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Today’s Tarot: Ten of Cups!

posted by Aliza Einhorn

And what a beautiful card we see today, the Ten of Cups, one of the happiest cards in the deck. I’ve gone traditional this morning, got my Rider Waite here, and we see a happy couple with arms outstretched, dancing […]

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Ten of Vessels: Are You Happy?

posted by Aliza Einhorn

Finally. I’ve fallen in love with Tarot. It took my new deck — the Wildwood Tarot — for it to happen. This deck is not new, but it’s new to me. Tarot is my livelihood, my fascination, my inspiration, my […]

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Tarotscope For The Week Of July 13th

posted by Aliza Einhorn

The emotional intensity of this weekend’s Full Moon in Capricorn left many of us zonked. Is it time to pick up the pieces and move forward? I say YES! Let’s draw a few cards for your week ahead on the […]

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Previous Posts

The Death Card
The Death Card comes for us all, eventually. From Angeles Arrien: The principle of letting go and moving on. Cutting through the very ...

posted 3:20:11pm Apr. 22, 2015 | read full post »

Which Tarot Card Is Most You?
Which Tarot card is most you? This was the discussion on Timeline today. Also: which card is your favorite? Six of Wands, Ten of Cups, the Star, ...

posted 11:32:58pm Apr. 19, 2015 | read full post »

Empress Has New Moon Advice For You
The New Moon is the dark time. What we know is hidden. I wrote those words last night, before the New Moon. It's Saturday afternoon as I type this and many of us have "set intentions," as is our habit. We have stated our desire to the heavens ...

posted 10:16:08pm Apr. 18, 2015 | read full post »

Queen of Cups: Moonlight Job
I have an oversize Tarot deck, a Rider Waite, and have decided to pull a card for myself each morning as part of my spiritual practice. I'll be ...

posted 9:14:53pm Apr. 12, 2015 | read full post »

Are You The Queen of Swords?
I remember my teacher telling us that the Queen of Swords represents "mourning." A traditional interpretation. It stuck with me. And was often the case in client readings. But time passes. And books are bought. And experience is gained. And ...

posted 6:02:53pm Apr. 09, 2015 | read full post »

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