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The Devil Tarot Card: Understanding a Complicated Tarot Figure
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by on August 7, 2017December 21, 2020

The Devil Tarot Card: Understanding a Complicated Tarot Figure

Lately the Devil Tarot Card has been stalking me. In almost every reading I have done for myself in about a year. I started to really dread him and I was afraid to pull a card and see his tail and crazy eyes. Again. Especially when reading about certain issues in my life. But recently,...

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8 Scariest Tarot Cards
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by on April 25, 2016December 21, 2020

8 Scariest Tarot Cards

My Pick of 8 Scariest Tarot Cards   In a previous last post, we looked at the most positive cards but now’s time for the 8 Scariest Tarot Cards. The ones we all hope not to draw in a reading. But will eventually.   The Tarot is made of 78 cards, some of them indisputably positive, some of...

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The Magician in Tarot
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by on November 6, 2015December 21, 2020

The Magician in Tarot

THE MAGICIAN IN TAROT   The Magician is the first Tarot card of the deck and full of promises. But who is the Magician anyway? In the Marseille tradition, the magician is called “Bateleur”, a word that takes us back to the Middle Ages. “Bateleurs” were public amusers who would perform small tricks on market...

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by on October 25, 2015December 21, 2020

Halloween Tarot Reading – The Haunted House

Halloween Tarot Reading – The Haunted House Tutorial   There are many sayings and quotes about fear. Popular wisdom usually advises to face a fear and look it straight in the eyes to overcome it. That’s the hard way and not necessarily a bad way. Some people say you have to tackle fear progressively. Whether you’re doing...

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The Tarot Card by Card: The Hanged Man (Le Pendu)
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by on August 26, 2015December 21, 2020

The Tarot Card by Card: The Hanged Man (Le Pendu)

Hello fellow Taroters! Today, the Tarot Card By Card series returns. On the menu: The Hanged Man Tarot Card. The aim of this series of blog post is to shed light on one card in particular, without going overkill. Let’s have a look at the major symbolism, a bit of history and messages of the Hanged...

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