There are many traditions regarding Tarot cards, from a possible origin in Ancient Egypt to a quasi-mythical lore on how to handle them. Whatever the truth may be about how Tarot cards manifested into the world, or if your first deck should be given or bought,
Tarot - The Journey Continues - Part 3. This month the Journey continues with cards 15 to 21
The Journey Continues - Part 2 - Last time we looked at the cards 1 through to 7. This article the Journey continues with cards 8 through to 14.
We are looking at the Trump or Major cards. Most interpreters will look at the Tarot in one of two ways – either as individual cards or as a sequence. Personally, I take the sequential view, because tarot can then be used as a tool for self improvement as well as a divinatory aid.
Was the Tarot a sophisticated means of communication of the deeper secrets of life? Meaningless to the masses but of great significance to the few who were in ‘the know’? Was it a way to pictorially pass on these secrets without the risk of the written word?
One of the easiest ways to let your Angels know you want to work with them, and also to receive their messages of loving support, is to use Angel Cards. You don’t have to be psychic or have any kind of mediumistic skills – this is the beauty of the Angels – anyone can work with them.
The Sacred Sites Oracle by Barbara Meiklejohn-Free and illustrated by Yuri Leitch
A deck review by Vix from New Age Hipster
31 Aug 2015 Vix The New Age Hipster