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Romance, Love Or Relationships:
Romance also is likely to be going very well, although in a pretty traditional way (i.e. these energies will work best for you if you can conduct yourself in whatever way someone in your shoes is ‘expected’ to be. Now is not the time to ‘buck the system’ or to be unconventional any more than you have to be.
Card Meanings: Beliefs, Bonded, Conformity, Religion, Marriage, Commitment, Conventional, Traditional Values, Mercy, Traditional Institutions, Inspiration, Social Approval, Forgiveness
The Hierophant is very much about ‘doing the right thing.’ You may be struggling with an issue and are unsure about what is ‘right’ for you to do. Know that the answers are within you. Remember that the ‘right’ thing is what is right for you also.
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Complete Book of Tarot: The Mamluk Sultanate of Egypt (12501517 CE) consisted of a ruling class of soldiers who loved to play card games in their free time. A beautiful example of the Mamluk playing cards can be seen at the Topkapu Museum in Istanbul, Turkey. The pack consists of four suits of thirteen cards each, just as can be found in modern playing card decks. Each suit consists of ten pip (numbered) cards and three court cards: a malik (king), a n?ib malik (viceroy or deputy king), and a th?n? n?ib (second or under-deputy). The four suits of the Mamluk deck include:
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Complete Book of Tarot: Hebrew letter: Vau, Vav, or Waw (a tent peg; a Hebrew word meaning to hook, add, fasten or secure something to prevent it from slipping; the hook, peg, or nail that is used to secure the curtains of the tabernacle). The Hierophant often ‘fastens’ people together in matrimony.
Tarot for Beginners: As the 5th character in the Major Arcana, this card carries the energies of change and expansion, which are best balanced with tradition and conformity. If the High Priestess points to the inner mystery of our experience, the Hierophant points to its outward expression, where we have to determine the difference between right and wrong.
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Tarot for Beginners: Upright, the religious figure of The Hierophant can signify the benefits of identifying with tradition and practical wisdom. It can also indicate that you are about to embark on a new opportunity that will bring you closer to your souls purpose. Now is a good time to take advice from someone you trust, perhaps a mentor who can help you resolve a challenge.