- Select one card then click it once it turns over.
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Guide for beginners:
- Concentrate on any particular situation you may need help with.
- When you are ready, select a card.
- Speaking out loud or in your head, describe the card as if you were talking to a friend.
- Don’t try to analyze the meaning of the card at this stage. Simply say what you see on the card
- If you gain any insights as you are thinking about the card, jot them down.
- Next think about possible interpretations. Do any of these meanings relate to your current life or the situation you sought help with?
- Later in the day, reflect on the card and ask yourself the same questions. In what ways has the archetype of the card appeared in your life?
- If a single card for the day answer your question, try drawing another.
- Remember that practice is key to interpreting One-Card Tarot Readings
- Choose a second card or one from our Major Arcana Reading if you need further guidance on cards
Repeat with groups of two or more cards. How does one card connect to the others? What do they have in common? How do they contrast with one another? What would need to happen for the situation on one card to develop into the scene depicted on the next? Which characters are looking at each other? Which are looking away from one another? How might the characters on different cards interact?
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LLewellyns Complete Book of the Tarot by Anthony Luis Buy the Book!
Complete Book of Tarot: Mathers (1888): The Juggler. Will, willpower, dexterity; (R) will applied to evil ends, weakness of will, cunning, knavishness.
Complete Book of Tarot: Hebrew letters: Ayin (an eye; a Hebrew word meaning to see, watch, experience, know; also primeval light, shade, a spring or fountain, as an eye producing purifying tears in response to pain or grief). In the Bible, Lucifers name means bringer of light. The letter Ghah is also associated with the Devil card. According to Jeff Benner, the twenty-third letter of the ancient Hebrew alphabet, Ghah (a twisted rope), was absorbed into the modern letter Ayin. 38 Ghah means twisted, dark, or wicked, and refers to goats because of their twisted horns. In modern slang, horny has come to mean lustful or sexually preoccupied. Perhaps the combination Ayin Ghah associated with this card suggests adopting a twisted view of the world. Coincidentally, Capricorn the goat of astrology is assigned to the Devil trump.
Portable Magic: Gathering up the cards at the end of the ritual signifies its end. It is best to gather the cards up individually in the reverse order to which they were laid out. If you make a mistake gathering up the cards it is not fatal to the ritual fulfilment. Shuffling the cards wipes them clean of their ritual associations, so that they may be used again to represent other individuals, and other ritual purposes. There is no danger that a specific meaning will be burned into a card permanently. Just as is true in Tarot divination, when the cards are shuffled in Tarot magic, they are randomized and in this way returned to a chaotic state. Since there are only seventy-eight Tarot cards, and an infinite possible number of meanings in the world, it is necessary that each card be able to express more than a single meaning, both in divination and in ritual. Shuffling the cards is what allows them to do so.
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Complete Book of Tarot: 20. According to the U.S. patent No. 465,588 filed on December 22, 1891, the inventor of toilet paper intended it to be used as over rather than under. (For a diagram of its intended use, see www.today.com/home/toilet-paper-over-or-under-debate-resolved-1891-patent-t9776.)