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The Ace of Arrows – The Babylonian Tarot

The Ace of Arrows – The Babylonian Tarot

In The Babylonian Tarot deck, Arrows are what in the Rider-Waite deck are Swords. The symbol of this arrow shows a bow behind it, indicating that the arrow is about to be launched into motion, designed to hit a target. There is intention and new beginning in the symbolism of this card. Sandra Tabatha Cicero, the creator of this deck, defines this card as “Great power for good or evil. Triumph of force and will. Tremendous power. Prosperity and fertility….

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Easter Weekend 2013 Tarot Forecast

Easter Weekend 2013 Tarot Forecast

This Easter weekend is one that comes after a LONG cold and snowy Winter season that even stretched into Spring, for many people. It is an Easter that follows closely on the heels of the Vernal Equinox that signals Spring in the Northern hemisphere and Winter in the Southern hemisphere. We have been through some very challenging transits too, with a pileup of Mercury, Chiron and Neptune in Pisces and the latter two bringing some every strong and sensitive energies…

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WEEKEND TAROT (October 26, 2012) – Knight of Wands

WEEKEND TAROT (October 26, 2012) – Knight of Wands

WEEKEND TAROT (October 26, 2012) – Knight of Wands. The action this weekend may start off slowly but there is more likely to be some sudden change, some impulsive, exciting diversion in the course of things, that changes your life. The Knight of Wands represents passion, lust, energy, excitement, impulsiveness, spontaneity, and adventure. It is fast-moving energy. You can look for this weekend to also possibly present a young man (late 20s to late 30s) who may suddenly bring some change…

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WEEKEND TAROT (September 7, 2012) – The 4 of Swords

WEEKEND TAROT (September 7, 2012) – The 4 of Swords

Weekend Tarot (September 7, 2012) – The 4 of Swords: This seems like a lazy or negative card but it is not. This card arises when we are getting the spiritual message to retreat, take some time away, rest and recuperate physically and mentally, and/or to give yourself some time to think clearly. The 4 of Swords — A Call to Inaction! We live in a world where the inaction depicted in the 4 of Swords is not taken as good…

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