The 8 of Swords

The 8 of Swords is a card that resonates with the element of air (the mind) and water at 8 (karmic bonds).  Here we find that the bonds we have created have become binding and therefore we see the woman on the card bound and with her head bowed. This is where we have got old…

3 of Coins

The three of coins is a card related to craftsmanship and using ones innate skills and potential through application of our wisdom. It is the student no the correct path, learning form an excellent master and slowly but surely developing their abilities.

Ace of coins

The meaning of the Ace of Coins in the Tarot cards – the Ace of coins is a wonderful card that is said to have the power to outweigh all the negative card meanings in a reading and relates to our wisdom and ability to overcome our problems

5 of Swords

The suit of swords relates to air / the mind and the number 5 which is the bridge between the physical and causal worlds, for something to manifest in lives we first have to think about it and conceive if having it.The etheric level cannot be touched or seen only heard, it is space, it…

2 of Coins

Tarot card meanings 2 of coins – indecision, lack of ability to make choices, vacillating, looking at the options, waiting for more information to come to light, a state of inaction

0 The Fool

The Fool tarot card sits at 0. He is the ouroboros, the snake eating its own tail, self-sustaining. He is life and death and the perpetuation of the soul from one cycle to the next. He is undifferentiated and unmanifest. He is the beginning and he is the end.  The body dies and falls to…

1 The Magician

The Magician tarot card sits at number 1. He is 1 and at one with himself and all creation. The Magician symbolises new beginnings, initiative and the ability to perform right action at any given moment. He is master of his own destiny. Adeptly he chooses from the tools at his disposal, the sword of…

2 The High Priestess

The High Priestess tarot card sits at number 2. She is the mystery of life, the great unknown. She symbolises in life all that we are unable to perceive. She sits in front of the veil to the portal to all answers to the universe. She represents the cause behind all actions and all creations….

3 The Empress

The Empress tarot card sits at number 3. The Empress is Mother Nature. She is the life force that gives birth to all creation. She is abundant and fruitful. Everything in life is born through her. In a reading she is nature itself and symbolises the client’s ability to connect with the planet on which…

4 The Emperor

The Emperor tarot card sits at number 4 The Emperor represents the feeling of “I AM” which we all possess. When we possess a positive feeling of “I AM” then we conduct ourselves in an authoritative, easy manner. There is no ego conflict because we do not feel under threat or in competition with anyone…

5 The Hierophant

The pope, or high priest tarot card sits at number 5. The High Priest symbolises our ability to listen when spoken to and to talk to the heart of others so that they by return listen to us. The Pope represents sound on every level. For the individual it is their ability to connect to…

6 The Lovers

The Lovers tarot card sits at number 6. It is not a card concerned with earthly love and which lover we might choose. It is a symbol of spiritual love and our love for the truth. It represents discrimination. It is said in the Vedas that discrimination is a new faculty of mind which comes…