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What Are Angel Numbers and What Do They Mean?

Discover the meaning of angel numbers and understand what the universe or your spiritual guides are trying to tell you.

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How to Practice Coffee Fortune Telling

Coffee fortune reading is one of the most popular ways to tell fortunes and is used all over Eastern Europe and Turkey. This article includes a simple practice that can be mastered by anyone and practiced at home. Photos are included.

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3 Ways to Use Crystals for Divination

Crystals can be easily used as effective divination tools. Here we explore three ways you can integrate crystals into your divination practice.

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The King of Swords in Tarot and How to Read It

The King of Swords is an intelligent, balanced, and well-respected person who not only has compassion for his people but also a long-term vision. Find out what this card could mean if it shows up in your tarot reading.

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The Queen of Swords in Tarot and How to Read It

The Queen of Swords is a wise woman who people respect. She cannot be easily tricked or persuaded. She is someone who seeks the truth on all matters. Find out what this card could mean if it shows up in your tarot reading.

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The Knight of Swords in Tarot and How to Read It

The Knight of Swords represents a powerful person who is competitive, intelligent, and wild. This is someone who is driven toward success. It would be better to align with this person than stand against them—as long as their motives are ethical and sound.

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The Page of Swords in Tarot and How to Read It

The Page of Swords represents a person who is intelligent, full of potential, and quite the chatterbox. This is someone you want on your team. Be careful, however, as sometimes these successful people are imposters.

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The Nine of Swords in Tarot and How to Read It

The Nine of Swords is an unpleasant card related to suffering, paranoia, anguish, and depression. However, there is light at the end of the tunnel if you can tolerate the stressful period that is indicated by this card.

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The Eight of Swords in Tarot and How to Read It

The Eight of Swords is a compelling card about a woman who is tied up and blindfolded. She is in a cage of swords. If she thinks wisely, she can get out of the situation—but she needs to think fast. Find out what this card could mean if it shows up in your tarot reading.

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The Seven of Swords in Tarot and How to Read It

The Seven of Swords is about betrayal and shouldn't be taken lightly. It relates to an important matter, so you don't want to ignore it when this card shows up in your tarot reading.

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The Six of Swords in Tarot and How to Read It

The Six of Swords is about a powerful journey that must be taken in order to bring you growth and enlightenment. You'll be asked to reduce your belongings so that you don't have baggage that holds you back. Find out what this card could mean when it shows up in your tarot reading.

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The Five of Swords in Tarot and How to Read It

The Five of Swords is about the dangers of overconfidence. Someone who has too much pride in themselves often can't be reasoned with and pushes away all their friends. This card is a sign you need to seek humility and be comfortable with compromise if you want to move forward.

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The Three of Swords in Tarot and How to Read It

The Three of Swords is most commonly associated with breakups and often spells trouble for lovers. Learn more about what this card might mean if it shows up in your tarot reading.

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The Two of Swords in Tarot and How to Read It

The Two of Swords is associated with meditation and important decisions. If this card comes up in your reading, it could be a sign that you are in a stalemate, and the only way out is to use your intuition. Learn more about this card and what it could mean when it shows up in your tarot reading.

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The Ace of Swords in Tarot and How to Read It

Illumination is the goal of the Suit of Swords, and the cards of this suit deal with power, knowledge, misfortune, and nobility. This is the most ominous suit of tarot because it directly deals with life or death situations. Find out what the Ace of Swords could mean if it shows up in your reading.

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The King of Wands in Tarot and How to Read It

The King of Wands is an ambitious character who provides for his kingdom. Read on to learn about this card and the King of Wands reversed.

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The Queen of Wands in Tarot and How to Read It

The Queen of Wands represents a powerful woman who inspires others. She encourages you to be courageous and enthusiastic about your beliefs. Read on to find out more about this card, as well as the Queen of Wands reversed.

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The Knight of Wands in Tarot and How to Read It

The Knight of Wands is a highly focused person who wants to succeed in life. This person will chase after their dreams, ensuring that they come true. Find out more about what this card could mean when it shows up in your tarot reading.

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The Page of Wands in Tarot and How to Read It

The Page of Wands is an incredibly special card associated with spiritual awakening, peace, and revelations. Find out what this card could mean when it shows up in your tarot reading.

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Angel Number 333: Meaning, Symbolism, and Possible Interpretations

Do you keep seeing the number 333? Find out the spiritual meaning behind this powerful number.

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The Ten of Wands in Tarot and How to Read It

The Ten of Wands is about being overwhelmed and could be a sign that you are trying to do too much to impress yourself and others. Read on to learn more about what this card might indicate and ways you can unburden yourself.

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The Nine of Wands in Tarot and How to Read It

The Nine of Wands represents the aftermath of a major battle. It is a sign that you may need to determine how important your goals are and if you have enough energy to fight for them.

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The Eight of Wands in Tarot and How to Read It

The Eight of Wands indicates rapid movement and could indicate that you will finally see progress after experiencing a lot of delays. Find out more about what this card could mean if it shows up in your tarot reading.

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The Six of Wands in Tarot and How to Read It

The Six of Wands is about public recognition. It indicates that spending time with a community will be good for you. You want to be around people who lift you up, who believe in you, and who have an interest in your ambitions.

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The Five of Wands in Tarot and How to Read It

The Five of Wands is about how to navigate rising tensions. You could use chaos to outmaneuver your enemies and secure the upper hand, or you could ignore all the artificial confrontations and focus on something else. One way or another, this card is a reminder to be a master of your thoughts.

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The Four of Wands in Tarot and How to Read It

The Four of Wands promises that good times are on the way and generally represents a wedding or a new marriage. The card is a sign to cherish the good times ahead! Find out what this card could mean when it shows up in your tarot reading.

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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 her most important priorities are. 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'

Have you met someone who claims to be divine? 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 with 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

Do you do card readings? My preference is always to use a tarot deck. But what do you do if no tarot cards are available? Don't worry. 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. Read on to find out what drawing this card could mean for you.