Tarot Tuesday's Big Reveal for November 20, 2018 #TarotTuesday #BigReveal

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.

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