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Here are the top ten articles for the Tarot Site! These rankings are live and get reset at the beginning of each month, so check back often to see what your fellow visitors are most interested in!
1. The Force within The Chariot
The Chariot has always represented a journey to a much yearned for destination. It isn't easy to navigate through life without being pulled off the route by all the good and not so good distractions.
2. The Fool Card in Tarot
As the Fool begins his journey, let's take a look at who he is and what he represents to you.
3. The Tower and Kali Ma
The Tower card in Tarot represents a total shake up in your life. It is as if everything around you is crumbling and falling. Kali Ma is a Hindu Goddess whose archetype represents chaos and destruction. The two actually have a lot in common.
4. The Power of The Aces
The Aces are the most powerful cards within the Minor Arcana. The potential of new and positive change is held within each of these four cards.
5. The Quest Tarot Deck : A Review
In my mind, the Quest Tarot represents the epitome of the New Millennium, the 21st century as far as Tarot decks and books go.
6. The Star of Hope
The Star is one of my favorite Tarot cards. It speaks to us of hope in the face of adversity. There may be times when you are struggling through a tough situation or the darkness of your own mind. It is always a blessing to see that slight glimmer of hope shining through the dark tunnel of despair.
7. Sacred Days of Yule Tarot Spread
This new interactive section of the Tarot Primer features tutorials on various Tarot Card Spreads, from basic to advanced, including custom configurations. This month, an advanced festive custom spread is introduced - the Sacred Days of Yule Spread.
8. The Witches Tarot Review
Here is a new and exciting Tarot deck for the Pagan Tarot enthusiasts among us! It was love at first sight the minute I picked it up and shuffled through it. I knew it was a have to have deck for me. I highly recommend it for both Pagan and non Pagan readers alike.
9. The Lovers Tarot Card
The Fool has learned what it is like to be male and to be female. But, now he must learn to reconcile these two dualities within himself.
10. Tarot and Empathy
Empathy is definitely a necessity when it comes to reading Tarot. In order to understand what a client is experiencing in his or her life, the reader must be able to fully listen without judgement or bias.
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