Tarot Tuesday's Big Reveal for July 16, 2019

/ Tuesday, July 16, 2019

It's time for our big reveal! For those who haven't done so, please go to the Wildly, Witch Facebook page and select your card. For those who have, let's get to it!


Deck 1: Everyday Witch Tarot Cards

"A fun, practical, easy-to-use tarot kit for every witch. Charming images pair with simple explanations to make this the go-to deck for anyone seeking to learn or practice the tarot. Based on the classic Rider-Waite deck but updated for the busy modern witch, this tarot has a whimsical air while still being dedicated to the serious job of providing answers to life's tough questions. Author Deborah Blake brings her friendly, approachable style to a tarot experience that's focused on the positive."


Card 1: The Seven of Swords




The Seven of Swords is a card that appears in your Tarot reading to reveal issues of breaking free, doing things your own way and abandoning group ideals. The Seven of Swords is seen as a card of saving yourself; this can have positive elements to it, as in many personal transformations, but it can be negative as well, revealing the core selfishness present in many of our decisions. There is also an element of haste in this card, an indicator of moving fast in a decision making process.

When the Seven of Swords is in the present part of a Tarot reading, someone may be cheating on the querent. A spouse or a business partner may be getting away with stealing your trust. Just as likely, though, this card could show that your recent crafty moves are paying off at work.

This is also a card of taking back one's power, and is particularly important to those who are in a minority (women, people of color, the lgbtq community, etc). This card is an indicator that the time is right for you to make a stand for yourself. Just be sure you understand the consequences, and are ready to accept them. 


Deck 2: The Dark Mansion Tarot

"The Dark Mansion Tarot is a joint work of the originator and producer Krzysztof Wasiuk, who is also the founder of the Taroteca Studio project, and graphic artist Magdalena Kaczan, who is the author of all graphics for cards.
The deck was being made almost two and a half years, combining hand and computer drawing techniques in the last phases of drawing and coloring."

Card 2: The Six of Wands




The Six of Wands represents success, victory, winning, triumph, achievement, and having the advantage. It also signifies praise, acclaim, awards, recognition, applause, and goodwill. 

It is a Minor Arcana card of fame, celebrity, fans, well-wishers, supporters, crowds and being in the spotlight. It indicates that someone is being a leader, riding high, confident and proud with high self-esteem. It is a card of strength and stability; and, can also represent successful campaigns, and winning battles.

​You may have won a promotion or new job or successfully completed a project, producing great results. If you are in business, this card would see you achieving a great level of success. This card also indicates that you have shown great drive, enthusiasm, and leadership to achieve your victory. Enjoy the moment, but don’t let it go to your head! You have worked hard and now you are reaping the rewards!


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It's time for our big reveal! For those who haven't done so, please go to the Wildly, Witch Facebook page and select your card. For those who have, let's get to it!


Deck 1: Everyday Witch Tarot Cards

"A fun, practical, easy-to-use tarot kit for every witch. Charming images pair with simple explanations to make this the go-to deck for anyone seeking to learn or practice the tarot. Based on the classic Rider-Waite deck but updated for the busy modern witch, this tarot has a whimsical air while still being dedicated to the serious job of providing answers to life's tough questions. Author Deborah Blake brings her friendly, approachable style to a tarot experience that's focused on the positive."


Card 1: The Seven of Swords




The Seven of Swords is a card that appears in your Tarot reading to reveal issues of breaking free, doing things your own way and abandoning group ideals. The Seven of Swords is seen as a card of saving yourself; this can have positive elements to it, as in many personal transformations, but it can be negative as well, revealing the core selfishness present in many of our decisions. There is also an element of haste in this card, an indicator of moving fast in a decision making process.

When the Seven of Swords is in the present part of a Tarot reading, someone may be cheating on the querent. A spouse or a business partner may be getting away with stealing your trust. Just as likely, though, this card could show that your recent crafty moves are paying off at work.

This is also a card of taking back one's power, and is particularly important to those who are in a minority (women, people of color, the lgbtq community, etc). This card is an indicator that the time is right for you to make a stand for yourself. Just be sure you understand the consequences, and are ready to accept them. 


Deck 2: The Dark Mansion Tarot

"The Dark Mansion Tarot is a joint work of the originator and producer Krzysztof Wasiuk, who is also the founder of the Taroteca Studio project, and graphic artist Magdalena Kaczan, who is the author of all graphics for cards.
The deck was being made almost two and a half years, combining hand and computer drawing techniques in the last phases of drawing and coloring."

Card 2: The Six of Wands




The Six of Wands represents success, victory, winning, triumph, achievement, and having the advantage. It also signifies praise, acclaim, awards, recognition, applause, and goodwill. 

It is a Minor Arcana card of fame, celebrity, fans, well-wishers, supporters, crowds and being in the spotlight. It indicates that someone is being a leader, riding high, confident and proud with high self-esteem. It is a card of strength and stability; and, can also represent successful campaigns, and winning battles.

​You may have won a promotion or new job or successfully completed a project, producing great results. If you are in business, this card would see you achieving a great level of success. This card also indicates that you have shown great drive, enthusiasm, and leadership to achieve your victory. Enjoy the moment, but don’t let it go to your head! You have worked hard and now you are reaping the rewards!


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Greetings, Wildlings! It's time for the Big Reveal! If you're late to the party, please go to the Wildly, Witch Facebook page, and select your card. For those of you who have already chosen, let's get to it.

Deck 1: Crystal Visions Tarot



"Crystal Visions Tarot remains true to the classic Rider-Waite 78-card system in much of its symbolism, as well as in card and suit names.
The luscious card imagery also illustrates the elemental aspects of each suit in order to aid the novice in forming associations with the cards.
Aeclectic Tarot readers voted Crystal Visions Tarot one of the Top Ten Decks of All Time.
Crystal Visions Tarot was voted Top Ten Most Popular Tarot Decks of 2011 by Aeclectic Tarot.
Tarotize.com named Crystal Visions Tarot the Prettiest Tarot Deck published in 2011."

Card 1: The Two of Pentacles




The Two of Pentacles can indicate that you are trying to find or maintain the balance between various areas of your life. This Minor Arcana card represents the ups and downs of life and indicates that you are resourceful, adaptable, and flexible enough to get through them. 

However, it can be a warning that trying to juggle too many things at once, and not prioritizing what is important, can lead to failure and exhaustion. Try to evaluate where you are putting your energy and cut back on what is not necessary in order to maintain a balanced and happy life. 

The Two of Pentacles can indicate that decisions need to be made, and making these choices may be causing you stress. It can also signify partnership, and the struggle to find the right balance between your needs and the needs of someone else.    

​Key words: balance, trying to find balance, resourcefulness, ups and downs, adaptability, flexibility, juggling life, juggling money, balancing books, transferring money, profit and loss, income and outgoings, financial decisions, financial stress, partnerships 



Deck 2: The Joie De Vivre Tarot


"Beautiful to look at, fun to do readings with, and insightful in its imagery, this would be a good starter deck for those new to tarot, as well as a joyful addition for serious students of the tarot." - TarotWise


Card 2: The Four of Coins (Pentacles)




The Four of Coins/Pentacles Tarot card can indicate that you are holding on to people, possessions, situations or past issues. It can be an indication that there are deep seated issues affecting you that you need to process and let go of. 

This Minor Arcana card can indicates that you may be trying very hard to cling onto the people or possessions that give you a sense of security. You may be holding onto things in an unhealthy, possessive, controlling or toxic way or someone may be holding onto you in such a manner.  It can indicate that you need to establish your boundaries or respect the boundaries of other people. 

The Four of Pentacles can also indicate a lack of openness, blocking or obstructing progress, keeping to yourself or a sense of isolation. It can represent wealth, greed, materialism and penny pinching.

Key words: Holding on to people/possessions/ issues, deep seated/past issues, hoarding, stinginess, control, possessiveness, financial stability, financial security, saving for big purchases or retirement, greed, materialism, wealth, penny-pinching, isolation, boundaries, keeping to yourself, being closed off.


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Welcome to the Big Reveal!

If you haven't done so already, please go to the Wildly, Witch Facebook page and select your card. For those who have, let's get to it!

Today's Tarot Decks are The Shadowscapes Tarot (#1) and The Witches Tarot (#2).


Card 1: The Moon




Are you feeling disconnected to the values and traditions with which you were brought up? Is an alienation from the norm creeping into your life? Have you been talked into something that only last year you would have considered preposterous? Are you aimless in your goals and ambition? Has an artistically inspired streak of creativity suddenly appeared out of nowhere? All of these brooding outsider tendencies call forth The Moon card from the Tarot deck when you seek a reading to show you the way.

You may be getting so many mixed signals from the outside world. The temptations of alcohol, drugs, meaningless pleasure seeking, gambling and other escapes from reality are all too real. The Moon represents falling out of touch with reality. However, it also represents a chance to better yourself by not believing in the false assumptions that we all agree to within societal norms. Instead of following the path that you are told will get you somewhere (the path that has at present left you lost), The Moon signals your opportunity to create your own structures; a life from your own imagination and design.

You are definitely in a more psychic and intuitive phase than usual, so it will be important for you to trust your instincts and your impressions, even if you don't know where they are coming from. Also, not that you need to be mistrusting, but it will be helpful for you to realize that when this card appears, it's possible that all is not what it seems. If you feel you can't trust someone, then you probably can't. Go with your gut.



Card 2: Death




Death does not necessarily, or even usually, indicate physical death. This card simply indicates transformation and change. This is definitely a time of deep transformation, likely to be both internally and externally in your life. Situations, things, and people that you have counted on or gotten used to may no longer be available to you in quite the same way as they once were. This transition can be very difficult for some people. The change though, is nearly always needed.

The more accepting you can be of change of any description during this time the better. Simply put, the less you try to control what is underway the more comfortable this time will be for you. Often what you need to let go of is some sort of self-limiting belief or attitude. Sometimes we just can't see how our attitudes are hurting us, and when that is true this time period can be a wake-up call.

The energy of this time is not just change or destruction; it is change or destruction followed by renewal. Even though one door may have closed for you another is opening. The change is coming whether you want it or not so pluck up your courage and step through the door. This change is absolutely necessary.


Summary and Invitation


How did you do? I found both of these cards were appropriate for this full moon's energy, as well as the astrophere's configurations for the month. Come, join us back on the Facebook page, and let's discuss. Or, if you prefer, you can leave a comment here, or use the DM feature to the right to message me, privately.

For those who have been asking, yes, I do private tarot readings via email. Cost is $75 USD for a 1 year reading, $50 for a 1 question reading. 

I also do totem readings. I am not Native American. Totems are a part of my heritage, and the majority of cultures on the planet. Totem readings are also $75 USD.

You can email me, or send me a PM, and I'll happily accommodate. 

Coming in fall: website revamp, new offerings, classes.



It's time for our Big Reveal! If you haven't done so, please go to the Wildly, Witch Facebook page and select your card. For those who have, let's do this! I've mixed it up a little, and forced you to choose between two different decks.

The first deck, is the Prisma Visions Tarot




The second deck is the Shadowscapes Tarot





Card 1: Strength




Do you feel a little more in control with less effort than ever? Is it easier than before to maintain your position and engender respect? Has a relationship that might have once been frustrating lately been a source of joy? Has your anger over a situation made you more committed to taking responsibility and working toward beneficial outcomes? The Strength card is one of the most sophisticated cards in the Tarot deck, representing a higher level of consciousness that takes responsibility in order to master yourself and your world.



In the present position, Strength is one of the best cards in the Tarot deck. You are in the midst of getting to know how to rule your world. You are not domineering in this control. Strength is a card that exerts its control through understanding and cooperation. You are in charge, but others do your bidding because you have made it worth their while and created a joyful context in which all of you interact.


Card 2: The 8 of Cups





The Eight of Cups is at its most powerful in the present position. This card reveals the fundamental hopelessness of a current relationship, job or other stressful situation. If you have been considering moving on, this card and its message will come as no surprise when it appears in the present position of your Tarot reading. The strength of this card is in the person actually having left the situation – this is a motivation for you to make a radical change with your current situation. If life is fine and dandy and you cannot imagine things changing, the Eight of Cups is a card that insists you look around at those closest to you and confronts you with the notion that these people might not be at all happy with the way things are going. The Eight of Cups may wake you up from a state of obliviousness. In that regard, this can be a card of empathy.

Know that renewed good times lie ahead for you. If your "gut" is telling you that you really need to get out of a relationship, job, or living arrangement, trust yourself. Instead of this coming out of the blue, or someone or something leaving you, it usually means that you are the one who will make this choice. Very often one door has to close behind you before the next door in front of you can fully open.




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It's time for our Tarot Tuesday Big Reveal! If you missed it, please go to the Facebook page and choose your card. For those who have already chosen, see below for your card meaning.

This week's Tarot Deck is the Robin Wood Tarot by Robin Wood. 


Amazon description: 
"The Robin Wood Tarot has rapidly become one of the most popular Tarot decks in the world. Its beautiful art, vibrant imagery and luminous energies, enchants everyone.
The 22 Major Arcana cards are filled with life that was previously unseen in the Tarot. It is also filled with the energy of nature, taking the images outside of rooms and into the beautiful abodes of the gods. For example, The High Priestess is an ageless woman wearing a lunar headband. Behind her are trees and a darkened sky lit only by the moon.
The shining strength of this deck lies in the fifty-six cards of the Minor Arcana. The characters on the cards almost seem to breathe. Often, the cards seem so dimensional you get the feeling you could jump into them. Watch the boy carve pentagrams on wooden disks in the eight of Pentacles. Gleefully help steal blades in the five of Swords. Join in the merry dance on the four of Wands.
The 56-page booklet explains everything to give a Tarot reading, including the upright and reversed meaning for each card and 3 different layouts. Each of the pip cards is given a word or short phrase to help you identify the meaning of the card with virtually no effort.
Pagans will love the influence of nature on this deck. Beginners will find it makes learning the Tarot fun and easy. Experienced Tarot readers will love the radiantly colorful, symbolic, and infinitely captivating deck."



Card 1: The Magician




When the opportunity to use your best talents arises, your performance will seem like magic to those around you. When you have a set of plans and enact them to perfection, quickly accomplishing your goal, people will be shocked. Your accomplishments will seem ordinary to you, as if they should have happened without question, but others will look at what you do like it is a new form of magic. All of these circumstances summon forth The Magician card from the Tarot deck. This is the card of making things happen, being in control, getting what you want because you understand how to earn it … and impressing everyone in the process of doing what comes natural to you.

In the present position, this card signals the urgency of a situation of which you must seize to take advantage. In this position, The Magician indicates that your ability to be yourself and impress the right person or people can have a big impact on the direction your life takes. The Magician in the present position is a metaphor for your free will and good luck combining in a rare opportunity to move way ahead in life. When this card is in this position, take your great leap forward.


Card 2: The Page of Wands



The Page of Wands is a card that blesses any tarot reading with the good fortune of youthful creativity. But how you use this blessing can be an exciting accomplishment or a total disaster.

Page cards in the present position represent you starting life over again. The Page of Wands shows you with a new idea of taking control over your own destiny. It is a powerful card in the present position, a clean slate with momentum in your favor.

In general, this card indicates that things that you started some time ago are starting to come to fruition. It can also show a need for new things - new adventures, new approaches, and new ideas. The Page brings us beneficial energy. We must supply the follow-through. This can be a very creative time for you, and a good time for you to actually become childlike. Dream, play, be inventive. You never know what your creations during this time might come to.



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