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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. Tarot and Self Confidence
Being self confident is all about having faith in the ability to make clear minded and wise decisions concerning one's goals and life ambitions. We have a lot more control over our lives than we sometimes believe we do.
2. Twelve Month Yule Reading
Every year at the Winter Solstice I like to do a reading for the year ahead. As I turn over each card I meditate of what the symbolism means to me. It's kind of a heads up for what the future has in store for me.
3. Thanksgiving Meditations
This is the time of year when family is drawn together, old arguments are resolved. Even in the midst of cooking, cleaning, and family chaos, we should still find the time to meditate on our many blessings.
4. The Symbolism of The Fool
Symbolism is the most important factor when it comes to reading Tarot. Symbols can mean different things to different readers. Here is my interpretation of the symbolism inherent in The Fool Tarot card using the Rider-Waite deck.
5. New Administration Reading
In light of the recent election, I opted to do a Tarot reading on the new administration. This is a snapshot view of what the next year may hold in store for the American people.
6. Halloween Tarot Spread
Halloween or Samhain (pronounced Sow-een) is traditionally known as the Day of the Dead. The ancient Celts saw Samhain as the beginning of the new year. It is the time of year, as the seasons change, that we start to prepare for the long winter ahead.
7. 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.
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 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.
10. Reading with Playing Cards
Playing cards aren't really that different than Tarot cards. The main thing that is missing is the Major Arcana. But, in order to read playing cards, you really have to memorize the meanings of each card.
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