- 02-The High Priestess Upright Golden Work Tarot Reading
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- 02-The High Priestess Reversed Golden Work Tarot Reading
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- 02-The High Priestess Reversed Golden Family Tarot Reading
The High Priestess: Reversed Meanings
It’s helpful to approach the numerology of the tarot as a cycle. Even numbers are often stable and enduring, while odd numbers generally embody various states of change and instability. The tarot is actually cyclical, so each ending also signifies a new beginning. Understanding the numerology of the tarot can provide a helpful window into the reading of the cards. Beyond learning the facts of numerology and the cards themselves, your accuracy in interpreting them will depend on your intuition and/or psychic abilities. With neither, a tarot reading will not mean much or could actually be quite harmful and a lack of empathy would suggest perhaps this is the wrong path to be on.
The Golden Tarot Major Arcana
Major Arcana cards show up when things are happening that pull us towards a certain destiny or path. Many Major Arcana cards in a reading is often a sign that our Spirit Guides and Angels are working behind the scenes to set everything up for us so that we can live the lives we are destined to live. While the Minor Arcana cards focus on the everyday actions and decisions you must face, these Major Arcana cards reveal messages about the bigger picture of your life and its long-term direction. A major arcana card represents an energy that is deep, strong, decisive or long-term. When a major arcana card appears in a reading, you have tapped into a powerful energy in some area of your life. The minor arcana cards do not carry the same weight, but they are still important. They chart the ups and downs of daily life and register changes in feelings and thoughts. These dramas are gripping while they occur, but they pass with time as new concerns take their place.
Comprised of imagery from the European masters paintings, Golden Tarot cards pay tribute to artwork of the Middle Ages and early Renaissance. The Golden Tarot of Klimt is one of the best for artwork. Golden Tarot aims to reconnect the Tarot aesthetically and esoterically to its origins in early-renaissance Italy. From a time of violence, pestilence and oppression came poignant images of gentle beauty and human frailty.
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Complete Book of Tarot: Finally, I should mention that for many contemporary tarot readers, the High Priestess is a symbol of the wisdom of the tarot. Originally called the Female Pope (La Papessa), this priestess represents an unorthodox, nonpatriarchal approach to knowing. In the Rider-Waite-Smith tradition, she sits in front of a body of water, signifying our emotions and the unconscious. Behind her stretches a veil that obscures the entryway to the inner world of hidden knowledge. Either side of the priestess stand light and dark pillars, suggesting that she can help us to reconcile apparently conflicting dualities. As an unorthodox wisdom figure, La Papessa offers us access to extraordinary ways of knowing, including the various occult and esoteric sciences. Her astrological symbol is the Moon, a feminine planet linked to cycles, sleep, dreams, intuition, goddesses, spellcasting, shapeshifting, and ceremonial magic.
Creative Tarot: The Marseilles is also when the tarot began to take on a more, lets say, mystical quality. Alchemical and astrological imagery began to show up on the cards, and its around this time we have the first evidence that the cards were used for divination as well as game playing. Robert M. Place, in his book The Tarot: History, Symbolism, and Divination, points to a cycle of Venetian sonnets called the Merlini Cocai Sonnets (Cocai being the pseudonym of the sixteenth-century Italian poet Teofilo Folengo) as containing the first written record of the cards being used for fortune-telling. In the sonnets, the Major Arcana cards are used in a spread to foresee what will happen to the characters of the story.
Complete Book of Tarot: To answer this question, I shuffled the tarot deck carefully and randomly drew four cards (four is the number of structure and organization) while focusing in a relaxed and open state of mind on the intention of receiving an answer to my question. Intention, as we shall see, plays a critical role in tarot reading. Shuffling the cards with sincere intention and expectation of receiving a helpful response is essential to the process. Insincere or frivolous questions result in a meaningless, random set of cards.
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