Tarot Tuesday's Big Reveal for September 17, 2019 #TarotTuesday #BigReveal

/ Tuesday, September 17, 2019

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 do this!

Our Tarot decks this week are The Zillich Tarot and The Vanessa Tarot  (please note: I have no affiliation with the creators or producers of any of these tarot decks. I make no money from promoting them.)


Card 1: The Star



The Star indicates hope, inspiration, and contentment. With this Major Arcana card, you will find yourself feeling a sense of freedom and motivation. You may also get a sense of being in tune with the universe (god/goddess, nature) as The Star is a card of spiritual connection. 

The Star is a welcome omen, as it indicates a period of calm stability following 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. You can trust the feeling that everything is going to be OK. The Star can also indicate creativity and artistic flair, so now would be a great time to take up an artistic hobby. The Star is associated with the sign of Aquarius.




Card 2: The Three of Wands




The Three of Wands is a welcome card in any spread. It represents progress, and foresight. When the Three of Wands appears in a reading, it reflects that you have invested a lot of optimism into some venture or relationship. 

The Three of Wands also 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, additionally,  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.


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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 do this!

Our Tarot decks this week are The Zillich Tarot and The Vanessa Tarot  (please note: I have no affiliation with the creators or producers of any of these tarot decks. I make no money from promoting them.)


Card 1: The Star



The Star indicates hope, inspiration, and contentment. With this Major Arcana card, you will find yourself feeling a sense of freedom and motivation. You may also get a sense of being in tune with the universe (god/goddess, nature) as The Star is a card of spiritual connection. 

The Star is a welcome omen, as it indicates a period of calm stability following 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. You can trust the feeling that everything is going to be OK. The Star can also indicate creativity and artistic flair, so now would be a great time to take up an artistic hobby. The Star is associated with the sign of Aquarius.




Card 2: The Three of Wands




The Three of Wands is a welcome card in any spread. It represents progress, and foresight. When the Three of Wands appears in a reading, it reflects that you have invested a lot of optimism into some venture or relationship. 

The Three of Wands also 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, additionally,  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.


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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 do this!

Our decks of the day are The Druidcraft Tarot and The Steampunk Tarot  

Note: I do not have any affiliation with any companies producing tarot or with their affiliates.  I make no money from any of this, whatsoever.





Card 1: The Tower





"Hold onto your butts!" ~Ray Arnold, Jurassic Park

The Tower is the card of chaos, dramatic change, and absolute destruction. This major arcana card portends or reveals huge shifts in a person's life, whether it's home, career, finances, or even weather disasters. But, the news isn't all terrifying, either.

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 effects 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. 

This card can also predict weather disasters, such as hurricanes, tornadoes, volcanic eruptions, and earthquakes. The same juxtapositioning applies: the hurricane may destroy your home, but you and your family are safe. 

Regardless, drastic changes are either happening or about to happen, and you need to brace yourself, and then embrace the new.






Card 2: Strength






“When a defining moment comes along, you can do one of two things. Define the moment, or let the moment define you.” –Roy McAvoy, Tin Cup


Strength is one of the most welcomed tarot cards in a deck. In the present position, you've either had an epiphany about, or 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.

Interesting note: A great card to see in a reading with Strength, is The Tower. This is a card associated with uncontrollable chaos. To have it appear here would mean that your ability to master things around you even extends to the luck of the draw. If you have been feeling like taking a little gamble, be it in love or Las Vegas, this intense Tarot combination is a green light on your road to taking bigger risks when the payouts are even bigger!

So, if you look at Card 1, this could be your lucky day/week/year! Take a chance! 



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Time for our Big Reveal! For those of you who haven't selected your card, please go to the Wildly, Witch Facebook page and do so, now. For those who have, let's get to it! Note: to ensure gender neutrality, I will use "they" and "them" in place of "him" and/or "her."

Our decks today are the Mary-El Tarot and the Steele Wizard Tarot. If you'd like to purchase either, click on the names (links are provided).


Card 1: 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.

​Key words and phrases: 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 2: The Three of Swords




The Three of Swords may describe any conflict between  a person and their loved ones. This is the place where someone's feelings are deeply hurt. Most deeply, it is about the conflict between love partners. 

Here, we have the injured and the injurer. Often, the "culprit" one is not aware of how their words, actions, and behavior affected the other, who is facing the bitter truth that their beloved partner is  insensitive toward them. 

The hurt one has a feeling that their partner doesn't have respect nor sympathy for them, and their feelings. It opens the relationship up to doubt and mistrust.

At this point, a destructive spiral of anguish and insecurity can ensue. If not corrected, it can lead to separation and break-ups.

While it generally has to do with heartbreak of the romantic sort, it can be any kind of relationship in which someone emotionally injures another- anything from friendship to work relationships can be affected by this card. 

The takeaway, is that no matter what the relationship, something or someone needs healing, and it can only come from communication and the rebuilding of trust.

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


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It's time for our Big Reveal, Wildlings! The Tarot decks used today are 1: The Morgan-Greer Tarot by Bill F. Greer, and 2: The Everyday Witch Tarot by Deborah Blake and Elisabeth Alba



Card 1: The Knight of Swords




The Knight of Swords is a change card, and big change is coming! This is one you have been awaiting for quite some time, so be ready to roll. 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 (swords represent air). It signifies being dashing, daring, brave, courageous, or rebellious. It also represents being talkative, ambitious, forward thinking, and singularly focused. 

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 risk-taker.Champions, heroes and warriors charging into battle are signified by this card and as such, it can represent a soldier or someone in the military.  

Card 2: The Knight of Wands





The Knight of Wands indicates that things are going better than you expected, and any ventures you have taken on are likely to be more successful than you hoped.  You should be full of energy, enthusiasm, and confidence. This is a time for you to be fearless, take action, and put those ideas/plans into motion!

This Minor Arcana card signifies getting things done, and finishing what you start. However, this card tells you not to be hasty, don’t rush in without thinking things through, expecting things to just work out. Take a minute, have a plan, and you'll be glad you did.

It is also a card of free-spirited adventure, travel, and moving across or to another country. 


So, how did you do? Are you getting more adept at identifying key features of the card before you see the reveal? Remember, practice does make perfect. Thank you to all of you who are brave enough to post your predictions ahead of time on the Facebook page. It doesn't matter if you were wrong. It matters that you tried. The more you try, the better your intuition will be next time. Let me know how I can best support you!

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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