imagination is a wonderful faculty, but there is always a danger of it degenerating into mere wishful thinking. Divide your plans into distinct practical stages so that you can tell when they start to stray too far from reality.

Wednesday, April 6, 2016

Star


Apr 06, 2016
Star

Like that of the Magi over Bethlehem, the great Star is the portent of a new beginning. The change will take time to manifest, but this most optimistic card signals the return of hope after a period of trial and tribulation. The dragon pouring Water of Life into the lake and onto the land is Truth, whose blinding clarity lights the path from trouble to peace.
Like the return of spring after winter, the Star signals rebirth in any or all aspects of life, and the relaxing of restraints. After an illness, The Star card indicates the return of health. After a period of frustration in relationships or work, it promises the return of joy and blossoming of new partnerships. This is a good time to begin any new venture, and also to travel.

Tuesday, April 5, 2016

Queen of Wands


Apr 5, 2016
Queen of Wands

The Queen of Wands is a mature, practical person with a great down-to-earth wisdom. Charming. sympathetic, and graceful, she is less outgoing than her bold King, but has very strong character and self-possession. She gets things done by talking to individuals rather than groups, and thus getting below the surface of events. Often she is the real leader of a group without it being noticed.

Monday, April 4, 2016

Reversed Strength


Apr 04, 2016
Reversed Strength

The female subduing the dragon represents humanity taming its wilder instincts and channeling them to useful purpose. Unlike St. George who merely killed his dragon, she tames hers and gains its respect, adding its strengths to her own and becoming invincible. She is related to Artemis, or Diana the Huntress, and other pagan Queens of the Beasts.
Strength reversed reveals wasted effort, failure, and the possible alienation of others through the abuse of power. In the reversed card the dragon has won the battle and the woman has become tainted by self-interest. By losing sight of any larger goal she loses the sympathy and the support of others. Here, restraint, modesty, and patience are called for.

Friday, April 1, 2016

Reversed Two of Pentacles


Apr 01, 2016
Reversed Two of Pentacles

Although there is a sense of unreality surrounding some current relationships, it is worth persevering – however, do watch out for ulterior motives in your partners. Get all agreements down in writing so there can be no arguments later.