Bible Numerology and The Number 8

Controversial as it may be, the significance of numbers in the Bible can’t be ignored. There are multiple repeating patterns of numbers and if there was no significance to them then why are they so prominent? The number 8 in Biblical numerology means new beginnings, as well as one who abounds in strength. It is a very powerful number in numerology and lets us see that each new day is a new beginning for us. There are 7 days in the week and the 8th day is a new beginning. God created the world in 6 days and on the 7th he rested so the 8th day was a new beginning. Many people associate the number 8 with luck perhaps …

Love Tarot – The Crossroads of Our Relationships

One of the most common inquiries during a Tarot reading typically concerns matters of romance and partnerships. Naturally, people consult the Tarot for answers about love. One would expect that most people would want knowledge about their future love life: who and when that special somebody would be entering their life. Yet, many come to the Tarot for guidance about a current relationship. Typically, these are the relationships that have reached a stalemate. In these cases, the relationships have lost their sense of direction or purpose. The Tarot has an exceptional ability to uncover the areas in a relationship that are struggling. More importantly, the Tarot can identify the key issues that are going on within each partner. This often …

Transmutation of Passions

I recently had lunch with my dear friend Darlene who is a Master Numerologist and one of my favorite people to brainstorm with. We often meet at a wonderful Thai restaurant in Wells, Maine where we plan workshops, discuss world events and simply enjoy being together. I got my anticipated fortune cookie and it said, “The greatest magic is transmuting of passions.” Hmm. That gave me a lot to think about. Interpreting a fortune cookie feels a lot like English Literature classes when my conclusions about a book did not match that of my teacher’s. So, take what fits here and interpret it in another way. In the Medicine Cards by Jamie Sams & David Carson, transmutation energy (fire medicine) …

Tarot Reading – The Tower Tarot Card & the Promise of Freedom

Perhaps considered one of the most negative cards in the Tarot deck, The Tower is the card of chaos and upheaval. Its contemporary tarot card meanings often refer to disruption, instability, transformation and the inevitable truth. When the Tower card appears in a tarot reading, one can anticipate the total deconstruction of one’s beliefs system. The Tower brings forth an unacknowledged truth. It is an indicator that one’s faulty perceptions have caused the creation of an unreliable foundation. It is a warning that one’s thought processes are not in alignment with a higher truth. It always signifies the commencement of an emotional purging. However, there is much more to the Tower card than the concept of destruction. In truth, the …

What Does the Death Tarot Card Mean?

Tarot reading involves various cards used to gain insight into the current and possible future situations of the seeker. These cards and predictions thus interpreted are guided by a spiritual force, and divine powers. The Tarot deck usually carries 78 cards and every card has it unique meaning. We will talk about a particular card which has fascinated lots of tarot readers and the question seekers; it is the Thirteenth Card in the Deck called the “Death”. This sound scary as in real life death symbolizes the end and null. No one knows what happens after death and there are various theories involving the afterlife or life after death. We will take a view of this Death tarot card through …

What The Magician In Tarot Cards Mean To You

The Magician is the second card in the 22 Tarot trump cards (Major Arcana) and is associated with the number 1. It represents the action and motivation behind all creative forces. If the card is drawn in a reading, it is a strong indicator that luck, talent and skill are on your side and it is the first real steps towards the start of a new cycle of growth and achieving your goals. Referring to the Rider-Waite image of the card, you will see that one hand is pointed to the earth while the other is pointed to the heavens. It is suggesting that you are aspiring to do something great and yet grounded. It is saying to you not …