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Queen of Coins TarotCard

The Queen of Pentacles, or The Queen of Coins, can be wealthy, money orientated and sometimes unpleasantly money minded woman. She may be very cautious, stubborn, loves luxury, very materialistic or a good negotiator. Her vocation in life may be related to the element of earth. She could be a business woman, banker, an accountant, a tax advisor or collector. Many Tarot deck depict her sitting on a throne in a field with trees or plants around her. She may come from the country side or lives there.


Other online descriptions of The Queen of Pentacles:

Wikipedia - The Queen of Pentacles

Aeclectic Tarot - The Queen of Pentacles

Biddy Tarot - The Queen of Pentacles


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King of Cups TarotCard

The King of Cups is a mature* man who's vocation in life is related to the element of water (a fisherman, a sailor, a plumber etc.) or emotions (a counsellor, psychologist, actor etc). The symbolic relationship to this card may not be vocational, it could be a description of his personality. In which case this man will be a sensitive, caring, patient and perhaps even a gullible or innocent man. Sometimes it refers to a man who has feminine qualities or a man who is highly intuitive or even psychic.

*maturity happens between ages 28 to 37, when a man enter's his 2nd numerological life cycle.


Other online descriptions of The King of Cups:

Wikipedia - The King of Cups

Aeclectic Tarot - The King of Cups

Biddy Tarot - The King of Cups

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The World TarotCard

The World is the card of completion, accomplishment, victory, travel overseas and expansion of horizons. A happy card to find in any spread it is the final card of the major arcana and therefore symbolic of the end of the journey of the fool through all 21 major cards. It represents the ultimate goal, the pinnacle of life. In it's simplest interpretation it may point to travel abroad to other continents, environmentalism or world affairs, or even simply travel documents such as a passport. As a person it could represent a foreigner.

Numerology: The World has the number 21 in the major arcana. This is reduced in numerology to 3 (2+1). The number 3 is the number of joy of life, freedom from worry, expression, imagination and sociability.

Other online descriptions of The World:

Wikipedia - The World

Aeclectic Tarot - The World

Biddy Tarot - The World


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5 of Swords TarotCard

The 5 of Swords is a card of defeat, low self esteem, quarrels and even violence. The element here is Air which relates to challenges, conflicts and the mental aspects of our lives. The storms on the path of life that we have to navigate through. In numerology a number has positive, negative & destructive influences. The suite of Swords tends to focus on the negative and destructive. The negative aspects of the number 5 in numerology are irresponsibility, procrastination, carelessness, self-indulgence and thoughtlessness. In numerology the 5 also represents freedom and scattered energy. The Sword suite is the Element of Air and represents intellect. This combination of element and numerology would suggest not focusing on doing one thing well but many things badly. Not thinking things through properly and being forceful in gaining the upper hand or victory only for it to later turn against you into defeat and humiliation.

Other online descriptions of The 5 of Swords:

Wikipedia - The 5 of Swords

Aeclectic Tarot - The 5 of Swords

Biddy Tarot - The 5 of Swords


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Wheel Of Fortune TarotCard

The Wheel of Fortune is a card of cyclical change and fortune. Fate and destiny will decide how this new cycle will begin. This card alone tells very little other than that change will happen. Surrounding cards will reveal the area of life in which this change will take place and it's outcome, positive or negative.

A simple interpretation of this card can be gambling, or taking a chance.

Numerology: The Wheel of Fortune is card number 10 of the major arcana. Numerology reduces 10 to number 1 (1+0 = 1). The 10 represents the completion of a cycle and, after reduction, the beginning of a new cycle. Chance, fate or luck (good and bad) can mark the beginning of a new direction.

Other online descriptions of The Wheel of Fortune:

Wikipedia - The Wheel of Fortune

Aeclectic Tarot - The Wheel of Fortune

Biddy Tarot - The Wheel of Fortune


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8 of Wands TarotCard

The 8 of Wands, 8 of Rods or 8 of Batons is a card symbolising swift action, travel & expansion. The element here is Fire which relates to home, community, work & creativity. The aspects of the number 8 in numerology are power, control, material freedom, organisation, practicality, self-reliance and success. The imagery most commonly associated with this card is one of 8 Rods flying through the air. This maybe only a metaphorical relationship to the events unfolding meaning that things will change swiftly and for the better. It can though indicate travel by air in the future.

Other online descriptions of The 8 of Wands:

Wikipedia - The 8 of Wands

Aeclectic Tarot - The 8 of Wands

Biddy Tarot - The 8 of Wands

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4 of Coins TarotCard

The 4 of Pentacles, or The 4 of Coins, is a card of financial security, stubbornness, greed and inflexibility. The element here is Earth which relates to wealth and material possessions. The aspects of the numer 4 in numerology are patience, endurance, restriction, service, and rigidity. The 4 is thought of in many cultures as an unlucky number and applied to the pentacles this would not be a good omen for personal wealth. Nothing is coming into the bank and although it may seem prudent not to spend in these circumstances it is preventing progress being made towards better times. There is no gain without investment first. Notice the similarity to The Emperor from the Major arcana" />. Both cards are number 4's and share many of the same traits. In each card a king sits upon a throne surronded by his wealth.

Other online descriptions of The 4 of Pentacles:

Wikipedia - The 4 of Pentacles

Aeclectic Tarot - The 4 of Pentacles

Biddy Tarot - The 4 of Pentacles


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Ace of Cups TarotCard

The Ace of Cups is traditionally represented as a single vessel filled with water. It's symbology is simple, it has the element of water and a numerological value of 1. As a 1 it represents a new beginning and, with water as the element, this beginning is an emotional one. The card more commonly heralds the coming of a new acquaintance or friend. Since 1's are, in numerology, singular it is unlikely to signify a romantic relationship. There are other cards which are more strongly associated with romantic relationship such as the 2 of Cups, the 10 of Cups or The Lovers. There maybe some reference here to the Christian symbology of the Holy Grail and it's promise of spiritual re-birth and immortality.

Other online descriptions of The Ace of Cups:

Wikipedia - The Ace of Cups

Aeclectic Tarot - The Ace of Cups

Biddy Tarot - The Ace of Cups


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The Fool TarotCard

The Fool is probably the most mis-understood but certainly the most important card in the Tarot deck. Arthur E. Waite and Pamela Coleman Smith's Fool is illustrated in a way that leaves The Fool's next step open to interpretation. Most who see this card take his name and, as the human mind is so good at, fill in what's not there. A cliff and unheeded disaster. But is it a cliff? Could it just be a ledge? Is the dog trying to warn him, or is it just happy and carefree like it's companion who is looking towards the heavens. The dog too appears, on closer inspection, to be looking in the same direction. Neither traveller is concerned with the ground falling away in front of them.

The Fool is unique among the Major Arcana for being the only card not to have a number. However some Tarot decks give The Fool a numerical value of 0(zero). The Fool is an individual's journey through the trials of life, marked out by each of the 21 major Arcana cards, ending with the Ascension to Enlightenment in the final card, The World.

Sometimes we need to follow our hearts and not our heads, or the perceived wisdom of others, but instead trust in our own intuition.

“Your time is limited, so don’t waste it living someone else’s life.
Don’t be trapped by dogma, which is living with the result of other people’s thinking.
Don’t let the noise of other’s opinions drown out your own inner voice.

And most important, have the courage to follow your heart and intuition.
They somehow already know what your truly want to become.
Everything else is secondary.
Stay Hungry, Stay Foolish 

- Steve Jobs, 2005 Stanford Commencement Address.


Other online descriptions of The Fool:

Wikipedia - The Fool

Aeclectic Tarot - The Fool

Biddy Tarot - The Fool


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Strength TarotCard

Strength is the card of physical well being, strength of will and controlling the inner beast. Mankind's dominance over the animal kingdom through the use of his superior intellectual strength. Impulsive animal instincts need to be controlled with strength of mind and will. In a very simple interpretation it can represent a pet or animal. Health is a theme of this card, it often represents good health if health is of concern and a focus in a reading. Surrounding cards will indicate if this health is at risk or how it can be achieved.

In the Rider-Waite-Smith Tarot the traditional numbering of Strength as card 11 was swapped for 8 (Justice). Many modern Tarot decks have continued with this altered numbering in the major arcana introduced by Waite.

Numerology: For whichever card has the Major Arcana's 8th position the numerological meaning is of power and control. For this reason Strength is numerologically better suited to position 8 than Justice.

Other online descriptions of Strength:

Wikipedia - Strength

Aeclectic Tarot - Strength

Biddy Tarot - Strength


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The Reading
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Some readers may include extra cards in their readings to help answer questions, either by attaching photo’s of cards they have drawn for you, or by allowing you to add more spreads to you reading from the digital deck.

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A unique feature of our system is the ability to have any spread read by multiple readers. This provides you with a consensus of opinion, highlighting common themes giving you greater confidence in what the Tarot is telling you.

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As you can see our readings are conversations and not just a cold written report but a personal service where the communication flows in both directions.
Unlike verbal readings, either in person or over a video link, you have this conversation in writing to come back to and reference whenever you need.
At this point in the conversation the reader reads the cards for you. Tarot is a tool for unlocking the infallible wisdom of human intuition. When you select cards from our shuffled digital deck you are using nothing other than your own intuition to do so. All cards, face down, are equals and have the same chance of being selected. This is why a digital tarot deck works just as well as a printed tarot deck. You pick the cards not the software. The hard part with Tarot is interpreting the symbolic messages given to you in a Tarot spread. Some people have a natural gift for it due to their empathetic nature and psychic ability. Reading your own cards is difficult, as your feelings, desires and fears will cloud your intuitive voice. True psychics don't need to talk to you face to face to make a connection. There is no need for a real time connection over video or a telephone. The cards you selected, using your intuition, serve as the connection. There can be no "COLD READING" when being given a Tarot Reading via a service like this. The reader has only your question and the cards to work from. This a real test of any reader's ability. We are confident you will be impressed with our readers insights, and the personal service given to clients, by our team of consultants. All readings remain strictly confidential between you and the reader. Readers see only your spread and question. They are not given access to any other readings given by their colleagues. In Summary - No cold readings (Reader has only the cards and your question). - Ask clarifying questions on your reading after it is given. - Keep a copy of your reading to come back to and reference. - Choose a reader from a range of backgrounds, abilities and geographic locations. - Have more than one reader read the same spread for consensus of opinion highlighting common themes. - Readers can reference their reading history with you to enable them to provide clients with a continuity of situation and progress.
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