Spades In Cartomancy – Tarot Reading With The Suit Of Danger And Troubles

Cartomancy is the art of divination using a common deck of playing cards. Spades is the suit of warning of danger and troubles ahead. Take care to learn the meanings of the various Spades in a clients reading, or even your own. Cartomancy roots in the Tarot When we think of cards and divination, we thank of the Tarot. In fact, modern playing cards are descended from the larger and more ornate Tarot deck. With the Major Arcana stripped away, excepting the fool, now transformed into the modern Joker, playing cards became simple to mass produce, and were a common pastime in most homes. It only stands to reason, that divination with cards would also pass to the new simpler …

The Magi Cards: Learning the Basics Which Are Related to Tarot and Astrology

The ancient Magi cards are similar to the Tarot and other Divination decks of cards as well as the regular playing cards we are so familiar with. This system is also referred to as the Mystic Cards and the Quadrate system. It is also similar to Astrology in that there are elements and planetary energies affecting the Magi Card natal and progressed charts. There are four Suits. Each suit has it’s characteristics that affect those whose primary Magi birth cards are of that suit. In reality, our complete Birthday chart often has all or most all the suits represented, but are defined within certain perimeters. A Venus Heart card functions differently than a Saturn Heart card for example.. In fact, …

Three Parts to the Tarot

Most people think Tarot consists of two parts-the Major Arcana and the Minor Arcana, but really there are three! The Court cards from the Minor Arcana (Page, Knight, Queen and King of each suit) are a separate group. The Major Arcana: Starting with The Fool and moving through to The World, this series of cards illustrates progress from a naive, simple attitude, to a state of enlightenment. This part of the deck is full of archetypal images and symbols that indicate psychological aspects of situations. The Major Arcana tells you why things are happening in your life. The Minor Arcana: In the Minor Arcana the suits also show advancement. It starts with the Ace, which indicates the beginning of each …

Suits in Tarot – What Do the Suits in Tarot Mean?

Just like a regular deck, there are 4 suits in Tarot decks. Commonly, they are called “pentacles”, “wands”, “cups”, and “swords”. The diamonds, hearts, clubs, and spades are the same as the suits in Tarot decks, in the order given here. But that is far from the only meanings, as we are about to see. Suits in Tarot also correspond to the four directions, and various emotional and physical states of being, among other things. Pentacles, or diamonds, stand for the earthly element, physical things. Health and home fall under this suit in Tarot. The compass direction of East is shown by this suit. In Tarot, pentacles stand for the season of Fall. It is feminine in nature, and influences …

Clubs In Cartomancy – Tarot Reading With The Suit Of Wealth And Success

Cartmonancy is the art of using normal playing cards in divination. The Clubs suit is considered the channel of wealth and success in a reading. Learn the various meanings of the various Club cards in a client’s reading. Tarot Cards and Cartomancy Just as modern playing cards developed from the tarot deck, so too did Cartomancy develop from Tarot reading. When the simpler to produce playing card deck became a common household item, a system of reading the cards for divination was derived. This oral tradition was passed down for decades until it was published by various sources. The meanings shown here are the ones most generally known in current sources. Remember, two main things make cartomancy simpler to read …

The Base Cards for the Tarot Suit of Swords, Ace Through Five

You may need help in deciphering the sword cards in a tarot deck. This article will help you understand and use these cards more effectively. The Ace of Swords carries with it a duality of authoritative justice and its polar opposite of negative (or aggressive) power. The tarot card itself isn’t inherently positive or negative but depends on the placement in the pattern or the situation presented. It is an all consuming, double edged sword of a power. There is an inner strength here that can carry a person through a victory or send them into defeat. This card can usher in a breakthrough of mental or spiritual clarity. If motivations are positively charged, anything is possible. The Two of …

Tarot Suits and Astrology

The Tarot Deck is made up of 78 cards, and these are divided into two sections, the Major Arcana, and the Minor Arcana. But, you knew that right? What you might not be aware of is, that the cards have influences which are associated with astrology, mainly the elements. It would take hours for you to read the influence of each card in this article, so we will start small. Tarot cards are spilt up into suits, just like your lucky Poker deck. I will be referring to the Rider-Waite deck. It is the most widely known of the decks. The four suits are: Swords, Wands, Cups, and Pentacles. Each of these suits are associated with the four elements of …

What Does it Mean When You Draw the King of Swords in a Tarot Reading

To be able to give accurate tarot reading, you need to know an overview of the four tarot card suits of the Minor Arcana. And be familiar with the generic character traits represented by the four tarot card suit of cups,tarot suit of pentacles, tarot suit of wands and tarot suit of swords. People represented by the tarot card suit of swords especially the King of Swords are thinkers and intellectuals. King of Swords is clever, well educated man with talent of gab and logical thinking. More often you will find him working in some professional capacity as a lawyer, doctor, accountants or psychologists etc. King of Swords has a bright and restless mind. He has a surplus of mental …

Dissecting Tarot Cards and Psychic Clairvoyants

The tale of tarot cards started roughly the 1400’s, a century next from cards were presented in Europe initiating with the developing villages in Italy. The change of Tarot as we know it nowadays has a variety of accounts and folklore. The cryptic characteristics of tarot cards charms teachers, researchers and etherealists. Tarot cards were initially used as fun tokens like regular decks, a variety of from what we conceive of tarot cards nowadays, although a connections to Tarot as a series of devil cards was made in 1450. The enchantment of tarot cards started in Egypt, which is the equal civilization that supported astrology. Tarot cards are separated into five divisions: The Major Arcana, The Suit of Wands, The …

Cartomancy and the Suits – Tarot reading With A Modern Card Deck

Cartmonancy is the art of reading someone’s fortune with a modern deck of playing cards. One of the primary elements of this divination art is the predominant suit found in a reading. See what the four suits; Hearts, Clubs, Diamonds, and Spades predict in terms of your fortune and areas of interest. Cartmonancy; from Tarot Cards to Playing Cards Just as playing cards evolved from the Tarot deck, Cartomancy developed from Tarot reading. Lacking the cards of the Major Arcana, and the four pages or lords from the Minor arcana, playing cards give a simpler reading, but can still provide us with facilitating insight. Also, learning to do a reading with normal playing cards is easier, and the materials are …

Tarot Cards Demystified – The Suit of Pentacles

There are many ways to interpret the symbolism found in Tarot Cards. There are varying points of view that exist about what each card means or represents. This is just one way of interpreting them. When you understand this method you will find it to be extremely accurate. Tarot Cards have a lot in common with Regular Playing Cards. Both types of cards have four suits. However, the Tarot also has some additional cards that a Regular Playing Card Deck does not have. A Tarot Card Deck has seventy-eight cards. The suit of Pentacles is similar to Diamonds in a deck of regular playing cards. Some of the qualities and meanings for the suit of Pentacles are: * Earth * …