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Featured Card of the Day – 9 of Wands – Considerate Cat Tarot by Madeleine Illustration

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Artist: Madeleine Belanger

Website: http://www.consideratecat.com

Keywords

Toughness, Agression

Card Meaning

You might be feeling overwhelmed by something. Take a break and try again later. It is not a failure, you just need to approach it from a different angle at another time.

Featured Card of the Day – The Tower – Considerate Cat Tarot by Madeleine Illustration

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Artist: Madeleine Belanger

Website: http://www.consideratecat.com

Keywords

Turmoil, Adversity, Disaster

Card Meaning

Things are not great right now, but this too shall pass. Try to navigate your friendships and make sure you’re trusting the right people.

Featured Card of the Day – Ace of Swords – Paulina Tarot by Paulina Cassidy

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Triumph, justice, victory, honesty, using your intellect, seeing through illusions, resolving a situation, clear understanding, doing what is right.

Reversed: obstacles, confusion, destruction, caution with use of power.

Artist: Paulina Cassidy

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Featured Card of the Day – The High Priestess – New Babylonian Tarot by Roxana Paul

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Artist: Roxana Paul

Website: http://www.roxanapaul.com

Artist Interpretation

A beautifully jeweled woman in a blue dress sits on a throne decorated with bullheads in front of the temple entrance. She holds a cuneiform in her lap, and the four cuneiforms lie on the floor at her feet, symbolizing knowledge. The frescoes on the wall behind her replicate pictures from the famous Ishtar Gate. She is Inanna (later Ishtar) whose name in Sumerian meant “Lady of Haven.”

Inanna was the ancient Sumerian goddess of love, fertility, and also of war. She was the daughter of Enki, the god of wisdom and magic, and the twin sister of the sun god Utu- Shamash. According to the legend, Inanna brought knowledge and culture to the Sumerian city of Uruk after taking it from Enki while he was drunk. She even descended to the underworld to gain new experience. In the time when religion was science, only priests and priestess obtained and kept knowledge, and Inanna supposed to be the High Priestess.

Card Meaning

The High Priestess typifies wisdom, knowledge, and awareness. She is a wise woman, full of modesty and discretion. The High Priestess is eminently secretive, mysterious, and intuitive woman. Understanding all things, she expresses her knowledge selectively. Applying intuition, being open to the imagination and seeking guidance from within, the she trusts the inner voice to understand and estimate possibilities.

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Featured Card of the Day – King of Cups – New Babylonian Tarot by Roxana Paul

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Artist: Roxana Paul

Website: http://www.roxanapaul.com

Keywords

Emotional influence, broad mind. Being charming and likable, accepting the limitations of people.

Artist Interpretation

King of Cups is a wise, emotionally stable, and tolerant person. He cares about others and responds to their emotional impulses. King of Cups tends to rely on persuasion rather than royal power. His real power is based on an understanding of his people’s feelings and needs. The most significant elements of this card are the following:
– feeling compassion;
– accepting limitations of others;
– being patient;
– having influence.

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Featured Card of the Day – 4 of Wands – New Babylonian Tarot by Roxana Paul

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Artist: Roxana Paul

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Keywords

Triumph, happiness. Experiencing a success, escaping difficulties.

Artist Interpretation

Two figures, a woman, and man stand in the alley in front of the Ishtar Gate. The four giant mands above them are decorated with fruit wreaths, underlining an atmosphere of celebration. The pair in the picture looks cheerful and happy. The sun shines through the clouds above them, saturating the picture with vibrant and vivid colors.

Card Meaning

Four of Wands represents situations of excitement and celebration, reunion in personal life or a fruitful partnership in business. It is time to enjoy advantages of prosperous life. The notable features of this card include:
– anticipating success;
– receiving a reward;
– experiencing happiness;
– feeling delighted.

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Featured Card of the Day – 3 of Wands – New Babylonian Tarot by Roxana Paul

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Artist: Roxana Paul

Website: http://www.roxanapaul.com

Keywords

Exploration, experiment. Looking for more fabulous possibilities, taking a role.

Artist Interpretation

A man stands on the seashore and looks out over the see where the ships sail away. There are three wands stuck in the sand near him. A spectator can see the man from behind and only rich garments and a golden helmet reveals his high social status. The man seems as if he thinks of sea travel, looking for new experience. The picture on the card naturally creates a sense of depth, almost the 3D effect.

Card Meaning

Three of Wands represents efforts within a new experience, anticipating probable obstacles, and planning. Sometimes it may be travel to explore the unknown. The most significant elements of this card are the following:
– traversing a new path;
– estimating prospects;
– planning future actions;
– being prepared to overcome obstacles.

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