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The first in order and appearance are the four Aces, representing the force of the Spirit acting in, and binding together the four scales of each element and answering to the Dominion of the Letters of the Name in the Kether of each. A white radiating Angelic Hand issuing from Clouds and grasping a heavy Club which has three branches in the colours and with the Sigils of the Scales.
A Radiant white Angelic Hand issuing from clouds and supporting on its palm a Cup, resembling that of the Stolistes.
A white radiating Angelic Hand, issuing from clouds, and grasping the hilt of a Sword, which supports a white radiant celestial Crown from which depend, on the right, the olive branch of Peace, and on the left, the Palm branch of suffering. It symbolises invoked as contrasted with natural Force; for it is the Invocation of the Sword. A white radiant Angelic Hand, holding a branch of a Rose Tree, whereon is a large Pentacle, formed of five concentric circles. It is surmounted by a small circle, above which is a large Maltese Cross, and with two white wings; four roses and two buds are shewn. Therefore is the knowledge of the scale of the King so necessary for the commencement of all magical working.
Are seated upon Thrones, representing the Forces of Heh of the Name in each suit, the Mother, and bringer forth of material Force, a Force which develops, and realises the Force of the King. These Knights (sometimes called Princes) are figures seated in chariots, and thus borne forward.
The Princesses rule over the Four Parts of the Celestial Heavens which lie around the North Pole, and above the respective Kerubic Signs of the Zodiac, and they form the Thrones of the Powers of the Four Aces. A crowned Queen with long red-golden hair, seated upon a Throne, with steady Flames beneath. Brilliance, courage, beauty, force, sudden in anger or love, desire of power, enthusiasms, revenge.
A beautiful youthful winged Warrior, with flying hair, riding upon a white horse, which latter is not winged.
A very beautiful fair woman like a crowned Queen, seated upon a Throne, beneath which is flowing water, wherein Lotuses are seen.
A winged Warrior with crowned and winged Helmet, mounted upon a brown steed, his general equipment is as that of the King of Wands, but he wears as a crest a winged six-pointed star, similar to those represented on the heads of Castor and Pollux, the Dioscuri, the Twins Gemini (a part of which constellation is included in his rule). He is active, clever, subtle, fierce, delicate, courageous, skillful, bit inclined to domineer. Intensely perceptive, keen observation, subtle, quick, confident, often perseveringly accurate in superficial things, graceful, fond of dancing and balancing. A Winged Knight with a winged Crown, seated in a chariot drawn by Arch Fays, archons, or Arch Fairies, represented as winged youths very slightly draped, with butterfly wings, heads encircled with a fillet with Pentagrams thereon, and holding wands surmounted by Pentagram shaped stars. Full of ideas and thoughts and designs, distrustful, suspicious, firm in friendship and enmity, careful, slow, over-cautious. An Amazon figure with waving hair, slighter than the Rose of the Palace of Fire, Knave of Wands. A woman of beautiful face with dark hair, seated upon a throne, beneath which is dark sandy earth.
She is impetuous, kind, timid, rather charming, greathearted, intelligent, melancholy, truthful, yet of many moods. Increase of matter, increase of good and evil, solidifies, practically applies things, steady, reliable.
Here follow the descriptions of the smaller cards of the 4 Suits, thirty-six in number, answering unto the 36 Decans of the Zodiac. Commencing from the sign Aries, the Central Decans of each sign follow the order of the Days of the Week.
There being 36 Decanates and only seven Planets, it follows that one of the latter must rule over one more decanate than the others. The beginning of the decanates is from the Royal King Star of the Heart of the Lion, the great star Cor Leonis, and therefore is the first decanate that of Saturn in Leo. Here follow the general meanings of the small cards of the Suits, as classified under the Nine Sephiroth below Kether.
The Four Twos symbolise the Powers of the King and Queen; first uniting and initiating the Force, but before the Knight and Knave are thoroughly brought into action. The Four Threes, generally, represent the realisation of action owing to the Prince being produced.
Two white radiant angelic hands issuing from clouds right and left of the centre of the card. Violent strife and contest, boldness, rashness, cruelty, violence, lust and desire, prodigality and generosity, depending on well or ill dignified.
Victory after strife, success through energy and industry, love, pleasure gained by labour, carefulness, sociability and avoiding of strife, yet victory therein.
Two hands holding by grip, as before, 6 Wands, three crossed by three, a third hand issuing from a cloud at the lower part of the card holding an upright wand, which passes between the others. Possible victory, depending upon the energy and courage exercised; valour, opposition,obstacles, difficulties, yet courage to meet them, quarrelling, ignorance, pretence, wrangling and threatening, also victory in small and unimportant things, and influence over subordinates.
A white radiating Angelic hand issuing from a cloud and grasping a branch of a Rose tree, with four white roses thereon which touch only the four lowermost pentacles.
A white radiating angelic hand as before holding a Rose branch with nine white roses, each of which touches a Pentacle. Complete realisation of material gain, inheritance, covetousness, treasuring of goods and sometimes theft, and knavery. An Angelic hand holding a branch by the lower extremity, whose roses touch all the pentacles. Completion of material gain and fortune, but nothing beyond, as it were, at the very pinnacle of success. Three white radiating angelic hands issuing from clouds and holding three swords upright (as if the central sword had struck apart from the two others which were crossed in the preceding symbol.) The central sword cuts asunder the Rose of Five Petals (which in the preceding symbol grew at the junction of the swords).
Two white angelic radiating hands, each holding two swords, which four cross in the centre. A white radiating angelic hand as before holding Lotuses or water lilies of which the flowers are falling right and left. Death or end of pleasures: disappointment, sorrow and loss in those things from which pleasure is expected. An angelic hand as before, holds a group of stems of Lotuses or water lilies from which six flowers bend, one over each cup. Four white Angelic Hands radiating (two proceeding from each side) from clouds, clasped in two pairs in the centre with the grip of First Order.
Four Hands as in the previous symbol holding eight wands crossed four and four, but a fifth hand at the foot of the card holds another wand upright, which traverses the point of junction with the others.
A white rayed angelic hand as before, holding a branch of a Rose-tree, of which two white rose-buds touch and surmount the topmost pentacle. A hand holding a branch of a Rose-tree, but without flowers or buds, save that in the centre is one fully blown white rose. Two rayed hands each holding two swords nearly upright, but falling apart from each other, right and left of card.
Partial success, yielding when victory is within grasp, as if the last reserves of strength were used up. Hand from cloud holding Lotuses or water lilies, one flower of which overhangs each cup, and from which water pours. Hand holding bunch of Lotuses or water-lilies whose flowers pour a pure white water into all the cups, which all run over. Two hands as before, issuing from clouds each side of card, and clasped in centre with First Order grip, holding four wands crossed.
Hand holding a branch of White Rose Tree, from which roses are falling, leaving no buds behind. Success and gain in material undertakings, power, influence, rank, nobility, rule over the people.
Four hands as usual, each holding two swords, points upwards, touching near top of card, two hands lower on left, two on right of card. Too much force applied to small things, too much attention to detail, at expense of principle and more important points.
Patience in detail of study, great ease in some things, counter-balanced by equal disorder in others. Four hands (somewhat as in preceding symbol) hold eight swords upright but with the points falling away from each other.
Four hands (as in previous symbol) hold eight swords with points falling away from each other.
Hands as before holds group of Lotuses or Water-lilies, from which two flowers rise on either side of, and overhanging the top cup, pouring into it the white water. Here finishes the description of the 36 smaller cards, referring to the 3O Dccanates of the Zodiac. Update on this spread – trying it out on a couple of willing guinea-pigs, it has continued to be very powerful. This is a big spread – both in terms of numbers of cards and its subject-matter, which is a pretty comprehensive life path spread.
Learner readers set great store by different spreads, but in fact the more you read, the more you’ll find that one or two spreads will do. As a professional reader, I mainly use two spreads – the Celtic spread (both full and truncated), and a three card spread, the positions of which are identified beforehand (usually covering relationship, career, family or health).
I use the Celtic spread for invaluable background information on the main issue or issues the client brings to the reading. The first thing you need to decide is which spread you want: they range from the Celtic spread to a three-card spread, or even a single card. Most of the remaining options are fairly obvious: you can choose to enter your name or remain anonymous.
At the moment there are no facilities for printing or storage, so if you wish to make a note of the cards, you can highlight the whole reading and copy and paste it into a Word document.
Today, for example, I drew three cards for the presenting issue of the week, and got Queen of Swords and the High Priestess, both reversed. The Celtic Cross is an old and trusted spread which gives a good background to a second spread. This spread can be followed by the Three by Three spread – which I use to offer the client a choice between specific questions, or different aspects of his or her life. With the Three by Three Spread, people often will place three cards down and read them as Past, Present, Future. The second row will be ‘Anything you need to do right now about your relationship, or your work’ etc.
The third row can be ‘Helpful influences’, or ‘what you should not do now’, or anything relevant to the client – use your discretion but make the intention clear before you draw the cards. Extra rows can of course be added in if you think of other aspects of the question… In the diagram (above) I’ve given two alternative rows 7,8,9, but nothing is fixed in this spread, just go for it.


A friend and I have been running workshops together for a few years – she is a shamanic practitioner and teacher who facilitates workshops on storytelling, journeying, and the Tarot. We have now taken this idea one stage further, in recent workshops on The Major Arcana (in Harrow, London). We also held a day’s workshop on the Minor Arcana, and will be running more of both in the New Year. How predictions are done by classical astrology and the complete horoscope, with many examples. This book shows you what your horoscope says about your health, according to the old tradition of medical astrology.
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The Tarot card deck consists of two parts - the Major Arcana (also called Trumps) with 22 cards, and the Minor Arcana with the remaining 56 cards in four suits.
Each Major Arcana card of the Tarot can be described as an archetype, a symbolic figure or situation of great significance and meaning in human thought and culture. Some of the Tarot Major Arcana cards are easily recognizable and their meanings are intuitively clear to just about anyone familiar with Western culture and tradition. Other Major Arcana cards of the Tarot may be slightly less familiar to modern minds, such as the Chariot, the Wheel of Fortune, and the Hanged Man. In Tarot divination you should pay particular attention to Major Arcana cards appearing in your spread.
The Tarot's Major Arcana cards don't bother with everyday events and people you meet daily. Great resources at your disposal, but constrain yourself since it's possible to have too much. A friend whose cards I read recently was querying why her reading hadn’t warned her about the problems with her relationship, which appeared a few weeks after her reading.
After thinking about this, I wondered if perhaps we should have asked a few more searching questions – one of them being the likely outcome of the next few months. If there is one card in the deck that represented the ultimate act of faith, it would be the Hanged Man. When The Hanged Man appears upright in your Tarot spread, it may be likely that you need to take a moment to pause. On a more positive note, The Hanged Man reversed can indicate new movement that can transform in your life. For more information about The Hanged Man tarot card meanings in relationship readings, visit our Love Tarot section. This entry was posted on Wednesday, April 28th, 2010 at 10:30 am and is filed under Major Arcana Cards, Tarot Card Meanings. They represent the Radical or Root-Force and are said to be placed on the North Pole of the Universe, wherein they revolve, governing its revolution, and ruling as the connecting link between Yetzirah and Assiah. The right and left hand branches end respectively in three Flames and the centre one in four Flames, thus yielding Ten the number of the Sephiroth. From it rises a fountain of clear and glistening Water; and spray falling on all sides into clear calm water below, in which grow Lotus and water lilies. They represent the Vau forces of the Name in each suit; the Mighty son of the King and the Queen, who realises the influence of both scales of Force. The Four Princesses or Figures of Amazons standing firmly by themselves, neither riding upon Horses, nor seated upon Thrones, nor borne on Chariots. Her right hand rests on a small golden or brazen Altar, ornamented with Ram’s heads, and with Flames of Fire leaping from it.
His general equipment is similar to that of the King of Wands, but upon his helmet, cuirass and buskins is a peacock with opened wings.
Her general dress is similar to that of the Queen of Wands, but upon her Crown, Cuirass and Buskins is seen an Ibis with opened wings, and beside her is the same Bird, whereon her hand rests. One side of her face is dark, the other light, and her symbolism is best represented in profile. This is the Planet Mars which is allotted the last decan of Pisces and first of Aries, because the long cold of the winter requires a great energy to overcome it and initiate spring. Generally shows a force, transcending the material plane, and is like unto a crown which is indeed powerful but requireth one capable of wearing it. Old age, slothfulness, great wealth, yet sometimes loss in part, and later heaviness, dullness of mind, yet clever and prosperous in money transactions.
From these flowers a white glistening water flows into the cup as from a fountain, but they are not yet full. Also affront, detection, knowledge, and in some instances, contention and strife, arising from unwarranted self-assertion and vanity. A fifth hand at foot of card holding two wands upright which traverse thejunction of the others. Sometimes shows failure in a matter, and the opposition too strong to be controlled arising from the person’s too great selfishness at the beginning.
Alternation of gain and loss, weakness and strength, ever varying occupation, wandering, discontented with any fixed condition of things; now elated, now melancholy, industrious yet unreliable, fortunate through prudence of management, yet sometimes unaccountably foolish. There are only two flowers shown which bend over the two center cups pouring into them a white water. Self-praise, vanity, conceit, much talking of self, yet kind and lovable, and may be self-denying therewith. Boldness, courage, fierceness, shamelessness, revenge, resolution, generous, proud, sensitive, ambitious, refined, restless, turbulent, sagacious withal, yet unforgiving and obstinate, according to dignity. No rose at all is shown (as if it were not merely cut in pieces but completely and definitely destroyed). Two hands hold two swords crossed in the centre (as if theirjunction had disunited the others). A Lotus flower rises above water, which occupies the lowest part of card, and rises above the hand holding the Lotus.
Harmony, pleasure, mirth, subtlety, sometimes folly, dissipation, waste, and silly action, according to dignity. A hand grasps a bunch of lotuses from which ascends a stem bearing one flower at the top of the card, from which water issues into two top cups. In all of this I have not only transcribed the symbolism, but have tested, studied, compared, and examined it both clairvoyantly and in other ways. You can also create your own spreads – as long as you identify the positions clearly (and remember them), the cards will fit those positions. If you choose the three card spread, identify what you want each card to stand for (Past, Present, Future; or Advantages, Disadvantages, Outcome, would be useful categories.
You can choose to read with Major Arcana only, which is probably not a good idea for a large spread. In a few weeks’ time we hope to give you the facility for both storage and print, so watch this space.
Bear in mind the Devas are higher level energies and although they often give very grounded and specific advice, asking them about financial matters or whether your relationship will work, is probably not the best use of their power.
Most readers today see the tarot as a tool to look at general trends and underlying issues in our lives, the options facing us, and suggested actions. Ostensibly based on the Sola Busca tarot, which contains the earliest illustrated minors (and utilised by Pamela Coleman Smith in the Rider-Waite tarot), this is an interesting pack but not strictly a tarot deck as it only has 50 cards.
It was a clear warning not to start messing with someone else’s life (a temptation over the weekend!), as it would be a) unwise and b) a deviation of my own integrity as the High Priestess. Positions such as ‘yourself at present’, past influences’, ‘hopes and fears’ all help to focus your own judgement.
Don’t worry if you don’t wish to try formulating your own intuitive spreads, but prefer to work with tried and tested layouts. I’m a professional tarot reader and visionary artist, and use my own decks in readings (The Intuitive Tarot and the Devas of Creation). In addition to fiction, I've written books about the Tarot, astrology and other metaphysical traditions.
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The 22 Major Arcana cards don't belong to any of the four suits of the Tarot: Wands, Pentacles, Cups, and Swords.
The Major Arcana figures are larger than life, representing different basic aspects of what it is to be human and to live in this world. The Devil, the Lovers, the Hermit, the Emperor, and so on - these are Major Arcana characters we can relate to because they are well-established symbols in our culture, and have been so for thousands of years. But you only have to glance at the descriptions of those Major Arcana cards to recognize what they represent and relate to it. Not only does each Major Arcana card carry its archetypical meaning, but it also points out the gravity of it. They appear when something extraordinary happens, something that you'd remember to put in your autobiography.
Querying what she needed to do with the relationship, and getting the answer that it seemed really good, must indicate a limitation in my reading (relationship readings are not my speciality), but we were perhaps playing it safe by avoiding a card for the likely outcome. At the end of his reading he despairingly asked me why, as humans, we behave the way we do. At the same time, we can not yield to our darker shadow selves, the impulsive drives of our unconscious. This is the individual who thinks only of himself and cannot see the value and beauty of the connectedness we all share.
You may have to re-examine your priorities and establish if they conform to the spiritual principals you choose to live by. Perhaps you are sacrificing too much of yourself in order to keep the people closest to you happy. In money readings, the Hanged Man reversed advises you that a financial investment could turn out to be disadvantageous. Also, you can learn more about the Hanged Man and the sign of Scorpio in the Tarot Astrology section.
It representeth materiality in all senses, good and evil, and is therefore in a sense illusionary.
A Force in which all the others are implied and of which they form the development and completion.
They represent the forces of Heh final of the Name in each suit, completing the influences of the other scales. The Rider wears a winged Helmet (like an old Scandinavian and Gaulish Helmet) with a royal Crown.
Her left hand leans on a long and heavy club, swelling at the lower end, where the sigil is placed. He rules the heavens from above 20° of Aquarius to 20° Pisces including the greater part of Pegasus.


Powerful for good or evil, but more attracted by the evil, if allied with apparent Power or Wisdom. General equipment is that of the Knight of Wands, but he bears as a crest, a winged Angelic Head, with a Pentagram on the Brow. If ill-dignified he is avaricious, grasping, dull, jealous, not very courageous, unless assisted by other symbols. Above and below are two short wands with flames issuing from a cloud at the lower part of the card, surmounted respectively by the symbols of Jupiter and Leo, representing the Decanate. Actions sometimes selfish and sometimes unselfish.) Herein rule the great Angels Yezalel and Mebahel. Above and below the central Sword are the symbols of Saturn and Libra, referring to the Decanate. Above and below, on the points of two small daggers are the symbols of Jupiter and Libra representing the Decan. With the exception of the central lower cup, each is overhung by a lotus flower, but no water falls from them into cups which are quite empty.
Ill-will, levity, lying, malice, slander, envy, obstinacy, swiftness in evil, if ill-dignified. Assured material gain, success, rank, dominion, earthly power completed, but leading to nothing beyond. Mercury and Aquarius above and below, supported on the points of two short daggers or swords.
Love of abundance, fascinated by display, given to compliment, affronts and insolences, and to detect and spy on another.
Toil, labour, land cultivation, building, knowledge and acuteness of earthly things, poverty, carefulness.
From this Lotus flower a stem rises, terminating nearly at the top of the card in another Lotus or water-lily flower, from which a white water gushes like a fountain.
All the cups overflow, the topmost into the two others, and these upon the lower part of the card. From the centre two leaves pass right and left, making as it were a cross between the four cups. The result of these has been to show me how absolutely correct the symbolism of the Book T is, and how exactly it represents the occult Forces of the Universe. One of the best (at least in my view!) was produced by a friend of mine and offers different spreads from a selection of tarot and oracle decks. Although the tarot certainly does give glimpses into the future, we are the arbiters of our own destiny. This deck was obviously a labour of love, digitally collaged from medieval paintings and using the Rider Waite system.
As you grow more confident, you can invent your own intuitive spreads, examples of which will be posted over the coming weeks. I often begin with the Celtic spread to give a general overview of the issues at hand, and follow up with an intuitive spread to focus in on a specific situation where required. We began these workshops two or three years ago with a slightly challenging title – the Tarot and Transformation. Having taken on this powerful archetypal energy, others then joined in to illustrate other aspects of that image to which they felt drawn. Instead, each Major Arcana card represents a dignity all of its own: a character of great significance, a mythical component, or an event of crucial importance. All the 22 Major Arcana cards are archetypes, their meanings obvious to us all, once we're introduced to them. Several spreads are introduced, as well as the meanings of all the 78 cards and their pictures. A few weeks later it became apparent that her man was unbearably insecure and was capable of complete meltdown when things didn’t go his way.
Our goal is to free ourselves from both the desire for the safety of our past and from the demands of our unconscious, a difficult duality we all face.
Images of individual tarot cards are from the Aquatic Tarot Deck created by Andreas Schröter and are used for example purposes only with his permission.
These terminate at the circumference, making the whole something like an astrological figure of the Heavens.
A force swift and violent in action, but whose effect soon passes away, and therefore symbolised by a figure on a steed riding swiftly, and clothed in complete armour. An Emperor, whose effect is at once rapid (though not so swift as that of a king) and enduring (though not as steadfast as that of a queen). He rules the celestial Heavens from above the 20th degree of Scorpio to the first two Decans of Sagittarius and this includes a part of the constellation Hercule (who also carries a club). If ill-dignified, obstinate, revengeful, domineering, tyrannical and apt to turn suddenly against another without a cause. Round her waist is a broad belt of scale mail, narrow at the side, broad in the front and back, and having a winged tiger’s head in front. Very much affected by other influences, and therefore more dependent upon good or ill-dignity than upon most other symbols. In one hand he bears an orb of gold held downwards, and in the other a sceptre surmounted by an Orb and cross. Upon the point where the two cross is a rose of five petals, emitting white Rays, and top and bottom of card are two small daggers, supporting respectively the symbols of Luna (in horizontal position) and Libra, representing the Decan. Sacrifice and trouble yet strength arising therefrom symbolised by the position of the rose, as though the pain itself had brought forth beauty. A Marplot, loving to overthrow the happiness of others, a repeater of things, given to much unprofitable speech, and of many words, yet clever, acute, and eloquent, etc., depending on dignity. Crossed on the stem just beneath are two Dolphins, Argent and Or, on to which the water falls and from which it pours in full streams, likejets of gold and silver, into two cups, which in their turn overflow, flooding the lower part of the card.
In addition, the list in the centre offers a few more decks, (see a choice of classic decks and spreads).
One of  the exercises in the workshop was a movement sculpture, which proved to be phenomenal for all concerned.
Also, it gives many examples of symbolic and allegorical imagery within and beyond the Tarot. She wondered if the limitation had been her own thoughts – that is, that the reading gave her a reflection of her hopes, not about what was about to happen.
The Hanged Man’s Tarot card meanings typically reflect the need to abandon our practical ideas for the universal wisdom that is within each of us. In a relationship reading, The Hanged Man can indicate that you may give up a selfish ambition out of love for another person.
In contrast, The Hanged Man reversed reflects an unwillingness to surrender for the higher good. Above his Helmet, upon his cuirass, and on his shoulder pieces and buskins he bears, as a crest, a winged black Horse’s head.
She rules the Heavens from above the last Decan of Pisces to above the twentieth degree of Aries, including a part of Andromeda. His hair long and waving in serpentine whirls, and whorl figures compose the scales of his armour.
In one hand she carries a sceptre with a circular disc, in the other a Pentacle similar to that of the Ace of Pentacles. Placed in the centre at top and bottom of card are the symbols of Mercury and Sagittarius, representing the Decan.
The link will take you direct to the The Intuitive Tarot page (if you want to try a different pack, see below). This book will help you find your own intuitive way of making inspired Tarot card readings. I have seen it predict accurately on many occasions, though I usually warn against taking a reading as a certainty (given the complexity of the future, all we can do is predict possibilities), but in the reading I did for my friend, the man’s insecurities would have been there, albeit hidden.
It can also indicate that a relationship will dissolve due to the awareness that it is damaging and will most likely not meet your needs.
Selfishness and dissatisfaction have become a central theme to your perceptions and motivations.
And between it and that on the right, are twelve -- six above and six below -- about the left hand Branch.
It is the affirmation of justice, upholding Divine authority; and it may become the Sword of Wrath, Punishment and Affliction. At once violent and permanent, she is therefore symbolised by a figure standing firmly by itself, only partially draped and having but little armour.
It also is surmounted by a tiger’s head, and the same symbol forms the buckle of her scale-mail buskins. Above the central Wand is the symbb} Saturn and below it that of Leo representing the Decanate. Deception, slight success at outset, but want of energy to retain it.) Therein rule Melchel and Chahaviah.
Some people don’t like the fact that they recognise bits of paintings, separated from their original artwork. We must believe in a higher self that can transcend mundane awareness and tangible, immediate gratifications. You may be lingering in the past or you are too consumed with controlling the outcomes of your decisions. The whole is a great and Flaming Torch, symbolising force, strength, rush, vigour, energy, and it governs according to its nature various works and questions.
Yet her power existeth not save by reason of the others, and then indeed it is mighty and terrible materially, and is the Throne of the forces of the Spirit. She holds a sword in one hand and the other rests upon a small silver altar with grey smoke (no fire) ascending from it. However, for me this is one of the attractions as I can use the booklet to source the different paintings. When the Hanged Man appears upright in a Tarot spread, there is a strong suggestion that fulfillment and happiness can come from aligning oneself to the laws of the universe. Also an inclination to repetition of affronts if once pardoned, of asking questions of little moment, want of tact, often doing injury when meaning well. Perhaps, you can explore some projects that you can dedicate some free time to, which will serve others besides yourself.



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