What Do You Want to Know? Long a symbol of hope, the Star is also a symbol of guidance. Naked in the starlight a woman pours water onto the earth and into a pool. She has nothing to hide. Do you, though? Is there an inner truth you wish to face? Are you also on … Continue reading Tarot Asks You: The Star
What If You Could Relieve Your Worries By Going Forward With Your Plans? The Six of Swords is often a card associated with refuge: either seeking it for yourself or offering it to another. But it is a card of action. The figures in the boat are moving away from something to somewhere new. Today … Continue reading Tarot Asks You: Six of Swords
The Two of Swords is one of the most nuanced cards in the Minor Arcana. In the Rider-Waite-Smith deck, a blindfolded woman sits before a sea of unsettled waters resting two swords on her shoulders under a crescent moon. What on Earth could this mean? Being a Sword, this card is about the mind. So, … Continue reading The Waiting Game
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If the tarot were to have a trope, it would be the Death card. The thirteenth card of the Trumps, or Majors, of a standard tarot deck, you can find it renamed across the centuries as "rebirth" or in some cases "the card with no name." All of which is sad because I have always … Continue reading The Death Card
Check out my latest video mood board! In this series we explore a pictorial tarot card meanings of the Ace of Cups, specifically the tarot card symbolism of the Rider-Smith-Waite deck. Please check out the other quick videos in this series on the tarot aces and leave your comments. B-roll footage, stills, and "Shong Tu" … Continue reading The Third Ace