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    ALL of the aces in tarot signify new beginnings and potential. The Ace of Pentacles in particular refers to material possessions, including career, finances, and manifestations. 2The Ace of Pentacles is a sign of new beginnings.Credit: Alamy What does the Ace of Pentacles tarot card mean? Receiving the Ace of Pentacles in a tarot card spread should provide a general...
    THE King of Swords is a symbol of intellectual power and authority and implies that one has the courage and intellect to achieve all they desire. Its presence should be celebrated and taken in heed. 2A representation of the King of SwordsCredit: Alamy What is the King of Swords tarot card meaning? The King of Swords sits atop his throne,...
    THE Nine of Cups tarot explores the ideas of gratitude, happiness, and indulgence. You are allowed to be comfortable, but becoming too comfortable can be harmful. 2The Nine of Cups tarot card shows a smiling man who is contentCredit: Alamy What is visually depicted in the Nine of Cups card? On the Nine of Cups tarot card, a...
    THE horse pictured in the Knight of Cups moves with grace, delivering a sense of peace. The meaning of this card centers around romance, imagination, creativity and action. 2The Knight of Cups card focuses on creativity, romance, and actionCredit: Alamy What is pictured in the Knight of Cups card? In a classic deck, a knight rides on a...
    OUT of the seven cups illustrated on this tarot card, only some hold the keys to happiness and peace--others pose a dangerous threat or a long journey ahead. The card symbolizes having many options to pick from, which be interpreted as a sign of abundance, or as a totally overwhelming array of choices. 1There's no way of knowing if each...
    DRAWING a Six of Cups in a tarot reading can be a sign of happy reunions to come, or a stern reminder that you need to move forward in life rather than backward. Here's what the Six of Cups tarot card means if you draw it upright or reversed, and the keywords associated with this tarot card. 1 What does...
    THE Five of Cups is known as part of the Minor Arcana tarot cards. The card can often symbolize disappointment and is known to be related to emotional baggage and instability. 2The Five of Cups is part of the Minor Arcana deckCredit: Getty What does the Five of Cups tarot card mean? When the Five of Cups card appears,...
    THE Ace of Cups is one of the 78 cards in a standard tarot card deck. The card can be found within the Minor Arcana collection. 2The Ace of Cups is one of 78 cards in a tarot deckCredit: Getty What does the Ace of Cups tarot card mean? When drawn, the Ace of Cups often resembles new...
    THE King of Wands tarot card is part of the major arcana deck, which typically means you are being asked to reflect on life lessons. Depending on which way the King of Wands is draw, it can either represent a leader and honor or indicate someone is ruthless and has high expectations. 1The King of WandsCredit: Getty What does...
    The Page of Wands tarot card shows a serene image representing multiple meanings. Those who pull the Page of Wands may have certain messages to pay attention to. 1The Page of Wands tarot card depicted in a skull style artwork What does the Page of Wands mean? In most tarot decks, the Page of Wands depicts a poised man...
    THE Knight of Wands card focuses on the pursuit of a new idea. Energy is built up inside of you and you must channel it. 2The Knight of Wands addresses the pursuit of your goalsCredit: Getty Images What does the Knight of Wands card represent? The knight symbolizes progress and pursuit. He is going after his goals and determined...
    THE Nine of Wands tarot represents the final obstacle before achieving your goal. With the resilience and determination you have already built up, powering through this challenge is your last test. 2The minor arcana card hints that your hard work will pay offCredit: Getty Images What does the upright Nine of Wands tarot mean? The upright Nine of...
    IF you see The World pop up in a tarot drawing, it's a strong indicator that a chapter of your life has reached a satisfying close, and that you've matured into an even better version of yourself. This is a particularly reassuring card to draw after times of turmoil, but you should keep an eye out for a reversal, which...
    THERE is something hidden that The Moon card is telling you to look for. The Moon tarot suggests that you are not seeing something for how it really is. 2The Moon tarot indicates there is something hidden What does the upright Moon card mean? The upright Moon tarot card encourages you to use your intuition to see beyond what's...
    EVEN though the Justice tarot card has straightforward imagery, its meanings are layered.  The scales on the card represent the balance we must find in our lives: between intuition and logic, or between hope and caution.  1The Justice card represents balance, truth, cause and effect, fairness and the law The sword visible on the card reminds us that justice must...
    TAROT cards date back to the mid-15th century and are known for providing insight into the past, present or future. Among those cards is The Emperor which is pictured sitting on a ram-adorned throne with an ankh scepter in his right hand and a globe in his left. 2The Emperor is a symbol of hard work, discipline and self control...
    Adobe I was planning on writing a standard column this week, one with questions about jobs or relationships for the new year, but then last Wednesday, I watched a group of terrorists climb walls and push through barricades around the Capitol building. I saw them breaking windows, pushing through doors, and then watched them enter the Senate chambers, curiously exploring...
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