In part 2 of the Tarot Year Card Exercise, I explore the remaining 12 cards of the Major Arcana and what they mean for you.
Using numerology and simple math, find out your Tarot Year Card with this easy and enlightening exercise!
The Five of Swords often represents the notion of winning at all costs. You might’ve won the battle, but be careful of the coming war.
The 10 of Swords is symbolic of a painful, difficult ending. It suggests betrayal – being stabbed in the back by someone you’d once trusted.
The five of pentacles is symbolic of isolation, struggle, and poverty. It can have negative meanings for a relationship, but all hope is not lost.
Today’s Card: Nine of Cups The 9 of Cups depicts a figure leaping in midair above a treasure chest. Above them, there are nine upright cups in the air. In yesterday’s post, I offered a simple tarot exercise to use…