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The Three of Wands in Tarot and How to Read It

The Three of Wands is a symbol of foresight and leadership. The wise leader looks at the battlefield and knows what to do next. Find out what this card could mean if it shows up in your tarot reading.

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The Two of Wands in Tarot and How to Read It

The Two of Wands is about formulating a clear strategy for your dreams. What makes you passionate? Where do you naturally succeed? The Two of Wands encourages you to be decisive and pursue what you want.

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The Ace of Wands in Tarot and How to Read It

The Ace of Wands is the luckiest card in the tarot, often representing upcoming possibilities and opportunities. It encourages you to think about what you desire. Find out what this card could mean if it shows up in your tarot reading!

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The King of Pentacles in Tarot and How to Read It

The King of Pentacles is full to the brim with knowledge, has a generous heart, and is well-liked in his community. Find out what it could mean if this card shows up in your tarot reading!

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The Queen of Pentacles in Tarot and How to Read It

The Queen of Pentacles has pretty much everything at her fingertips. She makes good decisions that benefit her and her family, and she knows what are her most important priorities. Find out more about what this card could mean if it shows up in your tarot reading!

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The Knight of Pentacles in Tarot and How to Read It

The Knight of Pentacles is fueled by a combo of fire and earth energies and is considered the hard worker of tarot. This is someone who will make sure that a job gets done. Find out what this card could mean if it shows up in your tarot reading!

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The Page of Pentacles in Tarot and How to Read It

The Page of Pentacles represents new beginnings and hope. This card is often associated with building new skills, getting offered a new job, and/or going to school. Find out what this card could mean when it shows up in your tarot reading!

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Help-Seeking and Social Media: A Message From 'Psyche'

If you are genuinely reaching out in an online spiritual community, keep this in mind: anyone who responds and claims to be channeling 'spirit' (or the like) is probably trying to deceive you or is deluding themselves.

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The Ten of Pentacles in Tarot and How to Read It

The Ten of Pentacles is one of the most providential cards in tarot. It indicates that you know how to both make your wealth last and give generously to others. Find out what this card could mean when it comes up in a tarot reading.

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The Nine of Pentacles in Tarot and How to Read It

The Nine of Pentacles indicates you are financially independent. You make wise financial decisions and have a balanced life when it comes to material goods and your own self-care. Find out more about what this card could mean if it shows up in your tarot reading.

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Why Learning to Read Tarot Will Change How You View Life

Tarot is not just for telling fortunes and all that woo-woo stuff. It can deliver wisdom and insights into situations—both good and bad.

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The Seven of Pentacles in Tarot and How to Read It

The Seven of Pentacles indicates that you're making the right moves to achieve your dreams and goals. You're working hard and persevering through difficult times and dull situations. If you continue at your current pace, you will eventually arrive at your desired destination.

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The Six of Pentacles in Tarot and How to Read It

The Six of Pentacles is about having a generous spirit and encourages justice, fairness, and equality. This card also encourages you to save time for yourself. Find out what this card could signify if it shows up in your tarot reading.

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The Five of Pentacles in Tarot and How to Read It

The Five of Pentacles is an unflattering card and often foretells pandemics, plagues, economic collapse, poverty, and famine. Find out what this card could mean for you if it shows up in your tarot reading.

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The Four of Pentacles in Tarot and How to Read It

The Four of Pentacles is about your relationship to money. Find out what this card could mean if it shows up in your tarot reading.

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The Three of Pentacles in Tarot and How to Read It

The Three of Pentacles is about collaboration and indicates you are on a team that supports you and has a vision for your growth. Find out more about what this card could mean for you if it shows up in your tarot reading!

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The Two of Pentacles in Tarot and How to Read It

The Two of Pentacles is often called the juggler card and is about successfully juggling different tasks. When you juggle things correctly, you'll be closer to accomplishing your goals. Find out what this card could mean if it shows up in your tarot reading.

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The Ace of Pentacles in Tarot and How to Read It

The Ace of Pentacles is about new beginnings and carries the reminder that we need to be good to ourselves. Find out what this card could mean when it shows up in a Tarot reading.

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The King of Cups in Tarot and How to Read It

The King of Cups is a wise and compassionate leader. He has a good relationship with himself and can therefore support healthy relationships with others. Find out what this card could mean in a Tarot reading.

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The Queen of Cups in Tarot and How to Read It

The Queen of Cups is a wonderfully positive card that encourages you to be in tune with your intuition. Find out what this card could mean if it shows up in your Tarot reading.

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The Knight of Cups in Tarot and How to Read It

The Knight of Cups is about an ideal romantic partner—the ultimate catch. The card is sometimes called the "Prince Charming" card. Find out what this card could mean when it comes up in a Tarot reading.

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How to Tell the Future With Regular Playing Cards

My preference is always to use a tarot deck. But if there is none available, it's easy to use regular playing cards to tell the future outcome of a situation.

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The Page of Cups in Tarot and How to Read It

The Page of Cups is a positive card about optimism and wellness. The card is about connecting with your inner child, developing your emotional maturity, and allowing yourself to be curious. Find out more about what this card could mean if it comes up in your reading.

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The Eight of Cups in Tarot and How to Read It

The Eight of Cups is about relationships, emotions, and intuition. It teaches you that sometimes you have to walk away from situations in order to make a better investment in your future.

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The Seven of Cups in Tarot and How to Read It

The Seven of Cups is about wishful thinking. The cups on the card reveal all your secret desires—some of which you might not even know exist. Find out what this card could mean when it shows up in a reading.

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The Six of Cups in Tarot and How to Read It

The Six of Cups is about your optimistic side. It's about reflecting on your childhood memories and remembering your first friends. Find out what this card could mean when it shows up in a Tarot reading.

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The Five of Cups in Tarot and How to Read It

The Five of Cups—whether upright or reversed—is about sorrow. Find out what this card could mean for you if it shows up in your Tarot reading.

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The Four of Cups in Tarot and How to Read It

The Four of Cups is about learning how to be alone with your thoughts and feelings. Find out what this card means for you when it shows up in a reading.

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The Two of Cups in Tarot and How to Read It

The Two of Cups is a positive card and is associated with new relationships, new business deals, and new creative projects. Find out what this card could mean if it shows up in your reading.

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The Ace of Cups in Tarot and How to Read It

The Ace of Cups is about initial feelings—it could relate to an initial attraction, a new business opportunity, or a pregnancy. Find out what this card could mean when it shows up in a Tarot reading.

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The World Card in Tarot and How to Read It

The World card is a positive one that is associated with accomplishment, harmony, and peace. On an individual level, it has to do with self-actualization. On a larger scale, it has to do with the World turning into a paradise. Read on to find out about this powerful card.

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The Judgement Card in Tarot and How to Read It

Judgement is one of the most powerful cards in Tarot. It calls you to directly look at yourself and consider why you feel guilty. It encourages you to stop punishing yourself and allow for self-liberation. This card is about letting go of the chains of personal hell, so you can seek heaven.

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The Sun Card in Tarot and How to Read It

The Sun card is one of the best cards to appear in a reading and is considered the most positive card of Tarot. Even in the reversed form, the Sun still carries positive messages with it. Find out what this card could mean if it comes up in your Tarot reading.

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The Moon Card in Tarot and How to Read It

The Moon card relates to fears and repressed emotions that need to be addressed before they overtake you. The Moon encourages you to get in touch with your unconscious mind to understand what motivates you, what inspires you, and what is at the root of your anxiety.

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The Star Card in Tarot and How to Read It

The Star card is a sign of hope. It proves that the Divine is the highest judge, and you cannot resist the fate of the cosmos. The Star reminds us that no disaster shall prevail forever, and there is hope on the other side. It reminds us that life has meaning.

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The Tower Card in Tarot and How to Read It

The Tower card is about sudden change—usually for the worst. Tragedy is inevitable in our lives, and the best we can do is approach difficult situations with grace and humility. Plan more and when the unexpected happens, you'll be ready to defend yourself and minimize the damage.

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The Devil Card in Tarot and How to Read It

The Devil card gives people the creeps. It doesn't mean demonic forces are in play, but it does mean you need to consider your lesser self. You need to address your flaws and cut the cord between attachments that are holding you back.

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The Temperance Card in Tarot and How to Read It

Temperance is an excellent card to receive in a reading. It is about self-healing, balance, moderation, and restraint. This card is about meditation and self-evaluation. Accepting the card's lessons will help you to go with the flow, stay calm under pressure, and soften your aggressive side.

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The Death Card in Tarot and How to Read It

The Death card in Tarot is generally met with fear. People new to the card worry it means an actual death is around the corner, but it is more than likely that the card is hinting that a big change is coming. You are leaving one chapter to enter a new one—change can be scary at any time of life.

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The Hanged Man Card in Tarot and How to Read It

The Hanged Man card has many different interpretations. It could represent a martyr or a traitor. This card is about getting stuck in limbo and trying to figure out how to be free again. Uncover what this card could mean for you if it shows up in your Tarot reading.

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The Strength Card in Tarot and How to Read It

The Strength card is easy to understand. It's about knowing how you work from the inside. You need inner strength if you want to be a good leader. If you're leading by arrogance and manipulation, things will fall apart. As the old saying goes—you'll win more with honey than vinegar.

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The Hermit Card in Tarot and How to Read It

The Hermit is a call to solitude. When the Hermit card appears, it means you need to look within for answers. It is time to step away from people and events in order to heal. You need time to reevaluate your goals, motivations, and identity. You need to break free from the materialistic world.

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The Chariot Card in Tarot and How to Read It

The upright Chariot is generally positive when it appears in a reading. It means that the querent is on the right track with their goals and that they have the necessary ingredients to achieve their dreams.

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The Lovers Card in Tarot and How to Read It

The Lovers is one of the most compelling cards in Tarot and relates to the unification of two forces. The card could be about a romantic relationship, or it could be about uniting the conscious and subconscious minds together. Find out why people are excited to see this card in a reading.

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The Hierophant Card in Tarot and How to Read It

The Hierophant card in Tarot is loaded with religious symbolism and is about the religious authority archetype. When the card is upright, it encourages a querent to be in the company of like-minded people. When the card is in reverse, it encourages you to teach yourself.

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The Emperor Card in Tarot and How to Read It

The Emperor card represents masculinity, fatherhood, leaders, and kings. It is the highest card of the secular world. It represents a mastery of the throne brought on by years of experience and the development of expertise.

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The Empress Card in Tarot and How to Read It

The Empress card in Tarot represents motherhood, femininity, matriarchs, and pregnancies. The reversed version of the card encourages the querent to put their self-care and healing first. The card is about getting in touch with your surroundings, using your senses, and accepting beauty.

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The High Priestess Card in Tarot and How to Read It

The High Priestess is one of the more compelling cards in Tarot. It encourages people to get to know their own minds better before trying to make decisions. Not everything is as it seems, and this card is a reminder to reflect upon various dimensions of your situation.

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10 Frightening and Misunderstood Tarot Symbols

Meet the hairiest symbols of the Tarot. Muwhaha.

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How to Interpret the Magician Card in Tarot

The Magician card is the card of a mentor and is about manifestation and hope. The Magician seeks to inspire people's curiosities, to mold the paths of Fools, and to bring us all into higher awareness. These people drift between the worlds of the mortals and the immortals.