Interpreting the Tarot, Major Arcana

   

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These are what I see as the root definitions for each card after reading for many people over many years. As a Reader it is imperative to phrase things in a way that is gentle, kind, and helpful to the client. There are many ways to deliver a message.

5 responses to “Interpreting the Tarot, Major Arcana”

  1. johncoyote Avatar
    johncoyote

    I was given a old desk of Tarot card 50 years ago. I still have dear Brigid. Hand painted cards. Once I tried to give away to a Tarot card reader. She wouldn’t accept. She told me. They belong to me. I liked the information shared.

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    1. brigidfaye Avatar
      brigidfaye

      I’m going to work on defining the Minor Arcana soon, it would be a shame to let the cards sit without being read. I hope you learn πŸ™‚

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      1. johncoyote Avatar
        johncoyote

        I can read them dear Brigid. I want to know more. I want to understand the movement of cards. The combine meanings. I need time. Time is hard to find sometime. I like to learn more. Like your description. I did like.

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      2. brigidfaye Avatar
        brigidfaye

        I’d be willing to give you a reading/lesson sometime πŸ™‚ My number is on my contact page if you want to move in that direction. I’ve been reading quite a bit for over a decade and each reading the meanings of the cards and combos become more clear to me.

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      3. johncoyote Avatar
        johncoyote

        Okay dear Brigid. I will add the page to favorite. I have the grandchildren for another week. Their mama is in Honduras. I would like this.

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