#TarotTuesday's #BigReveal for August 20, 2019

/ Tuesday, August 20, 2019

It's time for our Big Reveal, Wildlings! The Tarot decks used today are 1: The Vanessa Tarot by Lynyrd Narcisso, and 2: The ZillichTarot by Christine Zillich


Card 1: The Ten of Cups


The Ten of Cups Tarot card is a great card to have in your reading, as it represents true happiness, and emotional/spiritual fulfillment. It tells you that you will be living your happy ever after, and can look forward to domestic bliss. 

This Minor Arcana card represents happy families, children, caring and fun. This applies to you and your circle of family and friends. Everything you need you can have in abundance, and you will be feeling truly blessed. Now is a time to reap the rewards of your previous hard work. 

The Ten of Cups Tarot card also represents playfulness and creativity, so you may find the fun factor in your life goes up a notch, when this card makes an appearance. The Ten of Cups can also signify reunions, home comings, or family gatherings, so if you have been away from your family, friends, or partner, you can expect to be reunited with them.  

Key words: Happiness, family,  happy families, reunions, homecomings, family gatherings, marriage, long term relationships, stability, security, harmony, abundance, domestic bliss, happy ever after, caring, children, fun, play, creativity, soulmates, fate, destiny, good luck, blessings,  well-being, fulfillment


Card 2: The Sun




The Sun Tarot card is the Major Arcana card of optimism, freedom, and fun. When The Sun appears in an upright position, things should be going well for you, as this card also represents success and enthusiasm. 

You will find that people are drawn to the happy vibes and upbeat energy you are giving out; and you will bring joy to everyone and everything you come into contact with. You will be feeling care-free, liberated, and self-assured. 

It is also the card of truth, so if you have been the victim of lies or deception, The Sun is coming to shine its light on the deceit, to reveal the truth, and the perpetrators of the lies. 

The Sun Tarot card in an upright position also signifies good luck. Any problems you have been experiencing will melt away with the warmth this card brings. It can also indicate travel to a country with a warm climate.

Key words: freedom, fun, success, optimism, vitality, joy, confidence, self-expression, good luck, enthusiasm, happiness, truth, openness, travel

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It's time for our Big Reveal, Wildlings! The Tarot decks used today are 1: The Vanessa Tarot by Lynyrd Narcisso, and 2: The ZillichTarot by Christine Zillich


Card 1: The Ten of Cups


The Ten of Cups Tarot card is a great card to have in your reading, as it represents true happiness, and emotional/spiritual fulfillment. It tells you that you will be living your happy ever after, and can look forward to domestic bliss. 

This Minor Arcana card represents happy families, children, caring and fun. This applies to you and your circle of family and friends. Everything you need you can have in abundance, and you will be feeling truly blessed. Now is a time to reap the rewards of your previous hard work. 

The Ten of Cups Tarot card also represents playfulness and creativity, so you may find the fun factor in your life goes up a notch, when this card makes an appearance. The Ten of Cups can also signify reunions, home comings, or family gatherings, so if you have been away from your family, friends, or partner, you can expect to be reunited with them.  

Key words: Happiness, family,  happy families, reunions, homecomings, family gatherings, marriage, long term relationships, stability, security, harmony, abundance, domestic bliss, happy ever after, caring, children, fun, play, creativity, soulmates, fate, destiny, good luck, blessings,  well-being, fulfillment


Card 2: The Sun




The Sun Tarot card is the Major Arcana card of optimism, freedom, and fun. When The Sun appears in an upright position, things should be going well for you, as this card also represents success and enthusiasm. 

You will find that people are drawn to the happy vibes and upbeat energy you are giving out; and you will bring joy to everyone and everything you come into contact with. You will be feeling care-free, liberated, and self-assured. 

It is also the card of truth, so if you have been the victim of lies or deception, The Sun is coming to shine its light on the deceit, to reveal the truth, and the perpetrators of the lies. 

The Sun Tarot card in an upright position also signifies good luck. Any problems you have been experiencing will melt away with the warmth this card brings. It can also indicate travel to a country with a warm climate.

Key words: freedom, fun, success, optimism, vitality, joy, confidence, self-expression, good luck, enthusiasm, happiness, truth, openness, travel

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It's time for our Big Reveal!  If you haven't done so, please go to the Wildly, Witch Facebook page and choose your card. For those who have, let's get to it. Our decks today are the Deviant Moon Tarot; and The Sun and Moon Tarot. 

HUGE shoutout to all of you who are trying to take your intuition to the next level. I see you putting yourself out there with your intermediate/advanced guesses. You keep that up! You're going to see big results, if you do! 

Card 1: The Knight of Swords






The Knight of Swords is a card of big change- perhaps, one you have been awaiting for quite some time,  and you better be ready to roll with it when it does. It’s time to jump in and seize the moment! 

This is a Minor Arcana card of being assertive, direct, honest, quick-witted, and intellectual. It signifies being dashing, daring, brave, courageous, or rebellious. It also represents being talkative, ambitious, forward thinking, focused, and single-minded. This card can also indicate someone in law enforcement, or the military.

When this card appears in your Tarot reading, it can indicate that you go against the flow, have great leadership qualities, and that you are a perfectionist risk-taker. You know what you want to achieve, and you are going for it. Be bold, brave, daring, and courageous. Go after what you want- full throttle. 

It can also represent a big change in your career; or an arrival or departure of some kind. You may get the promotion you were hoping for, or a new job, or change of industry. 

Whatever the case, it will be a beneficial change and one that you have been wishing for, so seize it with both hands. 





Card 2: The Hermit





The Hermit Tarot card in an upright position, generally indicates that you are entering a period of soul-searching, self-reflection and spiritual enlightenment. This coincides greatly with Uranus going retrograde, so those of you who have fixed signs like Taurus, Leo, Scorpio, and Aquarius may be feeling this, big-time!

You may find that you need time alone to gain a deeper understanding of yourself, to remove yourself from the daily grind in order to discover your true spiritual self, contemplate your existence, your direction in life,
or your values. 

The Hermit can also indicate isolating yourself,or withdrawing into oneself in order to recover from a difficult situation. This card can suggest that you may be going through an anti-social phase where you just don’t want to interact with people as much as you normally would. 

The Hermit is wise, mature,and knowledgeable.  This is a time to focus on yourself and meeting your own needs.  

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Deck 1: Tarot De St. Croix



"Tarot de St. Croix transcends time to portray the tapestry of life. Although the images in this deck are unique, they still hold the essence of the universal archetypes. The visual metaphors are inspiring and easy to understand and carry information that can guide us on our journey through life. Acting as a visual encyclopedia of the soul, Tarot de St. Croix helps find answers to the big questions. Inspired by a vision where Lisa de St. Croix was told to paint the Tarot, she undertook a five year journey into the archetypal realm of the major and minor arcana. "

Card 1: King of Cups



The King of Cups Tarot card represents kindness, compassion, and wisdom. This Minor Arcana card can indicate that you will be finding the balance between your mind and your heart. You will learn to control your emotions and find the wisdom to accept that which you cannot change. You should be gaining a deeper level of emotional maturity when this card appears. You will become calmer, more sympathetic to others and tolerant. 

Like all the cups court cards, the King of Cups signifies emotion, creativity, artistic ability, and intuition, but in a more balanced form. 

As a person, the King of Cups is caring, affectionate, and empathetic. He is a good listener, diplomatic, and easy going. He is the type of older male who will give you sound advice, and act as a calming influence in your life. He usually has light hair, and has few, if any, enemies. He is well liked, and gets along with the majority of people. He may lack the drive to pursue material wealth, as he is more focused on the emotional side of life. He is very family orientated. He may be a water sign such as Cancer, Scorpio, or Pisces.

This card can also mean that you are in control of your own destiny. Choose wisely, and know yourself well.

Key words: ​Mature compassionate male, calm, caring, friendly, sympathetic, wise, tolerant, diplomatic, balanced, affectionate, romantic, charming, devoted, family orientated, generous, easy going, married man, good husband/partner/father, loyal, faithful, spiritual guide, counselor.


Deck 2: The Steampunk Tarot


"Where the past and future converge...
With a turn of the wheel and a spin of the cog, the oracular machinery lumbers into action. The curtains slowly draw back; the time has come to reveal your destiny.
Created by award-winning tarot expert Barbara Moore and brilliantly brought to life by artist Aly Fell, The Steampunk Tarot deck offers a glimpse of the future through a lens to the past. Retooling the gears of the Rider-Waite tradition, each card's intricate artwork depicts a scintillating fusion of man and machine, nature and technology, science and alchemy, romance and fashion. The included manual offers tips, original spreads, and guidance in card interpretation."

Card 2: The Three of Cups



The Three of Cups Tarot card is the Minor Arcana card of reunion or celebration. It can signify someone from your past coming back in to your life. It can also signify parties, festivals, weddings, engagement parties, baby showers, and other similar celebrations. When this card appears in your Tarot reading, you (or the querent) can look forward to a happy event in your life. 

It signifies a group of people coming together with open hearts and minds to celebrate important events. It is a very upbeat card that indicates happy times, and good feelings.   

In terms of career,the Three of Cups can indicate that there will be a celebration. This may be in the form of graduating from a course, a successful launch event for a business, a celebration of the successful completion of a project, or an office party.

This card can also signify that a promotion or job offer could be coming your way. In a financial context, the Three of Cups tells you that you may have an abundance of money coming in but you could find yourself spending a lot with all these celebrations!   

Key words: Reunions, celebrations, parties, socializing, gatherings, indulgence, festivals, festivities, gatherings, happiness, wedding, engagement party, graduation, baby shower, happy times.


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Deck 1: Tarot of the Hidden Realm



"Evoke the powerful wisdom of the fae with the Tarot of the Hidden Realm. Instead of relying on esoteric symbols, this powerful deck uses the raw elements―water, air, fire, and earth―to speak directly to your emotions. The beautifully drawn figures follow the Rider Waite style, but express more energy and movement, drawing you in even as you draw their truths out. The companion guidebook reveals techniques and card meanings for beginners and more experienced readers alike."


Card 1: The Tower (The Blasted Beech)




Has a big change of plans occurred? Are you getting a Tarot reading because some unexpected event has completely changed your life? Has your world turned upside down? Was a steady part of your life recently destabilized in dramatic fashion? Is change happening too quickly for you to hold on to something? If so, the tower is influencing events and has appeared in your Tarot reading. 

This card is the Tarot’s way of acknowledging that the rapid transformation occurring in your world is due to forces beyond your control. Be it a stirring of Mother Nature or the impact of someone else’s economic decisions on your life, understand that these are circumstances with which you had little if any influence over.

In the present position, anything goes with this card. Relationships, jobs, financial circumstances … any situation could be affected. The chaos unleashed by The Tower in this position usually affects one area of your life, but the affects are thorough. You may lose a job, but your love relationship will grow stronger as a result. You might get dumped, but you will get an easier work schedule that boosts your pay. Juxtapositions of absence/abundance are inevitable.

Key words: Chaos, destruction, sudden upheaval, trauma, unexpected change, disaster, loss, tragedy, revelations, confusion, pain, divorce, abuse, violence, bankruptcy, natural disasters


Deck 2: The Wild Unknown Tarot




"From the beloved artist-seeker behind The Wild Unknown comes the long-awaited box set of her hit tarot deck and guidebook—together for the first time in a beautifully designed keepsake package.
Kim Krans is not only a vanguard of the new tarot movement, but the person who is redefining it for the twenty-first century. For a legion of contemporary seekers, The Wild Unknown is more than a tarot deck; it’s become a resonant guide for people all over the world, inspiring them to share countless images of their readings, tattoos, and art prints from the deck."


Card 2: The Three of Pentacles





The Three of Pentacles speaks to a vision or goal that will come to full completion. The inspiration, excitement, drive, and commitment are all forces within the Three of Pentacles that are supporting the totality of this creative goal or business venture. 

All skills you have are unique to your vision, when merged with your creative mind, cannot be recreated by another. This creative juice can only flow from you. The work you are focused on is deeply rewarding and you are committed to see your projects through. You are working in a way that you are satisfied with the process of creation. As you feel an absolute yes for what you are working on, you make decisions from this elevated space along the way. If something feels unaligned as you create, it’s important to re-navigate and make an alteration to the course. You want to feel a complete yes, moment to moment, through your creation process. Create and beam in love. The happier and connected you feel with your work, the more inspiration flows effortlessly. 

Cutting corners, rushing, or trying to complete your goal quickly, will only slow you down and not fulfill your true work. Sometimes slow and steady can be highly effective and efficient. Finish the day completely satisfied with what you are creating.

Key words: Apprenticeship, learning, studying, growing, hard work, commitment, building on success, collaboration, teamwork, determination, goals, dedication, quality, attention to detail, trades person, achievements, recognition, reward, hard work paying off, effort, motivation​  


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Deck 1: The China Tarot by Der Jin




"An Eastern anthem to the beauty of the soul, this stunning collection of delicate images speaks of the magic and poetry of China. Infinite shades of emotion―joy, melancholy, love, ambition, etc.―help us identify with every well-crafted figure and scene.
The companion booklets for most Lo Scarabeo decks are in five languages: English, Spanish, French, Italian, and German."


Card 1: The King of Wands





The King of Wands indicates that you will have the energy, experience, and enthusiasm to accomplish what you set out to achieve at this time. You are taking control of your life. You will motivate those around you, lead the way forward, and set a good example for those who look up to you. You do not worry about other people’s opinion of you, and you dare to be different when this Minor Arcana card appears in your Tarot reading. 

As a person, the King of Wands is a mature male who is confident, strong, energetic, and optimistic. He/She is a natural born leader. He/She may be a fire sign such as Aries, Leo, or Sagittarius He/She is friendly by nature, funny, charming, and good with words. He/She is also fearless, freethinking, motivated, and action-orientated.  He/She has an independent streak and as such, needs freedom, and will not tolerate clingy or overly needy people. 

The King of Wands does not like to let emotions stand in the way of his/her enjoyment of life. They are usually supportive of those around them and have learned to be lenient. However, the King of Wands can be self-centered, hot-tempered, and controlling. At their best, and when allowed their freedom, they proud, passionate, honest, loyal, dependable, and protective.




Deck 2: The Vanessa Tarot



"With humor, glamour and an attitude of adventure, this delightful deck invites readers on a joyrider through the Tarot. Taking their inspiration from pop culture, the sassy but sage characters of this deck playfully reinterpret traditional femal roles as they share all their special secrets. Packaged in a tin."

Card 2: The Ace of Swords





When it is time to “cut through the B.S.,” one card in the Tarot deck will do the cutting for you: The Ace of Swords. This is the card that appears when communication is in need of being clarified. That is a nice way of saying that when someone is giving you a snow job about something, the Ace of Swords is with you to cut those words to shreds, and find the clear meaning of them. 

The Ace of Swords delivers the reality of the situation to you. This is not always easy to accept, as often it is you who have been lying to yourself, denying the truth about a relationship or other intense situation in your life. This card perseveres in a quest for what is real, but your idea of what that reality might actually be is not guaranteed.

In the present position, you are clarifying an absolute in your life under which you have been serving.  The Ace of Swords is especially empowering in this position, because you are able to confront vagaries and inaccuracies in your life that are not adding up. The Ace of Swords gives you the strength to confront situations that do not mesh with your understanding of things and the presence of mind to articulate your position.

The Ace of Swords marks a wave of new energy from the intellectual realms. You may be on the verge of a significant breakthrough, or a new way of thinking that allows you to view the world with clear eyes. Or, you may have a sudden realization or conscious understanding about an issue that has been troubling you and can finally see the path ahead of you. Meditate regularly to clear away the mental chatter and make the most of this intellectual potential.



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