Tarot Tuesday's Big Reveal for August 14!

/ Tuesday, August 14, 2018

Here it is, Wildlings! The Big Reveal has come. Are you ready to see how well you did today?

If you haven't done so yet, go to the Facebook Page, and choose your card. Directions and Rules are in the post.

For those who have chosen, let's get to it.


Card 1: The Star



Mary-El Tarot
In a general context, The Star indicates hope for the future, inspiration and contentment. With this Major Arcana card in your Tarot spread you will find yourself feeling very positive, motivated and free. You will be feeling very serene and in tune with the universe as The Star is a card of spiritual connection. The Star is a very positive omen. It is the period of calm and stability that follows the storm that was The Tower. 

The Star indicates that you have come through your tough times with a renewed sense of yourself and the world around you, you are full of calm, well-balanced energy and you are open to healing the wounds of the past. Whatever mental, emotional, physical or spiritual issues you were experiencing are now behind you and you are ready to embrace what your future holds. Trust that the universe has a plan for you and trust the feeling you have that everything is going to be OK.  You will be feeling confident in yourself and people will like you for who you are with this card in your Tarot reading. 

The Star can also indicate creativity and artistic flair, so now would be a great time to take up an artistic hobby.

Key words: Hope, inspiration, creativity, calm, contentment, renewal, serenity, spirituality, healing.




Card 2: The 9 of Pentacles




Sun and Moon Tarot


Yes, you aren't seeing things. This is the second week in a row for this card. It literally popped out of the deck when I was pulling it, so someone here needs to see this again.

The 9 of Pentacles is one of the most uplifting and encouraging omens in the suit. This can mean that your financial worries are over for a while, and that things in general will be going better than you thought possible. Enjoy this good energy, and share your wealth and happiness with others.

The 9 of Pentacles points to happiness and success. This is on both the mundane and the inner realms. You will have a great deal to be proud of and hopeful about. Expect the best to happen. You'll be in the position to help those less fortunate than yourself. Pay attention not only to your material abundance but also to your spirituality.

This is also a card about liberation and freedom. If you've been feeling shackled or trapped, this card is your message that now is the time to break free. Get help and support, if you need it. Sometimes, we're limited by our own "traps" and "chains." Look within, and use the energy of this card to soar to new heights.

Key Words: Success; Financial Prosperity; Freedom; Liberation



Card 3: The 3 of Swords



Dark Fairytale Tarot


In a general context, the Three of Swords represents unhappiness, heartache, sorrow and sadness. It is a Minor Arcana card of grief, loss, depression and tears and when it appears in your Tarot reading it generally indicates a period of difficulty or hardship, usually on an emotional level. 

Distraction, conflict, disillusion and serious misunderstanding are all represented by this card so whatever situation it signifies will bring with it confusion, upset and upheaval. The Three of Swords also indicates depression, trauma, disorders, loneliness, absence and betrayal. You have suffered or will suffer a loss or betrayal of some kind when this card appears and not one that can easily be brushed over. You will be feeling this loss on a deep emotional level and you must give yourself time to process what has happened. 

Though it does represent hardship, this card is not all unwelcome news. The most difficult situations in our lives often teach us more about who we are, and what we are capable of doing, than the good times. 

Give yourself space and time to heal and learn all you can from the experience. If you need support, don’t be afraid to reach out to the people that love you.

Key words: Heartbreak, betrayal, loneliness, removal, absence, division, depression, separation, sadness, heartache, unhappiness, upheaval, grief, sorrow, upset, disorder, confusion, alienation, loss, distraction, ill-health, conflict, disillusion, trauma, serious misunderstandings, tears


Card 4: The 5 of Pentacles



Deviant Moon Tarot


The Five of Pentacles is a tarot card that appears when economic times get hard. It shows up when we are losing faith in a relationship, an institution or just in ourselves. It is a card that illustrates us lacking faith in tough times.

On a psychological level, the Five of Pentacles may indicate difficulty with your relationship to money and material things. If money becomes the primary motivating force in life and the gauge by which you judge your worth, the lack of it may produce anxiety and a sense of being excluded from the good things money can provide. For example, if you are unfortunate enough to encounter financial difficulties such as the loss of employment or an investment gone belly-up, you may fall into the trap of losing faith in your ability to recreate a positive financial situation for yourself. Therefore, you should not only consider your actual financial circumstances but also your attitudes toward money. 

What fears do you have around money and wealth? Are you anxious about never having enough, or do you have faith in your ability to manifest what you need to live a prosperous, fulfilled life no matter what your circumstances? Often wealth is based as much on your psychological state as your actual financial state.

Key Words: Temporary financial hardship, negative change in circumstances, feeling left out in the cold, financial loss, recession, feeling the world is against you, adversity, struggle, hardship, bad luck, homelessness, poverty, unemployment, financial ruin, bankruptcy, outcast, alienation, illness, divorce, breakups, scandal, disgrace


So, it wasn't all happiness and light for everyone today. How are you feeling about your choice? Does it fit? Do you feel a connection to the message? What other messages did you glean from your choice today? How can you embrace the message and grow from it?

Come, join us on the Facebook page, to discuss and support each other. Let me know if there's anything I can do to help you as you grow.


Here it is, Wildlings! The Big Reveal has come. Are you ready to see how well you did today?

If you haven't done so yet, go to the Facebook Page, and choose your card. Directions and Rules are in the post.

For those who have chosen, let's get to it.


Card 1: The Star



Mary-El Tarot
In a general context, The Star indicates hope for the future, inspiration and contentment. With this Major Arcana card in your Tarot spread you will find yourself feeling very positive, motivated and free. You will be feeling very serene and in tune with the universe as The Star is a card of spiritual connection. The Star is a very positive omen. It is the period of calm and stability that follows the storm that was The Tower. 

The Star indicates that you have come through your tough times with a renewed sense of yourself and the world around you, you are full of calm, well-balanced energy and you are open to healing the wounds of the past. Whatever mental, emotional, physical or spiritual issues you were experiencing are now behind you and you are ready to embrace what your future holds. Trust that the universe has a plan for you and trust the feeling you have that everything is going to be OK.  You will be feeling confident in yourself and people will like you for who you are with this card in your Tarot reading. 

The Star can also indicate creativity and artistic flair, so now would be a great time to take up an artistic hobby.

Key words: Hope, inspiration, creativity, calm, contentment, renewal, serenity, spirituality, healing.




Card 2: The 9 of Pentacles




Sun and Moon Tarot


Yes, you aren't seeing things. This is the second week in a row for this card. It literally popped out of the deck when I was pulling it, so someone here needs to see this again.

The 9 of Pentacles is one of the most uplifting and encouraging omens in the suit. This can mean that your financial worries are over for a while, and that things in general will be going better than you thought possible. Enjoy this good energy, and share your wealth and happiness with others.

The 9 of Pentacles points to happiness and success. This is on both the mundane and the inner realms. You will have a great deal to be proud of and hopeful about. Expect the best to happen. You'll be in the position to help those less fortunate than yourself. Pay attention not only to your material abundance but also to your spirituality.

This is also a card about liberation and freedom. If you've been feeling shackled or trapped, this card is your message that now is the time to break free. Get help and support, if you need it. Sometimes, we're limited by our own "traps" and "chains." Look within, and use the energy of this card to soar to new heights.

Key Words: Success; Financial Prosperity; Freedom; Liberation



Card 3: The 3 of Swords



Dark Fairytale Tarot


In a general context, the Three of Swords represents unhappiness, heartache, sorrow and sadness. It is a Minor Arcana card of grief, loss, depression and tears and when it appears in your Tarot reading it generally indicates a period of difficulty or hardship, usually on an emotional level. 

Distraction, conflict, disillusion and serious misunderstanding are all represented by this card so whatever situation it signifies will bring with it confusion, upset and upheaval. The Three of Swords also indicates depression, trauma, disorders, loneliness, absence and betrayal. You have suffered or will suffer a loss or betrayal of some kind when this card appears and not one that can easily be brushed over. You will be feeling this loss on a deep emotional level and you must give yourself time to process what has happened. 

Though it does represent hardship, this card is not all unwelcome news. The most difficult situations in our lives often teach us more about who we are, and what we are capable of doing, than the good times. 

Give yourself space and time to heal and learn all you can from the experience. If you need support, don’t be afraid to reach out to the people that love you.

Key words: Heartbreak, betrayal, loneliness, removal, absence, division, depression, separation, sadness, heartache, unhappiness, upheaval, grief, sorrow, upset, disorder, confusion, alienation, loss, distraction, ill-health, conflict, disillusion, trauma, serious misunderstandings, tears


Card 4: The 5 of Pentacles



Deviant Moon Tarot


The Five of Pentacles is a tarot card that appears when economic times get hard. It shows up when we are losing faith in a relationship, an institution or just in ourselves. It is a card that illustrates us lacking faith in tough times.

On a psychological level, the Five of Pentacles may indicate difficulty with your relationship to money and material things. If money becomes the primary motivating force in life and the gauge by which you judge your worth, the lack of it may produce anxiety and a sense of being excluded from the good things money can provide. For example, if you are unfortunate enough to encounter financial difficulties such as the loss of employment or an investment gone belly-up, you may fall into the trap of losing faith in your ability to recreate a positive financial situation for yourself. Therefore, you should not only consider your actual financial circumstances but also your attitudes toward money. 

What fears do you have around money and wealth? Are you anxious about never having enough, or do you have faith in your ability to manifest what you need to live a prosperous, fulfilled life no matter what your circumstances? Often wealth is based as much on your psychological state as your actual financial state.

Key Words: Temporary financial hardship, negative change in circumstances, feeling left out in the cold, financial loss, recession, feeling the world is against you, adversity, struggle, hardship, bad luck, homelessness, poverty, unemployment, financial ruin, bankruptcy, outcast, alienation, illness, divorce, breakups, scandal, disgrace


So, it wasn't all happiness and light for everyone today. How are you feeling about your choice? Does it fit? Do you feel a connection to the message? What other messages did you glean from your choice today? How can you embrace the message and grow from it?

Come, join us on the Facebook page, to discuss and support each other. Let me know if there's anything I can do to help you as you grow.

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Here is the big reveal for Tarot Tuesday! If you haven't chosen your card yet, please go to the Facebook page; ground yourself; then, choose the card that most speaks to you. Please choose only one card. I cannot emphasize that enough. If you're choosing more than one, you're defeating the purpose of "honing" your intuition. Hedging your bets with 2 or more cards is not the purpose of this exercise.

Now, let's get on to the fun stuff!




Card 1: The Sun



Tarot De St. Croix
Have you been feeling revitalized? Have you been the center of attention lately? Are you getting an award soon? Are you making a breakthrough in understanding the patterns of a relationship? Has a recent victory given you reason to be confident? Look towards The Sun's appearance in your Tarot reading as an indicator that everything is going in the right direction for you. When you are feeling at your best emotionally, physically and psychologically, The Sun confirms that it is no illusion – things really are going well!

In the present position you have everything to gain with this card. You can get exactly what you want and are the center of attention in doing so. Little can be lost and consequences are few when you reach out to take what you want. If there are any downsides to The Sun card being in the present position, it is that secrecy is almost impossible. You must operate in a transparent manner. Everyone should be able to see what you are doing in order for your integrity to never be questioned.

Key Words: Wholeness; Achievement; Happiness; Success; Joy; Synthesis



Card 2: The 9 of Pentacles



The Steampunk Tarot


The 9 of Pentacles is one of the most uplifting and encouraging omens in the suit. This can mean that your financial worries are over for a while, and that things in general will be going better than you thought possible. Enjoy this good energy, and share your wealth and happiness with others.

The 9 of Pentacles points to happiness and success. This is on both the mundane and the inner realms. You will have a great deal to be proud of and hopeful about. Expect the best to happen. You'll be in the position to help those less fortunate than yourself. Pay attention not only to your material abundance but also to your spirituality.

This is also a card about liberation and freedom. If you've been feeling shackled or trapped, this card is your message that now is the time to break free. Get help and support, if you need it. Sometimes, we're limited by our own "traps" and "chains." Look within, and use the energy of this card to soar to new heights.
Key Words: Success; Financial Prosperity; Freedom; Liberation



Card 3: The Moon



Legacy of the Divine Tarot


The general meaning of The Moon Tarot card in an upright position, is that everything is not as it seems. It is also the Major Arcana Tarot card of intuition. The Moons tells you that something about a situation or person in your life is not what it appears to be and you need to trust what your instincts are telling you in order to see past this illusion. The Moon also indicates that you should pay attention to your dreams as your subconscious may be bringing your attention to some information you’ve missed. The Moon can also signify that you are letting your anxiety or fear overwhelm you which may be having a negative effect on your outlook and causing you to suffer from mood swings, instability or insecurity. It can also represent a woman’s menstrual cycle. 

The Moon can also signify dormant insecurities or repressed issues resurfacing. The Moon Tarot card can represent underhanded or dodgy deals or illegal behavior. If it appears in this context it is a warning to clean your act up before your behavior is exposed. If you are awaiting a decision on something, The Moon indicates that the answer will either be delayed or be so vague it will add to your confusion rather than clarify matters.

Key Words: Intuition, illusion, dreams, vagueness, instability, deception, anxiety, fear, misconception, subconscious, insecurity



Card 4:  The 3 of Pentacles



Mary El Tarot


Are you getting along with your co-workers as you put together the big project? Has someone turned to you to ensure that a job will get done? Is there a task at hand that you know will be completed on time and as perfect as humanly possible? Have you realized lately that you are the best person for a certain job? When an organized approach is needed, have you been getting the call? Is your partner allowing you room to be yourself because you bring so much to the relationship? The Three of Pentacles is a card that would indicate all of these and more issues associated with competency and hitting your stride.

In the present position, this card bodes well for a project in which you are currently enmeshed. This is especially comforting if you are unsure of how you are being received or not comfortable working with certain people. This card appearing in your reading demands that you simply display your expertise and the drama will fade, the unqualified will be dismissed and the goal that is in place for all of you will be accomplished. If there is a downside here it may be in your expectations for getting credit. While everyone involved may be acknowledged, the Three of Pentacles in the present position is a card that privileges the group over individual accomplishments. Unless you are standing out and saving a project because of a great organizational skill or a superior competency, do not go into things looking for reams of credit for your efforts.

Key Words: Apprenticeship, learning, studying, growing, hard work, commitment, building on success, collaboration, teamwork, determination, goals, dedication, quality, attention to detail,  achievements, recognition.


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It's time for the Big Reveal! Be sure you select your card on the Facebook page first.



Card 1: The Knight of Cups



The Witches' Tarot

When you are inspired but not productive, when you have champagne taste but a wine cooler budget, when a smooth-talking person in your life has big plans but no resources … in all of these cases and more, look for the Knight of Cups to appear in your Tarot reading to describe this phenomena.

When the Knight of Cups is revealed to be in the present position, consider all of the possible passions you are juggling currently. Is one of these passions pulling you somewhere? Is a new love interest long on romance and short on paying for the flowers, wine and candles? Many scenarios are possible, but it is usually quite easy to spot what or who the Knight of Cups is in your life when these descriptions arise.

Key Words: Approach, Advance, Arrival, Lover, Love, Romance, Troubadour, Gallant, Chivalrous, Knight-in-Shining Armour, Gentlemanly, Suave, Debonair, Mannerly, Etiquette, Proposals, Offers, Initiations, Gifts, Opportunities, Acting on Feelings, Declaring Intentions/Feelings, Making a Move, Chasing/Searching for Love, Chatting Up, Charmer, Lady’s Man, Seductive, Love em and Leave em, Flighty, Unpredictable, Dreamer, Idealistic, Over The Top, Nostalgic, Poetic, Story-teller, Fairy-Tale, Visionary, Fantasy, Admirer, Attraction, Courting, Wooing, Worshiping, Peace Loving, Forgiving, Gentle, Warm, Friendly, Supportive, Affectionate, Tender, Emotional, Sympathetic, Empathy, Understanding, Tolerant, Sentimental, Caring, Calm, Gentle, Sensitive, Harmonious, Introspective, Spiritual, Religious, Psychic, Gut Feelings, Artistic, Creative, Imaginative, Fashion Conscious, Dressing Up, Socializing, Drinking, Appearances, Refined, Gracious, Tactful, Diplomatic, Mediator, Negotiator.


Card 2: The Four of Wands



Tarot De St. Croix
The 4 of Wands is the card of stability. You will draw the 4 of Wands when all is well (or is going to be well) in your home life.

The 4 of Wands is a very family orientated card. For the period of time which the 4 of Wands represents, your family will be on your mind. Therefore, if you’re looking for reassurance about a family matter or issue, the 4 of Wands is the card you will want to see.

In general, times will be happy. Relationships, jobs and work will be stable, for a short time at least. As it predicts a comfortable outcome, 4 of Wands in a future position is desirable. If there is a particular area of you’re life which you are concerned about the 4 of Wands should put you at ease.

Although the 4 of Wands is a positive card, there will be times when it appears as a negative or a drawback. In these cases, it can mean that you’re too introverted and not willing to put yourself out there. You rarely venture out past your comfort zone and are too afraid to mingle with new people in strange place. Your need to feel like you belong to something or somewhere is also putting a damper on your creativity and independence.

Key words: Stability, Prosperity, Success, Homecoming, Reunions, Welcome, Celebrations, Parties, Surprises, Weddings, Banquets, Conventions, Events, Ceremonies, Graduations, Contentment, Support, Self-Esteem, Pride, Achievement, Fruits of Labor Community Spirit, Community occasions/Gatherings, Domestic Improvements, Establishing Roots, Moving Home/Job/Country, Renovations, Holidays, Teamwork, Freedom, Liberation.



Card 3: Queen of Cups



China Tarot by Der Jen

Are you feeling at peace? Did you seek this Tarot reading because you want to know if this good feeling is going to stay with you? Are you having lucid intuition and want to check out your hunches with a foundational psychic science like the Tarot deck? Have you conquered anger with love recently? Did your patience win in the end over the rash decisions of a close friend or lover? Can you tell what others are feeling and help move them toward being all they can be? Has logic taken a back seat to matters of the heart and been found unnecessary in dealing with the world? All of these circumstances contribute to the Queen of Cups emerging in your Tarot reading.


In a general context, the Queen of Cups Tarot card can generally signify a woman or women in your life who will be supportive and caring towards you. This Minor Arcana card is also a sign that you should be mindful of how you treat yourself and others or to treat people with compassion and sympathy. She can also indicate that you may be more sensitive than you let on to the outside world and that harsh actions or hurtful comments affect you more than you show to the outside world. This card can also indicate a tendency to daydream and a big imagination. As a person, the Queen of Cups represents a mature female or feminine person who is kind, caring and supportive. The Queen of Cups is a sentimental, sensitive soul and a good listener. She is empathetic to the feelings of others. As a mother, partner or friend, the Queen of Cups is affectionate, loving and warm. However, she can also be shy and have a tendency to daydream. She is creative, artistic and intuitive and she appreciates beauty. She may be a water sign such as Cancer, Scorpio or Pisces.


Key words: mature emotional female, security, femininity, loving, warmth, sensitivity, kindness, happiness, intuition, romance, loyal, faithful, shy, easily wounded, pretty, beauty, daydreamer, psychic, empath, creative artistic, inspirational, healer, listener, counselor, caring, supportive, good mother



Card 4: Page of Swords


Joie de Vivre Tarot

Have you ever spoken truth to the powerful and did not even realize the challenge you had presented them? Are you learning the complex jargon of a new field and comprehending what a new you could look like when you master this language? Have you looked at the reasons you should stay or leave a relationship? Is an employment situation requiring you to be less than honest about what the company can or cannot do? All of these circumstances bring about a Tarot reading that includes the Page of Swords laid out before you.

In general, the Page of Swords represents delayed news, ideas, planning and inspiration. It can also signify being protective, guarded and vigilant. This Minor Arcana card may be telling you to be patient, to think before you speak and not to get drawn in unnecessary arguments or conflicts. It can also represent fairness, speaking out and fighting injustice. The Page of Swords can indicate mental agility, learning or getting an education, being quick-witted, curious and inquisitive and using your head. This card can signify being chatty, communicative, truthful and direct. However, it can also signify being blunt or abrasive or engaging in petty gossip.

As a person, the Page of Swords represents a young person, child or person who is young at heart, who is chatty, lively, quick thinking, analytical, logical and cool and possesses a sharp mind. This person abhors injustice and is a deep thinker but at the same time can come across as blunt, insensitive or a bit of a loner sometimes. In the negative, they can also be a bit of a gossip or deceitful but they do not intentionally cause harm. They like to stick to the rules and may be an air sign such as Aquarius, Gemini or Libra.

Key words: Delayed news, patience needed, ideas, inspiration, planning, vigilance, protective, guarded, fairness, think before you speak, don’t get drawn into arguments, mental agility, using your head,  inquisitive, curious, quick-witted, chatty, communicative, education, petty gossip, being truthful/ direct, speaking out, fighting injustice.


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Circa August 1 is the fire festival known as Lughnasadh (aka Lammas, but this is a Christian term, and was used to try to replace the Pagan holy day). Some celebrate it on the first full moon after August 1. This year, it would be on August 26th.

Lughnasadh is the Gaelic name after the Irish God, Lugh, who honored his stepmother Tailtiu (Telsha) with a day of games and competition. Legend has it that Tailtiu died after plowing all the fields of Eire to prepare them for planting. Lugh honored her with this day of funerary games and competition.

Ly De Angeles says the about Lugh and this festival in her book, "When I See the Wild God":
"Lugh: As with most of the Deithe of the Celtic pantheon: Lugh represents the fullness of life (including both love and the betrayal of love) and the transition of life, death, and rebirth. His symbol is the spear (represented in ritual as the staff and wand). The golden eagle is the totem of his death...Llugnassad is the time of the harvest of crops, fruit, and vegetables, representing the time of reaping. The significance of fire and death at this time on the wheel is very strong in this land, and Lugh is venerated simply because his persona as a strong solar Deithe and a lord of life and death is so very apt."

Life, death, rebirth. Harvest. Bounty. All things we contemplate and celebrate on this day. Life is what we celebrate, but death and rebirth are things we don't often think about at this time. As we reap our crops, they are dying for us to live. Many will be reborn in the Spring- some will not.





I've created a Pinterest Board for you to peruse for holiday ideas:



Here is a music playlist for Lughnasadh:



I wish you blessings of the season, and a fruitful first harvest!

Sláinte!!



It's time for our Big Reveal! If you haven't chosen your card yet, please go to the Facebook page and make your selection.

For those who have, let's get to it! You'll notice something special about the cards this week as well. I swear, I am NOT doing this on purpose!



Card 1: The Four of Wands



The Steampunk Tarot


It is not really a surprise if you are ready for it, but the Four of Wands is the Tarot's way of letting you know that there is a surprise on the way and that you are going to be overjoyed by it.

The Four of Wands refers to your planning a celebration, birthday or anniversary and yet, a surprise is looming for you. The fact of life remains that we often only see beauty when we are not looking for it. Although a ritual that brings people together to mark an occasion is often meant to be beautiful, it can often consist of just going through the motions. The Four of Wands reveals that you will be surprised how an ordinary get-together will suddenly become one of the most wonderful moments of your life.

Key Words: Stability, Prosperity, Success, Homecoming, Reunions, Welcome, Celebrations, Parties, Surprises, Weddings, Banquets, Conventions, Events, Ceremonies, Graduations, Contentment, Support, Self-Esteem, Pride, Achievement, Fruits of Labor Community Spirit, Community occasions/Gatherings, Domestic Improvements, Establishing Roots, Moving Home/Job/Country, Renovations, Holidays, Teamwork, Freedom, Liberation



Card 2:  The Knight of Wands



Shadowscapes Tarot


The Knight of Wands in the present position indicates that a new idea or creative inspiration is about to consume you. This could indicate a love obsession, especially if the reality of you and a certain someone getting together would shock or scandalize the neighborhood, friends and family. The Knight of Wands appears in the present position when you are strongly considering a relationship with a much younger or older man, or a relationship that is experimental in nature; perhaps your first encounter with another woman. The Knight's inspiration is a flood of intense connections of many ideas and feelings that challenge tradition and the social order.

Knights are often message bearers, and in the Wands suit, the messages are likely to be positive and related to work or career. Your projects are likely to be/have been more successful than you would have expected or predicted.


Key Words: Sudden Arrival, Great at Beginnings, No Follow Through, Unfinished Projects, Personal Freedom, Hates Restrictions and Boundaries, Excessive Behavior and Lifestyle, Hectic Life, Extremely Busy, Unconventional, Daring, Bold, Brave, Warrior, Champion, Volunteer, Revolutionary, Rebel, Protector, Defender, Rescuer, Hero, Fearless, Risk Taker, Thrill-Seeker, Action Man, Dynamic, Extrovert, Healthy Ego, Seeks The Limelight, Center of Attention, Self-Confident, Self-Belief, Self- Esteem, Direct, Forthright, Assertive, Thinks and Feels Success, Show-Off, Bragging and Boasting, Seeks Praise and Admiration, Dramatic, Adventurous, Fiery, Feisty, Temper, Prone to Aggressive Outbursts, Mouthy, Loud, Rowdy, Bores Easily, Hates Detail, Unpredictable, Seeks constant Action/Novelty, Impulsiveness, Hasty, Impatience, Frustration, Pent-Up Energy, Restlessness, Wants it All Now, Can’t Wait, Ready to Go, Moving Fast, Speed, Acting before Thinking, Presumptuous, Hasty Conclusions, Know-All, Passionate, Fun, Active, Drive, Energetic, Intense, Consuming, Motivation, Enthusiasm, Determined, Headstrong, Infectious, Competitive, Rise to Any Challenges, Seeks Challenge/Competition, Sporty, Physical, Extreme Sport, Spontaneous, Independent, Leader, Entrepreneur, Visionary, Future Oriented, Creative Imagination, Inspirational, Maverick, Inventor, Gadget Man, Whiz-Kid,Trail-Blazer, Friendly Generous, Helpful, Entertaining, Charming, Prankster, Fun, Playful, Party Animal, Attractive, Rugged, Sexy, Dashing, Ladies Man, Flirt, Playing The Field, Sowing his Wild Oats, Commitment Issues, Heart Breaker, Movement, Love of Travel, Wander-lust Spirit, Student/Teacher



Card 3: The Five of Wands



Robin Wood Tarot


In the present position, the Five of Wands means that your life now has many mild dramas and exciting outings, but that they are insubstantial in the long run. Your chances of building a foundation for success will not ever come if you simply remain a pleasure seeker. However, a Tarot reading need not be a lecture. Perhaps you are in the middle of a vacation or have been working hard for years to enjoy the present. In that case, the Five of Wands in the present position is a validation of all your planning and confirms what you have earned.

The 5 of Wands often refers to competition. Usually this is in the career/work arena, but sometimes it can refer to romantic rivals. Don't be afraid of competing, know that you have something to offer, and can be successful. But you have to try, to see results.

Key words: Conflict, Chaos, Commotion, Unruly, Boisterous, Struggle, Inner Struggle, Lack of Cooperation, Lack of Control, Challenges, Feats, Opposition, Territory, Battles, Skirmishes, Pettiness, Quibbles, Rows, Disagreements, Sparring, Egos, Defensive, Aggressive, Assertive, Conflicting Personalities, No Common Ground, Lack of Team-Work, Pent-Up Energy,  Adrenaline, Frustration, Restlessness, Impatience, Dissipation, Petty Problems, Irritations, Bothersome Trivialities, Rough Play, Sport, Games, Competition, Going for Gold, Sales, Brainstorming, Bright-Sparks, Strikes, Protesting.



Card 4: The Ace of Wands



Druidcraft Tarot


Are you gaining confidence in a new field? Are you starting a new business? Is the feeling of wanting to create something as a means of self-expression building up within you? The Ace of Wands is the ultimate card of revealing the creative path that one is on.

The Ace of Wands indicates your need to take a definitive stance. Many people who are leaving an old career and beginning a new, risky venture see the Ace of Wands in this position when they receive a Tarot reading. Starting your own business or pursuing the life of a creative artist (be it singing, writing, painting or whatever) is reinforced with this card in the present position. If you are torn about working in a rigid, confining, safe career or breaking out into the unknown and making your own way in the world, the Ace of Wands in the present position guarantees that it is time to abandon all drudgery and blaze a trail of your own.

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