Numerology and Oracles: The Tablets of Fate

Closing your eyes, you reach down and spin the little booklet around on the table before you, taking care not to tear it; the paper won’t take rough handling. Finally stopping, you straighten it out before you. Stretching out your right arm, and letting your wrist hang loose, you point downward with your index finger, curling your other fingers back out of the way. Finally, eyes still closed, your lower your stiffened arm till your finger touches the paper; and opening your eyes you look at the small chart of jumbled numbers to see what you’ve chosen. ===> History of the Tablets The “Tablets of Fate” are an oracle first produced as chap-books in the late 17th century. Chap-books were …

Lover Tarot Readings and the Two of Swords

In tarot reading, The Two of Swords is associated with denial. It often indicates an impasse or stalemate.Its traditional imagery depicts a women holding up two swords while blindfolded. In this context, the blindfold is self-imposed. She has clearly chosen to remain oblivious to the environment that surrounds her. The Two of Swords is also associated to indecision or an inability to make an important choice. It is clear that she is avoiding an important truth. She has created a false sense of reality and is choosing to live in a state of oblivion. This reality offers her a moment of peace. However, this does not negate the existence of the necessity of choosing a new path. At some point, …