Tarot Tuesday's #Big Reveal for December 11, 2018

/ Tuesday, December 11, 2018


It's time for Tarot Tuesday's Big Reveal! If you haven't done so, go to the Wildly, Witch Facebook Page and select your card. For those who have, let's get started!

Today's Deck is The Druidcraft Tarot. 



"At a time when we seek a closer connection with the natural world, this beautiful deck invites us to celebrate the earth and the rhythm of her seasons. Combining the two great streams of Western Pagan tradition--Wicca and Druidry--Philip and Stephanie Carr-Gomm, together with artist Will Worthington, have created a tarot of extraordinary depth and relevance that can help guide and illuminate your life. The Druidcraft Tarot's powerful images have emerged from a vast store of teachings and story-telling rooted in our ancient past. Use them as gateways to your inner spiritual world, and deepen your knowledge of yourself and of the earth. Let the natural wisdom of Druidcraft bring you insight and inspiration for the life issues that you face today."


Card 1: The Fool





The first card of the Major Arcana, The Fool is generally a welcome card, indicating new beginnings. It could mean that you are on the verge of an exciting, unexpected new adventure. Your new adventure will bring you along a path which may require you to make a leap of faith; but you will grow as a result of this new experience. This new adventure could be a literal new adventure, like travelling to a place you’ve never been before. The change this card can bring will usually be a welcome one. 

While the Fool is generally a beneficial card, its appearance in a reading can also indicate that you need to take the time to look before you leap.  Note the image in the card, showing him walking right off a cliff.

Key words: Innocence, freedom, originality, adventure, travel, foolishness, carelessness, idealism, youth, spontaneity, lack of commitment, new beginnings.


Card 2:  Judgement





In this particular deck, Judgement is called, "Rebirth." This gives a new perspective to the meaning of this card. 

Traditionally, Judgement is reflecting your internal conflict about making a big decision. The finality of this choice is quite apparent to you, even if it seems small to others, and is perhaps even dismissed by those close to you. The presence of this card can give you little guidance over your choice. While many Tarot cards have a sense of inevitability about them, the Judgment card in the present position is powerful in that your free will is on the line here. All this card represents is that the decision you are about to make is, in fact, an epic one.

As "Rebirth," this card takes that meaning a step further. The choice you are about to  make will create a new life for you. Judgement is the card of results. When it pops up in your reading, Judgement predicts you are about to get an outcome in any situation, be it career, love, or relationships.

Judgement is the card of transition from one state to another. Relationships can go from dating to marriage or from dating to endings. Jobs can go to promotions or annex. Judgment marks the time when all of the effort you have put in will result in one thing or another whether that is for better or worse. Be sure you choose carefully.

Key words: internal conflict, major life-changing events, outcomes, rebirth.


Card 3: The World





The World Tarot card signifies having the world at your feet! This can be in a literal sense as The World is one of the Travel cards of the Major Arcana. It can represent new worlds opening up for you so you can expect to be welcomed by the people in the countries you travel to. 

The World can also mean you will have the world at your feet in another sense, i.e. that you will be successful and the opportunities available to you at the moment are endless. You have gone through the trials and tribulations of the rest of the Major Arcana, you have endured the hardships and learned your lessons and now you will reap the rewards. You should be proud of what you have achieved, it has not been easy to get here but you’ve done it. 

The universe is smiling upon you and luck is on your side when this Major Arcana card appears in your reading, so grab the opportunities available to you. The World can represent the completion of a challenge such as a university course or a project or can represent finally achieving a dream or aspiration such as starting your own business, getting married, or having children. 

You have reached the point where you can be happy with what you have accomplished. Success can bring a whole new set of challenges or worries so make sure you’re not carrying the weight of the world on your shoulders. You’ve worked hard to get to this point so stop and savor the moment! Celebrate your accomplishments!

Key words: Success, achievement, accomplishment, travel, completion, fulfillment, sense of belonging, wholeness


Card 4: The High Priestess





The High Priestess possesses intuition, mystery and sensuality combined with common sense. When the High Priestess appears in a tarot reading she indicates that now is the time to trust your instincts and go with your gut feeling. Pay attention to your dreams and the signs and symbols the universe is sending you when this Major Arcana trump card appears in your tarot reading.

While the Magician is the guardian of the conscious mind and the tangible world, the High Priestess is the guardian of the subconscious mind, and the teacher of sacred knowledge and hidden mysteries. 

Sitting at the threshold of the conscious and subconscious mind, the High Priestess has an innate ability to travel between these realms effortlessly. She teaches you that the world is not always as it seems and more profound influences are often at play. She ushers you through the thin veil of awareness, offering you a deep, intuitive understanding of the Universe, and a heightened awareness of secret or hidden information.

Key words: Desirability, un-attainability, mystery, sensuality, spirituality, thirst for knowledge, mystery, subconscious, higher power, creativity, fertility.


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It's time for Tarot Tuesday's Big Reveal! If you haven't done so, go to the Wildly, Witch Facebook Page and select your card. For those who have, let's get started!

Today's Deck is The Druidcraft Tarot. 



"At a time when we seek a closer connection with the natural world, this beautiful deck invites us to celebrate the earth and the rhythm of her seasons. Combining the two great streams of Western Pagan tradition--Wicca and Druidry--Philip and Stephanie Carr-Gomm, together with artist Will Worthington, have created a tarot of extraordinary depth and relevance that can help guide and illuminate your life. The Druidcraft Tarot's powerful images have emerged from a vast store of teachings and story-telling rooted in our ancient past. Use them as gateways to your inner spiritual world, and deepen your knowledge of yourself and of the earth. Let the natural wisdom of Druidcraft bring you insight and inspiration for the life issues that you face today."


Card 1: The Fool





The first card of the Major Arcana, The Fool is generally a welcome card, indicating new beginnings. It could mean that you are on the verge of an exciting, unexpected new adventure. Your new adventure will bring you along a path which may require you to make a leap of faith; but you will grow as a result of this new experience. This new adventure could be a literal new adventure, like travelling to a place you’ve never been before. The change this card can bring will usually be a welcome one. 

While the Fool is generally a beneficial card, its appearance in a reading can also indicate that you need to take the time to look before you leap.  Note the image in the card, showing him walking right off a cliff.

Key words: Innocence, freedom, originality, adventure, travel, foolishness, carelessness, idealism, youth, spontaneity, lack of commitment, new beginnings.


Card 2:  Judgement





In this particular deck, Judgement is called, "Rebirth." This gives a new perspective to the meaning of this card. 

Traditionally, Judgement is reflecting your internal conflict about making a big decision. The finality of this choice is quite apparent to you, even if it seems small to others, and is perhaps even dismissed by those close to you. The presence of this card can give you little guidance over your choice. While many Tarot cards have a sense of inevitability about them, the Judgment card in the present position is powerful in that your free will is on the line here. All this card represents is that the decision you are about to make is, in fact, an epic one.

As "Rebirth," this card takes that meaning a step further. The choice you are about to  make will create a new life for you. Judgement is the card of results. When it pops up in your reading, Judgement predicts you are about to get an outcome in any situation, be it career, love, or relationships.

Judgement is the card of transition from one state to another. Relationships can go from dating to marriage or from dating to endings. Jobs can go to promotions or annex. Judgment marks the time when all of the effort you have put in will result in one thing or another whether that is for better or worse. Be sure you choose carefully.

Key words: internal conflict, major life-changing events, outcomes, rebirth.


Card 3: The World





The World Tarot card signifies having the world at your feet! This can be in a literal sense as The World is one of the Travel cards of the Major Arcana. It can represent new worlds opening up for you so you can expect to be welcomed by the people in the countries you travel to. 

The World can also mean you will have the world at your feet in another sense, i.e. that you will be successful and the opportunities available to you at the moment are endless. You have gone through the trials and tribulations of the rest of the Major Arcana, you have endured the hardships and learned your lessons and now you will reap the rewards. You should be proud of what you have achieved, it has not been easy to get here but you’ve done it. 

The universe is smiling upon you and luck is on your side when this Major Arcana card appears in your reading, so grab the opportunities available to you. The World can represent the completion of a challenge such as a university course or a project or can represent finally achieving a dream or aspiration such as starting your own business, getting married, or having children. 

You have reached the point where you can be happy with what you have accomplished. Success can bring a whole new set of challenges or worries so make sure you’re not carrying the weight of the world on your shoulders. You’ve worked hard to get to this point so stop and savor the moment! Celebrate your accomplishments!

Key words: Success, achievement, accomplishment, travel, completion, fulfillment, sense of belonging, wholeness


Card 4: The High Priestess





The High Priestess possesses intuition, mystery and sensuality combined with common sense. When the High Priestess appears in a tarot reading she indicates that now is the time to trust your instincts and go with your gut feeling. Pay attention to your dreams and the signs and symbols the universe is sending you when this Major Arcana trump card appears in your tarot reading.

While the Magician is the guardian of the conscious mind and the tangible world, the High Priestess is the guardian of the subconscious mind, and the teacher of sacred knowledge and hidden mysteries. 

Sitting at the threshold of the conscious and subconscious mind, the High Priestess has an innate ability to travel between these realms effortlessly. She teaches you that the world is not always as it seems and more profound influences are often at play. She ushers you through the thin veil of awareness, offering you a deep, intuitive understanding of the Universe, and a heightened awareness of secret or hidden information.

Key words: Desirability, un-attainability, mystery, sensuality, spirituality, thirst for knowledge, mystery, subconscious, higher power, creativity, fertility.


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It's time for our Big Reveal! If you haven't done so, please go select your card on The Wildly, Witch Facebook Page. For those of you who have, let's get to it!

This week's Tarot deck is The Shadowscapes Tarot by Stephanie Pui-Mun Law.

"Surrender to the fantastical world of your deepest dreams...where butterflies float upon shifting mists set aglow by the rising sun. A place where twisting branches arc across shimmering skies, willowy fairies dance on air, and tree spirits sing from a hallowed oak. Delve into the shadows of your dreams—and awaken to truth.

Weaving together Asian, Celtic, and fantasy styles of artwork, this breathtaking new Rider-Waite-Smith-based tarot deck by renowned artist Stephanie Pui-Mun Law is infused with universal symbols found in fairy tales, myths, and folklore from cultures around the world.


A companion guidebook presents the artist's evocative interpretations of each card's significance. It also features an introduction by award-winning tarot expert Barbara Moore that includes tarot basics, instructions for giving insightful readings, and practical spreads."





Card 1: The Nine of Wands






When you are hanging in there, persevering under pressure and holding on despite the forces pulling at the other end of your rope, expect the Nine of Wands to appear in your Tarot reading. This card is either a welcome sign that you are truly holding your own in a long-term project or that you are needlessly hanging on to a point of view that is past its time.

When this card is in the present position, it is an acknowledgment that you are in the middle of a great struggle. You might not realize that your efforts are out of the ordinary. Your battle may seem so obviously the right thing to do that you do not realize how great and against the odds it truly is. Whether it is raising a child with learning disabilities or working hard to finish your master's thesis, you really have to be persistent in what you do to manifest the Nine of Wands in the present position.

Key words: Ongoing battle, battle weary, fatigue, drained of energy, nearly there, close to success, courage, persistence, perseverance, backbone, learning from past failure, gather your strength, fight your corner, last stand, guarded, wounded, expecting trouble, holding out, not working out as planned, setbacks, strength of will.


Card 2: The Three of Wands




The Three of Wands represents freedom, adventure, travel, moving abroad and foreign lands. It can indicate hard work paying off, success and being happy with your choices or the outcome of your situation. This card also signifies foresight, forward planning, moving forward, growth and expansion. It is a Minor Arcana card of self-confidence, self-belief, spreading your wings and experiencing life. It tells you that fortune favors the brave. It can also represent holiday romances and long distance relationships.

The Three of Wands is a card that almost always represents the person receiving the reading. When it appears in your reading, the position will tell you when things will be most hopeful. When the Three of Wands appears in a reading representing the present it reflects that you have invested a lot of optimism into some venture or relationship. 

Key words: Travel, moving abroad, foreign land, foresight, forward planning, moving forward, self-confidence, self-belief, freedom, success, happy with choices/outcome, hard work paying off, experiencing life, spreading your wings, adventure, long distance/ travel romance, fortune favors the brave, overseas trade/expansion, growth.


Card 3:  The Two of Cups




When the Two of Cups Tarot card appears things should be going well for you, and life should be very harmonious.  The Two of Cups is a very positive card. While it normally relates to unity and love in romantic relationships it can signify harmony and mutual respect and appreciation in friendships and partnerships. This Minor Arcana card can also signify equality and balance when it appears in your tarot spread. As this is an attraction card, you may find you are popular or sought after in many areas on your life!

In the present position, the Two of Cups confirms that a union is being born or a reconciliation is occurring. Often this card appears in the present position as the person receiving the reading is about to go to a high school reunion or a family gathering. It confirms that the time to bury that hatchet or pursue passion has arrived.

Key words: Partnership, unity, love, compatibility, happy couples, potential soulmates, relationships, harmony, balance, equality, attraction, connection, proposals, engagements, marriage, mutual respect 


Card 4: The Five of Pentacles



The Five of Pentacles is a Tarot Card that appears when economic times get bad. 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.

When the Five of Pentacles appears in the present part of a Tarot card spread, this tells you that you are not looking at a great opportunity that is right in front of you. Often this card appears in the present when a generous and loving man is letting you know that he would love to have you in his life and you are ignoring him as you follow a loser bad boy on a dead end fling. This card urges you to have faith and to see something in your life that is right in front of you that can lead to a much happier situation than the one in which you are currently embroiled.

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.


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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 select your card.

For those who have, let's get to it. This deck, as mentioned on the page, is The Vanessa Tarot by Lynyrd Narciso.

"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 female roles as they share all their special secrets. Packaged in a tin."


Card 1: The Eight of Swords





The Eight of Swords can represent feeling trapped, confined, restricted or backed into a corner or having your hands tied. It signifies fear, terror, anxiety and psychological issues. It is a Minor Arcana card of hopelessness, helplessness, powerlessness, slavery, persecution and being silenced, or censored.  

You will be feeling the pressure when this appears and may be in crisis or going through a dilemma or drama. However, the overall theme of this card is that you are the one keeping yourself in this situation through negative thinking, and allowing yourself to be paralyzed by fear. 

The swords depicted in the card are surrounding you but you can take the open your eyes, and walk away at any time! This is a card that is confronting you with the stagnant aspects of your current situation. Often, Tarot readers will tell a person receiving this card during a reading that the Eight of Swords in the present position represents denial. Oftentimes, the querent will then deny that there is any of that behavior going on. The Eight of Swords in the Present position lets you know that you may not be the person who put the blindfold around your eyes, but you are the person keeping it on. Open your eyes, and walk toward a place of confidence. This often suggests someone with anxiety, who hasn't learned coping mechanisms. Seek professional help, if you are feeling this way.


Key words: Feeling trapped, restricted, backed into a corner, hands tied, victimized, paralyzed by fear/terror, anxiety, feeling pressure, hopeless, helpless , powerless, silenced, crisis, dilemma, drama, imprisonment, punishment, slavery, persecution, judgement, trial by jury, consequences, negative attitudes, psychological issues, major weight-loss.




Card 2: 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 and a natural born leader. He may be a fire sign such as Aries, Leo, or Sagittarius He is friendly by nature, funny, charming, and good with words. He is also fearless, freethinking, motivated, and action-orientated.  He has an independent streak, and as such, he needs his freedom, and will not tolerate neediness. The King of Wands does not like to let emotions stand in the way of his enjoyment of life. He is usually supportive of those around him and has learned to be lenient. 

However, the King of Wands can be self-centered, hot-tempered and controlling. He is at his best when he is allowed his freedom, and is proud, passionate, honest, loyal, dependable, and protective. 

The King of Wands, in the present position, indicates that any project you are working on is an inspired choice, and will take you far. There is no time like the present to use your abilities to solve a complex problem. You can get many people to help you as long as you keep them inspired and ensure that the aim of your project has some benefit to them as well. Your ability to delegate is strong, and this is an indication of a new level of maturity – you can trust other people instead of trying to do everything yourself. This is a high-water mark in your development on the path to success.

Key words: Energetic, experience, optimistic, confident, strong, friendly, funny, charming, way with words, fearless, freethinking, motivated, action-orientated, proud, passionate, honest, loyal, lenient, dependable, protective,  natural born leader, self-centered, controlling, hot tempered, taking control, daring to be different.



Card 3: The Nine of Swords




The Nine of Swords is another of the fear and anxiety cards in the Suit of Swords. Similar to the other fear cards, this card is not an indication of negative events actually happening, just that your fear and anxiety levels are so high they are making you feel that things are worse than they are. 

In short, you may be making mountains out of molehills. It represents stress, burdens, negative thinking and deep unhappiness. You will be feeling overwhelmed and unable to cope with or face situations, problems or just life in general and may have reached your breaking point. 

It is a Minor Arcana card of mental anguish, remorse, guilt, regret, joylessness and despair and you may wish you could go back in time and re-write the past when it appears. It can also signify feeling isolated and being the subject of gossip and it can represent nightmares and insomnia. This may refer to someone going through menopause, or hormonal changes, of some kind.

Reach out to those you love, and seek professional assistance, if necessary. Be your own best friend, right now. It's time to heal, and you are not alone.

Key words: Fear, anxiety, terror, negativity, deep unhappiness, stress, burden, overwhelmed, at breaking point, inability to cope or face life, mental anguish, guilt, regret, remorse, focusing on past, subject of gossip, isolation, making mountains out of molehills, joylessness, despair, nightmares, insomnia, hormonal, menopause, migraines.


Card 4: The 7 of Cups






The Seven of Cups Tarot card represents having lots of options to choose from or multiple possibilities open to you. It can be an indication that you have so many choices or so many things going on at once that you may be overwhelmed or unable to focus properly. You need to limit the amount of things you are taking on to a manageable amount. There is no point in agreeing to do things if you can’t give them the time and attention they deserve. Try to be realistic about what you can commit to. 

The Seven of Cups can also signify that you may be indulging in wishful thinking, fantasies, or living in a dream world. When this Minor Arcana card appears in a Tarot reading, it indicates that you need to make a decision in your life, and realistically look at where you are. Take proactive steps to make your situation better, rather than fantasizing about how you want it to be. Your imagination is a great tool to help you envision your future but it will never happen, unless you take action to make it so.

In the present position, this card indicates that you are being sidetracked by desire, instead of staying the course in a healthy relationship, or steady project.What looks fun and tempting, is almost never as enjoyable, and yet the cost is often higher in personal suffering than we ever imagined. Choose wisely. Choose YOUR best interests for the future.

Key words: Lots of options, choices, multiple possibilities, opportunities, picking and choosing, decisions, procrastination, dreaming, fantasy, illusion, wishful thinking, imagination, hallucinations, meditation.



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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 select your card. For those who have, let's get to it!

This week's featured deck is the Tarot of the Hidden Realm by Barbara Moore and Julia Jeffrey.

"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 8 of Cups




The Eight of Cups represents abandonment. It can signify walking away from people or situations in your life, or abandoning your plans. It can indicate disappointment, escapism, and leaving a bad situation. The Eight of Cups can also represent the exhaustion, or weariness, that can prompt such a decision. Strength and courage are necessary to walk away from what you know into an unknown future; and these qualities are also represented in the Eight of Cups. 

It is a Minor Arcana card representing travel so you could find yourself embarking on an adventure when this card appears in your Tarot reading. The Eight of Cups can signify loneliness, introspection, self-analysis and looking for the truth.  

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. 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.

Key words: Abandonment, abandoning plans, walking away, letting go, travelling, escapism, reaching limit, self-analysis, self-discovery, introspection, looking deeper, withdrawal, disappointment, looking for the truth, loneliness, leaving a bad situation, emotional strength, courage, fatigue, weariness.



Card 2: The Page of Wands




The Page of Wands is a card that visits any tarot reading with the beneficial fortune of youthful creativity. But how you use this serendipity 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.

The Page of Wands represents welcome news that should be coming to you, shortly. This may take the form of letters, phone calls, or word of mouth. This Minor Arcana card also signifies having bright ideas about what you can do, being inspired or creative, making new exciting plans, thinking big, and finding something you are passionate about. 

It can also indicate that you may have a tendency to rush into new things without thinking them through fully, when it appears in your Tarot spread. You may be releasing your inner child, and find yourself feeling very playful, when it appears. 

As a person, the Page of Wands represents a young person, child ,or person who is young at heart; who is fresh, cheerful, playful, active, optimistic, and full of energy. This person will have lots of bright ideas and new exciting plans. They may be a fire sign such as Aries, Leo, or Sagittarius. They may be a bit of a charmer, or a lovable rogue. They are charismatic, free-thinking, confident, intelligent, extroverted, and fearless; but may have a tendency to rush to action without considering the consequences.

Key words: Welcome news, swift news, letters, phone calls, word of mouth, fresh, cheerful, childlike, fun playful, active, optimistic, full of energy, bright ideas, new exciting plans, creativity, lovable rogue, charismatic, free-thinking, confident, intelligent, extroverted, fearless, rushing into things, finding your passion.


Card 3: 10 of Pentacles





The Ten of Pentacles represents solid foundations, security, and happiness, in all areas of your life. Like all Pentacle cards, it is usually connected to financial or material issues; so you can expect especially good things in those areas of your life, when it appears. 

It also  represents family responsibilities, family values, and support. You could find yourself tracing your ancestry, or discovering your family tree, when it appears. You may be feeling very close to your family at this time, as the Ten of Pentacles can signify domestic harmony. Or, you may be looking forward to a family event, celebration, or gathering. This Minor Arcana card can represent being conventional, and embracing old school traditions. Life should be stable and settled, when it appears in your Tarot reading. 

Alternately, abundance in money may be leaving you wondering just who your friends are. Your values may be becoming quite conservative. Are you settling down or hiding out? Are you becoming stingier as you acquire more and more money? Are you so bored by an easy life that you are not challenging yourself to be all that you can be? As inoffensive as the Ten of Pentacles is, its appearance in the present position in a Tarot card reading might be more of an indicator of you being a couch potato, instead of developing yourself into a more dynamic, happy person. The Tarot will remind you that playing it safe is often detrimental to your overall well-being.


Key words: Unexpected financial windfall, lump sum, will, deeds, trust funds, inheritance, solid foundations, privilege, inherited issues, ancestry, family home/ business/ responsibilities/ values/ support/ issues/ riches, old money, affluence, business empire, domestic bliss, contracts, pensions, long term financial security/ stability, being conventional/traditional, settling down, pre-nuptials, marriage, marrying into money.


Card 4: The 3 of Cups




Are you excited about your friendships? Is a group welcoming you with open arms? Are there new life lessons that are bringing you great insight that involve collaboration? Are you getting ahead with the help of some acquaintances who are "in the know"? A Tarot reading that features the Three of Cups is a reading that is reflecting your joy in finding the right group of friends in life.

If the Three of Cups appears in the present position in your Tarot reading, you are running with a beneficial crowd, and any stress in your life is likely to dissipate when you spend time with your close friends. A new club, or other social organization, could be dominating your life, and making you feel like you finally have a place to belong. 

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 can look forward to a happy event in your life. It signifies groups of people coming together with open hearts and minds, to celebrate important events. It is a very positive card that indicates happy times, uplifting and promising energy, and good feelings.  

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




Welcome to the Big Reveal! Here, we discover how well we did in our intuition exercise. If you haven't done so, please go to the Wildly, Witch Facebook Page and make your selection. For those who have, let's get to it!

This week's deck is The Steampunk Tarot by Barbara Moore and Aly Fell.


"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 1: The Page of Cups






The Page of Cups is a bringer of messages. This can be in the form of happy news, important information, invitations to social events, gossip or the potential for romantic proposals. It can also represent your inner child so don’t take things too seriously when this card appears. It may be a sign that you need to connect to your inner child by embracing the fun and frivolous side of life. It can also represent beauty, fashion, glamour, or style, so you may be trying out a new personal style, or having fun with fashion when this Minor Arcana card appears in your Tarot spread. 

The Page of Cups can also signify that you are beginning to gain a level of emotional maturity that allows you to be kind, compassionate, helpful, affectionate, and loyal.  

If representing a person, the Page of Cups signifies a young person, child or person who is young at heart, who is a bit of a daydreamer, intuitive, naïve, sensitive and idealistic. They may be a water sign such as Cancer, Scorpio or Pisces

Key words: Child, inner-child, youthfulness, idealism, sensitivity, dreamer, inner-voice, spirituality, psychic, messages, happy news, naivety, crush, admirer, becoming emotionally mature, romantic proposals, engagements, pregnancies, marriages, births, romance, artistic, kindness, loyalty, beauty, fashion, style   



Card 2: The Moon





The Moon Tarot card in an upright position is  telling you  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 mean that dormant insecurities or repressed issues are 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 3: 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.

A Six of Wands landing in the present position of your Tarot reading indicates that complete victory is at hand. If you are seeking the Tarot reading to see if a court case or other struggle is about to be over, this is an affirmative answer delivered on horseback. If you are looking for answers as to why you are struggling with a relationship or other personal setbacks, be they career, emotional or financial, the Six of Wands demands that you consider how your pride and vanity may be getting in the way of simple solutions.

Key words: Success, victory, winning, having the advantage, triumph, achievement, praise, acclaim, awards, recognition, applause, goodwill, fame, celebrity, fans, well-wishers, supporters, crowds, being in the spotlight, riding high, being a leader, stability, strength, confidence, self-esteem, pride, sharing your victories, campaign trail.


Card 4: The Ten of Wands





The Ten of Wands represents a situation that started off as a good idea but has now become a burden. It signifies problems, responsibilities, being overburdened, overloaded and stressed. It indicates that you have a huge weight on your shoulders and you feeling obligated, saddled and restricted.  

This Minor Arcana card can signify being taken for granted, struggle, major challenges, drudgery and duty. It suggests that you have taken on too much and may be heading for burn out. This card does, however, also indicate that the end is in sight; and if you keep going, you will be successful. 

It can also signify delays, losing your way, losing your focus and having an uphill struggle.  It can indicate that the fun or spontaneity has gone out of your life.

In the present position, the Ten of Wands lets you know that you are in over your head. You may have a brilliant idea, and feel like you could be successful, but there is a lot that you do not know about your field of choice; and ignorance of the everyday realities will hinder your development. Wands represent creativity and often appear in the Tarot readings of people who are starting their own business. Proceed with caution, and get expert help.

Key words: Overburdened, overloaded, responsibilities, stress, problems, weight on shoulders, duty, drudgery, obligation, saddled, restricted, burn-out, uphill struggle, taken for granted, taking on too much, delays, struggle, resistance,  lost your way, lost focus, major challenges, lack of fun/ spontaneity, keep going, end in sight


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